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By From Staff Reports | April 26, 1995
Andy Bair (6-0, one save) struck out seven against two walks and three hits as visiting and No. 1 Calvert Hall held off No. 2 McDonogh, 2-1, in baseball action yesterday.Bair threw 86 pitches -- three more than McDonogh ace Mike Ginsberg (5-1), who struck out four, yielded five hits and walked none.
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By From Staff Reports | April 26, 1995
Andy Bair (6-0, one save) struck out seven against two walks and three hits as visiting and No. 1 Calvert Hall held off No. 2 McDonogh, 2-1, yesterday.Bair threw 86 pitches -- three more than McDonogh ace Mike Ginsberg (5-1), who struck out four, yielded five hits and walked none.Calvert Hall scored its runs in the second on a single by Bill Staub and a double by Randy Hohenstein.McDonogh's lone run came in the sixth, as Rich Levin, who walked, scored on Scott Breault's sacrifice fly.The Eagles were within striking distance in the seventh when Jason Taylor led off with a bunt.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Staff Writer | May 29, 1994
COLLEGE PARK -- In a defensive battle of Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association rivals, No. 6 McDonogh dethroned No. 7 Mount St. Joseph, 4-2, for the second annual private schools state title at the University of Maryland.Junior catcher Jason Taylor hit a two-out double, scoring David Kowitz and winning pitcher Mike Stellar (5-2) in the bottom of the sixth."I had struck out in my first two at-bats, but I told myself, 'This one's mine,' " said Taylor. "The pitch came in really fat, and I just extended my arms and drove it up the middle.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Staff Writer | April 26, 1995
Among the 200 or so spectators who watched yesterday's Calvert Hall-McDonogh game was Jim Gilbert, mid-Atlantic scouting supervisor for the Orioles.Perched behind the McDonogh backstop, he used his radar gun to monitor two of the area's best pitchers, if not the premier pitchers in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association: Calvert Hall left-hander Andy Bair (6-0, one save) and McDonogh's ace right-hander, Mike Ginsberg (5-1).Bair, a 6-foot-6, 235-pounder, was clocked at a high of 82 mph as he struck out seven against two walks and three hits in a 2-1 victory.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Staff Writer | May 29, 1994
COLLEGE PARK -- In a defensive battle of Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association rivals, No. 6 McDonogh dethroned No. 7 Mount St. Joseph, 4-2, for the second annual private schools state title at the University of Maryland's Shipley Field.Junior catcher Jason Taylor hit a two-out double, scoring David Kowitz and winning pitcher Mike Stellar (5-2) in the bottom of the sixth."I had struck out in my first two at-bats, but I told myself, 'This one's mine,' " said Taylor. "The pitch came in really fat, and I just extended my arms and drove it up the middle.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Staff Writer | May 13, 1994
McDonogh's third-ranked baseball team has been the talk of the town lately -- and not just because the Eagles (17-3) are winning.The host Eagles, who built an 8-1 lead en route to yesterday's 8-4 drubbing of sixth-ranked, Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association rival Gilman (15-4), have been the center of a controversy in a lawsuit against the school.The win in the first round of the MIAA double-elimination tournament was especially sweet because junior pitcher/second baseman Mike Ginsberg (7-1 on the mound)
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By Lem Satterfield | June 5, 1994
COACH OF THE YEAR* Joe Binder, Calvert Hall -- With arguably the toughest schedule in the state, Binder's Cardinals maintained a consistently high performance level, going 27-3. Calvert Hall lost twice to Gilman -- each time by one run. The Cardinals' only other loss came by 10-5 to McDonogh. But McDonogh, the eventual Private Schools state champion, was beaten by the Cardinals on three other occasions, including twice in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association title game series.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Staff Writer | March 31, 1995
With every game, first-year McDonogh baseball coach Chet Janiga learns something new about his No. 2-ranked Eagles.In Tuesday's 4-1 victory over Prince George's County power Riverdale Baptist, he watched his Eagles rally around left fielder Dennis Badham, who drove in all four runs, including three on a home run."The focus our team had [against Riverdale Baptist] was very impressive, and we played outstanding defense," said Janiga. "They were really champing at the bit. They were like caged animals.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Staff Writer | April 26, 1995
Among the 200 or so spectators who watched yesterday's Calvert Hall-McDonogh game was Jim Gilbert, mid-Atlantic scouting supervisor for the Orioles.Perched behind the McDonogh backstop, he used his radar gun to monitor two of the area's best pitchers, if not the premier pitchers in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association: Calvert Hall left-hander Andy Bair (6-0, one save) and McDonogh's ace right-hander, Mike Ginsberg (5-1).Bair, a 6-foot-6, 235-pounder, was clocked at a high of 82 mph as he struck out seven against two walks and three hits in a 2-1 victory.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Staff Writer | March 31, 1995
With every game, first-year McDonogh baseball coach Chet Janiga learns something new about his No. 2-ranked Eagles.In Tuesday's 4-1 victory over Prince George's County power Riverdale Baptist, he watched his Eagles rally around left fielder Dennis Badham, who drove in all four runs, including three on a home run."The focus our team had [against Riverdale Baptist] was very impressive, and we played outstanding defense," said Janiga. "They were really champing at the bit. They were like caged animals.
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By Lem Satterfield | June 5, 1994
COACH OF THE YEAR* Joe Binder, Calvert Hall -- With arguably the toughest schedule in the state, Binder's Cardinals maintained a consistently high performance level, going 27-3. Calvert Hall lost twice to Gilman -- each time by one run. The Cardinals' only other loss came by 10-5 to McDonogh. But McDonogh, the eventual Private Schools state champion, was beaten by the Cardinals on three other occasions, including twice in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association title game series.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Staff Writer | May 29, 1994
COLLEGE PARK -- In a defensive battle of Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association rivals, No. 6 McDonogh dethroned No. 7 Mount St. Joseph, 4-2, for the second annual private schools state title at the University of Maryland.Junior catcher Jason Taylor hit a two-out double, scoring David Kowitz and winning pitcher Mike Stellar (5-2) in the bottom of the sixth."I had struck out in my first two at-bats, but I told myself, 'This one's mine,' " said Taylor. "The pitch came in really fat, and I just extended my arms and drove it up the middle.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Staff Writer | May 29, 1994
COLLEGE PARK -- In a defensive battle of Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association rivals, No. 6 McDonogh dethroned No. 7 Mount St. Joseph, 4-2, for the second annual private schools state title at the University of Maryland's Shipley Field.Junior catcher Jason Taylor hit a two-out double, scoring David Kowitz and winning pitcher Mike Stellar (5-2) in the bottom of the sixth."I had struck out in my first two at-bats, but I told myself, 'This one's mine,' " said Taylor. "The pitch came in really fat, and I just extended my arms and drove it up the middle.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Staff Writer | May 13, 1994
McDonogh's third-ranked baseball team has been the talk of the town lately -- and not just because the Eagles (17-3) are winning.The host Eagles, who built an 8-1 lead en route to yesterday's 8-4 drubbing of sixth-ranked, Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association rival Gilman (15-4), have been the center of a controversy in a lawsuit against the school.The win in the first round of the MIAA double-elimination tournament was especially sweet because junior pitcher/second baseman Mike Ginsberg (7-1 on the mound)
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