By Joe Crossley April 22, 2019 It’s now late April and the 2019 PGCBL season is getting closer and closer. While we all eagerly await summer nights at Murnane our future Blue Sox continue to tear it up with their respective colleges. Some standout performances from the past week: RHP Dalton O’Boyle (St. Petersburg) – 5 1/3 innings pitched, 5 

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April 8, 2019 By Joe Crossley  Utica, NY — Oswego State 3B Ryan Enos is coming off a very impressive freshman campaign. Last year Enos started 41 games for the Lakers and posted a .345 batting average. He helped lead his team to a New England Regional title and an appearance in the NCAA Division III 

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Jordan is entering her senior year at SUNY Polytechnic Institute studying applied mathematics and computer science. After graduation, she will go on to grad school, pursuing her M.S. in Sports Management. Jordan was part of SUNY Poly’s Softball team for her first two years of college. After being plagued with injuries, she decided to become 

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Tim Charvat is a recent graduate of Southern New Hampshire University, earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Sports Management.  During his last year at SNHU, he wrote sports articles for the Penmen Press and had his own weekly sports talk radio show titled “Take It and Charvat.”  Tim is a major sports fan, in particular 

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By Joe Crossley LJ Bryant and Brenton Phillips have been lifelong teammates, as they played together at Lee County High School, worked their way to each end up playing at Andrew College in Randolph County, Georgia, and will lace it up side by side with the Utica Blue Sox this upcoming summer. The duo from Andrew 

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By Joe Crossley It may not seem like baseball season in Utica just yet,  but Blue Sox players are getting into the beginning of their college seasons. This week’s big highlight came from Georgia Highland sophomore outfielder Malik Spratling. The sophomore crushed two home runs against Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College on March 6, which helped lead 

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