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4/19/18
NO GAME TODAY (Thursday, 4/19) vs CSI in Staten Island. Coach Timmons from CSI has texted Coach Rodriguez stating today’s game has been postponed.


4/17/18
The Engineers baseball team stun #1 ranked and undefeated 2017 PSAL AA champion Petrides (S.I.) HS 10-0, ending their 24 game winning streak. Staten Island Petrides HS came to Brooklyn today ranked #1 in the entire PSAL AA division but ran into a buzz saw at the Parade Grounds. Only the umpires showed mercy on the visiting Panthers ending the game in the 5th inning after the Engineers scored their 10th run.
The Engineers 10-0 shellacking of the Panthers was their worst loss since an 8-0 defeat to Lincoln HS in 2015. Petrides HS ran the table in 2017 going 16-0 in the regular season and then 4-0 in the playoffs capped off by their AA championship at Yankee Stadium last June. Along the way, the Engineers twice proved to be their toughest foe, including a hard fought quarterfinal 4-2 loss on the Panthers home field. Today, however the Engineers avenged those 2017 losses with a resounding victory on a windy, chilly day at the Parade Grounds.
Petrides HS started the 2018 season averaging almost 10 runs a game — until they faced Senior Frank Adams who shut them down & out with a complete game and 13 strikeouts. Adams has now amassed 30 K’s in a mere 12 innings this season, good for 6th place in all PSAL divisions, not just AA. Adams also got payback having been the losing pitcher in the 2017 quarterfinal game. Entering the 2018 season, Coach Mike Rodriguez’s main concern was replacing the offensive void left by his 2017 senior hitters Lucas Hoye (.400 BA) and John Sutera (.537 BA). However, after today’s rout the Engineers are now averaging 13+ runs per game — including just under 20 runs over the last three.  The Engineers also stole 5 bases today. Today’s game marked the official BTHS debut of Assistant Coach, Adrian Castano (Cardozo HS ’13, former PSAL Wingate Player of the Year) who manned the 1B coaching box for the Engineers.
BTHS is now 4-1 in league play and as of tonight alone in 2nd place in the Brooklyn AA League a half game ahead of EBC/Bushwick (3-1) and a half game behind 1st place Harry Van Arsdale EC (4-0).

Highlights:
CF Zach Gee  (’19) started the offense with a deep 2-run double.  He added 2 walks and also scored 2 runs. C Andy Santella (’19) not only called a great game, but was 3 for 3 with a walk and 5 RBIs. 2B Luca Vasiliu (’20) also had a good game with 3 singles, 3 runs scored and a stolen base. Vasiliu is now the #3 hitter in the entire AA division with a .750 BA. 3B Victor Riso (’19) added a 2-run single — the hardest hit ball of  the day, a scorching line drive to RF — and later came around to score.  Riso is now hitting .600 for the season. SS Miles Ahlgrim  (’18) went 2 for 4 and actually saw his .700 batting avg. decline.  But in the field Ahlgrim had a clean game at SS and made a hard play look simple taking a slow grounder on the run to throw out a hitter.


4/13/18
The Engineers baseball team routs (again!) Juan Morel Campos Secondary School 20-0. 48 hours after trouncing Juan Morel Campos Secondary School 25-0, the Engineers continued their rampage with 20 more runs and 12 hits over an outmanned Brooklyn AA in-league rival, Juan Morel Campos Secondary School.

The Engineers didn’t waste any time scoring 12 runs in the 1st inning allowing Coach Mike Rodriguez to substitute liberally throughout the shortened game. Starting pitcher Jackson Morris (’19) had excellent tempo in his quick 3 innings of work, striking out 6 on 39 pitches and unofficially hitting 79mph on his fastball. BTHS is now 3-1 in the first quarter of league play and tied for 2nd place in the Brooklyn AA league with EBC/Bushwick, both teams one game behind 1st place Harry Van Arsdale EC (4-0).

Highlights: CF Zach Gee (’19) almost hit for the cycle only needing a single in his last at-bat but was hit by a pitch to end his day 3 for 3 with 4 runs scored and 5 RBIs. 1B Frank Adams (’18) went 2 for 2 with 2 walks and 3 RBIs. SS Miles Ahlgrim (’18) continued his offensive surge going 2 for 2 with 2 runs scored and 2 RBIs.  Ahlgrim is now hitting .700 for the season. Leadoff hitter RF Jasper Stoddard (’19) had a relatively quiet day at the plate going 0 for 1 but is still the #2 hitter in all divisions of the PSAL sporting an .857 batting average. Coach Rodriguez was able to use the offensive cushion to give JRs. Milo McCurdy and Jake Schnall an opportunity to pitch in the 4th and both combined to strike out the side.

