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Steve Cohen buys the Mets

By Samantha Uebel, Staff Writer Major League Baseball has approved Hedge fund mogul Steve Cohen as the new owner of the New York Mets. Cohen now owns 95 percent of the team, purchased from the Mets’ previous owners, the Wilpon and Katz families.  Cohen, who previously held a minority share…

Baseball Fans Ready for MLB Offseason

By Mariah Musto, Staff Writer The MLB offseason can be a stressful and exciting time for those passionate about the team’s outcome that they are rooting for. The bartering, trading, and signing that goes on during the offseason can elicit many feelings for those who are paying attention, as fans…

Dodgers Win Fall Classic

By Christopher Smith, Staff Writer On Tuesday, Oct 27, the Los Angeles Dodgers cemented themselves in history as the 2020 World Series champions. A team defined by resilience, the Dodgers defeated the Tampa Bay Rays four games to two, avenging their 2018 and 2017 World Series defeats to the Boston…

Astros Fall One Game Shy of World Series

By Connor Lambert, Staff Writer After a scandalous off-season, the Houston Astros made it to the American League Championship Series against the Tampa Bay Rays. Despite injuries across the whole team, losing star pitcher Gerrit Cole in the offseason and finishing the regular season with a losing record of 29-31,…

Yankees Fall Short in Postseason

By Theresa Morrissey, Staff Writer After a shortened season, the New York Yankees will not be advancing to the American League Championship Series after losing to the Tampa Bay Rays. The Rays beat the Yankees three games to two in a best of five American League Divisional Series. The 2020…

Senior Profile: Andy Camilo

By Andrew Scarpaci, Assistant Sports Editor Andy Camilo is a redshirt senior on the baseball team, who’s five year scholarship is up since he graduates at the end of the semester. Camilo started his collegiate career with the LIU Brooklyn Blackbirds in 2016. He redshirted in 2017 due to an…

Senior Athlete Seasons Abruptly End

By Elise Person, Staff Writer The NCAA announced the suspension of all remaining winter and spring sports due to the evolving public threat of the new coronavirus, or COVID-19 on March 12. The following day, the Northeast Conference (NEC) announced the cancellation of all remaining conference games and practices for…

Baseball Plays Triumphant Season Opener

By Jason Glickman and Andrew Scarpaci, Staff Writer and Assistant Sports Editor The baseball team played a successful weekend as they completed a three-game series sweep over the St.Peter’s Peacocks from March 5-8. Pitching was the main highlight for the Sharks, with the offense close behind, as they outscored the…

The Baseball Team Prepares For Season Start

BY ANDREW SCARPACIASST. SPORTS EDITOR The baseball team is ready to kick off their inaugural season, with their first game being played in Spartanburg, SC on Friday, Feb. 14 against the Spartans of University of South Carolina Upstate. Head Coach Dan Pirillo, former head coach for Brooklyn Blackbirds, will lead…