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Alright, maybe you were too “cool” or old to truly enjoy Pokémon Cards, but I was not. I had an awesome grandfather who dated an older woman whose son owned a comic book store; the story ends with me getting roughly 100-200 unopened packs of Pokémon Cards one Christmas in the midst of the Pokémon Card craze. 480 more words

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Richard signs with Diamondbacks

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) – Former McCutcheon Maverick Clayton Richard has agreed to terms on a minor league contract with the Arizona Diamondbacks.

“I’m excited about the opportunity that the Diamondbacks have given me,” Richard said. 166 more words

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Padres Eye the Future as Street Heads to Angels

By Bill Center

Although you can never really tell about these things until two or three years down the road, the Padres’ trade with the Angels Friday night might see the scales tip in the Padres’ favor. 695 more words

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Long night for area football all-stars

INDIANAPOLIS – Jake Burton provided the hard sell and Nate Deno nearly spent his spring on the baseball diamond.

The McCutcheon baseball coach brought in Clayton Richard, the former Chicago White Sox and San Diego Padres pitcher who won Indiana Mr. 822 more words

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Logan Sowers on winning Mr. Baseball

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) – On Friday night Logan Sowers joined an elite group of student athletes when he was named Mr. Baseball. He’s the second McCutcheon Maverick to be given the award and he joined us in studio Sunday night. 168 more words

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McCutcheon’s Logan Sowers named Indiana Mr. Baseball

Even when they called Logan Sowers’ name, he hesitated to stand up.

Surely, with all the outstanding baseball players at Friday night’s annual Indiana High School Baseball Coaches Association banquet, they hadn’t called the McCutcheon outfielder’s name. 742 more words

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Clayton Richard trying to make a big-league comeback

The baseball rolls off of the fingers along its seams, hastily cutting through 60 feet, 6 inches of air toward home plate.

Clayton Richard experienced that sensation countless times in a baseball career that carried him from McCutcheon High School in Indiana to the University of Michigan and into the major leagues. 488 more words

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