No Shortage of Web Gems on MDW at Dodd Stadium

The defense reached a championship level during the 2018 NEC Baseball Tournament.

Here’s a look at some of the top moments in the field…

 

Blackbird’s Big League Play

LIU Brooklyn second baseman Anthony Warneke produced a real eye-popper with his team protecting a 5-3 lead over Bryant in the sixth inning of Friday’s winners’ bracket game. Ranging deep to his right, Warneke snagged a ball that appeared destined for the outfield and made an acrobatic throw that beat Bryant’s Nick Angelini to first base.

 

Flashing Leather in the Outfield

It looked as if Nick Mascelli had just connected on Wagner’s first hit of the NEC Tournament. Batting with two out and no one on in the bottom of the first, the veteran infielder sent a sinking liner into right field. Coming in and moving fast to the foul line, LIU Brooklyn’s Dom Paiotti got there in the nick of time to snag a ball that seemed destined for the turf.

 

Silvestrone’s Snag In Center

Wagner’s centerfielder Joe Silvestrone began Saturday’s Championship Round contest with some championship caliber glove work. Leading off the game, LIU Brooklyn’s all-NEC outfielder Andrew Smith stroked a liner into shallow center. Silvestrone needed to slide but he made the catch at his shoe tops.

 

Loses Cap, But Makes The Play

Mount St. Mary’s leftfielder Myles Nicholson shows some speed while tracking down for this fly ball off the bat of Wagner’s Freddy Sabido during the fifth inning of Friday’s elimination game. His hat falls to the ground during the play, but the ball lands safely in his glove.

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