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How social justice protests have found their way into sports

2020 has been a turbulent year. Though comparatively small in relevance compared to other fields such as the health care system, sports took a huge hit throughout this hell-stricken year. From the passing of the National Football League’s all-time winningest coach Don Shula, the tragic death of National Basketball Association legend Kobe Bryant, and the […]

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World Series Preview: Boston vs. LA, the rivalry comes to Baseball

With their game 7 victory over the Milwaukee Brewers, the Los Angeles Dodgers (92-71) clinched their second consecutive World Series appearance— this time they’ll be taking on the league’s best team, the Boston Red Sox (108-54). The Dodgers became the first National League (NL) team to make the World Series in back-to-back years since the […]

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World Series Preview: Dodgers vs Astros, a Battle of Powers

The most exciting time of year for Major League Baseball (MLB) is upon us once again, the Fall Classic. The World Series opens up Tuesday, Oct. 24th as the Los Angeles Dodgers take on the Houston Astros in what is shaping up to be a battle of top powers in baseball. The Los Angeles Dodgers […]

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Men’s baseball ready for successful season

Queens College men’s baseball team began their season Feb. 25 with an 11-10 defeat against Dominican College at Myrtle Beach, S.C. The Knights entered the season looking to improve from last season, when they finished with a record 13-22. Head coach Chris Reardon, in his third season as coach, is impressed with the team’s performance […]

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Queens College’s baseball stadium named after alum Charles Hennekens

Charles Hennekens, a Queens College alum, was honored by the college at a ceremony on Oct. 17 with the baseball field named after him. After the unveiling of the new stadium sign, Hennekens threw the opening pitch for a baseball scrimmage. In the scientific community, Hennekens is knowing for saving more than 1.1 million lives […]

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QC baseball team hopes to strike out 16-year playoff drought

After spending months in the weight room, the Queens College men’s baseball team was anxious to get out and start playing ball. The season was scheduled to begin on Feb. 28. However, due to inclement weather, the away game in Virginia was canceled. In fact, many games across the country were cancelled, especially in the […]

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Knights looking to go .500 for the first time in 15 years

Queens College baseball season is underway and the team is looking to bounce back from a 15-27 record last season. Led by a new coach, but a familiar face, QC alumnus Chris Reardon takes on the head coach position with new pitching coach Al Sontag. “This is my first year as head coach. Over the last 15 […]

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