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By Marissa Morris

The Terrapins rolled past George Mason, 13-4, Wednesday night at Bob “Turtle” Smith Stadium.

After a disappointing performance at the plate in their previous game, Maryland’s bats were red-hot against the Patriots. 174 more words


Mariners Recap 4/24: Seager Saves The Day, Win 5-3

By Nate Hanson

Kyle Seager hit a walk-off, three-run homer to end the Mariners’ eight-game losing streak in a 5-3 win over the Houston Astros Wednesday afternoon. 960 more words


Korzan hot, Wolf bats cold!!

Willie Smith is trapped in his own personal “Twilight Zone.”

A season of great promise has taken more than its share of tumbles off the straight and narrow, and, as his team fell to 6-8 Wednesday, the same day arch-rival South Whidbey shocked ATM for a second straight game, the Coupeville High School baseball guru is getting tired. 553 more words

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The Falcons are alright: Ricky Muzzy explodes!!

I am often accused of picking on South Whidbey (and it’s mostly true), so, from time to time, I offer an olive branch to Coupeville’s closest rival. 535 more words

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Tar Wars: Pineda Strikes Back (Or Again)

Back when the Red Sox visited the Yankees on April 10th, Yankees starter Michael Pineda was dealing and the movement on his pitches was ridiculous. Pineda had a no-hitter through 4 innings and finished the game with 6 innings pitched while he allowed 2 hits, struck out 7, and picked up the win. 503 more words


So, where exactly was this picture taken? AKA: Where the heck would they play baseball in Dubai?

You may have seen this picture online a few days ago (click to enlarge):

As you can see, it’s a baseball game being played outside of Dubai, with the world’s tallest building, the Burj Khalifa (formerly known as the Burj Dubai) rising in the distance. 129 more words