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The outing went as good as it could have gone for sophomore right-hander Gaby Rosa. In his long awaited return to the rotation after the experiment of playing him as an everyday fielder, Rosa did not disappoint.It would have gone better, but Ohio State left-hander Ryan Riga stood in the way for the Rutgers baseball team and Rosa.
Sophomore right-hander Gaby Rosa fires a pitch March 29 at Bainton Field. Rosa went seven innings surrendering only two hit and one earned run in the 1-0 loss to Ohio State.
Closer Trace Dempsey is about as sure a thing as any for the Ohio State baseball team during his four years in Columbus.
Following an experimental period where he was used sparingly as a pitcher and utilized for his bat, sophomore Gaby Rosa returns to the mound as the No. 2 starter in the Knights first Big Ten homestand.
After a slow start to the beginning of the season, the Rutgers baseball team is streaking—and this time, in a good way.
When senior first baseman Joe D’Annunzio came to bat in the fifth inning, he was probably unaware of the rally he was about to start for the Rutgers baseball team.
Senior left fielder Vinny Zarrillo helped the Knights play small ball in the 9-3 win over in-state foe Rider. He laid down a bunt for a single in the fifth inning to load the bases for Rutgers en route to a five-run rally, extending the team's home winning streak to 16.
Despite being outhit by NJIT, 10-8, sophomore right fielder Tom Marcinczyk and the Knights stepped up with timely hitting in key situations to hold off the Highlanders, 5-3, March 24 at Bainton Field.
The Rutgers baseball team extended the second-longest active home win streak Tuesday when they faced NJIT Tuesday at Bainton Field.It was only the second home game of the season for the Scarlet Knights, but, despite being outhit 10-8, they won the matchup 5-3.
It took the Rutgers Football team nearly half of their season to win their first game against the Big Ten as a member of its new conference.
Sophomore Gaby Rosa will continue to see time at the plate, but his three-hitter Sunday at Purdue proved his worth on the mound for Rutgers.
The bats woke up for the Rutgers baseball team against Iona and the pitching staff followed through as well.
Freshman right-hander John O'Reilly runs through his windup and deliver a pitch on March 11 at Bainton Field. Rutgers defeated Iona, 12-3, to earn its second victory in 11 games.
It’s no secret that the Rutgers baseball team is enduring struggles to start the season.Beginning 2015 losing nine out of the first 10 games was not exactly the plan for the Scarlet Knights.
While a majority of the at bats were a struggle over the weekend, sophomore outfielder Tom Marcinczyk went 3-for-9 with three RBI over the three games at FAU.
Things did not go as planned for the Rutgers baseball team this past weekend in the series against No.
The bats finally woke up for the Rutgers baseball team this past weekend against Old Dominion. It may have taken six games for it to happen, but the Scarlet Knights were able to combine effective pitching with timely hitting.Now, they need to duplicate that performance and continue to support the starting pitcher, head coach Joe Litterio said.
Junior right-handed reliever Reed Shuttle looks to rebound from his last appearance on the bump against then-No. 9 Miami this weekend against Florida Atlantic.
Glen Gardner struck out only two times in his life, and it was not on a baseball diamond.But before the man who came to be known as "Beef" was selected by the Atlanta Braves in the 1988 Major League Baseball Draft out of Rutgers, Gardner began his story with what felt as good as a standup triple.