Next Tuesday (4/17/18) the Engineers seek payback for their 2017 AA quarterfinal playoff loss to S.I. Petrides HS who comes to the Parade Grounds for a non-league matchup.  Petrides HS was ranked #1 in the PSAL pre-season coaches poll while BTHS was voted #5.  The Panthers come to Brooklyn with a 23 game winning streak over the last season and a half, including 3-0 this season. Tonight the Friends of Brooklyn Tech Baseball booster club will be setting up a fundraiser concession stand at the auditorium lobby for Talent Night.  Please come support the team!


4/10/18

The Engineers baseball team returned from spring break and trounced Juan Morel Campos Secondary School 25-0. After a week of cancelled baseball games and scrimmages over the break, Coach Mike Rodriguez’s Engineers returned to their winning ways with their biggest offensive output of the young season, 25-0 via 14 hits over an outmanned Brooklyn AA in-league rival, Juan Morel Campos Secondary School.

After surging to a 4-0 lead in the first two innings, the visiting Engineers erupted for 14 runs in the 3rd to put the game far out of reach. Starting pitcher Frank Adams (’18) actually had to re-warm up in the bullpen before going out for his 3rd frame as the Engineers’ half inning took almost a half hour to complete due to the offensive fireworks. Ultimately, the umpires called the game after the 4th inning at the request of the JMC/SS coach who only had nine players on hand and his first two pitchers had thrown over 150 pitches in three innings with 17 walks overall.

BTHS is now 2-1 in early league play and tied for 2nd place in the Brooklyn AA league with EBC/Bushwick, both teams one game behind 1st place Harry Van Arsdale EC (3-0).

Highlights: Senior Frank Adams was masterful tossing a 2-hit, 9 strikeout complete game shutout over a 4 innings and 60 efficient pitches with only 1 walk.  Over the first two innings, Adams struck out six batters in a row. Leadoff hitter, RF Jasper Stoddard (’19) continued his scorching offensive season scoring 5 runs in 5 plate appearances, while maintaining his 1.000 batting average. Left-hand hitting DH Jacob Gil (’21) came off the bench and made his PSAL debut with a double, two RBI’s, two walks. Other Freshman to see action today included Noble Cardoze, Benjamin Agate, Matthew Kue as well as Sophomore Logan Walsh. 1B Jackson Morris scored three runs and played head’s up defense snagging a runner with a deft tag off of a quick pickoff throw from Adams and nailing a runner at 3B with a laser beam to fellow Jr. Victor Riso (’19). 3B Victor Riso (’19) went 2 for 2 with 2 RBIs. LF Otto Horiuchi (’20) scored three runs off a walk, HBP and his first hit of the season, a line drive single to CF. Catcher Andy Santella (’19) and CF Zach Gee (’19) both went 2 for 4 with Gee driving in the first runs of the game. Shortstop Luca Vasiliu (’20) went 1 for 2 with 2 walks, 2 runs and 2 RBIs while his double play partner, 2B Miles Ahlgrim (’18) went 3 for 3 with 2 runs scored.

The Engineers return to the Parade Grounds on Thursday, 4/12/18, 4pm at Field #7 Parade Grounds to wrap up their series with Juan Morel Campos Secondary School.

Please come out and support the Engineers as they continue their march to the PSAL AA 2018 championship at Yankee Stadium this June. Go Engineers!

3/30/18

The BTHS Engineers lost 2-1 in a pitching duel to EBC/Bushwick Leaders who avenged their loss to Tech on Thursday.

