Here are game photos from the game between the Cooperstown Hawkeyes and Albany Dutchmen on July 29, 2013 at Bellizzi Stadium in Albany, NY. The Dutchmen fell 5-1.

Bryan Carr

Ben Hall

Zach Remillard

Nate Lotze hits one into the ground

Zach Remillard with the throw to first

Cameron Day follows one off

Bryan Carr with the delivery

Bruan Ruhm with the throw to first

Gage Griffin

Nolan Ray

Anthony Marks lays down a bunt

Marks beats out the throw

Matt Dacey

Bradley Noland

Bryce Anglin

Nolan Ray takes a hack

Tyler Orris makes the play

Chris Bianchi

The catch

The tag

Brian Ruhm

Gage Griffin makes the play

Brian Ruhm makes the throw to first

Bradley Noland rips one

Noland takes off

Safe!

Brendan O'Reilly bunts one into himself

Chris Bianchi makes contact

Teddy Cillis tagged out at second

Anthony Marks

Marks easily steals second

Nick Davey

Talking things over

Mound meeting

Tyler Orris

Chris Suseck rips one deep
I had to pull out a roster as I watched Jets training camp in Cortland, NY yesterday. The roster had been turned over so much I didn't recognize most of the guys there. However, it was great to see some football up close.

One player who stood out to me was running back John Griffin. The second year player about of the University of Massachusetts looked extremely quick in practice yesterday, and he also looked good when he ran the ball in team drills. Griffin may be called upon to get some carries with the injury to Chris Ivory at running back.


Another player who looked good was receiver Clyde Gates who was quick and made some great plays. Gates has been generating some early buzz in camp, and could get a lot of playing time if Santonio Holmes is out.

However much of the attention in camp is being paid to the Jets quarterbacks. I was pretty impressed with Geno Smith who has great touch on the ball and put the ball where only the receivers can get it. At times Mark Sanchez was a little wild. While I was taking a picture of a receiver, a ball sailed way over the receivers head. I turned to my friend and said "Who threw that?" He replied, "Do you even need to ask?"

Overall it was only the second day of camp so players are still working off some of the rust. Hopefully next weekend I'll get a chance to head back up to Cortland to see some more of the Jets training camp, and see how the team has progressed.
Here are photos from the New York Jets training camp on July 27, 2013 at SUNY Cortland.

Braylon Edwards

Stephen Hill catches a pass

Mark Sanchez

Vidal Hazelton turns it up field

Matt Simms

Mark Sanchez

Rookie Zach Rogers goes up to get one

Joseph Collins

Geno Smith drops back

Clyde Gates has looked good in the first two practices

Marcus Davis catches an out-route

Geno goes deep

Clyde Gates comes down with one

Vidal Hazelton looked very good in practice today against the Jets corners

Marcus Davis

Geno under center

Ryan Spadola

Great catch by Hazelton

Geno looks down field

Geno lets one go

Zach Rogers

K.J. Stoud with great hands

Ben Obomanu having some fun

Rogers trying to make the catch

K.J. Stroud trying to fight off Antonio Allen

Antonio Cromartie trying to cover Joseph Collins

Cromartie and Hazelton get into it

Chaos ensues

Trying to break it up

Isaiah Trufant and Jeremy Kerley

Kerley tries to go up and get one

Obomanu beats Donnie Fletcher

Ben Obomanu

Jeremy Kerley

Sanchez looks down field

Geno goes through his reads

Fight for the ball

Sanchez to Kerley

Kerley with some nice moves

John Griffin

Nick Mangold listening to his coach

Death stare

Geno taking a break

Jets General Manager John Idzik

The Defense taking a break

Kellen Winslow trying to resurrect his career

Sanchez talking to his receivers

Geno hands off to Griffin

Griffin looked go in practice today

Rex Ryan

Huddle

Geno rolls out

Sheldon Richardson is a beast

Geno hands the ball off to Chad Spann

Chad Spann with some moves

Greg McElroy

Mark Sanchez

Edwards and Mangold having a chat

Read the jerseys. Enough said.

Ball down

The kick is up...

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