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Ethan Ou 21 receives the 52nd annual Hamill Award outside Newton City Hall Thursday, July 8. Left to right Hamill Award Committee Chair Elliott Loew, Newton North pitcher Ethan Ou, Mayor Ruthanne Fuller, Parks and Recreation Commissioner Nicole Banks. (Photo Courtesy of Ethan Ou)

Ethan Ou '21 wins 52nd Annual Hamill Award

The Newtonite July 24, 2021

By Griffin Bond Ethan Ou ‘21 received the 52nd Annual Hamill Award, given to the best high school baseball player in the city of Newton, Thursday, July 8 in front of city hall. The Hamill Award...

Joe Siciliano (file photo)

Siciliano leaves legacy of support, hard work

Maxwell Lu September 16, 2020

“I always said he was probably going to die on the baseball field, coaching,” said math teacher Brandon Mogayzel about his colleague in the math department Joe Siciliano, who retired more than 50...

Baseball loses to Walpole, looks to improve on offense

Baseball loses to Walpole, looks to improve on offense

Jake Forbes May 14, 2018

Baseball, 5-7, lost to Walpole 3-0 at home last Wednesday in a game where North struggled to get anything going on offense. The first half inning of the game started off well for the Tigers, in part because...

Boys' baseball falls short in last inning comeback

Boys' baseball falls short in last inning comeback

Jake Forbes June 13, 2017

Baseball, 7-4, fell to Weymouth in a 5-2 loss Wednesday, May 3. “We made a few errors which can’t hurt us, but we couldn't get it going on offense which really hurt us,” said sophomore pitcher Justin...

Step Up To Bat: Red Sox Spring Training Finishes Up

Step Up To Bat: Red Sox Spring Training Finishes Up

Will Kharfen April 3, 2016

by William Kharfen As Spring Training finishes up, there is a lot to talk about for Red Sox fans and their World Series hopeful team. As new president Dave Dombrowski took over, fans could see their team...

Thinking Outside The Batters Box is a blog about baseball published every week.

After flurry of key moves, Red Sox back in position to contend in American League

The Newtonite December 17, 2015

by Jacob Gurvis The Boston Red Sox have had quite a busy offseason. They have been active in free agency and the trade market, and have taken enormous steps to regain their dominance in the American League....

Thinking Outside The Batters Box is a blog about baseball published every week.

Red Sox legend David Ortiz calls it quits after 2016 season

The Newtonite December 8, 2015

by Jacob Gurvis The day that all Boston Red Sox fans have been dreading is now upon us. The beloved David Ortiz has announced that he will be retiring after the 2016 season. “Big Papi” has been a fan-favorite...

Thinking Outside The Batters Box is a blog about baseball published every week.

With baseball's offseason upon us, finally some excitement for Red Sox fans

The Newtonite November 8, 2015

by Jacob Gurvis With the New York Mets and the Kansas City Royals facing off in this year’s Fall Classic, we saw incredible pitching, clutch hitting, and incredible comebacks. It was a great week of...

Thinking Outside The Batters Box is a blog about baseball published every week.

Blueprint for success in 2015 starts with ace—just ask the Red Sox

The Newtonite October 22, 2015

by Jacob Gurvis Now that the Red Sox leadership has finally acknowledged that having an ace-less pitching staff does not work, new President of Baseball Operations Dave Dombrowski will work to secure a...

Thinking Outside The Batters Box is a blog about baseball published every week.

Remembering Yogi: Baseball icon Yogi Berra passes away at 90

The Newtonite September 29, 2015

by Jacob Gurvis It’s not very often that someone has so many memorable quotes that they have a type of phrase named after them. It’s not very often that a professional baseball player wins 13 World...

Thinking Outside The Batters Box is a blog about baseball published every week.

Thinking Outside the Batter's Box: Don't look now, but the Red Sox are not all that terrible anymore

The Newtonite September 24, 2015

by Jacob Gurvis The 2015 Boston Red Sox have been a disappointment, to put it lightly. Despite blowing out the bank and giving out hundreds of millions of dollars this past offseason, the Sox have spent...

Baseball plays well, hopes to make Super 8 tournament

Baseball plays well, hopes to make Super 8 tournament

The Newtonite May 26, 2015

by Adam Rabinowitz Baseball, 15-5, has been having a very successful season thus far, highlighted by comeback wins over Norwood and Wellesley. According to senior Theo Resnick, a captain with seniors Curtis...

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