Browse By

Tag Archives: Baseball

Watch Your Head! Sky Carp Incoming!

It is official ladies and gentlemen, the turtle is no longer in its shell. After originally starting out as the Beloit Brewers in their inaugural year back in 1994, they later changed their name to the Snappers. 27 years later, it was time for another

Who the Buc are you?

The Round Table got the opportunity to sit down with T’Aira Boyance’23 and find out Who the Buc she is! The Round Table: Where are you from?  T’Aira Boyance: Houston, TX.”  RT: What is your major? TB: “Double major in psychology and biology.”  RT: What

Take Me Out to the Ball Game

The Beloit Snappers hosted the South Bend Cubs on Wednesday Sept 8. They also hosted Beloit College students. Students received an email the week prior about signing up for free Snappers tickets. It seemed only a handful took advantage. But hey, that is better than

MLB undergoes rule changes ahead of upcoming season

Rejoice baseball fans, this is the last week without America’s national pastime until October. But when the game returns on Sunday, April 2, spectators may notice a few significant alterations the league has made to rules. In pursuit of his goal to quicken the pace

Jose Fernandez was operating boat in fatal crash, officials say

A nearly six-month long investigation by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission concluded that former Miami Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez was operating the speeding boat that crashed and ultimately killed Fernandez and two others on Sept. 25, 2016. The final report found that alcohol

Minor league baseball president visits Beloit Snappers

On Tuesday, Mar. 14, Minor League Baseball president Pat O’Conner visited Beloit to discuss the future of the Snappers and baseball in the city. He described his visit as “enlightening and positive” while acknowledging the Snappers’ urgency for a new stadium in order to keep

Spring Training under way as pitchers, catchers report

After what felt like the briefest offseason in recent history, baseball is back. Pitchers and catchers have already begun their first full workouts, with most of them reporting to their teams between Feb. 13 and 16. Position players are now making their ways to spring