Recruitment of local baseball and softball players drop
Apr11

Recruitment of local baseball and softball players drop

While the Gators have chomped on little success in baseball and softball through the years, they have had fewer and fewer local players. The Division II recruiting has been looking

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Diamond sports need support at roots
Mar19

Diamond sports need support at roots

In the spectrum of activities that strengthen a person and build the fabric of society, there are few that do so as well as baseball in the history of…

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Baseball coaches confident in new roster
Jan31

Baseball coaches confident in new roster

  By Dan Harrington The Guardsman   More than 30 baseball players are ready to start this season for the City College Rams. The coach can start a third of them in any given game but only four of the players from this season’s current roster have played a game for the Rams before. “I think we can compete with anyone in the state,” 13-year head coach John Vanoncini said. “I’d rank this team as one of the most receptive to...

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New Zealand talent Brings Hope to a Struggling Team
Nov14

New Zealand talent Brings Hope to a Struggling Team

By Ivan Huang The Guardsman   Losing season after losing season, City College baseball has been one of the most disappointing sports programs in the athletics department. At the end of last season, they ranked last in the Coast Conference’s Golden Gate Division. With an overall record of 29-81-1 (.263) and a conference record of 15-57 (.208) in the past three seasons, the Rams are looking to make a change in their recruitment by...

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Lead suspect in Bryan Stow beating still not charged
Jul15

Lead suspect in Bryan Stow beating still not charged

Due to a lack of evidence and a valid alibi, ex-convict Giovanni Ramirez has not been charged for the beating of Giants fan Bryan Stow, however he is still the lead suspect and remains in custody due to a parole violation as the Los Angeles Police Department continue their investigation.

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