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World Series

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  • Carnett: Everlasting love for Dodgers ran its course

    The Dodgers had hoped to make a deep run into postseason play this year. I guess it wasn't meant to be. When the team moved to Los Angeles from Brooklyn in 1958, I was 13. An Orange County native, I adopted the Dodgers as My Team. I listened to Vin...
  • Morales leads UCI to Omaha

    Morales leads UCI to Omaha
    A first-inning run and Andrew Morales' usual brilliance paved the road to Omaha for the UC Irvine baseball team Saturday night. Morales, a highly decorated senior right-hander, was dominant on the hill at Allie P. Reynolds Stadium in Stillwater, Okla.,...
  • UC Irvine's Mike Gillespie, Texas' Augie Garrido to play one for ages

    What’s older than Major League Baseball? The combined ages of two coaches who will face each other in the College World Series on Saturday. UC Irvine’s Mike Gillespie (74) will see Texas’ Augie Garrido (75) in the other dugout for...
  • Baseball: Slugger Sparks UCI run

    Baseball: Slugger Sparks UCI run
    For most of his UC Irvine baseball career, Taylor Sparks has been more about detonating rallies than igniting them. But after a postseason move to the leadoff spot, the former cleanup hitter has helped the Anteaters explode back onto college baseball's...
  • Steinberg: Mike Trout leads Angels' resurgence

    Don't look now, but baseball's hottest team is the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, who entered the All-Star break with a 57-37 record, 1 1/2 games behind the first-place Oakland Athletics in the American League West. Can the Angels catch the A's and win...
  • Faulkner: Gillespie excited for 2015

    On the heels of what he called one of his most rewarding seasons, UC Irvine baseball coach Mike Gillespie is understandably excited to be remaining at the Anteaters helm. UCI Athletic Director Mike Izzi has said a contract extension will be signed...
  • Briefs: Gillespie honored again

    UC Irvine's Mike Gillespie has been named West Region Coach of the Year by the American Baseball Coaches Assn. after leading the Anteaters to a fifth-place finish at the College World Series. It's the third time in his career that Gillespie has earned...
  • Steinberg: How 'bout them Dodgers?

    Those in the Guggenheim group are heroes in Southern California as the Dodgers defeated Arizona 7-6 to clinch the Western Division title in the National League pennant race Thursday. They promised to bring quality baseball and victory back to Los...
  • Steinberg: Money doesn't lead to wins for Dodgers, Angels

    There is no joy in SoCal baseball fandom, the mighty local teams have struck out. The Los Angeles Dodgers have a payroll of $220,395,196, which leads Major League Baseball. Their record through Friday was 13-21, which placed them last in the National...
  • Abbott keeps helping

    Abbott keeps helping
    Last month, Jim Abbott visited KidWorks in Santa Ana. Abbott, the former Major League Baseball pitcher, says he stays busy these days, speaking to various people and motivating many about the story of his life and about succeeding despite being born...
  • Steinberg: What does it take to win?

    During the World Series, focus returned to the debate over whether big spending is the key to victory in baseball. This past World Series featured the Boston Red Sox — with the fourth-highest payroll— against the St. Louis Cardinals, who...
  • Orloff joining 'Eaters coaching staff

    Orloff joining 'Eaters coaching staff
    A spokesman for UC Irvine athletics confirmed Tuesday that the school was making changes to its baseball program, adding validity to a published report on Monday that former UCI All-American Ben Orloff had joined the program as an assistant coach and that...