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  • Notre dame shuts out Valparaiso baseball

    Five Notre Dame pitchers combined on a five-hitter as the Irish beat visiting Valparaiso University 6-0 on Wednesday. Nolan Lodden was 2-for-4 for VU (10-17). RailCats acquire two pitchers: The RailCats traded right-hander Stephen Bougher to Lake Erie...
  • RailCats going 'all in' on fielding younger team in 2015

    RailCats going 'all in' on fielding younger team in 2015
    Three position players who ended the season in their lineup. Zero starting pitchers from their four-man rotation. Those are the likely returning numbers for the RailCats, about a month away from the start of their American Association season. In a...
  • Tough baseball path about to pay off for Angels pitcher Drew Rucinski

    Tough baseball path about to pay off for Angels pitcher Drew Rucinski
    It's a familiar story line in Angels camp. Pitcher goes undrafted out of college, signs as a free agent, works at various off-season jobs to augment meager minor league income, comes out of nowhere to win big league roster spot. Only this time, it's not...
  • Baseball legend Rose to help coach independent league team for one game

    NORMAL - The Normal CornBelters baseball team announced Monday that baseball legend Pete Rose will join the coaching staff for the July 9 home game against the Schaumburg Boomers. The game that day will begin at 6:35 p.m. with the gates opening at an...
  • Lehigh grad signs pro baseball contract

     
    Former Lehigh pitching standout Colin Gotzon signed a professional contract with the Joliet Slammers of the independent Frontier League. Gotzon emerged in 2014 as Lehigh’s No. 1 weekend starter in his senior season and helped the Mountain Hawks to...
  • Thursday's local baseball roundup: Close belts 3-run double as Pilots blank Generals before 3,000-plus; Tides, Squirrels also win

    Coastal Plain League: Liberty's Alex Close hit a three-run double in the fifth inning Thursday as the Peninsula Pilots (30-10, 9-3 in the season’s second half) routed Petersburg 7-0 before 3,239 at War Memorial Stadium. The Pilots reached the 30-...
  • Kutztown alum Shayne Houck acquired by Arizona Diamondbacks

    Kutztown alum Shayne Houck acquired by Arizona Diamondbacks
    Shayne Houck, a four-year starter and 2012 alumnus of the Kutztown University baseball team, has been acquired by Major League Baseball's Arizona Diamondbacks. Houck, 24, spent the 2014 season on Indiana's Evansville Otters, a member of the Frontier...
  • Flintridge Prep baseball surrenders six straight runs, falls at Malibu

    Flintridge Prep baseball surrenders six straight runs, falls at Malibu
    MALIBU — Up by five runs through three and a half innings of its CIF Southern Section Division VI second-round playoff contest, the Flintridge Prep baseball team’s inclusion into the quarterfinals seemed a mere formality. PHOTOS: Malibu...
  • Ozzie Guillen returns to U.S. Cellular Field as fan

    Ozzie Guillen returns to U.S. Cellular Field as fan
    Ozzie Guillen sat in the scout seats behind home plate Wednesday, watching his first game at U.S. Cellular Field since he left the White Sox in 2011 after eight years as manager. “It feels weird, but it feels kind of nice,” Guillen said...
  • ESU's Bennie an all-star; Gorski, McBride step away from majors

    Joe Bennie has been in a hitting slump lately, but the Stroudsburg High and East Stroudsburg University product will get an extra chance to work out of it. He will play in Tuesday's New York-Penn League All-Star Game at MCU Park in Brooklyn. The...
  • Northampton's comeback BML season ends with a come-from-behind win and a title

    The Northampton Giants are one of the youngest teams in the Blue Mountain League, attracting players from Salisbury, Nazareth, Whitehall, Catasauqua and other places to its roster. But it was kind of fitting that the final big hit in a season full of...