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San Diego Padres

Venable’s walk-off takes Padres past Mariners

SAN DIEGO – Eric Stults had nothing to show for his best start of the season, though it was just what his team needed. The San Diego Padres starting pitcher couldn’t have been happier after Will Venable drove home the winning run in the bottom of the 10th inning to beat the Seattle Mariners 3-2...
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Angels

Halos’ Weaver sharp in return from DL

ANAHEIM, Calif. – Jered Weaver quickly shook off the rust, striking out the first two batters he faced to start his first game in nearly eight weeks. The right-hander pitched six strong innings and Mark Trumbo hit a go-ahead two-run homer in the fifth inning, giving the Los Angeles Angels a 4-3 win over the...
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Oakland Athletics A's

Milone outpitches Lincecum as A’s beat Giants

SAN FRANCISCO – Oakland manager Bob Melvin leaned back in his clubhouse chair and exhaled – on the winning side of the Bay Bridge Series rivalry 3 hours, 43 minutes of intense baseball later. Tommy Milone won his second straight decision following a five-start skid, pinch-hitter Nate Freiman had a two-run single, and the Athletics...
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April Student-Athletes of the Month announced

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – During Wednesday’s Goofing Around at Lunch Forum, 960 the Sports Legend announced the MyBasin.com Student-Athletes of the Month for April 2013. Henley’s Tara Moates and Bonanza’s Ryan Stewart were selected and will receive a certificate and an invitation to appear on the Basin’s live, local sports talk show, Goofing Around...
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Henley advances to state baseball title game

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — Drew Seater’s RBI single in the bottom of the fifth inning helped the Henley Hornets to a 2-1 win over Sisters (26-3) in the state semifinals. Henley junior Drew Seater The loss was Sisters’ first in 25 games, while Henley won its ninth straight. The Hornets (24-5) will face Newport...
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Ryu two-hitter lifts Dodgers

LOS ANGELES – Hyun-Jin Ryu dazzled in earning his first complete game in the major leagues, pitching a two-hitter in which the left-hander changed speeds and worked both sides of the plate with ease. ”He’s a superstar,” Dodgers All-Star slugger Matt Kemp said. ”He kept some great hitters off-balance.” Helped by Luis Cruz’s first homer...
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Mariners

Volquez throws longest outing as Padres beat Seattle

SEATTLE – When Edinson Volquez is at his best, it’s more than just his fastball and change-up that he can consistently throw for strikes. Volquez’s curveball has to be effective and it was on Tuesday night. ”That’s as good a hook as he’s had all year,” San Diego manager Bud Black said.
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Seahawks players meet after latest PED suspension

RENTON, Wash. – It was the idea of fullback Michael Robinson, one of the more established veterans on Seattle’s roster, to hold a players meeting after some more unwelcomed news came the Seahawks’ way. But Robinson wasn’t alone in talking during a meeting last week that addressed the team’s troubling run of suspensions for performance-enhancing...
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Oakland Athletics A's

Parker leads A’s over Giants

OAKLAND, Calif. – The Oakland Athletics began the month of May in quite a funk. Now, they are right back on track thanks to solid starting pitching and timely hitting. The defending World Series champion San Francisco Giants, meanwhile, are searching to find their top form as June nears. Derek Norris hit a two-run homer...
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Klamath Falls hosts two state baseball semis

The center of the 4A baseball world is Klamath Falls this afternoon as the Klamath Union Pelicans and Henley Hornets both host the OSAA State Championships semifinals.  It’s a two-destination doubleheader starting with Klamath Union hosting Newport at 2 p.m. at Steen Sports Park (960 the Sports Legend). The two teams have scored 25 runs...
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