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Mariners hold off Astros 3-2

SEATTLE — Houston had plenty of opportunities Wednesday night, but each time the tying run reached third base, the Astros were unable to get the job done. The failed chances eventually ran out and the Astros were unable to complete a three-game sweep against Seattle, falling 3-2 to the Mariners. Down a run, Houston...
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Panik hits game-ending sacrifice fly, Giants beat Dodgers

SAN FRANCISCO — A pair of important wins against one of baseball’s hottest teams is exactly what Giants manager Bruce Bochy is counting on to help get his club back on track from a rough start. Joe Panik hit a game-ending sacrifice fly against a five-man infield, and San Francisco beat the first-place Dodgers 3-2...
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Tech Men and Women Finish 3rd at CCC Golf Championships

NORTH PLAINS, Ore.— The Oregon Tech Men’s Golf Team just missed 2nd place finishing one stroke behind Corban University for 3rd place as No. 16-ranked Concordia University won both the men’s and women’s CCC Titles. Oregon Tech head coach Jeff Corkill was voted CCC Men’s Coach of the Year. 2015 CCC Championships Final Men ...
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Angels beat A’s with 3-run HRs by Giavotella, Calhoun

ANAHEIM, Calif. — The Los Angeles Angels had a pretty easy time against Oakland pitching — until they faced first baseman Ike Davis. Johnny Giavotella hit a three-run homer, his first for the Angels after the second inning was extended by a replay review, and the defending AL West champions routed the Athletics 14-1 Tuesday night to end...
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Mariners

McHugh wins 10th straight as Astros rally past M’s 6-3

SEATTLE – Collin McHugh continued to linger, never getting knocked around enough to where his night needed to end, even if it felt as if there were constantly runners on base. That grinding effort by Houston’s young rising star pitcher was eventually rewarded by Jose Altuve, who hit a go-ahead three-run double in the eighth inning that...
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Tech’s Moates Earns NAIA National Softball Player of the Week Award

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Oregon Tech’s Tara Moates has been named the NAIA National Softball Player of the Week based on her performance at College of Idaho and Eastern Oregon University in the last week of Cascade Collegiate Conference regular-season softball action, the national office announced Tuesday.   Moates (Klamath Falls, Ore.) went 12-for-15 at...
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OIT Men and Women in 3rd after 1st Day of CCC Championships

NORTH PLAINS, Ore.— After pulling off a huge upset last week over No.16 Concordia and No. 24 Corban to win the Northwest Christian University Invitational, the Oregon Tech Men’s Golf Team was hoping to carry that momentum into the first day of the Cascade Collegiate Conference Men’s Golf Championship presented by U.S. Bank at...
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Vogt’s 3-run HR helps A’s beat Angels 6-3

ANAHEIM, Calif. – Dan Otero‘s longest relief stint in the majors proved vital for the Oakland Athletics in the opener of their four-game series with the Los Angeles Angels. The four-year veteran right-hander got credit for the Athletics’ 6-3 victory over the Angels on Monday night, allowing one hit over four innings after Stephen Vogt‘s three-run homer in the...
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Mariners

Valbuena hits two HR in Houston’s 7-5 victory over Seattle

SEATTLE – Luis Valbuena expects to play well, even this well. The Houston third baseman hit a pair of solo home runs, including a go-ahead shot in the eighth inning, to give the Astros a 7-5 victory over the Seattle Mariners on Monday night. It was the Valbuena’s fifth home run in the past seven games and second...
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Tech’s Moates Named Player of the Week

LA GRANDE, Ore. — Oregon Tech’s Tara Moates has been named the Red Lion Softball Player of the Week the Conference office announced today.  Moates, a freshman infielder from Klamath Falls, Ore., went 12-for-15 this weekend with four home runs and 14 RBI. She upped her season batting average to .524 (3rd in the NAIA)...
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