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Baseball splits with Dartmouth

April 27, 2006 • 0
In the span of a single inning, the Yale baseball team saw its hopes for the postseason slim down to a single prayer. With a three-spot in the bottom of the fifth frame, Dartmouth (17-16, 11-5 Ivy) took a lead that it would hold for the rest of the first game, and the Bulldogs (25-16, »
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Doyle ’07 earns split in 12th inning

April 24, 2006 • 0
With the Ivy League season rapidly drawing to a close, the baseball team wanted to leave everything on the field this weekend. Unfortunately, Mother Nature just wouldn’t let them get it done. The Bulldogs (24-15, 9-5 Ivy) split Saturday’s doubleheader with the Dartmouth Big Green (15-15, 10-4), but heavy rain forced a postponement of Sunday’s »
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Baseball to take on Dartmouth

April 21, 2006 • 0
As the baseball team heads into another crucial four-game series, hopes for an Ivy League championship are still very much alive. The Bulldogs (23-14, 8-4 Ivy) will make the trek up to New Hampshire to take on Dartmouth (14-14, 9-3) in a pair of doubleheaders this weekend. The Big Green currently lead the Elis by »
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Elis win a pair against Harvard

April 17, 2006 • 0
In a weekend of gritty, hard-fought baseball games, only a single bizarre play separated the Bulldogs from being at eye level with the rival Harvard Crimson. Yale (21-14, 8-4 Ivy) forced a split in the four-game doubleheader, leaving the weekend trailing Harvard (14-13-1, 9-3) in the standings with only two weeks to go in the »
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Elis sweep Pioneers in doubleheader

April 13, 2006 • 0
With a flick of his bat in the day game, John Janco ’06 brought home the only run the Bulldogs would need. Yale’s (19-12, 6-2 Ivy) baseball team rode impressive pitching performances from two unlikely starters to a two-game sweep of Sacred Heart (13-18) on Wednesday at Yale Field. Mike Elias ’06 started the first »
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Baseball splits with Princeton

April 11, 2006 • 0
Despite tough competition, the Yale baseball team is doing everything in its power to stay in contention for the Ivy League championship. Yale (17-12, 6-2 Ivy) split a doubleheader with Princeton on Monday at Yale Field, moving into a tie with Dartmouth for third place in the Red Rolfe division, despite being only one game »
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Elis sweep doubleheader against Cornell

April 10, 2006 • 0
With enthusiasm, determination and dominance, the baseball team took another big step on the trail to the Ivy League crown. The Bulldogs (16-11, 5-1 Ivy), swept a doubleheader against the Cornell Big Red (5-13, 1-3) yesterday at Yale Field, keeping pace with Harvard and Brown for the lead in the Ivy League. The Elis won, »
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April 7, 2006 • 0
Though the Yale baseball team has certainly showcased depth in its non-conference games, its sharpness of play leaves a bit to be desired. In their usual Wednesday fashion, the Bulldogs (14-11, 3-1 Ivy) sent nine pitchers to the mound in an effort to get work for the young members of the bullpen. Concentration on both »
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Love of MLB leads to long, painful path

April 6, 2006 • 0
It’s probably unfortunate, having entered this phase at age 18. Most kids gave up on being involved in baseball when they didn’t get that Ken Griffey Jr. rookie card in that $5 pack, and went on to become aspiring astronauts, veterinarians, and doctors, in that order. But do most kids wake up in the middle »
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Elis post a strong Ivy start

April 3, 2006 • 0
With three important wins this weekend on the road against Ivy League competitors Penn and Columbia, the Yale baseball team has much to be proud of. The Bulldogs (14-10, 3-1 Ivy) kicked off their Ivy League season with an impressive road trip. The first stop of the weekend was at Columbia (6-19, 4-4), where the »
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Elis face first Ivy challenges

March 31, 2006 • 0
Seven months of intense preparation have built up to this coming weekend. The Yale baseball team is ready for the challenge. On Friday, the Bulldogs (11-9, 0-0 Ivy) will travel to New York to face Columbia for their first Ivy League match of the season, a doubleheader with great importance to Yale’s championship hopes. The »
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Elis narrowly fall to Huskies

March 30, 2006 • 0
For the Yale baseball team, all systems are ready for the opening of Ivy League play this weekend. The Bulldogs have proven they can hit, field and pitch with the best teams in their division, and they have little left to prove outside of the Ancient Eight. In their last tune-up before facing Penn and »