Spring weather in Hanover doesn’t exactly scream baseball, yet several alums have found great success on the diamond. Robert Abial Rolfe ’31, better known as “Red,” played 10 seasons for the Yankees and appeared in four All-Star games. The College’s all-time shutout leader, Jim Beattie ’76, also donned pinstripes and pitched for the Seattle Mariners during his nine-year career. Righthander Kyle Hendricks ’12 is now in his ninth season with the Chicago Cubs, catcher Brad Ausmus ’91 played 18 seasons with four teams, and pitcher Mike Remlinger ’88—still the College’s leader in single-season wins (22) and strikeouts (132)—spent 14 seasons with six teams. What do all five players have in common other than their alma mater? Each has had the good fortune to play in a World Series.