Sometime during Indiana’s five run third inning the headline “Hoosiers Take Terps to Church” began bubbling into my consciousness. Given the 11:00 am Sunday start, Annie Savoy’s opening monologue from Bull Durham and the currency of the Hosier song “Take Me to Church” it seemed appropriate. Maryland pitchers issued 11 … Read More »
Blog from Todd Carton
In 2014, Maryland’s baseball season likely plunged to the vertex of the parabolic arc of its season in a late April series when the Terps dropped three straight to Boston College in Chestnut Hill followed by a 6-2 loss at home to James Madison. Those losses … Read More »
I’ll have a more comprehensive report at the end of the weekend but for now, let’s let it be sufficient to say that Friday was a good night for Maryland’s bat and ball sports. Both Terrapins softball and baseball opened three game home sets Friday night and each was important … Read More »
Following Wednesday’s puzzling rout at the hands of George Washington, the Maryland baseball team opened an important Big Ten series Friday night hosting the Iowa Hawkeyes. The 24-8 Terps are ranked between 16 and 21 in the various polls while the 21-9 Hawkeyes are ranked as high as 17th in … Read More »
This week in SAN Diego Major League Baseball conducts it’s annual winter meetings.
For the O’s they are here to address some needs including a possible replacement for recently departed Nick Markakis, a dh to replace Nelson Cruz, Left handed relief pitcher to replace Andrew Miller, and maybe even a … Read More »
The Chef is cooking up a storm as incredibly Maryland is but 1 win away from a trip to the College Word series in Omaha. Today the victim was UVA the #1 team in the nation. But this band of brothers from College Park is just plain and simply on … Read More »
University of Maryland right hander Jake Stinnett has been selected in the second round (45th overall) of the 2014 Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft by the Chicago Cubs.
Stinnett is the 15th Terrapin to be drafted over the last four years and is the highest-selected Maryland player since Brett … Read More »
With the tying run 90 feet away, Maryland turned a 4-6-3 game-ending double play to seal a dramatic 4-3 victory over top-seeded South Carolina Saturday night at Carolina Stadium snapping the Gamecocks 28-game postseason home winning streak and sending the Terps into the Columbia Regional final.
With one out in … Read More »
LaMonte Wade hit two home runs as part of a four homer effort to help Maryland defeat third-ranked Virginia by the score of 7-6 in its ACC Championship opener Thursday at NewBridge Bank Park. The Terps (35-19) recorded eight hits on the afternoon, six of which went for extra bases, … Read More »
“You know what, when the Yankees want to announce something, [we will],” Cashman told ESPN New York. “Alex should just shut the f— up. That’s it. … Read More »
University of Maryland senior lefthander Jimmy Reed was selected Friday in the sixth round (185th overall) of the 2013 MLB First-Year Player Draft by the St. Louis Cardinals.