Joey Rose

New Pros Impress
Jason Groome tossed two scoreless innings in his professional debut Monday in Fort Myers, Fla. with the Boston Red Sox Gulf Coast League team.
Groome allowed one hit - a two-out double in the second inning - did not walk a batter and struck out three against the Tampa Bay Rays affiliate...
Hitter of the Year
Baseball is said to be a game of failure, but during his three-year varsity career, Toms River North third baseman Joey Rose has known a different definition of failure than his peers.
Hitters are not supposed to reach base more than they make outs, but that has been Rose’s way of lif…
Diamondbacks Draft TRN's Rose
After performing well against some of the best prep baseball competition in N.J., Toms River North senior Joey Rose will now have a chance to compete against the best competition anywhere.
The Arizona Diamondbacks selected Rose with their fifth-round selection and the No...
Draft Preview
In June of 2009, Major League Baseball staged its First-Year Player Draft from the studio of the newly-launched MLB Network for the first time ever in hopes that its event would build toward becoming what the NFL and NBA had developed in their respective versions of the draft...
Ace Chasers
TOMS RIVER - The Toms River North baseball team had probably done enough on offense through four innings to beat Barnegat and its left-handed ace Jason Groome during Saturday's Ocean County Tournament semifinal.
Instead of sitting on two early unearned runs and protecting the lead against one of the …
Star-Crossed
Considering how carefully opponents have pitched him and how much power he has hit for, Toms River North senior Joey Rose has been arguably the hottest hitter in N.J. this season. On Saturday on his home field, Rose will face a heat check the equivalent of a red-hot three-point shooter pulling up fr…
Early Returns
Toms River, NJ- It took an extra day and exceptional field maintenance from the Toms River North's ground crew to get Monday nights Ocean County Baseball Tournament quarterfinal contest between Toms River North and Jackson Liberty played.
After an all day rain out on Sunday, the game between the Mari…
Slugging Stangs
TOMS RIVER - Twice in its Shore Conference Class A South road game against Toms River North, the Brick Memorial baseball team had a lead that could be considered safe against most teams on most days.
On this particular day, the Mustangs twice coughed up leads of four runs or more in only one inning..…
Garden State Games
A group of 15 Shore Conference stars, including 2015 Gatorade New Jersey Player of the Year Luca Dalatri of Christian Brothers Academy, will play for the Central team in Wednesday's Garden State Games featuring the top underclassmen in New Jersey...
Squan and Done
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TOMS RIVER – In the first tournament game the Manasquan baseball team played this season, the Warriors surrendered four runs in the bottom of the seventh to squander a three-run lead in a Monmouth County Tournament loss to Middletown South...
North Stars
JACKSON – With a team of big hitters and experienced pitchers, Toms River North has high expectations for 2015.
Those big players showed Saturday against defending NJSIAA Group IV champion Jackson Memorial that they are ready to execute the little things to win...
Rose Commits to Oklahoma St.
Toms River North junior shortstop Joey Rose, a Shore Sports Network first-team All-Shore selection as a sophomore, announced Tuesday night that he has verbally committed to Oklahoma State.
Rose had the best statistical season of any hitter in the competitive Class A South in batting ...

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