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Giants go from shutout to blowout

DENVER – After watching teammate Barry Zito throw the first shutout for the Giants at Coors Field 48 hours earlier, Tim Lincecum never saw this coming. The shortest outing of his career. Lincecum was shelled for six runs in 2 1-3 innings Wednesday night as the Colorado Rockies snapped out of an offensive funk with...
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Warriors-Trail Blazers Preview

Coming off their most lopsided defeat in five seasons, the deflated Golden State Warriors seem to have hit rock bottom. While the Portland Trail Blazers’ recent efforts also have left much to be desired, they don’t appear ready to throw in the towel just yet. The visiting Warriors try to avoid a ninth loss...
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Oregon Tech baseball modifies weekend slate

Oregon Tech baseball has reshuffled its weekend schedule, moving the three-day, four-game set with Lewis-Clark State to Saturday through Monday, OITsports.com announced Tuesday. Following a single game Saturday at 5 p.m., the teams will play a doubleheader Sunday at 11 a.m. The series will conclude Monday at 11 a.m. All games scheduled at Kiger...
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High School Round-Up: KU beats Henley in league opener

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — Skyline Conference baseball got underway on Tuesday, with the Klamath Union Pelicans visiting the Henley Hornets Audio: Play-by-play: Klamath Union’s Kody Kuhlman doubles in two runs Kody Kuhlman finished with two doubles, scoring three RBI and threw a complete game win as KU’s pitcher, as the Pelicans defeated Henley 11-3....
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Feliz’s stellar as Rangers down M’s

ARLINGTON, Texas — Neftali Feliz’s first start for the Rangers didn’t draw the same kind of international attention as Yu Darvish’s did the night before, and it probably won’t set any ratings records, but it may have been just as important. Feliz became just the third pitcher in club history to pitch at least...
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Birthday blast has Ethier looking great for 2012

LOS ANGELES — It was Andre Ethier’s birthday, but the Dodgers slugger was the one in a gift-giving mood. Celebrating in tandem with the 50th anniversary of Dodger Stadium, Ethier hit Jason Grilli’s 2-1 fastball over the right-field wall with two out in the bottom of the eighth Tuesday, giving the Dodgers a 2-1...
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San Diego Padres

Moores hires bankers to sell Padres

SAN DIEGO – John Moores is putting the San Diego Padres up for sale again following a failed effort by former player agent Jeff Moorad to buy the team. Moores announced Tuesday he has hired investment bankers Steve Greenberg of Allen & Co. and John Moag of Moag & Co. to advise on the sale,...
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Conforto’s homers Beavers to win over Nevada

RENO, Nev. – Michael Conforto hit two three-run home runs, including one in the 10th inning, as the Oregon State baseball team downed Nevada, 10-7, Tuesday afternoon at Peccole Park to take the two-game series with the Wolfpack. Both home runs went to left field for Conforto, who now has eight round-trippers on the...
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Ducks baseball beats San Francisco

EUGENE, Ore. – Jeff Gold shut out San Francisco in five innings of work, helping No. 16 Oregon to a 4-1 victory over the Dons at PK Park on Tuesday afternoon. In his fourth start of the year, Gold (4-2) held the Dons (14-22) without a hit through five innings, and struck out three....
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Blazers’ Aldridge to have hip examined

PORTLAND, Ore. — Portland Trail Blazers forward LaMarcus Aldridge is traveling to Colorado to have his sore right hip examined. The team says trainer Jay Jensen will accompany Aldridge to the examination Tuesday in Vail, Colo.  
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