Aidan Dolan (courtesy of Alex D'Addese/Ryerson Rams Athletics)

First year spells change for Ryerson baseball player

If you take a look at the Ryerson baseball team roster, you’ll notice many of the players are from Ontario – Toronto, Markham or Scarborough, for example – but this year, the team has a new player who’s neither from Ontario, nor from Canada.

Aidan Dolan made the trek over the southern border from the U.S. to start his first year at Ryerson this fall. Dolan hails from Buffalo Grove, Ill., a town just north of Chicago.

by Bryce Turner· · Baseball, On Campus, Sports
(Courtesy Alex D’Addese, Ryerson Athletics)

Rams still searching for a home

Mark Tari and the Rams were at home, but nothing made them feel that way. Despite their 10-5 victory over the McMaster Marauders, they knew that the opposing team had more fans cheering at the Bond Park baseball game. It was an October day, ideal for baseball. The sun was shining, but it wasn’t enough to bring Ryerson students out […]


Ryerson students celebrate Blue Jays Appreciation Day

Although Ryerson students seemed to lack the Blue Jays cheer, don’t let appearances fool you.

by Abby Chan· · Baseball, News, Sports
Blue Jays fans cheer at the Rogers Centre for ALDS game five against the Texas Rangers on Oct. 14. 
Steven Goetz / Ryersonian Staff

Sports fans turned to superstitions as Blue Jays made post-season run

Thanks to the Toronto Blue Jays’ valiant effort this post-season, fans in the city are becoming more vocal about their pre-game rituals.

by Brittany Ferreira· · Baseball, News, Sports
A sign at Nathan Phillips Square welcomes visitors to the "Birds Nest," a nickname created by Toronto Mayor John Tory. (Photo by Emerson Brito)

Jays fans still “bleeding blue” despite team’s loss

The Toronto Blue Jays may have lost their game Friday night but fans are not trading in their blue and white colours just yet. Reporter Emerson Brito took photos of fan reaction from Nathan Phillips Square.

by Emerson Brito· · Baseball, Sports
Fans rejoice after the Toronto Blue Jays win 7-1 against the Kansas City Royals Oct. 21, 2015.  (Photo by Tiffany Crawford/Ryersonian Staff)

Toronto fans breathe sigh of relief as Blue Jays hold on

The Ryersonian’s Tiffany Crawford was outside Rogers Centre as the Jays won Wednesday night. Check out her photos of the ecstatic crowd and fan reactions on social media in this story.

by Tiffany Crawford-Christie· · Baseball, Sports
Ryerson Rams baseball player makes a diving play at Talbot Park. (Courtesy Winston Chow)

Rams baseball hosts home games all over Ontario after Talbot Park deemed “unplayable”

The Ryerson Rams baseball team has lost its home field for the remainder of the season due to poor drainage and flooding. Read more to find out where the Rams will host the rest of their games.

by Daniel Morand· · Baseball, Sports
Sports recap: A week of firsts for the Ryerson Rams

Sports recap: A week of firsts for the Ryerson Rams

Ryerson’s first curling team starts to shape up this weekend and Ryerson’s homeless baseball team is set to play no matter the location. Andrew Roberts has these stories.

by Cole Deakin· · Baseball, Curling, Sports, Sports, Videos
Sports recap: Rams start off season strong

Sports recap: Rams start off season strong

VIDEO: Ryerson Rams are starting their season on a high note. Andrew Roberts has your full sports recap.

by Cole Deakin· · Baseball, Soccer, Sports, Sports, Videos
Josh Lund trains at an indoor facility in Toronto as part of his off-season workout.

Lund leads Ryerson baseball team (Video)

Josh Lund is a second-year history major – but when he’s not hitting the books at Ryerson, he’s on the field as the Rams’ star third baseman. “I hadn’t played baseball in eight years until last year,” Lund said. His return to the game coincided with Ryerson’s inaugural baseball season. The team had a disappointing record of 3-19, and is […]

by Hailey Chan· · Baseball, Rams Athletics, Sports
Allan Perkins went 0-5 with a 3.03 ERA in 2013.

Pitch-perfect experience for Perkins

By Allan Perkins Ryersonian Staff Our season-ending banquet marked the first time in a month where we were all together again. And was it ever great to see the guys. After all, I spent nearly every day on the baseball field for six gruelling weeks this fall with this ragtag bunch. The dust had finally settled on our inaugural Ontario […]

by Ryersonian Staff· · Baseball, Sports


Baseball (M) Thurs. Sept. 26. Rams vs. Toronto, Talbot Park, 7 p.m. Sat. Sept. 28. Rams vs. Western, Talbot Park, 1 p.m. Sat. Sept. 28. Rams vs. Western, Talbot Park, 4 p.m. Sun. Sept. 29. Rams vs. Guelph, Talbot Park, 1 p.m. Sun. Sept. 29. Rams vs. Guelph, Talbot Park, 4 p.m. Basketball (M) Sun. Sept. 29. Rams Alumni Game, […]



Baseball (M) Sat. Sept. 21, Rams vs. Queen’s, Megaffin Park (Kingston), 1 p,m.and 4 p.m. Hockey (M) Sat. Sept. 21, Rams vs. UOIT at Campus Ice Centre, 7:30 p.m. Hockey (W) Fri. Sept. 20, Rams vs. Uni of Massachusetts, MAC, 7:30 p.m. Sat. Sept. 21, Rams vs. NAIT, MAC, 2:30 p.m. Sun. Sept. 22, Rams vs. Carleton, MAC, 2:30 p.m. […]

Baseball Player Brittany Chan

Brittany Chan: Strikes out in bid to make men’s baseball team

    She never thought her gender would be an issue during her tryout for the Ryerson Rams baseball team, but being the only woman on the field brought Brittany Chan some unexpected attention. After all the questions were answered and cameras were put away, the Ryerson Rams began their inaugural season with a 5-3 victory over the University of […]

by Hayley Morrison· · Baseball, Sports

An interview with Rams catcher Keith Capstick

by Ryersonian Staff· · Baseball, RyersonianTV, Sports, Webcasts
IN PHOTOS: Rams win first baseball game of season

IN PHOTOS: Rams win first baseball game of season

by Chantale Dahmer· · Baseball, In pictures, News, Sports
A League Of Her Own: Brittany Chan on verge of making history at Ryerson

A League Of Her Own: Brittany Chan on verge of making history at Ryerson

Brittany Chan is hoping to do something this fall that no woman in the history of Ryerson has ever done — compete on a men’s varsity team. Chan, a first-year business student in hospitality and tourism, currently holds a conditional roster spot with the newly formed Ryerson baseball team, after impressing the coaching staff during the first round of tryouts […]

by Dan Berlin· · Baseball, Sports
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