Jr. Rhinos Travel North-Of-The-Border

With Kasey Welch and Kristin Blair controlling the middle of the field, and Amanda Coffey converting on the offensive end, the U17 Jr. Rhinos earned a hard-fought trip to the finals of The Toronto Cup. The tournament helped heal the wounds endured while playing in the rugged Upstate Premier League and brought a smile back […]

Webster Takes Two From Bolivar

With the opportunity to win two games the Webster Yankees found production from some rare sources on Sunday night. Bolstered by the hot-hitting of Dan Bertolini (Mercyhurst) and a sparkling pitching performance by Josh Johnson (Toledo) the Yanks took two from the Bolivar A’s: 3 to 2 in the first and 6 to 3 in […]

Geneva Shuts Out Webster

Needing to make up ground in the crowded NYCBL West Division the Webster Yankees opened the second half of the 2007 season against the Geneva Red Wings. Three pitchers held Webster to two hits and zero runs as the Wings topped the Yanks 4 to 0. Paul Bertuccinni (LSU) earned the win as he struck […]

McIntyre and Veenema Lead Webster

Joe McIntyre (North Carolina A&T) led a fourteen-hit attack and Blair Veenema (U of R) pitched six strong as the Webster Yankees defeated the Bolivar A’s 7-3. The win comes on the heels of a heart-breaking, extra-inning loss at Hornell and halts a two-game slide for the Yanks. Webster established early that it would challenge […]

Johnson Homers; Webster Falls Short

Josh Johnson’s (Toledo) three-run home run in the eighth scored Gary Helmick (Towson) and Joe McIntyre (North Carolina A&T), but the Webster Yankees were sent home with a 4-3 loss to the first-place Allegany County Nitros. Webster struggled to get to Nitro starter, Doug Ciallela (Fairfield), for the second time this season. Ciallela pitched a […]

Webster Fights Off Hornell

Ryan Sullivan slapped a one-out triple scoring Marcus Nidiffer (Kentucky) and Josh Johnson (Toledo) in the third, and Gino Offerman (Binghamton) pitched seven strong to lead the Webster Yankees over the Hornell Dodgers 4-3. Sullivan hit the first pitch he saw from Tom Bradley (Southern Polytechnic) into the gap between Phillip Brewington Jr. (North Carolina […]

Biggio, The Big Hurt, and the Draft

Congrats to the last of the ‘Killer B’s (Craig Biggio), Frank Thomas, and Greg Oden. Some notions to ponder: Biggio – 3,000 hits, 4 Gold Gloves(second base), 5 Silver Sluggers (2b and catcher), led the NL in stolen bases one season, way too many HBPs, and played three different defensive positions. WHEN he doesn’t make […]

DiNuzzo Causes Power Outage

Bobby DiNuzzo (Iona) bounced from the mound, pumped his fist, and expressed his satisfaction. He had just blown a heater past Landis Wilson (Pitt Community College), and the Webster Yankees went on to beat the Niagara Power 5-2. Dinuzzo pitched eight strong innings allowing two runs (one unearned) on six hits and one walk. He […]

Webster Blasts Brockport

Nelson Santos(North Carolina A&T) ripped a bases-loaded double in the top of the eleventh inning to score Dan Bertolini (Mercyhurst) with the winning run and propelled the Webster Yankees to a 9-2 comeback victory over the Brockport Riverbats. With no outs in the inning Santos had the opportunity to give his team the lead for […]

Webster Tops Elmira

To call Josh Brown’s (Towson University) 2007 NYCBL season inconsistent would be an understatement. The Annapolis, Maryland native pitched to three batters in the season’s second game. He struck out the side in order. Against Bolivar on June 20th he allowed no runs while striking out two in two innings of work. Beyond those relief […]