Josh Jackson

Second Wave
Second Wave
PHILADELPHIA - The first Carpenter Cup semifinal Friday at Citizens Bank Park looked early on like it would be another low-scoring, pitcher-friendly game involving the Jersey Shore. Once the second wave of players entered the game in the fifth inning, however, an full-on slugfest erupted and the Shore squad had enough firepower to advance to the championship game with a 12-7 win over Olympic-Colon
Action Jackson
Action Jackson
A hitter getting respect from an opponent usually means not seeing many fastballs and getting a steady diet of breaking stuff on the outer half of the plate. A team getting respect means having to frequently face opponents' No. 1 pitchers, who are often lined up specifically to face a challenging lineup...
Instant Answer
Instant Answer
MANASQUAN - Scoring two first-inning runs against a Division I recruit on the mound with a smattering of Major League scouts on hand will get any team pumped up and unbeaten Monmouth Regional was no exception Tuesday. The Falcons - the No...