Sharks Add New Talent as Home Opener Nears

Summer baseball at the Shark Tank is right around the corner and this year’s squad is shaping up to have the kind of firepower that could give the Fourth of July fireworks a run for their money.

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A Home Run Journey from the Vineyard to Brazilian National Team

Bryan Sornas of Chilmark is one of two American players on the Brazilian national baseball team. He got his start on the Vineyard with the Little League Sea Dogs.

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Sharks to Host All-Star Game

Seven Martha’s Vineyard Sharks will represent the Island Sunday as the NECBL All-Star game arrives on the Vineyard for the first time in league history.

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Baseball Team Shuts Out Dennis-Yarmouth

The Vineyard baseball team opened its season in a decisive way, shutting out Dennis-Yarmouth 10-0 on Monday.

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Sharks Eye Summer Baseball Season
Aaron Wilson

The New England Collegiate Baseball League is moving forward with preparations for opening day on June 3, which means the Shark Tank could once again play host to the popular summer baseball league.

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Calling Red Sox Fans: World Series Trophy Comes to the Island

On Wednesday, the silver Commissioner’s Trophy will come to the Vineyard for a public viewing from 2 to 5 p.m. at the high school cafeteria.

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Simon Family Aided Baseball Barrier Buster
Jason Gay
This is the unusual story of the unlikely relationship between the families of Vineyard photographer Peter Simon, his rock ’n’ roll star sister, Carly, and baseball pioneer Jackie Robinson.
 
The tale begins in 1955, when the fleet-footed Mr. Robinson — the first African-American Major League baseball player in history — was leading the Brooklyn Dodgers to their first World Series title. 
 
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Sharks Season Is One for the Record Books, On and Off the Field

They crushed pizzas just as often as they crushed baseballs. For the Martha’s Vineyard Sharks, this was a summer they won’t soon forget.

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Player and Coach Head to Baseball All Stars

Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School baseball standout Sam Bresnick was selected to the Massachusetts State All Star Game.

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When a Shark at Home Is a Good Thing
Noah Asimow

At 6 feet, 6 inches, and 230 pounds, Sharks pitcher and Oak Bluffs native James Sashin has quite an appetite. But parents Howie and Cheryll make sure that he never goes hungry.

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