Archives for April 2017

Monthly Archives: April 2017

Betts’ heroics boost Sox over Jays in extras

Betts’ heroics boost Sox over Jays in extras

In his fourth start with the Red Sox, Chris Sale again was more than advertised. Sale dealt out 8 scoreless innings, 4 hits, ...
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Adirondack Thunder

Thunder fall in game four, will face elimination Saturday

Glens Falls, NY – The Adirondack Thunder dropped Game 4 by a 2-1 margin to the Manchester Monarchs on Thursday evening at the ...
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High School

Saratoga beats Albany on third walk-off in five games

As is the seemingly increasing theme with this year’s Saratoga varsity baseball team, another game, another walk-off. It happened again on Thursday as ...
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These NBA Playoffs Are Not Appealing

These NBA Playoffs Are Not Appealing

Did you know the NBA playoffs started Saturday? This is a serious question. Maybe if you are a NBA junkie, you know. But ...
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College

Nolan, Pierce Combine to Two-Hit Holy Cross

Sophomore pitcher John Nolan and freshman hurler Matt Pierce combined to throw the 17th two-hitter in Siena Baseball history in the Saints’ 8-3 ...
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College

UAlbany lacrosse beats Binghamton 10-4, clinches share of regular season title

VESTAL, N.Y. – The Great Dane defense held Binghamton to four goals as the #5/5 UAlbany men’s lacrosse team secured a share of ...
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Islanders new owners are no different than previous owners

Islanders new owners are no different than previous owners

Meet the Islanders new owners. Same as the previous owners that have sunk this once-proud franchise for two decades. That was the message ...
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National

NBA Playoff Preview

Ahhhh, spring time is perhaps the best in professional sports.  You have Masters week with opening day in the MLB as well.  The ...
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Adirondack Thunder

Thunder win game three against Manchester, cut series to 2-1

Glens Falls, NY – The Adirondack Thunder rebounded to claim Game 3 by a 3-1 final over the Manchester Monarchs on Tuesday evening ...
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After dropping opener, Sox take 3 of 4 from Rays

After dropping opener, Sox take 3 of 4 from Rays

To cap off the first series between the Rays and Red Sox this season, Steven Wright took the mound in hopes of redeeming ...
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College

Siena baseball ends homestand with 5-4 win over Central Connecticut State

LOUDONVILLE, N.Y. – Siena Baseball capped its season long nine-game homestand with a win as the Saints defeated Central Connecticut 5-4 in mid-week, ...
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College Local National

MAAC, Times Union Center to host Men’s NCAA Tournament in 2020

The NCAA Tournament in coming back to Albany. The NCAA announced Thursday that the Times Union Center in Albany will be the host ...
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High School

Six takeaways from the first week of Suburban Council baseball

The first week of Suburban Council baseball action is in the books, and we’re starting to see how the league will shape up ...
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College

Vecchione, Foo earn All-USCHO honors

SCHENECTADY, N.Y.––Former Union College forward Mike Vecchione ’17 and junior forward Spencer Foo each added another accomplishment to their decorated resumes on Monday, ...
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Sale picks up first victory with Red Sox on Jackie Day

Sale picks up first victory with Red Sox on Jackie Day

In Chris Sale’s first 2 starts as a member of the Red Sox, he got little to no run support as he pitched ...
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College

Canisius hands Siena first MAAC series loss in 13 months

LOUDONVILLE, N.Y. – Canisius handed Siena Baseball its first MAAC series loss since last March as the Golden Griffins won the rubber game ...
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Adirondack Thunder

Thunder fall 4-2 in game two, trail 2-0 in series

Manchester, NH – The Adirondack Thunder dropped Game 2 to the Manchester Monarchs by a 4-2 final on Saturday evening at SNHU Arena. ...
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Why trust Jackson at all?

Why trust Jackson at all?

When the Knicks hired Phil Jackson to run their basketball operations in 2014, the thought was there was hope for this troubled franchise ...
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Porcello struggles as Sox drop opener vs Rays

Porcello struggles as Sox drop opener vs Rays

Last years American League Cy Young winner, Rick Porcello after his opening day start, looking like he was ready to continue a consistent ...
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Adirondack Thunder

Thunder fall to Manchester in game one of Kelly Cup playoffs

Manchester, NH – The Adirondack Thunder dropped their first game of the 2017 Kelly Cup Playoffs to the Manchester Monarchs by a 3-1 ...
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College

Swain Secures Milestone in Saints’ Split With Canisius

LOUDONVILLE, N.Y. – Senior centerfielder Dan Swain became the 13th member of the program’s 200-Hit Club in Siena Baseball’s doubleheader split with Canisius ...
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National

Big 8th inning helps Sox over Bucs in makeup game

To start the 2017 season, the Red Sox powerhouse offense of last season has struggled off starting pitching. Pittsburgh got a fairly solid ...
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High School

Hart’s walk-off homer lifts Saratoga past Shenendehowa

Games between Saratoga and Shenendehowa tend to bring out the best in both teams, no matter the sport. It was no exception on ...
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Only redemption for Lundqvist is hoisting Lord Stanley

Only redemption for Lundqvist is hoisting Lord Stanley

Rangers goaltender Henrik Lundqvist was fantastic against the Canadiens in Game 1 of the best-of-seven first round playoff series Wednesday night at Bell ...
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College

Union Hockey Announces Award Winners at Team Banquet

SCHENECTADY, N.Y. – Six members of the Union College men’s hockey program were honored at the team’s season-ending awards banquet, Thursday night at ...
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