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Just past the left field wall of the baseball field named after him, Ron Bainton reflected on how far Rutgers Athletics has come in the past decade. Bainton contributed the largest single cash gift from a living donor in Rutgers Athletics history in a $1.25 million donation with his brother, Pat, to the Rutgers baseball program for its FieldTurf installation in 2007. Now on a late October afternoon in 2015, he stood at the podium with chancellor Richard Edwards, head baseball coach Joe Litterio and athletic director Julie Hermann to his right. Sporting a Rutgers baseball windbreaker with the scarlet noticeably faded, Bainton promised he would wear the throwback jacket until plans to build an indoor facility were finally put into motion.Saturday afternoon, he could hang it up on his coat rack for good. Rutgers took the first step in its construction of the first major athletics facility in seven years with a groundbreaking ceremony for the Fred Hill Indoor Training Facility.
“It’s a big day, especially because this was a Rutgers all-in," Hermann told reporters after the ceremony.
Almost 17 years ago, a star was born.A 12-year-old boy won the hearts of his state and the nation with an outstanding performance in the Little League World Series. The camera never seemed far from his smiling, freckled-face and it was his joy in playing the game that drew people to him. In the championship game
In just three years at Rutgers, Todd Frazier shattered records. As a shortstop, Frazier hit .347 for his career and still stands today as the program's all-time home runs leader with 42. After Monday night's Home Run Derby, where he stole the show with 39 dingers, Frazier ascended his status as Home Run King of Major League Baseball.
The Major League Baseball season began at the beginning of April and still has a way to go for postseason implications to matter for each team.
Senior first baseman Joe D'Annunzio says that capitalizing on scoring opportunities will be crucial for the team's success against the Nittany Lions in the weekend series, May 1-3.
The issues piled up for the Rutgers baseball team Wednesday against Villanova when the team traveled to Plymouth Meeting, Pennsylvania.The Scarlet Knights had previously won five out of the last five games against the Wildcats and sought to keep the streak going against their former Big East Conference rival –– but that didn’t happen.The Knights (15-28-1, 5-10) dropped their only midweek series between the Seton Hall series and the Penn State series.
Freshman third baseman Milo Freeman reached base four times, going 2-for-2 with a solo home run and two walks in Rutgers' 16-5 loss to Seton Hall on April 26 at TD Bank Ballpark.
SOMERSET, N.J. — Things did not go as planned for the Rutgers baseball team in the final game of its three-game series against Seton Hall this past weekend.After winning the opening game of the rivalry series 3-2 at Seton Hall and winning a 4-2 ballgame in the second battle at Bainton Field Saturday, the Scarlet Knights clinched the series and headed to TD Bank Ballpark on Sunday looking to crack the brooms out for a sweep.With a shortened outing from struggling sophomore right-hander Gaby Rosa and a lack of scoring late in the game, the Knights (15-27-1, 5-10) dropped the closing game of the series, 16-5, against the Pirates (20-17).Rosa didn't reach the third inning, setting the bar for his shortest outing of the season.
Before practice on Thursday at Bainton Field, the Rutgers baseball team was debating who the better team was this season — the New York Mets or the New York Yankees.The hotbed of the discussion stemmed from the Mets winning 10th game in a row while the Yankees were coming off of a 13-4 win over the Tigers on Wednesday.Junior left-hander Howie Brey, a devout Mets fan, argued with senior first baseman Joe D’Annunzio, a die-hard Yankees fan, for 20 minutes before practice until head coach Joe Litterio had enough.“Go out to left field to talk about that kind of stuff,” Litterio said, annoyed while preparing practice plans in the dugout on the first base side. That demand from the skipper only relocated the conversation, but it did not end it.
When the Rutgers baseball team wrapped up its final game of the weekend series against Michigan State, there was a sense of urgency.In ninth place of the conference, the Scarlet Knights were on the bubble of the Big Ten Tournament and needed a good series to become postseason eligible. After a sweep at the hands of the Spartans, head coach Joe Litterio lit a fire under his team with a message of winning midweek games made clear.Rutgers wanted momentum heading into its conference series in two weeks against Penn State and that’s exactly what true freshman pitcher John O’Reilly gave the Knights on the mound Tuesday in the 7-1 win against Wagner.O’Reilly went seven innings for the Knights (13-26-1, 5-10) and held the Seahawks scoreless in his outing.
Freshman right-hander John O'Reilly tosses a pitch on April 21 at Bainton Field against Wagner. He scattered six hits and struck out five in seven shutout innings to improve to a team-best 4-1 on the season.
The Rutgers baseball team did not accomplish many of the things that it wanted to heading into its Big Ten series against Michigan State this past weekend.After being swept by the Spartans 10-4, 15-7 and 6-2, the Scarlet Knights could not find much to chew on in terms of a silver lining.
Jon Young was ready to quit the Rutgers baseball team over winter break and before the start of his senior season.
Head coach Joe Litterio implores his team to take advantage of their conference bye this week to gain momentum for their next Big Ten series. The Knights take on Wagner, St. Peter's and Seton Hall this week in the absence of a Big Ten opponent.
Senior right-handed reliever Jon Young started a fundraiser in honor of his mother. For every scoreless inning he throws, Young and a group of supporters donate $10 to the Jimmy V Foundation for Cancer Research.
Andrew Young, older brother of Jon Young, supports his brother in as many games as he can make. Their bond strengthened after the loss of both of their parents.
The Rutgers baseball team sat in ninth place in the Big Ten Conference standings heading into this past weekend.With only eight teams eligible to make the Big Ten Tournament, Michigan State was the team sitting in the last spot of the conference keeping the Scarlet Knights on the bubble.
Sophomore Gaby Rosa gave up five earned runs and seven hits in his start against Michigan State, but both head coach Joe Litterio and Rosa believe the sophomore has made improvements.
With 13 teams in the conference, only eight of them qualify for the Big Ten Tournament.The Rutgers baseball team currently sits in the ninth spot in the conference after failing to capitalize on last weekend’s conference game against Indiana.
Junior left-handed hurler Howie Brey is looking to bounce back against Michigan State after having a rough outing in the series with Indiana where the Knights were swept.