Baseball advances to No. 5 in nation

Baseball advances to No. 5 in nation

The baseball team remains undefeated in league after completing a three-game sweep of Notre Dame, giving them a league record of 9-0 and an overall record of 17-3. At the beginning of the season, Notre Dame was ranked the best high school baseball program in the nation by Baseball America. In fact, the Wolverines swept […]

Baseball sweeps Notre Dame, takes command of Mission League

Baseball sweeps Notre Dame, takes command of Mission League

Christian Becerra’s ’21 strong outing and a bevy of defensive miscues by Notre Dame propelled the baseball team to an 8-4 victory at O’Malley Family Field. With the win, the squad completed a season sweep over its cross-town rival. Before the series, Notre Dame was considered the Wolverines foremost challenger in the Mission League. With […]

Baseball beats Chaminade in second series game

Baseball beats Chaminade in second series game

The baseball team beat Chaminade 4-2 in its second game of a series at O’Malley Field on April 11 and defeated the Eagles 11-4 in the first game April 10, giving them a league record of 5-0. Last year, the Wolverines beat Chaminade 5-2 and 3-2 during the first two games of the series and […]

Giolito ’12 to make White Sox debut

The Chicago White Sox announced that right-handed pitcher Lucas Giolito ’12 will make his debut with the team Monday against the Minnesota Twins in a doubleheader at Guaranteed Rate Field. The Sox acquired Giolito, as well as Reynaldo Lopez and Dane Dunning, in a trade with the Nationals for Adam Eaton. Giolito was the 16th […]

Pitcher commits to Vanderbilt

Pitcher Sam Hliboki ’19 has committed to attend and play baseball at Vanderbilt University. Hliboki said that the school has been his top choice since he watched the team win a national championship in person when he was twelve years-old. He said that he is also drawn  to the school’s atmosphere and city, Nashville, Tennessee. […]

Alumnus reaches Major League Baseball

The Atlanta Braves called up Max Fried ’12 from their Double-A affiliate to join the team’s bullpen August 5. Fried was the seventh overall pick in the MLB Draft by the San Diego Padres in 2012, but his first appearance with the Braves will be his major league debut. The left-handed pitcher is the Braves’ No. 10 prospect, known for his […]

Playoff loss spells early end to baseball season

Playoff loss spells early end to baseball season

Just a year removed from a CIF-SS Division I title game appearance, the baseball team is out of playoff contention, as MLB Pipeline No. 8 prep prospect Hans Krause pitched Dana Hills to victory over the Wolverines in the first round of postseason play Thursday afternoon. “I’m feeling heartbroke for our kids, that’s what I’m feeling,” […]

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