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Michael Camporeale was back mashing in San Luis Obispo on Sunday, and he brought the Seattle climate with him. Having a strong season for Washington (10-5), the former Cuesta College baseball standout hit a two-run home run on a dark and gloomy day
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Fla. (AP) — It took a lot longer than he wanted, but now Adam LaRoche can stop bugging Washington Nationals manager Davey Johnson to write his name in the lineup. "I'm sure he was getting sick of hearing it from me," LaRoche said.
Fla. (AP) — Brian Matusz lost his last nine decisions in 2011 and struggled again in his first exhibition outing. The next time out, he looked a lot better. Matusz bounced back from a shaky spring debut,
Sure, the Matadors lost 10 seniors from a 2011 club that tied for second place in the El Camino Division of the Santa Clara Valley Athletic League, but the division also lost the team that won last year's championship. Santa Clara left the division
Philips, Andrew Dorsey, Casey Warford, Tristan Covell and Parker Baynes. Back (from left): Coach Craig Cooper, Hayden Essary, Tristan Diamond, Jack Martin, Conner Lovell, James Parsons, Reddon McLaurine and Coach Greg Yates. Jason Thompson/Gulf
Lady Dolphins lose pitcher's duel to Milton; beat Catholic The Gulf Breeze Lady Dolphin softball team bounced back from a 1-0 loss to Milton Thursday with a 5-1 win Friday at Catholic. Gulf Breeze (2-5) scored single runs in the second, third and
Ariz. (AP) — Chad Billingsley has been working on his mechanics and saw positive results in his spring training debut for the Los Angeles Dodgers. Likely to be the No. Cy Young winner Clayton Kershaw, Billingsley wants to smooth
Ariz. (AP) — The Diamondbacks' field crew used a combination of cotton candy and lemonade to help disperse a swarm of bees that delayed the San Francisco Giants split squad's 11-1 win over Arizona for 41 minutes in the second inning Sunday.
Coming off a powerful weekend at the plate last week, Humboldt State couldn't keep its bats hot and only registered three hits in two games against Sonoma State in Friday's doubleheader. The Jacks kept their defense tight and held the Seawolves to