The Engineers 5 game winning streak (including the pre-season) came to an abrupt halt Thursday afternoon at Lincoln Terrace Park in Crown Heights vs the EBC/Bushwick Leaders, 2-1. Despite strong pitching and solid contact by the Engineers, the opportunistic Leaders parleyed their meager offense (2 hits, 3 walks) into 2 runs which stood up despite 7 hits by the visiting Engineers. For Coach Mike Rodriguez’s offense it was one of those days when every shot off the bat with runners in scoring position landed in a Leaders’glove — the Engineers stranding 8 runners on base.BTHS is now 1-1 in early league play, one game behind 1st place Harry Van Arsdale EC (2-0) and a half game behind Benjamin Banneker Academy

Seniors Adam Sankarsingh and Frank Adams each pitched 3 innings and combined for 13 strikeouts with Adams not giving up a walk.  Leadoff hitter, RF Jasper Stoddard (’19) continued his torrid hitting going 4 for 4 with three singles and a double. Having gone 1 for 1 in the season opener Stoddard is now batting 1.000 overall in two PSAL league games to date. 3B Matteo Mallino (’20) doubled in his only at bat and came around to score on a ground out by catcher Andy Santella (’19).

ON DECK: 4.  Over spring break, the Engineers are scheduled to scrimmage against Specialized HS rival, Stuyvesant HS at the Parade Grounds at 1pm on Tuesday, 4/3/18. 5.  The Engineers return to PSAL league action on Tuesday, 4/10/18, 4pm at Field #7 Parade Grounds taking on another Brooklyn AA rival, Juan Morel Campos Secondary School. Please come out and support the Engineers as they continue their march to the PSAL AA 2018 championship at Yankee Stadium this June.Go Engineers!


3/28/18

Thank you all that volunteered time and donated at the fundraiser during College Night. We appreciate your time, donations and efforts!!!


3/27/18

Building on their undefeated (4-0) non-league schedule, the defending Brooklyn AA champion Engineers opened their 2018 PSAL season with an 11-1 victory over in-league rival, EBC/Bushwick Leaders.

Jackson Morris (’19) received the opening game nod from Coach Mike Rodriguez and responded with a six inning complete game, including 11 strikeouts on 79 pitches.  Morris’s curve ball was particularly effective with many Leaders’ hitters caught looking for strike three.

Despite the final score, the Engineers were actually behind 0-1 after the top of the 3rd inning.  But thanks to head’s up base running by leadoff hitter, Jasper Stoddard (’19) the Engineers tied the score in the bottom of the 3rd when Stoddard scored from 3B on an overthrow by the catcher.  Stoddard continued to excel at the plate hitting a triple to drive in two more runs later in the inning.

Freshman Matthew Kue (’21) made his PSAL league debut and laced a single in his first at-bat while another freshman, Noble Cardoze (’21) ran for Kue and scored on Stoddard’s triple. 1B Frank Adams (’18), DH Koby Lee (’19), SS Miles Ahlgrim (’18), CF Zach Gee (’19) each collecting two hits apiece. LF Harrison Yamada (’19) driving in two runs. 2B Luca Vasiliu (’20) entered the game in the 4th inning but still managed to get on base twice with a walk and a single and scored two runs.

While not registered in the PSAL box score, catcher Andy Santella (’19) threw out three Leaders’ runners attempting to steal 2B (twice) and 3B (once).

Next Up: The Engineers complete their home and away series with EBC/Bushwick Leaders in Crown Heights/Brownsville on Thursday at 4pm.  Go Engineers!


3/26/18

Thank you to the Yamada family for hosting the Brooklyn Tech Baseball Team meet and greet. It was great meeting the coaches, parents and players of the Baseball Team. It was a fun filled evening with great food, cheer and baseball talk! Thank you all who were able to attend. It was a great way to gear up for opening day which is tomorrow at the Parade Grounds. If you can make it, come cheer your Engineers on!


3/20/18

The Engineers traveled to American Legion field in Canarsie for an intersectional PSAL/CHSAA scrimmage vs. Nazareth Regional HS from Crown Heights.  Last season, the Kingsman defeated BTHS 6-1 at the Parade Grounds but on Monday Coach Mike Rodriguez’s team avenged that loss by overpowering their opponent 10-2. Frank Adams (’18) started and pitched three scoreless innings, backed by solid defense. Offensively, Brooklyn Tech pounded out 8 hits, including 2 hits by Frank Adams (’18) and a run scoring triple by Zachary Gee (’19) who leads the team in slugging % early in the year. On hand to observe the Engineers 4th pre-season victory in a row was PSAL baseball commissioner Robert Pertsas as well as a half-dozen Engineer families who car-pooled the team to Carnarsie. Go Engineers!


