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There was growing concern that Marist was only able to develop “Quadruple A” players, meaning that they produced players that were talented enough to get drafted, but not good enough to stick professionally. That was until September 9, 2016, when Kevin McCarthy toed the rubber for the first time as a pitcher for the Kansas City Royals.
The Marist baseball season has been filled with walk-off wins and thrilling victories. Wednesday’s game…
About 20 feet. That’s how close Marist’s baseball team came to more late game heroics. On a warmer day or with the wind blowing out, Frankie Gregoire’s deep shot to right center could have carried over the wall for a game tying home run in the ninth inning.
Kocinski finished things off with some late-inning heroics—but he couldn’t do the job alone.
“It is the one year anniversary of my grandfather’s death. He was with me in the box right there,” Kocinski said. “I looked up during my last at bat and thought ‘help me out here, help the guys out.’ And that’s exactly what happened.”
Charlie Jerla and Conor McNamara would take the hill for the Red Foxes Saturday afternoon.
Matt Rubayo slid into home in the bottom of the 11th inning, beating catcher Drew Holtgrieve’s tag and capping off the Red Foxes’ second walk off victory this year.
From beyond the grave, James J. McCann continues to perpetuate Marist Athletics through his foundation, the James J. McCann Charitable Trust.
The threat of rain could not stop the Marist baseball team from their third straight…
Marist baseball defeated Monmouth in the rubber match of a three game series on Sunday afternoon thanks to a Randy Taveras walk-off single.