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Rockies’ Moyer can’t win against Giants

DENVER – No win for the ages. Or, for that matter, the aged. At 49, Jamie Moyer failed in his second attempt to become the oldest pitcher to win a major league game when Madison Bumgarner took a no-hit bid into the sixth and scattered four hits over 7 1-3 innings in the San Francisco...
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Timbers on the road at defending champs

PORTLAND, Ore. — After consecutive home games, the Portland Timbers head out for the first of two away matches during the month of April on Saturday to take on the LA Galaxy at The Home Depot Center in Carson, Calif.; kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m. (Pacific). The matchup between the Timbers and defending-MLS...
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Finally Mariners return home to open against A’s

SEATTLE – Mariners manager Eric Wedge is all set to return to his house Thursday night, for the first time in nearly 21/2 months. From Washington state to Arizona, to Japan, back to Arizona, to California, to Texas and finally back to the Pacific Northwest, Seattle’s two-month, transcontinental spring training/opening road trip will finally come...
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Blazers’ Aldridge done for season

PORTLAND, Ore. — Portland Trail Blazers All-Star LaMarcus Aldridge will have season-ending hip surgery. The team made the announcement following Aldridge’s visit with a hip specialist in Vail, Colo. on Wednesday. Audio: Blazers interim general manager Chad Buchanan Blazers interim general manager Chad Buchanan says they’re expecting a recovery time of two to four months,...
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Lady Owls add a new player

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — The Oregon Tech women’s basketball team added Carly McIsaac to its 2012 recruiting class, announcing the signing of the 5-9 Tumwater, Wash. guard. “Carly had an exceptional senior year at Tumwater High School and earned virtually every post-season award available,” head coach Scott Meredith told OITsports.com. “We were initially impressed...
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15 OIT student-athletes on CCC academic list

LA GRANDE, Ore. – A total of 15 Oregon Tech men’s and women’s track and field, softball and baseball athletes earned Academic All-Cascade Conference honors for their performances in the classroom, the conference office announced. To earn recognition as a CCC scholar-athlete, a student must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.2 and at least...
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Garrard stars in Mazama’s track victory

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — Three wins by Trevor Garrard highlighted the Mazama boys victory at Wednesday’s Mazama Skyline track and field meet. The Mazama senior won the 400 meters, high jump, triple jump and was a member of the Vikings 4 x 400 relay winner to help Mazama clear second-place Henley by nearly 30...
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Billingsley strong in Dodgers win

LOS ANGELES – The Los Angeles Dodgers are off to their best start since 1999. One of the reasons is a new and improved Chad Billingsley. Another is Juan Rivera, whose bat manager Don Mattingly will be able to enjoy in the middle of his lineup for a full season this time around to complement...
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Blazers beat Warriors without Aldridge

PORTLAND, Ore. – With LaMarcus Aldridge out, Jamal Crawford saw an opportunity to fill the void for the Portland Trail Blazers. Crawford scored a season-high 34 points, Wesley Matthews had two baskets in the final minute and the Blazers beat the Golden State Warriors 118-110 on Wednesday night. An explosive 11th-year combo guard, Crawford joined...
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San Francisco Giants

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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