3/16/18

The undefeated BTHS Engineers continued their pre-season success with a 4-3 win vs. The Scholars Academy at Ft. Tilden on Thursday 3/15. Scholar’s Academy scored in the first inning, but then Jackson Morris (’19) came in to relieve and stifled Scholar’s Academy holding them scoreless for the next 4 innings. The Engineers battled back and scored 4 runs on 5 walks, 4 stolen bases, RBI’s by Frank Adams (’18) and Matthew Kue (’21), and hits by Zachary Gee (’19), Miles Ahlgrim (’18), and Harrison Yamada (’19). Scholar’s Academy rallied late in the game scoring another two runs, but Zachary Gee (’19) stymied the Sea Wolves with his sidearm delivery and pitched out of a jam in the 6th to save the game. Go Engineers!


3/14/18

The BTHS Engineers followed up on their opening scrimmage shutout with another pitching gem, a 2-0 win over AAA HSTAT at Bay 8 field at Dyker Beach Park. Frank Adams (’18) pitched 4 stellar innings keeping Telecomm off balance and off the bases. Matthew Kue (’21) the younger brother of former Tech baseball player Nathan Kue (’16) made his Tech pitching debut for a scoreless 5th inning. Timothy Murphy (’21) and Zachary Gee (’19) combined in the 6th inning to keep the shutout in order. Behind the great pitching was an equally great game called by catcher Koby Lee (’19), and stellar defense all around.Offensively, Tech received  6 hits total including singles from Miles Alhgrim (’18), Matteo Mallino (’20), Koby Lee (’19) and Harrison Yamada (’19).  Jackson Morris (’19) hit a scorching triple down the left line, and was brought in with a HOME RUN by Zachary Gee (’19). Exciting win over the 2013 AAA Champion Telecommunications H.S. with contributions from all players. Go Engineers!


3/12/18

The BTHS Engineers opened their 2018 season with non-league scrimmage shutting out Prospect Heights Campus, 4-0. The BTHS Engineers relied on their stalwart pitching to shut out Prospect Heights Campus, 4-0 at Old Boys & Girls HS field in Crown Heights. Coach Mike Rodriguez distributed pre-season work to pitchers Chris Vergara (’18), Jackson Morris (’19), Frank Adams (’18), Jacob Schnall (’19) and Timothy Murphy (’21) for the combined shutout. The Engineers scored early by capitalizing on a wild pitch for their first run and an error for their second. Right fielder Otto Horiuchi (’20) blooped a double for two insurance RBIs. The Engineers also received hits from Miles Ahlgrim (’18), Jasper Stoddard (’19) and Chris Vergara (’18). Go Engineers!


2/28/18

Upcoming Spring 2018 Scrimmages

Monday March 12th at Old Boys High School at 4:30 pm 2018 vs. Prospect Heights. Wear Blue Jerseys.
Tuesday March 13th at Bay 8th Street Field at 4:00 pm vs. HSTAT
Wednesday March 14th at TBA at 4:00 pm vs. Midwood
Thursday March 15th at Fort Tilden, 169 Sate Road, Queens NY 11697 at 4:00 pm vs. Scholars Academy
Friday March 16th @ Randall’s Island at 4:00 pm vs. Eleanor Roosevelt
Monday March 19th @ American Legion at 4:00 pm vs. Nazareth.
Tuesday March 20th @ Randall’s Island at 4 pm vs. Brandeis
Saturday March 31st  @ Bergtraum @ 11 am vs. Bergtraum


2/15/18

BTHS baseball Coach Mike Rodriguez held an informational meeting on February 6, 2018 during 11th period to address both returning varsity and prospective players for the 2018 spring team in his classroom, 3W8. Baseball Meeting 2.8.18. Recap


2/11/18

Get ready for the Baseball Season to start! The PSAL schedules have been posted, here is the link: http://www.psal.org/profiles/team-profile.aspx#006/13507

Go Engineers!


12/6/17

Interested in some cool Tech Baseball Gear while supporting the team at the same time? Click here to purchase!


Thank you all who volunteered, donated, baked, cooked and bought during our Fall Play Fundraiser. Over the 2 day fundraiser we earned a total of $720 for the team! At the end of the night, our inventory of soda, popcorn, dumplings and baked goods were gone. Thanks to for all your work, team spirit and stamina, this event was a big success. Go Engineers!!!


12/2/17

Baseball Club News

Please make sure to enter on TeamSnap if you are able or unable to attend.

