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Miracle Field becomes even more miraculous
Miracle Field becomes even more miraculous

Council OKs adding playground to park of baseball diamonds for special-needs kids.

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Knights win World Series
Knights win World Series
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For the love of America's game: baseball
For the love of America's game: baseball

It had been one of those dreadful winters that we used to get here in Middle Tennessee...one when we had seemingly endless days of snow and ice.

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City breaks ground on Miracle Field
City breaks ground on Miracle Field

The city of Murfreesboro and Project One Four, a David Price Foundation, officially broke ground and launched Miracle Field at SportsCom last week.

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Play ball like it's 1864
Play ball like it's 1864

Local players travel back at 'vintage' games

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Rutherford County baseball and softball teams played on Elimination Day

Several local softball and baseball teams were in action on May 11 in the TSSAA Region semifinals hoping for a chance to advance to the Region finals on May 13. Of course, the ultimate goal for each of them to earn a trip to next week's Spring Fling here in Murfreesboro. Riverdale, Central Magnet, MTCS and Smyrna baseball along with Siegel and Riverdale softball were in action.

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MTSU baseball sweeps WKU to stay in first place

The MTSU baseball team stayed in first place in the Conference USA standings with a three-game weekend sweep over hated rival Western Kentucky, including a 9-2 win on May 3.

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Remembering Sulphur Dell
Remembering Sulphur Dell
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MTSU baseball sweeps UAB to start C-USA play

The MTSU baseball team opened up the Conference USA portion of the 2015 schedule over the weekend with a series win at Reese Smith Jr Field against UAB. The three-game series dealt with several weather delays, which ended with a doubleheader on Sundayt. The Blue Raiders swept the series with 8-0, 3-0, 3-2 wins over the Blazers.

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Times have changed since Drysdale, Koufax held out

Someone once told me (I think it was MTSU's Voice of the Blue Raiders Chip Walters) that the best sentence in sports was - pitchers and catchers report to spring training on ... fill in the date here. That date is here.

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MTSU baseball team opens season with much optimism

The MTSU baseball team returned to the diamond this past weekend as it opened the season with a three-game series at Jacksonville.

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Tate uses personal experiences to pen 'Winning by ONE
Tate uses personal experiences to pen 'Winning by ONE"

Having grown up playing baseball, dating back to his days in Little League, and venturing out on his own in business, Murfreesboro's Jason Tate saw a big correlation in sports and business.

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Start Smart baseball program big success
Start Smart baseball program big success

Start Smart baseball is a new program introduced this summer by Murfreesboro Parks and Recreation Department.

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Baseball fan Ross died while touring stadiums
Baseball fan Ross died while touring stadiums

Smyrna resident John Neely “Johnny, The Lime” Ross loved touring Major League ballparks.

 

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Murfreesboro Storm capture TYBA state title
Murfreesboro Storm capture TYBA state title
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Murfreesboro-based Flames win state crown in 12U division
Murfreesboro-based Flames win state crown in 12U division

Barfield Crescent Park was a busy place recently as it hosted two different youth diamond state championships as teams tried to qualified for their respective World Series.

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Former Riverdale standout Walker named Powerade Player of Week

Located in Lafayette, La., the Cane Cutters are a part of a six-team Texas Collegiate League that is regarded as one of the top summer circuits in the nation and features some of the nation’s top college players.

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Tennessee Rampage crowned 7-8 county champions
Tennessee Rampage crowned 7-8 county champions

The Rutherford County Recreation Department crowned its youth baseball and softball champions this past weekend at the various sites around the area.

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Thrill of lifetime: Playing at Cooperstown
Thrill of lifetime: Playing at Cooperstown

Local team finishes third out of 104 teams in 12-under tourney

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Three Blue Raiders  selected in MLB Draft, Senior pitcher Curtis goes in 6th round
Three Blue Raiders selected in MLB Draft, Senior pitcher Curtis goes in 6th round

Some of the top collegiate and high school baseball players accomplished a life-long dream during the recent 2014 Major League Baseball Draft.

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Massaro ‘very pleased’ with MTSU athletic program
Massaro ‘very pleased’ with MTSU athletic program

With the 2013-14 athletic year concluded, Massaro likes what he sees, especially coming out of the program’s first year in Conference USA.

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MTSU baseball closes strong to finish fourth in C-USA
MTSU baseball closes strong to finish fourth in C-USA
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Riverdale - Ravenwood baseball game at Siegel, Wednesday, May 21
Riverdale - Ravenwood baseball game at Siegel, Wednesday, May 21

Photo gallery from Wednesday night's game. Photos courtesy of Randy Harris.

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Three Blue Raiders First Team All-Conference USA
Three Blue Raiders First Team All-Conference USA

Three MTSU baseball players garnered First Team All-Conference USA accolades, as announced by the league office last week. Outfielder Jared Allen, pitcher Zac Curtis and first baseman Trent Miller were selected first team all-league as voted on by the coaches, media and sports information directors.

