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The Seattle Mariners went 87-75 during the 2014 regular season. Austin Hilliker, Sports Editor It’s almost that time again. Sunflower seeds, hot dogs and rally fries. A time when sunshine is consistent and rooting for the home team is encouraged; it’s baseball season. Spring training for professional...

Senior Collin Nilson runs to home base against Corban University Feb. 15. Nilson went 3 for 4 on the day during his at-bats. Tyler Scott, Director of...

A.J. Konopaski was selected as a pre-season All-American for the 2015 baseball season. DAVID MAIR, Staff Writer Atop the mound, with family and friends...

By Sam Horn, Guest Writer GAME 1 The Pacific Lutheran University baseball team narrowly won its first game of the season 5-4 against La Verne in the Tucson...

By Christian Bond, Guest Writer The Miami Marlins have offered outfield slugger Giancarlo Stanton one of the biggest contracts in U.S. sport history: $325...

By David Mair, General Writer As James Earl Jones put it, “the only constant through all the years has been baseball”. It’s the great American pastime. An...

The dust settles as Lewis & Clark’s Andrew Taver trots up to the plate. The batter’s box had been frequented by five previous batters in the fourth inning, so the umpire is busy shining home plate to perfection. Eyes locked on his opponent, junior Trevor Lubking prepares to hurl a fastball past Taver. Lubking knows he has to throw a strikeout with the bases loaded...

By Nick Barene, Sports Writer The Lutes baseball team swept visiting Pacific University in a three-game series this weekend, winning 3-1, 1-0 and 8-2. In the first game of the weekend, the Lutes pulled out a 3-1 victory. Pitcher Trevor Lubking, a junior, was dominant once again, this time pitching a complete game. In his nine innings of work, Lubking gave up just one run...

The Pacific Lutheran University baseball team finished a busy weekend of action in Oregon with a 3-1 record, beating Lewis & Clark twice and beating...

GAME 1 The Lutes came out swinging against the Bruins in the first game, recording a total of 17 hits off three of the Bruins pitchers. Pacific Lutheran University managed enough runs to outlast George Fox, 6-5. Among those that contributed to the offensive explosion was sophomore Drew Oord. He said the positive feeling became contagious as the game progressed. “This...