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  • Orange Coast College Football Preview

    Orange Coast (2-4) vs. Southwestern (4-2) Where/when: Saturday, 6 p.m., at Southwestern Key Pirates: Fr. RB Domenic Betts (932 yards, 11 TDs rushing); So. C Alec Davis; Fr. OLB Colten Christensen (51 tackles); Fr. MLB Nick Cody (48 tackles). Key...
  • Attar on the right path

    The fact that Audie Attar has landed in Irvine, also known as America's Safest City, is more than just a little ironic considering where he's come from, where he's been. He's just 30 years old, but he's been around the world and back, both literally...
  • MLB Draft: Former CdM duo drafted

    MLB Draft: Former CdM duo drafted
    Jake Lemmerman and Matt Hauser played baseball together at Corona del Mar High four years ago and dreamed of playing in the big leagues one day. The former Sea Kings on Tuesday learned their dream is closer to becoming a reality. On the second day of...
  • Colleges column: Giving a final tip of the cap

    Colleges column: Giving a final tip of the cap
    Who better than Francis Larson to wax philosophical about the 2010 UC Irvine baseball season? UCI Coach Mike Gillespie says the senior catcher is the only player he has ever had who can tell you the difference between Socrates and Plato. "This is how...
  • Premer comes through

    Premer comes through
    CORONA DEL MAR — As the strikeouts mounted, Nick Premer knew his pitches were mounting, as well. Newport Beach Little League Majors Division players are allowed 85 pitches a day. Premer was masterful with every one. After coming in to close out...
  • College Baseball: Local boys of summer

    While former UC Irvine baseball coach John Savage prepares his UCLA team for its College World Series opener today, Anteaters head man Mike Gillespie and his staff are following the development of players who will try to help UCI make a run at Omaha in...
  • Little League: Local teams to clash

    Later this month, Jeff Gardner and Dave Bock will be managers for the same team that will play in a special tournament in Cooperstown, N.Y. But next week, the two will be in different dugouts, squaring off against each other. The winner stays alive. The...
  • It's fun to be a fan at FanFest

    When I posed the question – What does it mean for you to have the All-Star game here? – to Major League Baseball Hall of Famer Rod Carew, I thought for a brief moment that I could answer it. I could have dozens of microphones and tape...
  • Newport-Mesa benefits from baseball bonanza

    NEWPORT BEACH — In the noontime darkness Monday, deep within the Class of 47 bar next to the Balboa Island Ferry, the beers were going fast in anticipation of Tuesday night's All-Star Game. Customers were talking about baseball as much as they...
  • Book hits close to home

     Book hits close to home
    HUNTINGTON BEACH — More than 100 volleyball fans went to a bookstore to see Misty May-Treanor serve up more than balls. She can be one funny act, even at a Barnes & Noble on a Tuesday night in Huntington Beach. Mostly teenage girls, mothers and...
  • From temp to all-star

    From temp to all-star
    Five weeks ago, Jordan Leyland showed up to Cotuit, Mass., to play for the Cape Cod Baseball League team in town. No one guaranteed the UC Irvine player a roster spot. "I was a temporary guy," said Leyland, knowing any day might be his last with the...
  • Ratledge looks for work

    Ratledge looks for work
    Ed Ratledge rides a beach cruiser to work and shows up in flip-flops. He slips out of them when he reaches his so-called outdoor office. The beach is where Ratledge works. On the sand is where he earns a living. Ratledge now has to find other ways...