Category Archives: Baseball/Softball

Top playoff plays softball, baseball

The games we have covered in this year’s playoff season for softball and baseball have included some great plays, moments and some just worth seeing again.

LCHS’ Jankowski makes great catch

Lancaster Catholic 2009 graduate Travis Jankowski is playing for the San Antonio Missions, the AA minor league team for the San Diego Padres. Here he is this week making an…

CC’s Fisher doing great in minors

Cedar Crest graduate Derek Fisher, who was drafted by the Houston Astro’s in June 2014, is off to a fast start playing for his first professional baseball team, the Tri-City…

SWS Wins Midget New Era Title

Here are the video highlights of the 2014 Midget New Era Finals Championship game held last night at Clipper Stadium. The Pioneers won in the bottom of the 8th inning…

Township wins New Era M-M Title

The future of baseball in the L-L League is secure if Friday’s 12u Midget-Midget New Era championship matchup between the Manheim Township Streaks and the Warwick Phillies is any indication….

Is a softball or baseball easier to hit?

It’s been said by many sports pundits that hitting a baseball is the hardest thing to do in sports. If so, then what about a softball? Here is Olympic Gold…

Ephrata Post 429 wins District Title

Ephrata Post 429 swept a doubleheader against Penn Manor Monday by scores of 2-1 and 8-3 to claim the 2014 District 10 Regular Season Legion Ball Championship. The walkoff single…

Fisher signs $1.5 million with Astros

Astros Director of Amateur Scouting Mike Elias, left, and GM Jeff Luhnow, right, take a photo after introducing Derek Fisher to the media on Tuesday. Derek, a 2009 Cedar Crest…

CC’s Derek Fisher in CWS Finals

Cedar Crest graduate Derek Fisher is the only baseball player from the LL League to play in the College World Series Final. In fact he played a major role in…

Falcons runner up in AAAA-Finals

The Lower Dauphin Falcons were the last District 3 team to still be playing this Spring season and they were doing so for a PIAA state championship. Unfortunately they came…