  • Event: Workout in Brooklyn Tech Basement gym
  • Label: Workout
  • Date/Time: Wed, Nov 29, 2017 at 3:45 PM – 4:45 PM (Arrive at 3:40 PM).
  • Location: Brooklyn Tech Basement gym (Brooklyn Tech)

11/10/17

Bake Sale was a Success!

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Thank you all parents and players who baked, donated and volunteered their time to the first Friends of Brooklyn Tech Baseball Fundraiser. It was a great success and helped to reach our goals this year!


October 2017

FTB 2016-2017 Recap and Brooklyn Tech Baseball Parent/Player Meeting was a great success!

Thank you all who attended our first meet and greet. Through last year’s fundraising efforts, the FTB (Friends of Brooklyn Tech Baseball) was able to fund an Assistant Coach, purchase baseballs, pay for field permits, umpires, rent batting cage time and have an end of year celebration.

Coach Rodriguez and FTB Board Members discussed goals and fundraising for this school year. Our main goals this year is to fundraise for an Assistant Coach and install an in-school batting cage. Thank you all who volunteered to head our different committees. Please check back for updates on how to get involved.


Bake Sale a Big Success!

Thank you all parents and players who baked, donated and volunteered their time to the first Friends of Brooklyn Tech Baseball Fundraiser. It was a great success and helped to reach our goals this year!


FTB 2016-2017 Recap and Brooklyn Tech Baseball Parent/Player Meeting was a great success!

Thank you all who attended our first meet and greet. Through last year’s fundraising efforts, the FTB (Friends of Brooklyn Tech Baseball) was able to fund an Assistant Coach, purchase baseballs, pay for field permits, umpires, rent batting cage time and have an end of year celebration.

Coach Rodriguez and FTB Board Members discussed goals and fundraising for this school year. Our main goals this year is to fundraise for an Assistant Coach and install an in-school batting. Thank you all who volunteered to head our different committees. Please check back for updates on how to get involved.

Congrats!

Congrats to Frank Adams who was voted President of the Baseball Club and Trevor Doeble who was voted Vice President of the Baseball Club. The club will meet over the winter to discuss Fundraising and next steps.

—11/6/17


Brooklyn Tech Baseball Fundraiser

Thursday  November 9, 2017, 5:00–  8:30pm

Fundraising Event @ Parent Teacher Conferences: We will be selling refreshments at Parent Teacher Conferences.  Sign up here for:

  • Baked goods and food donations (your player can bring to AP Nottingham’s office 1W2 on the 9th and drop it off before class)
  • Volunteers to set up and staff the table 5:00 – 8:30

  • Players can help out too.  We need as many players in Tech jerseys and hats to be present as well so sign your player up with you for a time at the table

—11/6/17


Baseball Update

We’ve had a fantastic fall tryout season with most players from last year’s squad returning and many talented freshmen prospects vying for a spot on the roster

This week Frank Adams was named Captain of the team.  He’s demonstrated leadership qualities throughout his 3 years on the team, often taking the initiative to lead the team in cardio, stretch and drills during practice.  Congratulations Frank!!!

We have our last scrimmage of the fall season vs. Stuyvesant at the Parade Grounds, field #2 on Thursday 10/26/17 at 4:00 pm.

—10/25/17


Donations, Practices, Forms, Uniforms, etc.

Players, please check your emails for important info from your coach.

If you would like to make a monetary donation to the team, please click on the link above. Here are items that are needed. If you are interested in donating any of the items, please either contact Coach Rodriguez or email us at  friendsofbrooklyntechbaseball@gmail.com

➢ Balls, balls, and more baseballs.
➢ New bases
➢ Batting Cage
➢ Blue Batting Helmets (2)
➢ Dry Line powder
➢ Bats (1)
➢ First Aid Kit
➢ AED for fall no cut tryout season
➢ Pay for umps during spring season scrimmages.
➢ Private baseball field space.
➢ Design and construction of batting cage at Brooklyn Tech.

—9/28/17


Brooklyn Tech Club Meeting

Monday, September 18 to discuss fundraising.

Recap of Baseball Team Meeting

Please see Coach’s email. There is a detailed packet of upcoming practices, tryouts, donations needed, forms and more. If you have any questions, please contact Coach Rodriguez.


Welcome Back!

Any students interested in playing baseball for Brooklyn Tech please meet in the center section of the 3rd floor on Tuesday September 12th during periods 8, 9, 10 or 11. Bring completed medical and parental consent forms.    Click here to go to forms.


