Jess and Lily are joined by Mike Cahill to talk about which baseball stats are really important, Marist baseball’s somewhat rocky start, and what they needed to do to make a strong playoff run, on this episode of Center Field’s Hypothetically.
The class of 2020 had everything uprooted in an instant. The baseball team’s seniors reflect on their legacy in the wake of a canceled season.
Connor Kurpat “sits down” with Marist baseball catcher, Gene Napolitano, to discuss the abrupt conclusion to their young season, how to prep over a now elongated offseason, and more.
Ben Luderer died last month at age 30 due to complications from the coronavirus. Nick Stanziale spoke with those who knew him in an effort to remember their teammate, coach, and loved one.
An inside look at Tyler Kapuscinski’s baseball journal and how it helps him throughout the season.
It was just another June day for former Marist athlete Jon Schwind when his phone…
Marist Baseball’s Frankie Gregoire has been a focal point of the Red Foxes’ recent success throughout his four years in Poughkeepsie. But just how does the senior continue to show why he’s one of Marist’s elite hitters? Frankie’s answer just might be, “MLB The Show.”
A postgame write up never said, “Alex Marinelli was up at midnight catching for the Marist pitchers before their shutout,” or “The win came from Alex Marinelli helping a pitcher talk through a bad start last night,” but that’s fine with Alex. He came to terms with his unsung hero role, knowing the positive impact he was having on the team.
“My goals are team-oriented,” Randy said. “If my batting average is something that I don’t like, I’m going to press myself and want to get a hit, instead of me focusing on getting on base for the team. I think when you look at stats, for me, you get self-centered.”
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