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  • Allowing pitchers to hit a no-brainer for Valparaiso in softball

    Valparaiso softball fans scouring the box scores of early season games may find a few familiar names in unfamiliar places. Under first-year coach Kate Stake, members of the team's pitching staff are also being inserted into the batting order for the...
  • Angels' Sean Newcomb using spring training as a time to learn

    Angels' Sean Newcomb using spring training as a time to learn
    Sean Newcomb sits quietly at his locker in the Angels clubhouse. Newcomb, the Angels' first-round pick in last year's amateur draft, is taking it all in — on and off the field — during major league spring training. At 21, the 6-foot-5,...
  • UCI loses slugfest

    The pink embroidered trim on the UC Irvine baseball cap logo Saturday fit the slogan "Think Pink" to promote breast cancer awareness. It could have also symbolized blood rare, as in the amount of times a game at notoriously pitcher-friendly Anteater...
  • Francoeur excited for chance with Phillies and to work with Manuel

    Francoeur excited for chance with Phillies and to work with Manuel
    CLEARWATER, Fla. — Each day this spring, whether he's walking into the clubhouse in the morning, stretching with teammates or in the cage taking batting practice, Jeff Francoeur is flashing his signature beaming smile. That's something you might...
  • Saturday's multi-sport college and local roundup: Tribe men take first CAA swimming championship

    COLLEGES: Men’s swimming: William and Mary captured its first Colonial Athletic Association men's swimming meet championship Saturday night in dominant fashion in Richmond. The Tribe piled up 784.5 points, the second-most in conference...
  • Sports Roundup: Crescenta Valley High baseball rolls to win in opener

    BASEBALL Crescenta Valley 13, Long Beach Cabrillo 1: Weston Walker and Dakota Cummins each hit home runs Saturday to power the visiting Falcons to a season-opening win in a Dick’s Sporting Good Tournament contest. Culver City 3, Hoover 0: The...
  • Orioles prospect Dariel Alvarez gets closer to majors, and maybe closer to home

    Orioles prospect Dariel Alvarez gets closer to majors, and maybe closer to home
    Orioles outfield prospect Dariel Alvarez is closer to the major leagues than he's ever been, one step away from the pinnacle of a remarkable journey. It was a journey that included his escape from Cuba by speedboat, leaving his family behind as he...
  • Now Cubs have to trade prospects wisely to obtain major league talent

    Now Cubs have to trade prospects wisely to obtain major league talent
    MESA, Ariz. — General manager Doug Melvin was a curious World Series observer despite a shocking tumble that eliminated his Brewers from playoff contention. But Melvin's farm system could take credit for the development of speedy center fielder...
  • Orioles prospect Hunter Harvey 'pumped up' for start of Grapefruit League games

    Orioles prospect Hunter Harvey 'pumped up' for start of Grapefruit League games
    Not only did pitching prospect Hunter Harvey retire four of the five batters he faced in Sunday's intrasquad game, but his fastball also showed impressive velocity in his first time facing hitters in a game situation since last July. Pitching in an...
  • Baseball: Chris Collins is impressive in Notre Dame's 6-1 win over Buena

     Having a top pitcher is a must requirement in the tough Southern Section Division 1, and Sherman Oaks Notre Dame's Chris Collins looked the part on Saturday, striking out the side in the first inning and throwing two scoreless innings in the Knights' 6-1...
  • Phillies leaving left field and back up catcher open competitions as spring games begin

    Phillies leaving left field and back up catcher open competitions as spring games begin
    CLEARWATER, Fla. — The Phillies had trouble getting production from a number of places on the roster last year and left field was one of them. Domonic Brown has moved to right field, but with the outfield depth the Phillies have in camp, it doesn'...