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Oregon Tech to Host Alumni Softball Game, Fall Schedule Set

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – Head softball coach Greg Stewart announced that Oregon Tech will be hosting its 2015 Alumni Softball game on Saturday, October 24, beginning at 11 a.m. at the Softball Complex on the campus of Oregon Institute of Technology. The fall softball schedule is set at six games, including a contest versus...
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Peavy hits 1st HR in 9 years, pitches Giants past Reds 5-3

SAN FRANCISCO — Sure, Jake Peavy can remember his last home run — and the pitcher who gave it up. “It would be Brad Penny. They’re not hard to count,” Peavy quipped. “Three of them in 14 years, they stand out.” The Giants pitcher homered through the low-hovering mist for his first long ball in more than...
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Montero homer leads Mariners past Angels 3-1

SEATTLE – Jesus Montero provided the big blow for Seattle, continuing to get the best of Jered Weaver. But Kyle Seager was the one responsible for knocking Weaver out of the game by getting hit. Montero hit a three-run homer, and Seager’s jawing with Weaver eventually led to the Los Angeles Angels‘ pitcher being ejected in the Mariners’ 3-1 victory...
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Olt, Cabrera key 6-run 4th inning as White Sox beat A’s 9-4

CHICAGO — The White Sox were looking to bounce back from a lopsided loss. One big inning did the trick. Mike Olt homered and Melky Cabrera had a two-run double as part of a six-run fourth inning to help Chicago beat the Oakland Athletics 9-4 on Wednesday night. Chicago’s scoring burst in the fourth came a night after the...
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Thank you – from Klamath Falls Babe Ruth All Stars

Top row left to right: Jagger Graham, Rodrigo Madera, Manager Tom Loney, Coach Tom Rasica, Coach Ryan Hamilton, Jeffrey Hudson, Zachary Gibson Middle row left to right: Heith Rasica, Garrett Campbell, Hayden Rasica, McCrea Hamilton, Blake Loney, Andrew Reynolds Front row left to right: Skyler Reasoner, Riley Brennan The Klamath Falls 14 year old...
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Carlos Hyde punishes Vikings on ground as 49ers cruise

SANTA CLARA, Calif. — The San Francisco 49ers have a new featured running back with Frank Gore long gone. Carlos Hyde wanted to outplay the better-known No. 28 on the field, Adrian Peterson. He did that and more, and Jim Tomsula’s 49ers produced a victory in his debut as head coach minus the interim status he had for the final...
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Mariners

Smith and Walker lead Mariners to 10-1 win over Angels

SEATTLE — The Los Angeles Angels were looking to put a disappointing loss behind them. They’re still looking. Seth Smith homered and Taijuan Walker pitched seven dominant innings to pace the Seattle Mariners to a 10-1 victory over the Angels on Monday night, dropping Los Angeles four games back in the AL wild card race. “The losses don’t feel any different...
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Cabrera, White Sox outlast Oakland

CHICAGO — The Chicago White Sox were happy to walk away with a victory after blowing a four-run lead in the ninth inning. Melky Cabrera drove in Geovany Soto with two outs in the 14th inning to give the White Sox an 8-7 win Monday night over the Oakland Athletics. Cabrera singled off Arnold Leon (0-2) to end the season’s longest game...
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San Francisco Giants

Giants beat Reds 5-3 for fourth straight win

SAN FRANCISCO – Brandon Belt‘s hitting is helping keep the Giants afloat in the playoff race. The veteran first baseman’s glove work is proving critical, too. Belt tripled and drove in two runs and made a sparkling defensive play to throw a runner out at home in the fifth inning, and San Francisco beat the Cincinnati...
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Rams stuff Marshawn Lynch on fourth down in OT to survive Seahawks’ rally

ST. LOUIS — The Seahawks needed a yard. The Rams defense knew that this time, unlike in the Super Bowl, they would give the ball to Marshawn Lynch. Once again, Pete Carroll’s choice didn’t work out. Rams defensive linemenMichael Brockers and Aaron Donald stuffed Lynch for a 1-yard loss on fourth down to seal a 34-31 overtime victory...
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