Category: Baseball

Notre Dame High School fends off Jurupa Valley in late innings

By Jesus Coronel The Notre Dame Titans withstood a late-inning comeback at Jurupa Valley High School on March 29. The Titans lost junior first baseman Zakary Hensche in the first inning to a knee injury before falling behind 1-0 after an RBI Double by the Jurupa Jaguars in the bottom of the fifth inning. But

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L.A. championship wins mean more to fans this time around

By Lesly Gonzalez Although the year has been ripe with gloom, Southern California received some sunshine with the Dodgers and Lakers both winning a championship this fall.  But COVID-19 and the regulations the pandemic requires as cases rise and fall have cast doubt on the possibility of the traditional celebratory parades seen when Los Angeles

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After 32 years, blue finally comes through

By Lesly Gonzalez Southern California turned blue Oct. 27 as the Los Angeles Dodgers became the World Series champions for the first time since 1988.  This year’s MLB season was full of mixed emotions. Not only were sports put on hold for some time due to COVID-19, but the Los Angeles Dodgers made it to

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Sports Column: Popular muralist recreates memorable moment in Dodgers history

By Bianca Macias A popular muralist brought a taunting expression between old World Series foes 一 the championship-deserving Los Angeles Dodgers and the cheating Houston Astros 一 to life on a wall behind a Silver Lake barber shop. Dodgers pitcher Joe Kelly gained media attention for making a pouty face at Astros shortstop Carlos Correa

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Opinion: NBA COVID-19 regulations see success, MLB’s do not

By Erik Galicia Be like the NBA. The COVID-19 safety protocols they unveiled in June are based on CDC guidance and involve constant testing for players and staff who live in what has come to be known as “The Bubble.” Only 22 of the NBA’s 30 teams were invited to the bubble this season, which

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Tigers shutout Cuesta College: RCC baseball moves to next regional round

By Jair Ramirez Dominance on the mound has propelled the Riverside City College Tigers baseball team to the next round of the California Community College Athletic Association Southern California Regional playoffs. “Pitching, pitching, pitching, you know that’s what you ask for when you get down at this point,” said head coach Rudy Arguelles. “It’s going

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RCC Baseball strives to be on top

By Mia Magana Riverside City College’s baseball team is currently competing in their final series of the 2019 season and look earn the top spot in the Orange Empire Conference. The Tigers have accumulated a 28-9 record in the 2019 season. They will compete in a three game series against Cypress College before they place

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