Nick Lemley – My Posts, Stories, & Photos

My name is Nick Lemley. I am from Fairfield, CT and a recent URI graduate with a degree in Sports Media Communication. I’m an avid baseball fan and have been following the Yankees for as long as I can remember. I have many fond memories of T-ball, Little League, and my Summer All Star team from middle school. Sports in general is a passion and beyond baseball; soccer, hockey and wrestling are sports I follow closely. At URI I was involved in the Sports Journalism club called Anchor Sports Network, where I collaborated with editors and bloggers to generate ideas and stories regarding breaking news and interesting facts to post about on our social media accounts as well as our website.

In addition to the Sports Journalism club, I spend a lot of time watching and studying video analysis of key players, clubs and manager tactics for my teams of interest. I truly enjoy diving into the inner workings of clubs and players as it helps my appreciation for the different sports I follow. I am excited for the opportunity to create positive baseball content to help support Rhode Island’s baseball community.

Follow me on Instagram this summer as I travel to baseball fields all over Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island – Nick Lemley Sports – and click on the highlighted text below to read my Rhode Island Baseball Experiences.

Cal Parrillo had a great 2022 season at Rhode Island College, recording 71 hits, 51 runs, 52 RBIs and had a .430 AVG.  The Johnston native has taken his talents to The Bristol Blues of the NECBL and picked up right where he left off.   Cal has played in all 12 games and has recorded 31 AB, 10 hits, 7 runs, 6 RBIs and a .323 AVG with only 2 strikeouts.  With the first two weeks of NECBL now under The Bristol Blues belt, the team is off to a fantastic start at 10-2. Cal and The Blues will have a busy home and road schedule this week, traveling for 4 of their 7 games, and will face the 10-1 Vermont Mountaineers hoping to take 1st in the league.
Jake Studley of Wheaton College is coming off a NEWMAC Championship season playing in 43 games, recording 73 hits, 11 home runs, 45 RBIs, and a batting average of .412. The Barrington native and now Ocean State Wave outfielder is in his fourth collegiate summer league season. He has played for the Martha’s Vineyard Sharks (2019), and the Brockton Rox (2020-21) which is part of The Futures Collegiate Baseball League. Studley is continuing to show dominance at the plate 2 weeks into the 2022 season. He currently has a .324 AVG, with 12 hits in 37 AB, 4 runs and 3 RBIs. Tied for 10th in league batting, Rhode Island fans can see Jake Studley play this weekend at Old Mountain Field (875 Kingston Road, South Kingston, RI) on June 25th against Mystic and June 26th against Keene.
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