Over Colby’s spring break, the baseball team will travel down to Auburndale, Fl. for a full week of baseball to kick off their season.
The Baseball Writers Association of America (BBWAA) will release Hall of Fame voting results early next January. The release of the results always causes serious hubbub, and deservedly so; baseball is, by nature, a game heavily rooted in its past. Honoring that past is an important and worthwhile task.
Colby men’s baseball scored a huge pair of wins last Saturday over Tufts University, and came into the week riding a wave of momentum.
Colby turned its streak around with a pair of huge wins against Tufts.
The Colby baseball team cobbled together a solid week to push its record back in a positive direction after a tough series with Trinity College the weekend before.
After a busy 12-game road trip to Fort Myers, Fla., the Colby men’s baseball team returned home to Coombs Field this weekend to play its home opener in a series against Trinity College.
Sometimes, in order to understand how much you have lost, it is necessary to win it all.
Whether you’ve realized it or not—and you probably haven’t—this World Series has been (forgive the tired word) epic.
As the 2010 MLB season came to an end, I closed my eyes and looked to the heavens. I was officially the champion of our fantasy baseball league.
On Tuesday, April 19 the Colby College Mules traveled to Orono, Maine and put forth a strong effort against Division I University of Maine but fell 4-2.
The men’s baseball team bounced back this week with four huge wins. Colby is now 10-10 overall, and 0-3 in the New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) East.
The Colby College men’s baseball team came up with an impressive 9-2 win in its season home opener against the University of Maine at Farmington (UMF).
It would be easy to look at the 2010 baseball campaign, lump it together with other disappointing seasons of the past and throw it into the abyss of Colby's sporting annals.
Hall of Fame catcher Yogi Berra, often quoted for his inaccurate yet oddly philosophical statements once said, “Baseball is 90 percent mental and the other half is physical.” Berra’s math, although quite flawed, resonates with the baseball player and fan.
Here in Waterville, Maine, we have embraced being part of the great Northeastern wilderness. We take pride in our Outing and Woodsmen’s clubs, drive through blizzards to ski at Sugarloaf and even boast that our campus sits at the end of civilization. Having said that, sometimes we forget just how big Maine is.