Martha's Vineyard Sharks to Open Retail Space

The Martha’s Vineyard Sharks, the Island's summer collegiate baseball team, will be opening a retail store and ticket office in Vineyard Haven.

Leadership Shakeup at MV Sharks; Manager, General Manager Out

The Martha’s Vineyard Sharks are in the midst of an off-season shakeup as the organization works to put its books into the black. General manager Jerry Murphy has resigned.

Sharks' Season Ends Short of Championship

The Martha’s Vineyard Sharks fell short in their final campaign of the season, dropping the Futures Collegiate Baseball League championship series to the Worcester Bravehearts.

Sharks Advance in Playoffs, Last Home Game Tonight

Two wins stand between the Martha’s Vineyard Sharks and a repeat championship title. The team's last home game is Tuesday tonight.

Sharks Look to Make a Meal Out of Torrington Titans

The best-of-three playoff series between the Sharks and the Torrington Titans continues tonight at home on the Vineyard. First pitch is at 7 p.m. If the Sharks win tonight, they will lock up a spot in the second round of the Futures Collegiate Baseball League playoffs.

Sharks' Summer Season Ending, Postseason Remains

With two games remaining in the Futures Collegiate Baseball League summer season, the Martha’s Vineyard Sharks have secured a top spot in their division and are second overall in the league.

Sharks Feast, Move Into Second Place

After winning four of their last five games, the Martha’s Vineyard Sharks have moved into second place in the eastern division of the league.

Hungry Sharks Dine on Bravehearts

The Martha’s Vineyard Sharks snapped a six-game losing streak Tuesday in an away contest against the Worcester Bravehearts, but fell 5-1 to the league-leading Brockton Rox on returning to their home field the next night.

Sharks Taste Victory and Defeat

The Martha’s Vineyard Sharks moved to a 10-8 season record after an up-and-down week of play. They are now in fourth place overall in the Futures Collegiate Baseball League and second in their division.

Baseball, Hot Dogs and Hungry Sharks

On Wednesday evening, the Martha’s Vineyard Sharks showed promise for another summer of first-rate baseball, crushing the North Shore Navigators 11-1 in the season opener.

But for many in the audience, Wednesday’s game was less about the score than the spirit surrounding the event.