Quake Show: Penn punches ticket by winning first Ivy tournamentColumns
PHILADELPHIA — The sensation of deja vu washed over many of the Penn veterans. A Quaker batted ball firing down the left field line during a battle for the Ivy League championship, its destiny to be determined by the left or right arm of the third base umpire.
Senior first baseman Ben Miller tracked the ball from the on-deck circle last year and like many Quakers was in disbelief when Andrew Hernandez’ potential game-tying three-run homer against Columbia was ruled to be foul. This year, Miller had the closest view of any Penn player. He was jogging between second and[…]