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  • Mayhem rolls to championship

    The Costa Mesa Mayhem, a 16-and-under baseball team under the banner of Costa Mesa Pony Baseball, went 4-0 on Saturday and Sunday to claim the age 15-16 wood bat division of a four-team tournament at The Yard in Fullerton. Kaz Akamatsu threw a seven-...
  • It's A Gray Area: Politics is sports by other means

    What is your political philosophy? It is an interesting question that few people really give time to think about. With apologies to George Carlin, here's how I see the three largest political parties in our country. Republicans are like football...
  • NHBA 11U All-Stars keep it going

    The Newport Harbor Baseball Assn. Bronco 11U All-Stars came through with a come-from-behind victory on Tuesday night to secure a spot in the PONY Southern California Super Regional Tournament that began Friday in Whittier. The Newport team battled...
  • Amazing run for NBLL All-Stars

    Amazing run for NBLL All-Stars
    The Newport Beach Little League 8/9 American All-Star team played for the District 55 championship last weekend against Aliso Viejo. The team had an amazing run leading up to the championship game playing seven games in nine days and winning five of...
  • Orloff hiring official

    UC Irvine baseball coach Mike Gillespie confirmed in a statement Thursday, more than a month after it was originally reported, that former star shortstop Ben Orloff had been added to the coaching staff. The statement did not address what role Orloff...
  • Mayor's Cup: Nothing decided just yet

    Mayor's Cup: Nothing decided just yet
    COSTA MESA — One manager clung to discretion when asked about his next starting pitcher, but there is no secret who will have recent history on their side when the Costa Mesa Mayor's Cup Little League Baseball tournament is decided Saturday at Costa...
  • Orloff's return lauded

    Orloff's return lauded
    Former UC Irvine baseball coach Dave Serrano said the one move that proved most catalytic in the Anteaters' evolution as a national power occurred when then-freshman walk-on Ben Orloff was inserted into the lineup as the everyday shortstop in 2006....
  • Costa Mesa American All-Stars end drought

    Costa Mesa American All-Stars end drought
    COSTA MESA — It was a win so coveted, it turned parents into paparazzi, too-cool teenage older brothers into sentimental supporters, and silenced crosstown bragging rights that had blared, uninterrupted, for more than a half-decade. But Saturday's...
  • Bat Rays continue hot streak

    COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. — Shawn Nielsen slammed three home runs and came out of the bullpen to earn the pitching victory Tuesday as the Newport Beach Bat Rays U-12 travel baseball team rallied from an 8-0 deficit to defeat the Smithtown (N.Y.) Bulls, 22-...
  • Briefs: Musselman, Whitelegge each score twice in victory

    Corona del Mar High incoming sophomore Maddie Musselman and Newport Harbor incoming junior Rachel Whitelegge each scored twice Wednesday, helping the United States Women's Youth National water polo team defeat Brazil, 11-6, at the UANA Youth Pan...
  • Bat Rays advance to Sweet 16

    Johnny Olmstead pitched a brilliant six-inning complete game and Hayden Schott socked a pair of home runs, including a first-inning grand slam, as the Newport Beach Bat Rays U-12 travel baseball team overcame three deficits to beat the South Jersey...
  • Steinberg: Yawn, what a boring concept

    So Major League Baseball has devised a plan, to start next season, to allow managers to challenge three plays per game. They have exempted balls and strikes and hit batters as calls that can be challenged, but they claim that 89% of other plays will...