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From Coach Carlesi

March 12, 2018

Tomorrow’s game vs Bronx Sci has been canceled do to weather. No reschedule date has been made.

From Coach Nardiello

September 12, 2017

There will be a JV Baseball meeting tomorrow - Wednesday, September 13th - for all new and returning players. Meet on the 5th floor outside the locker rooms after 10th period.

- Coach Hahn

  1. Stuy Alumni in the News: Nathan Chandler

    I’d like to congratulate Nathan Chandler, class of 2016, on his first college win yesterday for Kenyon College. Nathan battled back from TJ surgery during his senior year at Stuy and worked hard to get back to top form. We are very proud of him.
    [Coach Carlesi via Facebook]

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  2. Upcoming Varsity Baseball Pre-Season Games

    • Friday, March 9th vs Madison HS at Pier 40 (if there is no water on the field)
    • Monday, March 12th vs Chelsea HS at Pier 40
    • Wednesday, March 14th vs Trinity HS at Pier 40
    • Thursday, March 15th vs Berkley Carroll HS at Pier 40
    • Saturday, March 17th vs Lincoln HS at Lincoln HS 11am

    Note: Pier 40 games will start at about 4pm/4:15pm

  3. Florida Reminder

    Hi everyone,

    As the varsity gets ready to head to Florida later today, just a few reminders.

    • Make sure the boys have ID. Passport, NYC ID or school ID.
    • No liquids more than 4 ounces
    • Last years Stuy gear including hats. We are not wearing uniforms for scrimmages.
    • About $150 in spending money.
    • Do not overpack, space is limited in vans plus we have washer and dryers at the condo’s. I will supply detergent and teach them how to do laundry if need so.
    • Be at the airport around 4:30. We will meet at group check-in for United Airlines, terminal C.

    If you have any concerns, please don’t hesitate to contact me.

    See you at the airport,
    Coach Carlesi

  4. Dear Parents and Players,

    We hope that your summer is going well. We know it’s only July, but it is time to get ready for the 2017/2018 baseball season. We will have a fall tryout season starting on or about September 18th through October 28th for the Varsity and JV tryouts.

    Please have your medical and consent forms completed by September 10th. The medical form must be completely filled out including the medical history, doctor’s exam part and parent’s signature and student information, doctor’s stamp, date of medical and the doctor’s license number and signature. Without this information you cannot participate.

    Also please fill out all the spaces on the parent consent form that call for your initials. If you are playing a fall sport your medical is good for baseball, but you will need a new consent form. All forms can be found at www.psal.org or www.stuybaseball.org.

    There will be a meeting for all players during the first week of school, a parents meeting will be announced when school begins. In the mean time please stay in baseball shape, get to the cages and throw during the summer.

    Enjoy the rest of the summer!!!!

    Coach Carlesi
    Coach Hahn
    Coach Nardiello


  5. George Washington (9) vs. JV Peglegs (5)

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    [From Facebook – Coach Nardiello]

    Another excellent season comes to a close.. with a 9-5 loss to GW. We out-hit them, 10-9 but were felled by the 2 aspects that usually are solid: def & base-running. Cooper Nissenbaum was outstanding on the hill (most of their runs were unearned), but we had 5 errors behind him. Matthew Deutsch was strong in relief…Ben Zenker and Owen Potter had huge clutch hits (drove in 2/3 apiece) and if we did this one again, we feel the outcome would be different. But that is baseball! Thanks for a wonderful season, all.

    [Edited from GameChanger]

    Despite Collecting Ten Hits, Stuyvesant Peglegs JV Falls To George Washington HS

    Even though Stuyvesant collected ten hits to George Washington HS ‘s nine, they still fell 9-5 on Friday. George Washington captured the lead in the first inning. Stuyvesant knotted the game up at one in the bottom of the first inning, scoring one run when Ben Zenker singled with two outs. George Washington took the lead for good with five runs in the third inning. Stuyvesant collected ten hits. Owen Potter, Max Mah, Zenker, and Matt Deutsch each collected multiple hits for the Peglegs.

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  6. Louis Brandeis (4) vs. JV Peglegs (14)

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    [Facebook – Coach Nardiello]

    Stuy JV baseball stays undefeated by a 14-4 score Wed. at Pier 40 (ended by mercy-rule during bottom of 4th inning when Eli Thompson crossed the plate). Another strong start by Max Mah was supported with a 10-hit attack. Each player had a plate appearance (team batted .455). Matthew Deutsch was 2-2 with a triple and 2 rbi. Daniel Kim tripled. Henry Carver connected on our season’s first HR. Ben Zenker had 3 rbi. Owen Potter had 2 hits, scored 2x and had a game-high 4 stolen bases.

