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  • UC Irvine Baseball: 'Mighty Mo' wills himself to success

    UC Irvine Baseball: 'Mighty Mo' wills himself to success
    Andrew Morales has literally been playing baseball since before he can remember. But it's the UC Irvine senior pitcher's ability to forget that has helped him achieve a virtually unprecedented level of success. For the first time in two seasons,...
  • JC Baseball: OCC's subtle star Nulph is happy, productive

    JC Baseball: OCC's subtle star Nulph is happy, productive
    Cody Nulph is not an overnight success this season, as much as he is an everyday success. The sun sets, the sun rises, and the Orange Coast College shortstop gets close to two hits every game, plays solid defense and lifts those around him with his upbeat...
  • College Baseball: 'Eaters falter again

    LONG BEACH — Two of the most reliable arms in the nation this season, not to mention UC Irvine baseball history, weren't enough for the Anteaters against Long Beach State on Thursday. Junior closer Sam Moore, trying for his NCAA record-tying 24th...
  • Baseball: Sage Hill moves on

    Baseball: Sage Hill moves on
    SHERMAN OAKS — A little more than a week ago, Sage Hill School baseball coach Dominic Campeau found out the dates of the school's senior rafting trip. The getaway takes place every year around this time. Four key seniors play for the Lightning,...
  • College Baseball: 'Eaters fall to third

    LONG BEACH — After a 3-2 victory at then-No. 5-ranked Cal Poly San Luis Obispo on May 9, the UC Irvine baseball team was 20 games better than .500, an imposing 15-1 in the Big West Conference, and, some said, a candidate to host an NCAA Regional....
  • Faulkner: Pirates baseball team honors Watanabe legacy

    It has been five years since Orange Coast College won a state baseball championship, which capped a tumultuous season marked by ultimate tragedy. Yet the memory of the 2009 in-season death of then-redshirt catcher Jourdan Watanabe, just as it did with...
  • JC Baseball: Pirates extend streak

    FRESNO — It often takes more than talent to win a championship, which the Orange Coast College baseball team is somewhat counting on this weekend. The Pirates lost sophomore pitching ace David Hill to a sprained ankle in practice on Thursday and...
  • College Baseball: UC Irvine headed to Corvallis for NCAA Regional

    UC Irvine's season continues as the Anteaters will play in the Corvallis (Ore.) Regional beginning Friday at Goss Stadium. Coach Mike Gillespie's UCI squad, the No. 3 seed in the regional, opens against second-seeded UNLV at 2 p.m. Friday. Oregon State,...
  • JC Baseball: OCC wins, plays for state title Monday

    JC Baseball: OCC wins, plays for state title Monday
    FRESNO — San Joaquin Delta College learned on Sunday that it is probably best to let a tired arm and/or an injured infielder lie. OCC sophomore pitcher Jacob Hill, who had thrown two innings the last month while resting a sore left arm, pitched...
  • JC Baseball: Pirates sweep to state championship

    JC Baseball: Pirates sweep to state championship
    FRESNO — Thanks to Curt Schilling, the bloody sock has its place in championship baseball lore. Now, it's time to make room for the swollen sock. Orange Coast College sophomore pitcher David Hill, who stepped on a baseball at practice Thursday and...
  • Baseball: Sage Hill falls to Sierra Canyon again

    Sage Hill School and Chatsworth Sierra Canyon met for the second time in three years in the CIF Southern Section Division 6 baseball playoffs. A couple of years ago, Parker Reposa took the mound on the road in the first round for the Lightning. He went...
  • Faulkner: Pirates hit their number

    Faulkner: Pirates hit their number
    If you see a celebratory team picture of the 2014 California Community College Athletic Assn. state baseball champions, those are not double peace signs the Orange Coast College players and coaches are flashing. After winning the program's fifth state...