6/17

#34 ANURAG GAUTAM, joined the team as a freshman, played outfield. He is a Finance major and will be attending NYU Stern in the Fall.

#17 LUCAS HOYE, joined the team as freshman. He has pitched and played infield over the years. He is a law and society major and will be heading to Hampshire College this Fall.

#11  JOE HUR, joined the team as a freshman. He plays outfield and has also been the DH. He is a computer science major and is going to SUNY Binghamton to study Math.

#26 MAX RETTIG, joined the baseball team as freshman. Played left field for a few years and center field this past year. He is a Law and Society major and will be heading off to UConn in the fall where he plans to major in Sports Management and Business.

#14 JOHN SUTERA, joined the team as a freshman. He has pitched and played infield, mostly third base. He is a finance major and will be going to UConn this Fall to major in business.

#16 BRANDYN RODRIGUEZ,Brandyn’s future plans were not available at this time but we all wish him the best going forward and many thank for all of his contributions!

2017 SEASON IN REVIEW

The Engineers season began on a dreary March afternoon in south Brooklyn with a scrimmage vs. AAA powerhouse, HS for Telecommunication Arts. Tel-Comm (who would ultimately advance to the PSAL AAA semi-finals) brought their big bats to the game and throttled the AA Engineers 10-1.

It wasn’t an auspicious start with the Engineers continuing to scuffle as the official season began. Due to inclement weather the Engineers were forced to reschedule seven games, including many during spring break with players unavailable for Coach Mike Rodriguez and 1st year assistant, Lou Sisto.

The low point of the season occurred during the recess when the Engineers were dominated by league opponent, Bushwick Campus (14-3); then losing a non-league game to Petrides HS in Staten Is. (8-6) despite having an early 6-2 lead. The Engineers record at the end of break stood at 2-3.

However, once back in session the clouds literally parted as the Engineers’s season took off. They proceeded to reel off an 11-game winning streak and finish in 1st place in the Brooklyn AA league.

Dormant bats woke up with a vengeance led by Seniors John Sutera, Lucas Hoye, Max Rettig and Joe Hur (batting .537, .400, .324, .231 respectively) as well as Sophomore Jasper Stoddard returning in early May from an injury and going 7/8 in his first three games while scoring 7 runs.

The Engineers swept Juan Morel Campus home and away (16-0, 10-0) and also shut down both New Utrecht and EBC/Bushwick HS 10-0 — the games called in the 5th inning due to the PSAL mercy rule.

The Engineers also upended SHSAT rival AAA Stuyvesant HS in a scrimmage 8-4.

The pitching staff was anchored by Sophomore Jackson Morris (who threw two no-hitters this season and was #2 in the league in strikeouts) and Junior Frank Adams who led the Brooklyn AA league with 5 wins.

In the AA playoffs, pitching carried the Engineers through the first two rounds vs. HS-American Studies/Lehman (another SHSAT rival!) and Bronx School/LGJ with 5-1 and 2-0 victories.

However, in the quarterfinals the Engineers nemesis Petrides HS again prevailed at home, rallying from a 0-2 deficit to edge BTHS 4-2. Losing by only two runs to the #1 seeded AA team twice was a tough blow for the scrappy Engineers but it highlighted continued improvement from their 1-15 low point in 2014.

While the Engineers lose six seniors in 2018, the core of their pitching staff remains and promising underclass hitters have another year’s experience under their belts to help replace the graduates.

Freshman Luca Vasiliu hit .667 for the Engineers while Sophomore Zach Gee continued his mastery on the base paths, hitting .345 overall and stealing 8 bases. Sophomore catcher, Andy Santella not only managed the pitching staff and but also contributed a .302 batting average to the offense.

The future is indeed bright for the BTHS Engineers baseball team in 2018.

Coach Rodriguez to the Class of 2017 baseball players:

“To our 6 seniors, thank you for all your time, dedication and sacrifice for Brooklyn Tech Baseball. As you leave Brooklyn Tech Baseball know that it was my pleasure seeing you work hard to be at your best to compete against the best teams in our division. It’s an example set by past players and continued this year by you, our 6 seniors. I wish you all the best!”

Principal David Newman at Freshman Orientation, 5/22/17:

“I don’t remember a Tech baseball team ever going 13-3 in my 18 years here!”

 

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