Tag Archive: Mike Shawaryn

Jun 19

Cubs Sign Maryland Pitcher Stinnett

Maryland pitcher Jake Stinnett agreed to a rookie contract with the Chicago Cubs today. The Cubs selected Stinnett with the 45th pick in the second round of the MLB Player Draft earlier this month. Stinnett reportedly signed for $1 million.

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Jun 01

Maryland Shocks South Carolina 4-3, One Win Away from Supers

In the beginning of the week, I said that it would be crucial for Maryland to win both games that Jake Stinnett and Mike Shawaryn pitched. The Terps beat Old Dominion on Friday with Stinnett on the bump. Today, the Terps also pulled through with Shawaryn on the mound, defeating regional-host South Carolina by a …

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May 30

Columbia Regional Preview and Maryland's Chances

Maryland baseball begins their Road to Omaha today in the Columbia regional. The Terps play Old Dominion at 1:00 today on ESPN3. Let’s take a look at the other three teams in the regional:

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May 23

Watch Out World: Maryland Upends Florida State for 11th Straight Win

Over the past two days, Maryland baseball has sent a message to the rest of the college baseball world: “Watch out for the Terps.” After beating UVA yesterday, Mike Shawaryn threw a gem, and the Terps upset Florida State 5-3. If Virginia beats North Carolina tonight, the Terps will advance to the ACC title game …

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May 12

Terps Sweep Pitt

After a win on Friday night, Maryland Baseball looked to stay on the winning path on Saturday and Sunday. The Terps did just that, as they swept Pitt and stretched their winning streak to eight games. 

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May 04

How Sweep It Is! Maryland Baseball Defeats Notre Dame

Maryland Baseball pulled off a huge sweep this weekend in their final ACC home games. Maryland’s pitching staff shut down Notre Dame as the Terps won three huge games.On Friday night, Jake Stinnett¬†twirled a complete game shutout in the final home start of his career. Stinnett struck out 13 Notre Dame hitters. This was Stinnett’s …

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