Monthly Archives: April 2011
CP athlete Dan Houston dominated in his third start of the season, throwing 6 1/3 scoreless innings for the Rockies Class A Advanced affiliate. Read the complete recap here.
Cory Gearrin made his major league debut with two perfect innings, including two strikeouts and nothing reaching the outfield. Read the full story here.
CP athlete Corey Gearrin has been promoted from AAA Gwinnett to the Atlanta Braves. He is headed to San Francisco for his first big league series against the defending world champion Giants. Read the full story here.
Shawn Haviland is attempting to become just the eighth pitcher from Harvard University to earn his way into a big-league uniform. Read his full story, as featured in the Hartford Courant, HERE
Jeremy Hazelbaker jump started his offense in style for the 2011 season by connecting on consecutive solo home runs as the Salem Red Sox defeated the Lynchburg Hillcats.
Read the full recap here
The first couple of weeks of baseball season are off to a big start for the CP community. Have a look at some of the solid results our guys are posting…
– Kansas City Star put together another piece outlining Tim Collins’ rise to the big leagues
– Shawn Haviland got his first double-A start and didn’t fail to impress
– John Gorman of Catholic Memorial tossed a no-hitter in his first start
– URI-bound CP athlete Ty Sterner has performed strongly in the early stages of the 2011 season
As the Tim Collins media overload plows forward, the articles seem to keep getting better. So, for those of you who didn’t hear, the remarkable story of Tim’s rise to baseball’s highest level has recently been featured in well-known publications such as Men’s Health and Yahoo! Sports.
Barrett O’Neill and a Dexter High School teammate were recently featured in the Boston Sunday Globe. Click HERE for the complete article.
Tim Collins tossed a scoreless inning at Kauffman Stadium during the Royals 2011 home opener yesterday. Highlights included recording his first career strike out against Torii Hunter and getting Vernon Wells to fly out to end the inning with runners on base.
Read the full story HERE