A year ago, high school baseball coaches in New York had to contend with a rule change regulating pitch counts and mandated rest based on them.
The name stretches back more than a century, but in a new travel baseball tournament, area fans will get to see a wide-ranging group of young baseball players this weekend.
Baseball may be well on its way to becoming a regional sport, where watching your home team overtakes whatever the hot national storyline happens to be.
ALLEGANY — In a pitcher’s duel with Salamanca’s Shawn Bacelli, Fillmore’s Graham Cahill emerged with a no-hitter and a bid in the District 2 Little League 10-12-year-old baseball championship.
(Editor’s note: This is the first in a two-part column series on the NCAA baseball champion Florida Gators. Today’s column features the career of UF assistant coach Brad Weitzel, a Salamanca n…
CHAFFEE — Breaking out with 11 runs in the seventh inning, Salamanca clinched a chance at the District 2 Little League 10-12-year-old baseball regionals Monday.
Before Mike Trout was a two-time American League MVP by age 25, he was a 16-year-old from Millville, N.J., trying to make a name for himself. Olean Oilers coach Jay Weitzel remembers it quite well.
How do you make a baseball hall of fame without ever playing the sport competitively?
JAMESTOWN — The senior all-stars from CCAA Div. I East made Mike Matz’s job easy Wednesday night, just as he expected.
SALAMANCA — To set themselves apart among athletes at Salamanca High School, Michael Collins and Meagan Martin didn’t just stand out in one sport per season.
After a 7-7 regular season, the Randolph baseball team was seeded sixth in Section 6 Class C-2 entering the 2017 playoffs.
FRANKLINVILLE — Two Big 30 baseball coaches took distinct approaches to the new pitch count regulations on New York schools Monday night to varying results.
PORTVILLE — Adam Wray kept the Salamanca baseball offense in check Friday afternoon, as the Portville pitcher struck out 12 in a six-inning two-hitter.
ELLICOTTVILLE — Tuesday in Falconer, the Ellicottville baseball team took a 6-5 lead into the bottom of the fifth inning but quickly lost control in a 16-7 loss. A day later in the same inning…
Some fresh faces and new names populate the pitching-catching battery, indicating a transition period for the Cattaraugus-Little Valley baseball team.