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  • HB quartet commit to programs

    HB quartet commit to programs
    Four members of the Huntington Beach High baseball program got their recruiting process out of the way early by recently committing to three NCAA Division 1 schools. Oilers Head Coach Benji Medure said Logan Pouelsen and Hagen Danner both committed to...
  • MINOR LEAGUE UPDATE: Glendale Community College product Ryan Sherriff continues to pitch well for Palm Beach

    The following are updates on local baseball players at the minor league level. Ryan Sherriff (Glendale Community College, 2011) Palm Beach Cardinals pitcher: Sherriff, a former Glendale Angelenos starting pitcher who also helped Glendale college...
  • Silver Hawks ride rookie arms to playoff sweep of Loons

    Silver Hawks ride rookie arms to playoff sweep of Loons
    SOUTH BEND -- Braden Shipley threw seven dominant innings and right fielder Socrates Brito launched a key two-run homer as the South Bend Silver Hawks defeated the Great Lakes Loons 5-1. The win inaugurated the newly rechristened Four Winds Field at...
  • River Bandits take Game 1 from Silver Hawks, 3-2

    River Bandits take Game 1 from Silver Hawks, 3-2
    SOUTH BEND -- Quad Cities third baseman Rio Ruiz grounded a two-out tie-breaking single through the right side in the top of the eighth as the River Bandits took Game 1 of the Midwest League Championship Series 3-2 over the South Bend Silver Hawks. Both...
  • Miami baseball recruiting class ranked No. 4 in nation

    Collegiate Baseball has ranked Miami's 2013 recruiting class among the best in the nation.  According to the publication, the Hurricanes class--which features 14 freshmen and two junior college transfers--ranks No. 4 nationally behind Florida,...
  • Stroudsburg quarterback is headed to Alabama

     
    Mike Nikorak, the Stroudsburg High quarterback who led his team to the Mountain Valley Conference championship last year as a sophomore and to a 2-0 start so far this season, is headed to Alabama. But to play baseball. Nikorak, who was also the Mountain...
  • MLB Draft 2013: USC is set to lose two more prospects [Update]

     
    USC, a 12-time NCAA champion in baseball, hasn't been to the playoffs since 2005, and one reason is that the Trojans keep trying to land high school recruits who end up signing with professional teams. Two more recruits, Dominic Smith......
  • MLB Draft 2013: Ryan McMahon is second-round pick of the Rockies

     
    Third baseman Ryan McMahon of Santa Ana Mater Dei learned that all of his hard work has paid off, because the Colorado Rockies took him in the second round of Thursday's draft at No. 42. He batted .405 with 32......
  • MLB Draft 2013: Ex-Crespi first baseman Ryon Healy is 100th pick

     
    Ryon Healy, a 6-foot-5 former Encino Crespi first baseman who became a standout at Oregon, was taken in the third round on Friday as the 100th pick overall in baseball's first-year player draft by the Oakland Athletics. He had 11......
  • Arkansas Razorbacks: Ryne Stanek signs first round contract with Tampa Bay Rays

    FAYETTEVILLE – Former University of Arkansas right-handed pitcher Ryne Stanek has signed a professional contract with the Tampa Bay Rays, as announced on Tuesday. Stanek, who was the seventh player in program history to be drafted in the first...
  • Star Track: Patrick Corbett

    Star Track: Patrick Corbett
    For the second consecutive season, Patrick Corbett of Yorktown emerged as a reliable relief pitcher for the Coastal Carolina Chanticleers in Conway, S.C. The 6-foot-5, 185-pound right-hander posted a 2.72 earned-run average in 24 games, all but two...
  • Peninsula Pilots will be at full strength to start season – for a change

    HAMPTON – Peninsula Pilots coach Hank Morgan remembers a time in the recent past when he was still scrambling a week before the start of the Coastal Plain League season just to find about four players to play for him. It's a scene he's gotten used...