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Oregon Ducks Earn Key Win vs UCLA With Craig-St. Louis Eleventh Inning Walk Off


The Oregon Ducks post season hopes may well have hung in the balance on Saturday as George Horton saw his team face second ranked UCLA. Starter David Peterson pitched a solid game for the Ducks giving up one run off four hits and just two walks in six ... Continue reading →

Oregon Keeps Playoff Hopes Alive With 11 Inning Win Over UCLA


The Ducks dug deep for their game two victory over UCLA in 11 innings. Riding on the wings of a strong pitching performance for the second night in a row, Oregon secured a win in a must-win situation and possibly clinched... Continue reading →

Confidence and Timing Give the Ducks a Boost


The Ducks baseball team has been red hot over the last month, finding their stride just in time to make a legitimate playoff push. When head coach George Horton told reporters that their “magic number” to make the College World... Continue reading →

Oregon Faces Second Ranked UCLA In Regular Season Finale


It is a big weekend for the Oregon Ducks Baseball team. Actually, big is an understatement. For a team looking to make the post season, wins this weekend against UCLA will be key. The Bruins bring to Eugene the Pac-12 Title,already won last week, their... Continue reading →

Tolman Keys Ninth Inning Rally for Oregon Ducks Win At Utah


The start was not what the Oregon Ducks intended, but the finish was pretty good. Friday was the opener of a three game series at Salt Lake City against the Utah Utes. The home team was off to an early 2-0 lead, but the Ducks would rally to tie the gam... Continue reading →

Which Duck Team Will We See in the Final Seven Games of the Regular Season?


A rough month of March in which the Ducks went 7-11 might prove to be the undoing of the preseason-ranked No. 22 team in the country. However something has clicked for George Horton’s squad over the last month, as they... Continue reading →

Two RBI Double by Phil Craig St-Louis Gives Oregon a 2-1 Win Over Gonzaga


The Oregon Ducks post season hopes are still beating, and a little more then barely after sweeping Gonzaga in a two game midweek series at PK Park. The Ducks won 2-1 on Wednesday night in front of just over one-thousand fans on hand. Oregon Starter Jac... Continue reading →

Pitching and Defense Win The Day on the Diamond


The offensive onslaught that defined Tuesday night’s game against Gonzaga was a thing of the past Wednesday as the Ducks took game two with a 2-1 victory. A solid performance from freshman Jacob Corn and a business as usual performance...

Ducks Duke it Out With Gonzaga For Game One Win


A 9-4 victory Tuesday night was a much tougher battle for Oregon than the box score might reveal. Both offenses kept the pressure on all night as Gonzaga tallied 12 hits compared to Oregon’s 13. All of the damage was...

Ducks Far From First to Stir the Uniform Pot


Oregon’s boys of summer are enhancing the gray on their coaches’ heads as they work to discover a reason for the Ducks’ inconsistent performance this season. A few folks have mentioned some characteristics, other than the team’s play on the diamond,...

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