Massachusetts Daily Collegian

Ballpark Banter: April 3, 2015

By Anthony Chiusano

April 3, 2015

Filed under Podcasts, Scrolling Headlines, Sports, Sports Multimedia, Sports Podcasts

Anthony Chiusano and Adam Aucoin of the Massachusetts Daily Collegian make their picks for divisional and Wild Card winners of the 2015 Major League Baseball season on the inaugural episode of Ballpark Banter. [liveblog]...

Technology in baseball eliminates nuance of human element

By Dennis Topakov

October 28, 2013

Filed under Columns, Opinion

As many of you may know our beloved Red Sox have made it to the World Series yet again. During the third game of the series at Busch Stadium, home of the opposing St. Louis Cardinals, Boston third baseman Will Middlebrook...

Baseball GM’s talk building the right connections

By Nick Canelas

November 14, 2012

Filed under Campus News, News

Ben Cherington and Chris Antonetti’s experiences as graduate students at the University of Massachusetts went well beyond their time spent in the classroom. They also developed certain relationships that would help get their...

Podcast: Baseball Weekly

By Brendan Tuma

September 18, 2012

Filed under Podcasts, Sports Multimedia, Sports Podcasts, Web-Exclusive

Collegian broadcasters Bobby O’Brien and Brendan Tuma recap some of the MLB highlights from the past week, and touch upon a few current baseball topics as well. Baseball Weekly 9-14-12...

Debating the MVPs: Adrian Gonzalez, Miguel Cabrera, and Dustin Pedroia

By Jackson Alexander

September 14, 2011

Filed under Blogs, Sports Blogs

On Monday, I began scouting the potential MVP candidates by selecting Jacoby Ellsbury over Curtis Granderson as the better choice. Next up: Adrian Gonzalez, Miguel Cabrera, and Dustin Pedroia. The decision to break the bank (7y...

Mensches of the benches: The All-Time Jewish MLB Dream Team

By Justin Gagnon

March 1, 2011

Filed under Blogs, Sports Blogs

205 former Major League Baseball players have been elected into the Baseball Hall of Fame; only three of them are Jewish. It's a shame that more Jews haven't been heralded in the Hall, but that's not to say that some of the best single season Semite perf...

Major League Baseball postseason gears up Tuesday

By Cam Dunbar

October 4, 2010

Filed under Archives

The Major League Baseball postseason opens Tuesday, without the familiar Boston Red Sox. For the first time since 2006, the Red Sox will not be contending for a World Championship. A thrilling last two weeks of the season has...