Navs fail to put together “complete game” in loss to division rival Tide

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Baseball is a strange game.

One broken link and everything falls apart.

That is what happened to the North Shore Navigators on Saturday night at Fraser Field as the Navs received six strong innings from starter Walker O’Connor (West Florida) but managed just two runs on ten hits in a 4-2 loss to the Old Orchard Beach Raging Tide.

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Oliver, Spinners victorious on Opening Night

Here’s my first Spinners game story of 2014 for Mill City Sports.

Joe Oliver has been out of professional baseball for about a decade, but the Lowell Spinners’ new manager was victorious in his debut on Friday night at LeLacheur Park.

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NEHJ: June 2014

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The June issue of the New England Hockey Journal features Dexter School forward Ryan Donato and the upcoming NHL Draft.

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- “Original Six” crushing Bruins playoff losses (p. 6)
- AHL New England season recap (
p. 16-17)
- NHL New England updates (p. 18-19)

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Mill City Sports: Red Sox and New Englanders Selected in 2014 MLB Draft

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I compiled a list of Boston Red Sox and New Englanders selected in the 2014 MLB First-Year Draft for Mill City Sports.

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NEBJ: June 2014

CaptureThe June edition of the New England Baseball Journal (featuring our 2014 MLB Draft and summer collegiate previews) is here!

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- Cape Cod Baseball League preview – “Huskies in Harwich” (p. 29-31)
- Futures League preview – “Home of the Brave” (p. 35-37)
- Hangin’ Out with Northeastern’s James Mulry (p. 42)
- College Notebook – updates on the latest college baseball news and notes from around New England (p. 24)
- Red Sox Clubhouse (p. 9)
- MLB New England updates (p. 11)

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Eagles score early, falter late against Binghamton

BC got off to a fast start, but the Binghamton offense struck often in the later innings en route to a 9-3 win over the Eagles in the first of a two-game series on Saturday at Eddie Pellagrini Diamond.

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Eagles continue to fight ALS, but fall to Pitt

Seven wasn’t so lucky for Boston College on Saturday. The Eagles played resilient baseball but saw their six-game winning streak come to an end, and I wrote about it for Mill City Sports.

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