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Jose Fernandez is likely headed for Tommy John surgery (Getty Images).
Jose Fernandez is likely headed for Tommy John surgery (Getty Images).
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Advice to Young Pitchers and Parents

Twenty-one year-old Miami Marlins ace pitcher Jose Fernandez unfortunately appears like he could be the next victim of Tommy John surgery.

The reigning National League Rookie of the Year winner went on the disabled list Monday with elbow inflammation and people within baseball are expecting Tommy John to be needed

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HS Baseball Tonight at Joe Bruno Stadium

Friday night will mark the final installment of the “Friday Night Lights” high school baseball series at Joe Bruno Stadium.

La Salle will take on Troy at 4 p.m. while Guilderland and Columbia will battle at 7 p

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Jeff Hoffman to Undergo Tommy John Surgery

East Carolina University pitcher and top MLB draft prospect Jeff Hoffman will undergo season-ending Tommy John surgery next week.

The news was officially announced on Wednesday by ECU head coach Billy Goodwin

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On the Farm: Shen Grad Rolling

Shenendehowa graduate Murphy Smith continues to impress for the Midland Rockhounds, the AA affiliate of the Oakland Athletics.

So far, Smith is third on the Rockhounds in innings pitched -- and that comes while working exclusively out of the bullpen

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Cremo, Rooney Named NYS Players of the Year

After a phenomenal winter season, the recognition keeps rolling in for Section II's best basketball players.

Joe Cremo (Scotia) was named the NYS Class A Player of the Year after helping lead the Tartans to the Section II, Regional, State and Federation championships

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First State Baseball Rankings Released

New York State released its first set of baseball rankings yesterday. The rankings include games through April 21.

Several Section II teams are represented in the poll including Shenendehowa (No. 2 Class AA) and Nisakayuna (No

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Murphy Smith Works 3.1 Scoreless

Murphy Smith worked 3.1 more scoreless innings on Sunday for the Midland Rockhounds.

The Rockhounds are the AA affiliate for the Oakland Athletics. Smith, a Shenendehowa graduate (2006), is just two steps away from the major leagues

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Local Product Gives Back to Local Players

Do you know what some of the best players in the Capital Region have in common?

Did you watch Section II basketball this season and wonder how some of these players got so good?

Chances are, they are working out with Steve Dagostino

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Getting to Know the State Champs (Audio)

In the days where some people just use high school athletics as a venue to get to college athletics, it’s sometimes hard to remember what is so great about high school sports.

It’s the camaraderie of playing with the kids you grew up with

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Breaking Down the Federation: Albany Academy (Audio)

Tonight marks the beginning of the New York State Federation Tournament of Champions, and thus ends our team previews.

But perhaps we saved the best for last. Albany Academy is the reigning Federation champ in Class A and they’ll look to repeat this weekend. The Cadets open up with the No. 1 team in New York State, Scotia, tonight at 8:30 at the Times Union Center.

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Breaking Down the Federation: Scotia (Audio)

Today it’s part two of our three-day series to preview the New York State Federation Tournament of Champions.

We kick off our Class A preview by looking at the Scotia-Glenville Tartans, who will take on reigning federation champion Albany Academy on Friday, 8:30 p

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Jamil Hood Jr. handles the ball against Guilderland in the Class AA final.
Jamil Hood Jr. handles the ball against Guilderland in the Class AA final.
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Breaking Down the Federation: Green Tech (Audio)

This is the last weekend of the high school basketball season. And for Section II, it’s been an awesome run – three state championships for the boys representing the Capital Region.

But now it’s Federation time as we welcome in the teams from New York City – and the independents --  to see who the true best team in the state is

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