Saturday, March 10, 2007


Harvard is 1-0 after winning its 2007 debut, 4-3 over Quinnipiac in extra innings. Tom Stack-Babich, batting fifth, went 2-for-4 with a double and drove home the game winner, and what a huge event a Tom Stack-Babich (re?)surgence would be for the team this year.
Shawn Haviland, from the boxscore, looks like he was awfully wild in his debut, but no one should worry. Nice to see Brad Unger jumping right in after the conclusion of the 2006-07 Harvard men's basketball season. Interestingly, Andrew Princeton batted cleanup as the DH, and Matt Kramer started at first while Drew Casey caught--I'm all for this, I just want to see Kramer's bat in the lineup someplace. Matt Rogers, as the New Salsgiver, played left, batted second and stole two bases.
Another game tonight. I'd expect Adam Cole, but really, who knows.

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