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Just ask anyone the Western Washington University softball team has faced so far this season. Better yet, just listen closely throughout one of the Vikings' games. "Some games, coaches will scream out to their players, 'She's fast. Ought to be quick,'
Early in the 2014 season, Major League Baseball scoring is down again and the first reaction is that drug testing and tougher penalties must be working. But there is evidence that is not the entire story and baseball should be worried. There may
The two buildings total more than 65,000 square feet and are being used for student services, counseling, financial aid, the president's office, and much more...Pinch-hitter John Jaso came through with a two-run homer off closer Ernesto Frieri in the
The A's are scheduled to face left-handed starting pitchers in Anaheim on Monday and Wednesday when Hector Santiago and Tyler Skaggs start for the Angels. Normally, that would mean a return to first base for Alberto Callaspo, the A's hottest hitter
Andrew Cashner's start Friday night will go down as one of the best of the major league season. Less than two weeks in, according to Bill James' Game Score method, Cashner's one-hitter rates as the top pitching performance. The score of 94 is tied
As baseball evolves and statistical analysis continues to be applied, the concept that a team's best hitter should bat second in the order is gaining traction. It is happening in Anaheim (Mike Trout) and Minnesota (Joe Mauer). It happened last season
And surrendering three runs in the top of the eighth Thursday afternoon to San Mateo County rival Skyline College nearly dropped the Colts into third place in the Pacific Division of the Coast Conference. But a two-out double over the left fielder in
Nationals third baseman Ryan Zimmerman is back in the starting lineup after working on a lower throwing motion to try to help his sore right shoulder. Zimmerman took about 25 practice throws several hours before Washington's game against Miami on
A local mainstream writer put out a column that was, to some extent, critical of Joe Mauer , and the reactions from fans were highly visceral on both sides. The piece in question came from Patrick Reusse, suggesting that the impetus is on Mauer (who
The 6-foot-4, 235-pound left-hander is one of the few two-way stars in college baseball this season, hitting .373 with a Southeastern Conference-leading 12 homers. On the mound, he has a 6-1 record and 1.93 ERA as the team's Friday night pitcher.