At the Old Ball Game
Loyola’s liberal arts education prepares graduates for many areas, including the varied careers in America’s storied pastime. Meet a few Greyhounds who have found a home on baseball diamonds through the years—and a professor whose passion for the game has led him to take a more academic approach.
Legendary Leap: Former Orioles and Mets GM Led Champions
Inspired by his father’s work ethic and thirst for opportunity, Frank Cashen,’45, guided the Baltimore Orioles and New York Mets to five World Series appearances
In Write Field: Graduate Covers Orioles for The Sun
Former Greyhound reporter Jeff Zrebiec,’03, follows the Orioles beat for a major metro daily
A Past Pastime: Baseball at Loyola
Baseball has a long but inconsistent history at Loyola. Take a look at some moments in Greyhounds baseball through the years.
Eyes on the O’s: Greyhound Keeps Official Score
Former Greyhounds baseball player and veteran reporter Jim Henneman serves as scorekeeper
Putting a Dollar on the Muscle: Economics Professor Advises Teams
Economics professor Steve Walters, Ph.D., has served as consultant to Red Sox, Orioles, and Cubs
Peanuts and Cracker Jack: Ranking the Nation’s Stadiums
Statistics professor Rick Auer, Ph.D., evaluates parks on ongoing stadium tour