Comments for: Balentina helps University of Maine beat Bates for 14th consecutive victory

Posted April 18, 2012, at 8:12 p.m.
Last modified April 18, 2012, at 9:21 p.m.

ORONO | Earlier this season, Jon Balentina learned that his surgically repaired left elbow was injured again. Rather than allow the news to derail his senior season, the left-hander from Curacao found a way to contribute. Balentina showed off his new “submarine” delivery Wednesday evening, pitching four scoreless innings …

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  • Anonymous

    Omaha or bust!

    • Anonymous

       You’re moving to Omaha?

      • Anonymous

        Best comment ever!!!  High 5!

  • Anonymous

    Balentina got the win and only pitched 4 innings.  Have the rules for a win changed for starters?

  • Anonymous

    Even though UMO has a 2 game lead over Stony Brook, it’s really misleading because of the pathetic AE scheduling in which UMBC (who UMO only plays 4 games) still has 6 games against Stony Brook.  

    Those will be 6 wins for SB, so how UMO fares against the upper half of the conf opponents (i.e. Albany & Bing) will determine the champion.  This conf needs to be put down.  ;)

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