Tag: baseball

Alexandria Senators at bat

By Kassidy McDonald │[email protected] The Alexandria Senators, a youth baseball team for players 12 and under, competed in the world’s largest 12U tournament last week....

Alexandria Aces win their first Cal Ripken League championship

Olivia Anderson | [email protected] This past weekend was a momentous one for the Alexandria Aces, who won the Cal Ripken Collegiate Baseball League title for...

Our View: Baseball’s a safe choice

Up until recently, cases of COVID-19 have dropped sharply, and there has been a fascinating range of responses. Today’s page 1 story, “Breaking down...

Poor Robert’s Ruminations with Rob Whittle: A sports column

This month’s column will be on sports. No, not like Tom Boswell, Michael Wilbon or Tony Kornheiser. Well, maybe a little like Kornheiser. Did you...

Our View: “The Boys of Summer” return

The Washington Nationals begin the defense of their World Series title tonight. If that sentence doesn’t give you goosebumps, you may proceed immediately to...

The unsung hero of the ’24 Senators

By Denise Dunbar | [email protected] The Washington Nationals are vying for just the second World Series title in D.C. history. Fans eagerly await the Nationals’...

Ryan Wallace to represent Alexandria at National Miracle League All-Star game

By Cody Mello-Klein | [email protected] Ryan Wallace, a youth participant in the Miracle League of Alexandria, will represent the city at the second annual National...

Alexandria player participates in National Miracle League all-star game

Alexandria’s Miracle League traveled to Ohio to participate in the inaugural National Miracle League All-Star Baseball Games the weekend of Sept. 14. Alexandria player Donald...

Alexandria All-Stars fall in Southeast Regional Tournament

By Duncan Agnew | [email protected] After winning the Virginia Junior League State Tournament in early July, the Alexandria Little League Juniors All-Star team ultimately lost...

Our View: Metro is an ongoing train wreck

Just when it seemed the news couldn’t get any worse for the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, on Sunday it did just that: Metro...