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The Rutgers baseball team is attempting to improve its roster despite the ongoing coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic. On Friday, head coach Steve Owens welcomed the addition of graduate transfer left-handed pitcher Ben Wereski, who was named an Honorable Mention All-Ivy League selection in 2019. Wereski is set to join the Scarlet Knights in the fall.
As the world looks to fight the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), professional sports leagues are looking for ways to make up for time lost due to the pandemic. MLB and its commissioner Rob Manfred are proposing radical changes to scheduling and travel for the 30 teams in the league.
The Rutgers baseball team traveled to Virginia over the weekend to take on Old Dominion in a three-game series. The Scarlet Knights (5-9) dropped all three games against the Monarchs (12-2), who have now won 8 of their last 9 games.
The Rutgers baseball team packed its bags and headed to Peoria, Arizona, over the weekend for a three-game slate with Washington State before returning home for a contest with Saint Peter’s yesterday.
Over the weekend, the Rutgers baseball team swept North Florida, outscoring the Ospreys (2-5) 37-13 in a three-game series.
The Rutgers baseball team started off its season with a three-game series against Miami in Coral Gables, Florida, over the weekend. It was unable to capture a win against its opponent, dropping to an 0-3 mark in the process to open up this year’s campaign.
In the 2019 season, the Rutgers baseball team finished the year with a record of 20-31 overall and 9-14 in the Big Ten. Losing 6 of their final 7 games played, the Scarlet Knights capped off their fifth-straight nonwinning season with a sweep at the hands of No. 21 Indiana, a school that had come into the series 14 games more than .500.
The Rutgers baseball team had a 2019 regular season that was unanticipated to most, to say the absolute least.
The Rutgers baseball team was eager to get back on track after being on the receiving end of a clean sweep against Michigan on the road this past weekend. The Scarlet Knights (18-24, 7-8) were able to emerge victorious against Rider, hanging on to win 5-4.
The Rutgers baseball team knows that it will be in for a tough battle when it travels to Ann Arbor, Michigan this weekend. But, the task at hand over the last two days featured Columbia on Tuesday, and Iona on Wednesday in contests that won’t affect its place in the Big Ten Standings.
Despite losing its five-game winning streak to Hofstra on Wednesday, the Rutgers baseball team entered this past weekend's series against Purdue in a battle for possession of one spot in the Big Ten Tournament.
The Rutgers baseball team didn’t need the sun to feel great as it was coming in fresh off a five-game winning streak and looked to continue the positive vibes. To hit six wins in a row, it rested on the arm of true freshman left-handed pitcher Jared Bellissimo as the Scarlet Knights (13-20, 5-4) were set to take on Hofstra.
The Rutgers baseball team achieved its first sweep in a Big Ten series since joining the conference back in 2015, when it won its three-game series over Michigan State (8-25, 0-8). The Scarlet Knights (13-19, 5-4) improved to 5-4 in the conference, which is good enough for sole possession of eighth place.
Fresh off a victory over Iowa, the Rutgers baseball team traveled to Easton, Pennsylvania to take on Lafayette, a team with a record slightly better than the Scarlet Knights (10-19, 2-4).
The Rutgers baseball team went on the road to Iowa City, Iowa to take on an Iowa team who had just swept then-No. 23 Illinois. The Scarlet Knights (9-19, 2-4) lost 2 of 3 in the Midwest.
Senior infielder Carmen Sclafani had a day, and in the end, that was the difference maker, as the Rutgers baseball team defeated Wagner 11-10.
The start of the Big Ten season for the Rutgers baseball team took place on Friday afternoon at Bainton Field. After playing 19 of their first 21 games on the road, the Scarlet Knights (7-17, 1-2) were set for a weekend home stand against Ohio State.
Two streaks came to an end on Tuesday as the Rutgers baseball team outlasted Stony Brook 6-5 in only their second home game of the season. The Scarlet Knights (6-15) ended their four-game losing streak with the win and ended the Seawolves' (11-8, 3-0) eight-game winning streak, the second longest in the nation.
Rutgers built an early 6-0 lead off the contact hitting of freshman infielder Tim Dezzi and the power hitting of freshman outfielder Victor Valderrama, as he hit a 3-run homer in the third, putting the Knights in cruise control.
Coming off a weekend in which it won 2 of 3 in New Orleans at the Allstate Sugar Bowl Baseball Classic, the Rutgers baseball team faltered in a place it won 2 of 3 last year.
After being swept in Miami two weekends ago, the Rutgers baseball team was seeking its first win of the season in New Orleans at the Allstate Sugar Bowl Baseball Classic at Maestri Field.