On Wednesday, the Boston College baseball team traveled to Dodd Memorial Stadium in Norwich, Connecticut to take on the St. John's Red Storm for the second consecutive season. The Eagles and Red Storm playing in Connecticut reminded me of this one-year-old article from The Day (CT)'s Mike DiMauro waxing poetic about how BC and UCONN should play more often. You know, the enemy playing a home game in UCONN's home away from home.
For what it's worth, I welcome many more BC-UCONN baseball games be played in the future.
Anyhow, the Eagles fell to St. John's 9-5. I want to show you something. It's my shocked face.
The loss is the Eagles' ninth straight overall, 12th in the last 13 games and 27th of the last 30. The loss also marks a program worst 34th loss on the year with, oh, 12 games to play. That's not good.
Here's Coach Gambino on the loss.
The Eagles are back in action on Friday as they host the Miami Hurricanes at Shea Field. Game starts at 2:30 p.m.