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  • Oregon baseball: Scott Heineman out for year but is ‘slam dunk’ to gain extra season

    Oregon baseball infielder Scott Heineman will undergo labrum surgery in April after straining his left shoulder on a swing against Loyola Marymount on Feb. 23 and re-tweaking it on March 14 against USC. The surgery will cost Heineman his junior season, but Oregon head coach George Horton said after Sunday’s 3-1 win over Utah that […]

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  • Oregon baseball: Ducks feel pressure to handle hobbling Utes this weekend

    Last weekend, the Oregon State baseball team came into Utah’s Smith’s Ballpark and dominated. The Utes lost by a combined score of 19-2, averaged five hits per outing and never held a lead in the three games. This wasn’t much of a surprise, as Oregon State is ranked fourth in the nation and Utah is one of […]

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    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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  • Big Play At Plate

    Oregon’s Championship Luck

    Teams that win championships have a number of seasonal components, all of which will contribute to their success.  Elements such as coaching talent, player ability, facilities and the support of administration and fans frame a fifth component “Championship Luck.”   One seldom reads or hears of …

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  • Oregon baseball: Eight-run eighth inning gives Ducks blowout win over Loyola Marymount

    Oregon shortstop Kevin Minjares led off the eighth inning with a flyout to center field. The Ducks would cycle through their entire lineup before recording another out, piling on eight runs in the inning to turn a tight 3-2 lead over Loyola Marymount into a blowout. The Ducks (5-0) would beat the Lions (2-3) 12-2 tonight […]

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  • Emerald roundtable: Oregon baseball heads to Loyola Marymount looking to stay undefeated

    Every week during baseball season, our sports staff will discuss various topics surrounding an upcoming Oregon series. Today, Emerald digital sport editor Victor Flores and sports reporters Chris Mosch and Andrew Bantly discuss the Ducks’ four-game sweep over Hawaii and their upcoming series against Loyola Marymount. 1) What should be Oregon’s biggest takeaway from its […]

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  • An elite recruit and stable of returning studs – Future looks bright for Oregon Baseball

    The offseason hasn’t been all fireworks and barbeques for the Oregon baseball team. Their best hitter last season, Ryon Healy, signed a $500,000 deal with the Oakland A’s, who took him in the third round of the MLB draft. Young and promising pitcher Cole Wiper …

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  • Was This The Best Oregon Baseball Season Ever?

    Don’t worry too much about Monday’s loss to Rice. The Ducks had a bad game. That’s it. Good teams have bad games. The difference between good teams and the ones that can’t even dream about the College World Series is that good teams have many …

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  • Beavers Slam Ducks, Take Civil War Series

    Eugene, OR – The 4th ranked Beavers took an early lead with a combination of great pitching and an explosive offense and never looked back Sunday afternoon against the Oregon Ducks, taking game three and the series by a score of 12-2. Jake Reed (6-4) took …

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    Ducks Win Series Opener on Thorpe’s Gem

    Featured Photo Courtesy Steve Francis Photography The Oregon Ducks scrambled their way to three runs to take battle number one of the Civil War series on Friday night against the Oregon State Beavers.  The victory came behind a brilliant pitching performance from starter Tommy Thorpe, …

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