Baseball Preview 2013

Baseball Takes On Yale in League Play

The Crimson will take to the baseball diamond against the school’s biggest rival on four different occasions this weekend with second place in the Ivy League’s Red Rolfe division on the line.

Decker Takes the Reins

After the sudden death of longtime baseball coach Joe Walsh, the Harvard program was thrown into flux as the athletic department attempted to find a replacement for the man who led the Crimson for 17 years. Out of the search for a manager emerged Bill Decker, the former head coach at Trinity College.

In Charge

Coach Bill Decker left Trinity, where he had coached for over 20 years, to take over the Crimson in 2013

Alive in Memory

Since the unexpected death of coach Joe Walsh on July 31, something has been different about the Harvard baseball program. For years, whenever one thought of Harvard baseball, Walsh was the first thing to come to mind.

Baseball Seniors Remember Joe Walsh

Seniors on Harvard's baseball team reflect upon their experiences with Joe Walsh, Harvard's baseball coach of 17 years who passed away suddenly on July 31, 2012.

Freshmen Grow Up Quickly

Through 18 non-conference games, Klug, Link, and Poppen have planted themselves firmly in the starting lineup at second base, catcher, and pitcher, respectively.

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