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Walker has solid start for Mariners in 3-1 win at Rangers

ARLINGTON, Texas – Taijuan Walker thought he was done when he saw Seattle manager Lloyd McClendon walking toward the mound. Instead, McClendon was informing the young right-hander that he was facing his last hitter. Walker then needed only one more pitch to end the seventh inning with two runners stranded in the Mariners’ 3-1 victory over...
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Pederson, Turner homer for Dodgers in 8-3 win over Giants

LOS ANGELES — Rookie center fielder Joc Pederson‘s teammates are enjoying the many ways he can impact a ballgame, and he did it again Monday night against the San Francisco Giants. Pederson homered, doubled in a run and made a sparkling defensive play to lead the Los Angeles Dodgers to an 8-3 victory over the defending World Series...
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Oregon Tech Season Ends, Cavs Sweep Owls 8-2 & 10-2

PORTLAND – Concordia University used a pair of big innings in each of today’s NAIA West baseball doubleheaders to sweep by Oregon Tech, 8-2 & 10-2, as the Owls 2015 baseball campaign came to a close. Oregon Tech finishes up the year 17-32 overall while going 8-20 in NAIA West action.  Concordia tallied a 19-9...
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Gattis, Astros rally in 9th, sweep 3-game set from Athletics

OAKLAND, Calif. – Evan Gattis broke out of his early season slump with a crisp two-run single. The Astros’ clean-up hitter then drove in the winning runs on a pitch up above his shoulders. That’s the way things are going for AL West-leading Houston, which continues to add to its best start in nearly a decade....
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Mauer’s triple in 11th lifts Twins over Mariners

SEATTLE — On a day when even his outs were hit well, Joe Mauer saved his best swing for last. With two outs in the 11th inning, Mauer hit a two-run triple, lifting theMinnesota Twins over the Seattle Mariners 4-2 on Sunday. The hit to the gap was out of the reach of right fielder Nelson Cruz, and rolled to...
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Trail Blazers’ late comeback bid turned away by Marc Gasol-led Grizzlies

PORTLAND, Ore. — Stung by the loss of point guard Mike Conley, the Grizzlies gritted out their latest victory over the Trail Blazers. Memphis took a 3-0 lead in its first-round playoff series against Portland with a 115-109 victory on Saturday night. But it came with a cost: Conley left the game in the third quarter with a facial injury...
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Spallas Leads Owls to Split at Concordia

PORTLAND – Greg Spallas allowed just one run on seven hits in his complete-game effort, leading Oregon Tech to a split in today’s NAIA West doubleheader versus Concordia University.  The Cavaliers won the opener by a 5-1 score with Tech taking the nightcap 2-1. Oregon Tech (17-30, 8-18 NAIA W) and Concordia (27-21, 17-9 NAIA...
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Brattain, Gretz Lead Owls to 2-3 Finish at CCC Multi-Event Championships

HERMISTON, Ore. – With a second and third place finish in the Cascade Collegiate Conference Multi-Event Championship presented by US Bank today at Hermiston High School, Daniel Brattain (pictured) and Seth Gretz combined to give the Oregon Tech men 14 points heading into the CCC Track and Field Championship May 8 and May 9...
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11 Owls add Top 5 Finishes at Titan Twilight

EUGENE, Ore. – While the Cascade Conference multi-event championships kicked-off on Wednesday, the remaining men’s and women’s Oregon Tech track and field team competed at the Titan Twilight where six women and five men, including the men’s 4×100 and 4×400 team picked up Top 5 finishes on the day. For complete results of the Titan...
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Brattain and Gretz in Top-3 after Day One of CCC Multi-Event Championship

HERMISTON, Ore. – Oregon Tech’s Daniel Brattain and Seth Gretz sit in second place and third place, respectively, after day one of the Cascade Collegiate Conference multi-event championship today at Hermiston High School.  Veronica Norris, the only Tech athlete competing in the women’s heptathlon, did not score on her final two events of the afternoon...
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