Siena College traveled 11,000 miles before finally playing a home game
Siena College didn't play its first home game until 35 games into the season. Let's look at the road they traveled.
It's not unusual for a college baseball team located in northern climes to play a long stretch of road games to start this season. However, what Siena College of Loudonville, N.Y. endured to start the 2014 campaign goes far beyond the norms. To be more precise, the Saints logged 11,000 miles, 31 road tilts and three neutral-site contests before playing at home for the first time this season. That sounds hugely annoying.
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And the people say: No fair!
In a possibly related matter, Siena seems to care not very much for road baseball, as they've gone 6-0 at home and at neutral sites but just 7-24 in road games.
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