All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘PK Park’

  • Oregon baseball’s Mitchell Tolman named national hitter of the week

    The National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association named Oregon third baseman Mitchell Tolman the national hitter of the week on Tuesday, a day after he earned Pac-12 player of the week honors. He now has two NCBWA hitter of the week awards in his career (first this season). Tolman hit .600 (9-for-15) with six RBIs in No. […]

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  • Pair of Oregon pitchers prepare for batters and weddings during season

    Jessica Sorenson stood on home plate during an overcast day PK Park, blindfolded. Her boyfriend, Oregon baseball reliever Darrell Hunter, stood by the pitcher’s mound in front of all of his teammates. After her sister removed the blindfold, Sorenson saw the group of baseball players and the video board, which had a message: “Jessica Sorenson, will you marry me?” […]

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  • PK Park

    Duck Baseball and Clam Chowder Magna Cum Laude!

    Take Me Out to the Ballgame is embodied in a wonderful, family-themed time at PK Park.  We’ll get back to talking about playing the game later. It was a Saturday afternoon game and who the Ducks were playing didn’t matter, because we were there to enjoy ourselves …

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  • Duck Hit

    Duck Baseball — A Man’s Bat is His Refuge

    An aspect of a baseball game that we give very little thought to are the bats used. Bats are a very personal issue with ball players — and at the professional level it is almost a ‘reverent sacrilege’ to fool with another player’s bat.  Furthermore, let the …

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  • Emerald quotes of the week: Oregon’s Jack Kruger calls Matt Krook ‘an adventure’ to catch

    Every Sunday, The Emerald sports staff will collect their favorite quotes from the previous seven days. Athletes, coaches, media or anybody with a quote pertaining to Oregon sports can be included. Below are The Emerald’s favorites from the week of Feb. 24-March 2. Baseball “We’re the 2014 Ducks. We’re going to be able to hit […]

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