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Suddle Swing
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Baseball Splits Even In Wofford Trip

The Harvard baseball team opened its spring season this past Friday in South Carolina, playing four games against the Wofford Terriers and coming back with a pair of wins and losses.

Suddle Swing
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Suddle Swing

Junior outfielder Jake Suddleson help secure one of Harvard's wins this past weekend with a three-run home run.

Subtly Striking
Previews

Next Batter Up: Baseball Preview

All in all, the Harvard baseball team feels ready and excited for the dawn of a new season — a new chance to demonstrate all their growth and hard work from the offseason as they officially take the diamond for the first time in months. This, after all, is what they live for.

McColling his Shot
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McColling his Shot

Senior 1B Pat McColl tees off on a pitch in action from last season.

Subtly Striking
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Subtly Striking

Junior OF Jake Suddleson hones in on a pitch against Brown last spring.

New Friends
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New Friends

As part of community service efforts, the Harvard baseball team visited Casa de Amor orphanage.

New Friends
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Harvard Baseball Builds New Friendships in Dominican Republic Trip

Over the course of Harvard baseball trip's to the Dominican Republic, the team participated in various community outreach projects, from painting a house in an impoverished village to visiting a local orphanage.

Going Pro
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Going Pro

Righty Noah Zavolas, shown here in action last year, was drafted by the Seattle Mariners in the 18th round of the 2018 MLB Draft.

Focused
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Summer Ball: Rosenblum-Larson, Zavolas Go Pro

After dominant performances in their junior and senior seasons, respectively, both Simon Rosenblum-Larson and Noah Zavolas left the Harvard baseball team to pursue professional ball in the minor leagues this past summer.

Focused
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Focused

Simon Rosenblum-Larson stares in for the sign during a 2017 game against Brown.

Bigge Bang Theory
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On Cloud Nine: Game of the Year, Runner-Up

Baseball tabs nine consecutive runs to crush Dartmouth's playoff ambitions.

Jake My Day
Baseball

Stirring the Pot: Upset of the Year

Embodying their new persona as the 'Bad Boys of Boston,' the Harvard baseball team was the overwhelming underdog heading into Beanpot title matchup.

Stand and Deliver
Baseball

King of the Mound: Male Performance of the Year

Striking out 12 in a matchup on the Ivy League regular season champ's home turf, Noah Zavolas threw a coveted no-hitter against Yale.

Stand and Deliver
Baseball

Stand and Deliver

Zavolas fanned 12 batters in his no-hitter on April 13 against Yale, earning his fourth win of the season.

Bigge Bang Theory
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Bigge Bang Theory

Sophomore Hunter Bigge contributed on the mound and at the plate against Dartmouth, giving up zero runs over four innings and knocking in four RBIs, including a two-run homer.

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