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About tscott

Tim Scott is a freshman at Syracuse University. Tim is the Media Relations Coordinator for the Newport Gulls (New England Collegiate Baseball League), where he writes game stories, compiles the game notes, hosts the Pregame and Postgame shows, and fills in for the lead broadcaster on occasion. Before graduating from Barrington High School in 2014, Tim was the Sports Anchor for Sunrise, a New England Emmy Award winning student television show, and the Editor-in-Chief of the Talon (BHS's student newspaper).

The Rise and Fall of Daniel Bard

In 2010, Boston Red Sox fans believed they had found their future closer if Jonathan Papelbon chose to pursue other opportunities. At the time, this 24-year old reliever was coming off his rookie season, wowing scouts and fans with his … Continue reading

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Should Baseball be an Olympic Sport?

by TIM SCOTT The glory of winning Olympic gold, the pride of representing your nation, and the dreams of success on the international stage are the driving forces behind anybody’s Olympic aspirations. Whether it be in the summer, or in … Continue reading

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Hernandez Scandal Shows Athletes Are Not Exempt from the Pressures of the Law

BY TIM SCOTT In the world of professional sports, athletes are looked up to near-demigod status by several admirers. Whenever an athlete makes an exceptional play or does an incredible feat to give his or her team a victory, people … Continue reading

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2013 Newport Gulls Roster Preview

BY TIM SCOTT After taking home the 2012 New England Collegiate Baseball League (NECBL) championship (the fifth in franchise history), the Newport Gulls look to add another Fay Vincent Cup to their collection. Being the number-one ranked summer baseball team … Continue reading

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RED SOX: All Pieces Falling into Place in April

BY TIM SCOTT A far cry from the dread and weariness of the 2012 season, the Boston Red Sox have come together as a team, and have produced at a higher level throughout their first 23 games. Entering Saturday’s game … Continue reading

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Close Games Bring Intensity to RIIL Open Tournament

BY TIM SCOTT Throughout Rhode Island, there were many intense basketball games that changed the outcomes of several teams’ destinies. When the maximum margin of victory was just five points, the closeness and tension associated with the eight postseason games … Continue reading

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2013 RIIL Open State Tournament Preview

BY TIM SCOTT For the third year, the Rhode Island Interscholastic League will be hosting their annual Open State Tournament. This year’s tournament will feature sixteen of the state’s best teams, and will culminate with the eventual state champion. Each … Continue reading

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Red Sox 5, Cardinals 3: All the Elements Play in Favor of Sox’ First Spring Win

by TIM SCOTT JUPITER, Fla. — After a 4-3 loss at the hands of the Tampa Bay Rays, the Boston Red Sox were determined to win their first Grapefruit League game of the season. Taking on the St. Louis Cardinals, … Continue reading

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Rays 4, Red Sox 3: Despite loss, plenty of optimism for 2013 Sox season after Spring Training opener

by TIM SCOTT FORT MYERS, Fla. — The freshness of the air, and the beautiful sunshine shining down on the bristling green grass means only one thing to baseball fans: the beginning of a new season. As fans began to … Continue reading

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As NCAA Tournament Approaches, New England Rankings Tighten

by TIM SCOTT With less than a month remaining before Selection Sunday, many NCAA teams are battling for spots in numerous postseason tournaments. Notably, in Division I, there are many battleground conferences that may go down to the wire during … Continue reading

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