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Beyond the Scoreboard: Loyalty, Loyalty, Loyalty

Beyond the Scoreboard: Loyalty, Loyalty, Loyalty

February 13, 2019

Loyalty in the NBA between franchise and star players seems simple enough, yet recent examples tell a different story.

Free Agent Frenzy

November 14, 2018

This year's MLB free agent class ranks among the greatest in the history of the league. Where will some of baseball's best reside in 2019?

Overtime: On Ohtani vs. Andujar

Overtime: On Ohtani vs. Andujar

November 7, 2018

The AL Rookie of the Year race between Shohei Ohtani and Miguel Andujar shouldn't be a discussion.

I Love Baseball, But I Don’t Have All Night

I Love Baseball, But I Don’t Have All Night

October 24, 2018

By Brendan O'Connell This year’s MLB postseason action will end with either the Boston Red Sox or the Los Angeles Dodgers hoisting the World Series trophy this week, and it will conclude what has been a month of terrific theate...

Yankees: Early Exit or Threat?

September 19, 2018

By Max Fernandez The New York Yankees, the Bronx Bombers, call them anything you’d like, have had a pretty impressive season, even with the injuries of some of their stars like Gregorius, Aaron Judge and Gary Sanchez. But they’re ...

Baseball’s Bats Go Quiet Against George Washington

Baseball’s Bats Go Quiet Against George Washington

April 25, 2018

By Jack McLoone I guess I am a jinx. After running the headline, “Baseball Improves to 6-0 in Three-Game Series” last week, Fordham Baseball lost two of three to the George Washington Colonials over the weekend (note...

Early Season Breakouts

Early Season Breakouts

April 25, 2018

By Evan Biancardi We’re roughly one month into the Major League Baseball regular season, and while there haven’t been too many surprises thus far, it’s quite shocking to see the Mets, Pirates and Diamondbacks atop the National...

Small Sample Size Shockers

Small Sample Size Shockers

April 11, 2018

By Evan Biancardi The season is still young, but it’s not too early to dissect players’ small sample sizes. For some, their unusual start to 2018 may only be a streak, but for others, it could be an indicator for what to expect in ...

Overtime: In Defense of Spring Training’s Only-Kinda-Baseball

Overtime: In Defense of Spring Training’s Only-Kinda-Baseball

March 21, 2018

By Jack McLoone Spring training is mostly a farce, a lamb in fully-grown sheep’s clothing. It’s an exercise in confirmation bias, mostly. Oh, Ronald Acuna is hitting the ball a mile? Well, that makes sense considering he’s t...

Fordham Baseball Takes Two Out of Three from Cornell

Fordham Baseball Takes Two Out of Three from Cornell

March 21, 2018

By Jack McLoone It was a long, cold start to the first home series for Fordham Baseball. The Rams welcomed the Cornell Big Red to Houlihan Park on Saturday for a doubleheader and a rubber game on Sunday. The Rams s...

Mets Looking Up?

Mets Looking Up?

March 21, 2018

By Evan Biancardi The Mets would certainly like to forget about 2017. After watching stars like Noah Syndergaard, Yoenis Cespedes and Michael Conforto hit the DL early and often, the Mets fell to fourth place in the ...

Here Come the Yankees

Here Come the Yankees

March 14, 2018

By Joseph Esposito The New York Yankees have always been the team to beat; dominating baseball with 27 world championships. Notorious for spending big money to buy the best players, they have been despised b...

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