ROCHESTER, NY – More than a decade has passed since Brett Carroll roamed the fields of the New York Collegiate Baseball League. Time hasn’t erased the memories. The veteran of ten years in professional baseball, including parts of six seasons in the majors, has played 180 games in the bigs, hit a home run off a future […]
WEBSTER, N.Y. – Hornell’s Dodgers came north on route 390 toting a four-game win streak along with them. The NYCBL Western Division leading club left town adding another victory to their streak. Matt Calhoun (Harding) connected for a three-run home run in the pivotal fifth inning as the Dodgers came from behind to defeat the […]
An efficient Adirondack offense took advantage of six Geneva errors, and three pitchers combined for a shutout as the Trail Blazers downed the Red Wings 10-0 in New York Collegiate Baseball League action, Friday night. Adirondack pushed runs across the plate in each its last four at bats to put the contest out of reach. […]
WEBSTER, N.Y. – The Olean Oilers scored 19 unanswered runs en route to a 20-7 victory over the Rochester Athletes in Action in New York Collegiate Baseball League play at Basket Road Field, Wednesday night. Olean sent 14 batters to the plate in a 12-run seventh inning to blow the game away. Seth Heck (Tacoma […]
Four years in the making Dave Brust got his just due. The New York Collegiate Baseball League announced its post-season awards, and the Webster skipper nabbed the top honor. Brust’s Webster nine set new organization standards and broke a league record en route to a 30-14 regular season mark and an eventual spot in the […]
GENEVA, N.Y. â€” Webster Yankee head coach, Dave Brust has his concerns. With his team clinching the New York Collegiate Baseball Leagueâ€™s West Division on Saturday, the Webster skipper wants his team to remain focused for the upcoming playoffs. If Tuesday nightâ€™s effort is any indication, the Webster nine have blocked out all distractions. Nate […]
WEBSTER, N.Y. â€” Another day and another win in the last at-bat for the Webster Yankees. And a familiar surname again takes the honors. Ben Bostick (St. John Fisher) dropped a two-out, bases-loaded bunt down the first base line, and Nick Flemister scampered home as Webster came from behind in extra innings to defeat the […]
WEBSTER, N.Y. â€” Allâ€™s well that ends well, and for the Webster Yankees that means another day atop the New York Collegiate Baseball Leagueâ€™s West Division. Chris Bostick (Aquinas Institute) rapped a two-out, walk-off single in the 10th inning cappingÂ a wild affair as the Yankees trimmed the Geneva Red Wings 8-7 in NYCBL action […]
From Vestal, New York to Turner Field in Atlanta, Georgia and stops in between, Dan Jurik blazed a trail through minor league baseball this summer. The former St. John Fisher Cardinal and Webster Yankee listened to the Major League draft with his parents. When the moment came, and he heard his name called, Jurik embarked […]
Dave BrustÂ knowsÂ baseball talent when he sees it.Â The Yankee skipper saw plenty of talent clad inÂ pinstripes this summer. That being said,Â there are only so many post-season awards to hand out. ThoseÂ getting the honor represent aÂ team of quality players.Â
If it wasn’t in Elmira, I wouldn’t even go. But the final day before the boys head back toÂ the dormsÂ is staged here, in Elmira, at Dunn Field; and Dunn Field is the center of at least one known universe. This is where my father, presumably in 1956, almost missed his high school graduation to see […]
WEBSTER, N.Y. â€“ Dave Brustâ€™s Webster Yankees learned some valuable lessons Saturday night about opportunity: when given them, take advantage. At the same time,Â never offer your opponent opportunities.
SCIO, N.Y. â€“ Four years have passed since the Webster Yankees appeared in the NYCBL post-season. Dave Brustâ€™s Webster Yankees showed no signs of rust.
HORNELL, N.Y. -By the time Dave Brustâ€™s Webster Yankees took the field Thursday night their playoff schedule was already written. With nothing to gain and nothing to lose, the Yankees could have fallen prey to complacency. Complacency would have to find another nest to roost in.
GENEVA, N.Y. â€“ No one can doubt the perseverance of Dave Brustâ€™s Webster Yankees. Just one week ago, the 2010 version of the Yankees looked lifeless.Â They were in the middle of a rough ten-game stretch where they lost seven. Maybe, the experience made the home nine stronger.
WEBSTER, N.Y. â€“ In just 24 hours, Dave Brustâ€™s Webster Yankees have gone from hunter to the hunted. After losing seven of ten games, the Yankees found themselves on the outside of the NYCBL playoff picture.In the last two nights, the pinstripes have climbed the ladder to a potential post-season spot.
WEBSTER, N.Y. â€“ Superman had kryptonite. Sampson had his hair. Apparently, the Elmira Pioneers have â€œThe Basket.â€ The NYCBL West division leading Pioneers came to Webster riding a seven-game winning streak. The Pios left with a pair of losses.
Maybe Dave Brustâ€™s Webster Yankees just needed some rest. A recent scheduling irregularity idled the pinstripes for three of four days between Tuesday and Friday. The home nine made good on the time off and put their recent woes in the rear view mirror.
(Webster, N.Y.) If first impressions mean anything, the summer of 2010 promises excitement at Basket Road Field. Matt Delewski (Toledo) slashed a ninth inning one-out single just inside the third base bag plating Wes Winkle (Ball State) with the gameâ€™s only run as the Webster Yankees downed the Allegany County Nitros 1-0 in New York […]
(Webster, N.Y.) For the second time in three nights the Webster Yankees used late-inning heroics for a win. Chase Grissom (UNC-Pembroke) beat out an infield single and plated Matt Delewski (Toledo) with the eventual winning run as the Yankees knocked out the Niagara Power 5-3 in New York Collegiate Baseball League action at Basket Road […]
(Webster, N.Y) For eight innings the Webster Yankees toiled with little to show for their efforts. The home nine threatened but failed to bring home any runs while the Elmira Pioneers grabbed a seven-run lead.Â Elmira pitchers dominated Webster for eight frames recording 13 strike outs.
The Webster Yankees have been in existence just three years, but the New York Collegiate Baseball League team has seen plenty of talent. Add University of Massachusetts-Lowellâ€™s Dustin Ramey and Luke Wallace to the list of Yankee alums finding success after playing for Webster in the NYCBL.
Steve Muoio may be over 900 miles from home, but the Webster resident finds himself in familiar territory. His Georgia College and State University Bobcats claimed first place and the number one seed in the upcoming Peach-Belt Conference tournament. Â Success on the baseball diamond is something the Webster-Thomas graduate has known for much of his […]
Friends of Adam Perlo should take caution when trying to contact him for the next couple of months. Until the middle of August any phone calls to the former Webster Yankee catcher will incur international charges. The Fairport, New York native added international experience to his already impressive resume when the Italian Baseball Federation opened […]