    [From GameChanger]

    Stuyvesant Jumps Out To Early Lead In Victory Over Brandeis

    • Stuyvesant grabbed an early lead on its way to a 14-4 victory over Brandeis on Wednesday. Stuyvesant scored on a walk , a triple by Matt Deutsch, and an error in the first inning.
    • Stuyvesant scored seven runs in the second inning. The big inning was thanks to a single by Matt Deutsch, a single by Ben Zenker, a home run by Henry Carver, a walk by Leo Greenleaf, and a single by Owen Potter.
    • Max Mah earned the win for Stuyvesant. He tossed four innings, allowing four runs, two hits, and striking out eight.
    • Stuyvesant had ten hits in the game. Potter and Deutsch each collected multiple hits for Stuyvesant. Deutsch and Potter all had two hits to lead Stuyvesant  Stuyvesant tore up the base paths, as two players stole at least two bases. Potter led the way with three.
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  7. Two Peglegs Honored for 2017 Heroics

    [Facebook – Coach Carlesi]

    It is with great pride that I get to announce that two of our varsity players will be receiving awards before Monday nights baseball championship game at Yankee stadium. Senior Jack Archer for most home runs in PSAL with 3 and sophomore Jeremy Rubin for most saves 5.
    We the coaches are so proud of these two players as well as the whole team for a great and memorable season. This was just the icing on the cake.
    The coaches.

  8. Graphic Communication Arts (1) vs. JV Peglegs (13)

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    [Facebook – Coach Nardiello]

    Stuy JV swept the 2-game series from Graphics on Thursday, 13-1 at Pier 40 behind Ben Zenker’s first game-started (7 K’s 0 R 2 H 1 BB) and a full team effort. Scoring 3 runs apiece were Owen Potter (3-for-3, 3 rbi), Franklin Liou (1-1, HBP 2 BB, 5 SBs) and Isaac Chasen — part of an offense that had 7 hits, 7 walks and ran wild with 17 bases in 5 innings including 3 by Brandon and Cooper. (Owen, Franklin and Cooper stole home.) Our defense was solid, and killed every late chance for them to rally back.

    [Edited from GameChanger]

    Stuyvesant Peglegs JV Jumps Out To Early Lead In Victory Over Graphic Communication Arts

    Stuyvesant grabbed an early lead on its way to a 13-1 victory over Graphic Communication Arts on Thursday. Ben Zenker earned the win for the Peglegs . He went three innings, allowing no runs, two hits, striking out seven, and walking one. Two relievers helped Stuyvesant close out the victory. Daniel Kim threw one and one-third innings.

    Owen Potter led Stuyvesant with three runs batted in. He went 3-for-3 on the day. The Peglegs tore up the base paths, as five players stole at least two bases. Frank Liou led the way with four. Stuyvesant didn’t commit a single error in the field. Isaac Chasen had seven chances in the field, the most on the team.

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  9. JV Peglegs (14) vs. Graphic Communication Arts (1)

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    [From Facebook – Coach Nardiello] Stuy’s JV beat Graphics Campus, 14-1 in the first game of a two-game series – as Cooper K’s 8 over 3 innings, and Matthew Deutsch shuts them down in another. Brandon Rimmy, Cooper Nissenbaum and Matt had 2 hits apiece of the team’s 9 hits. Stuy JV hosts Graphics at Pier 40 on Thursday trying for the series sweep.


    [Edited from GameChanger]

    Stuyvesant Peglegs JV Jumps Out To Early Lead In Victory Over Graphic Communication Arts

    Stuyvesant took an early lead in the first inning. An error scored one run for Stuyvesant Peglegs JV.

    Stuyvesant scored six runs in the fourth inning, on a single by Brandon Rimmy, a stolen base , a single by Owen Potter, a single by Matt Deutsch, and a fielder’s choice by Ben Zenker.

    Cooper Nissenbaum earned the win for Stuyvesant. He went three innings, giving up one run, three hits, and striking out eight. Stuyvesant had nine hits in the game. Rimmy, Nissenbaum, and Deutsch each collected multiple hits. Stuyvesant didn’t commit a single error in the field. Henry Carver had 12 chances in the field, the most on the team. The Peglegs stole 11 bases during the game as four players stole more than one. Zenker led the way with two.

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  10. Congratulations on a Great Season

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    [Facebook–Coach Carlesi] It is with great disappointment that I have to report that the Stuyvesant Peglegs season came to end today with a loss to Staten Island Tech HS, 3-0. Though this loss hurt, I wouldn’t have traded this season for the world. I want to thank all the seniors for all your hard work over the years and to the parents who put up with us too. Thank you to our captains Jack Archer, Tobias Lange, Solomon Medintz and Kenneth Chu for leading us to the best seeding Stuyvesant has ever had. Thanks to the rest of the seniors Joseph Halim, Lucian Wells, Danny Gendler, Daniel Scherzer, Dean Steinman, Sebastian Dittgen, and Wilson Wong. You will be greatly missed.

    The Coaches