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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.
As of Sunday morning, the Rutgers baseball team had not won a game. The Scarlet Knights started off the season with six straight losses after two games into the Old Dominion series.The games have been close.
Sophomore outfielder Tom Marcinczyk led Rutgers with three runs batted in and two runs in the Old Dominion series finale win.
Time goes by fairly slow in two weeks.But, after waiting 266 days to play its first game of the season, the Rutgers baseball team can wait a little longer to play game five Friday against Old Dominion.
Head coach Joe Litterio brings his side into the weekend hoping for its first series win of the season against North Florida.
The season has not gone the way that the Rutgers baseball team expected and wanted it to.The Scarlet Knights dropped their opening series against then-No.
Senior first baseman Joe D'Annunzio said Rutgers underperformed in its weekend series against then-No. 9 Miami. The Knights return to action Friday at Old Dominion.
There’s only one word head coach Joe Litterio could use to describe the Rutgers baseball team’s weekend in Miami – disappointing.
Head Coach Joe Litterio admitted he was disappointed in the Knights performance during their weekend series in Miami. Rutgers lost all four games against the Hurricanes culminating in a 25-4 defeat.
Most people on the Rutgers baseball team agreed on how great of a place Miami is.After all, snow covers the ground in New Jersey, ice blankets the sidewalks and frigid air leaves your fingers numb if exposed long enough.
April 2013 | Head Coach Joe Litterio's team begins the season in Miami this weekend with a four-game series at the U. The Knights are ranked as high as No. 9 in the country according to Baseball America.
Sitting with Director of Baseball Operations Glen Gardner before the Rutgers baseball team took to practice inside the indoor practice bubble outside of High Point Solutions Stadium, the man affectionately known as “Beef” had plenty of good things to say in his 15 minutes of downtime.In his 25 years at Rutgers — his first 18 as a hitting coach under former head coach Fred Hill and the last seven in his current role — Beef admits to rarely being wrong.
Senior Vinny Zarillo returns as one of Rutgers' three captains. He brings back a team-high 43 RBI and second-best .328 batting average.
Last season there was only one certainty with the Rutgers baseball team’s pitching staff. It was that then-sophomore left hander Howie Brey was going to make an impact on the mound.
Following more than 37 years of collegiate level coaching and 1,089 total wins to Fred Hill’s name, it’s no surprise that the retired Rutgers head baseball coach is still being celebrated.
Retired head coach Fred Hill registered 941 wins and 11 NCAA appearances in 30 seasons with the Rutgers baseball team.
It really is rare to see a season as productive as the one that senior shortstop Pat Sweeney is having for the Rutgers baseball team. What is perhaps even more impressive about Sweeney’s season is the improvement he has had from a season ago, which was enough for assistant coach Tim Reilly to say that Sweeney was eligible for the most improved player in the nation.
Rutgers University Dance Marathon: The 16th annual Rutgers University Dance Marathon saw the unswerving energy of more than 800 dancers and 1,200 participants who stood on their feet for 30 straight hours starting on April 5 until the evening of April 6. This year’s RUDM raised $622,533.98 for the Embrace Kids Foundation, surpassing last year’s record of $503,641.77.
With the addition of a midweek game that stemmed from two cancellations from the excess proportions of rain in Piscataway during the week, the Rutgers baseball team made up for the lost time. After the Villanova and Monmouth games were cancelled Tuesday and Wednesday, the Scarlet Knights picked up a game yesterday against Iona, marking the third time the two teams have played.
Senior shortstop Pat Sweeney finished yesterday’s game with three runs batted in and crossed the plate twice after going 3-for-3 at the plate.