The Rams finished the 2005 season with a record of 7-22. The team was plagued by injuries this year, starting with a roster of 23 and finishing the year with only 14. The Rams initiated the new baseball stadium on May 2nd against Old Westbury and it didnít take long before the first homerun was hit out of the new stadium on May 3rd by freshman Rich Santoro.
Two Rams were recognized during the season in the Skyline. Steven Corvetti, who led the Rams in hitting, was named Player of the Week and freshman right-hander Jesse Scott was named Rookie of the Week after throwing a no-hitter against Stevens. This marked Farmingdaleís third no-hitter in the past two years.
Nick Barone broke the school record for triples with 6 and was named First Team All-Skyline from his third base position. Senior captain Anthony Scali capped a brilliant four-year career finishing the year third on the team in hitting and provided gold-glove defense from his centerfield position. Barone, Santoro, and freshman shortstop Luis Feliciano had solid seasons for Farmingdale and provide a bright future for years to come.
The winners of the baseball awards at Farmingdale State's Athletic Banquet were as follows: Steve Corvetti and Nick Barone won the Offense Award, Anthony Scali won the MVP and the Gold Glove Award.