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  • Former UConn Pitcher Oberg Called Up By Rockies

    Former UConn Pitcher Oberg Called Up By Rockies
    UConn’s presence in major league baseball continues to grow. The Rockies called reliever Scott Oberg, who pitched for the Huskies from 2009-12, to the major leagues on Sunday. Oberg’s promotion could be temporary. Colorado put veteran...
  • Rangers have plenty of questions after extra-inning loss to Astros

    ARLINGTON, Texas Week 1 of the 2015 season has come to an end for the Texas Rangers, though it took far longer Sunday than it should have, and as bad as things seemed over the first seven games, they could have been worse. Only one member of the starting...
  • Dallas Keuchel outduels Corey Kluber in Astros win over Indians, 2-0

    HOUSTON Indians ace Corey Kluber was terrific Monday night in Houston, but he was outdueled by Astros pitcher Dallas Keuchel in a 2-0 loss to open the 2015 season. Kluber had a no-hitter going with two outs in the sixth inning when Astros second...
  • On The Fly: The Wait Is Over — Baseball Begins

    On The Fly: The Wait Is Over — Baseball Begins
    Seriously, folks, have we ever missed baseball as much as we have this year? Long, horrible winter. Even on Sunday, snow fell on parts of Connecticut. •But the wait is over — baseball begins. The Cubs and Cardinals got things going on...
  • Regional Digest: Trinity Wins On Walk-Off HR

    Trinity Wins On Walk-Off HR Senior 3B Daniel Pidgeon of Darien hit a three-run, walk-off home run Friday to lead Trinity to a 5-4 victory over visiting Colby College in the New England Small College Athletic Conference East Division baseball opener for...
  • Memories of first spring training linger for Astros

    Memories of first spring training linger for Astros
    KISSIMMEE — Pat Neshek's earliest memory of spring training involved a case of mistaken identity, Torii Hunter and an unexpected gift. Neshek, who signed a two-year contract for $12.5 million with the Houston Astros in December, was a minor-...
  • Rock Cats Owner: Stadium Groundbreaking Set For February

    Rock Cats Owner: Stadium Groundbreaking Set For February
    HARTFORD – New Britain Rock Cats owner Josh Solomon wasted no time addressing the future of the Rock Cats in Hartford at the team's annual hot stove luncheon. When asked about a timetable for the Rock Cats' stadium in Hartford, he said work was...
  • On The Fly: It's Man-Child vs. Taskmaster

    On The Fly: It's Man-Child vs. Taskmaster
    So we have the Super Bowl battle of coaches: Pete Carroll vs. Bill Belichick. It's the carefree, goofy California man-child vs. the serious, ultra-competitive Machiavellian taskmaster. A study in contrasts? Maybe not. Former Patriots quarterback Drew...
  • Barnes, Springer To Run Little League Baseball Clinic In Newtown

    Barnes, Springer To Run Little League Baseball Clinic In Newtown
    Matt Barnes finished the season with the Red Sox at Fenway Park. But he is not forgetting his roots. Barnes, from Bethel, and his former UConn teammate, George Springer, who is on the Astros, are going to run a clinic for Little Leaguers at the Newtown...
  • Southington Pair To Play Baseball At UConn

    Southington Pair To Play Baseball At UConn
    SOUTHINGTON – Southington's Zac Susi and Liam Scafariello, who play on a team of traditional excellence, signed letters of intent Wednesday with another team of traditional excellence — UConn. "The facilities, coaching staff, the program,...
  • Ex-UConn SS Nick Ahmed Enjoys Taste Of Majors, Future Is Bright

    WETHERSFIELD — Nick Ahmed's career appeared to have hit a dead end in 2013. He hit .163 in April and .113 in May in Double A, that key breakthrough level on the road to the big leagues. But he never took his hitting struggles to the field. He...