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Riverdale and CMS baseball season ends at TSSAA Spring Fling

It was the last chance for the Riverdale and Central Magnet baseball teams on Thursday at the 2014 TSSAA Spring Fling.

Both teams had to defeat the same opponent twice in order to advance to Friday's’s championship game at MTSU. The Warriors had to beat Farragut twice at Siegel, while the Tigers have to defeat CAK at Blackman.

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Riverdale and CMS baseball still alive at Spring Fling

Both Riverdale and Central Magnet baseball teams hoped to stay alive in their respective brackets during the 2014 TSSAA Spring Fling on Wednesday.

Each of the squads had to play two games in the double elimination tournament, and both accomplish their goal by surviving and advancing to Thursday.

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2014 Spring Fling Baseball Tournament Begins with Mixed Results

It was mixed results for Rutherford County baseball teams during opening day of the 2014 TSSAA Spring Fling in Murfreesboro. In Class AA, Central Magnet hung on to defeat Ripley, 4-3, while Riverdale lost in first Class AAA game 10-1 to Ravenwood. Both teams will be in action tomorrow hoping to stay alive in the double elimination tournament.

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MTSU one game away from earning postseason bid

MTSU’s baseball team moved one step closer to advancing to the Conference USA tournament with a 6-2 victory over Marshall Thursday night.

All MTSU needs to do is win one more game, or Florida Atlantic lose one, and the Blue Raiders finish in the top eight, which clinches them a spot.

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Winning baseball tradition continues at Siegel Middle
Winning baseball tradition continues at Siegel Middle

The Siegel Middle Cavaliers won their fourth Rutherford County tournament title in 12 years with a 4-3 come-from-behind victory in eight innings over Oakland Middle on May 3 at Smyrna.

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MTSU drops final game of series against ODU

The MTSU baseball team stayed in the Conference USA race with a series wins over Old Dominion this weekend. The Blue Raiders won the first two games of the series, 1-0, 11-8 on Friday and Saturday evening. The series concluded on Sunday with ODU winning 4-3 in seven innings, because of a curfew and anticipated rain in the area.

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VINSON: Major League Sports: Numbers are ‘bass-ackwards’

A focal point of the article was that on April 15, 1947, Jackie Robinson broke the race barrier in Major League Baseball/MLB, becoming the first African-American to play for a Major League Baseball team in the modern era, starting at first base for the old Brooklyn Dodgers of the National League on that April 15 day, 67 years ago.

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For the love of the game
For the love of the game

 

Greg Logan and Annette Clinton met at a baseball game. They even became engaged at the same baseball field where they met. So it only makes sense to stretch the double into a triple and get married on a baseball field.

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Sulphur Dell evokes many great baseball memories

 

The Nashville AA baseball Nashville Vols played their last game in 1965. You would have to be in your mid 50s to remember a game with any clarity, which also means that very few of you ever went the few blocks behind the State Capitol to Sulphur Dell where baseball had been played just about every year since the Civil War.

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Start Smart Baseball program offered

 

Start Smart Baseball is a developmentally appropriate introductory baseball program for children 2-4 years old.

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Blackman comes from behind to defeat Riverdale

On a perfect evening for baseball, Riverdale and Blackman faced off in a huge District 7-AAA matchup at the Reservation on the Riverdale campus tonight. As both teams were looking to catch Siegel at the top of the District 7-AAA standings. Blackman came from behind with three runs in the final inning to win 5-4.

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MTSU picks up series win over No. 10 Rice

The MTSU baseball team took the three-game series from No. 10 ranked Rice Sunday with an 8-5 win at Reese Smith Jr. Field. It was the Blue Raiders fourth win out of its last five games, and second Conference USA series win this season.

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Baseball in Literature and Culture Conference April 4

 

It is almost April, and it means the Major League Baseball season is right around the corner.

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Rice dominates MTSU 8-0

After an impressive 3-2 win on Friday over No. 10 ranked Rice, the MTSU baseball team was hoping for its third win in a row on Saturday against the Owls. However, the Blue Raiders made too many errors and only had three hits to fall 8-0 to the Owls Saturday at Reese Smith Jr. Field.

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Oakland baseball earns split over Riverdale

District 7-AAA is one of the toughest in the state in all sports as every game is important no matter a team’s place in the standings. Whoever wins the district is usually in contention for a state title. However, in baseball, Riverdale has ruled the district the past couple of years, but Tuesday night it fell at Oakland 4-1 at Mack Hawks Field.

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For the love of America’s game: Baseball
For the love of America’s game: Baseball

 

It had been one of those dreadful winters that we used to get here in Middle Tennessee — one when we seemingly had endless days of snow and ice. In fact, that year the schools had used most of their snow days. The novelty of playing in the snow and being mesmerized by winter’s wonderland had long worn off.

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UT snaps five-game losing streak against MTSU

The MTSU baseball team (5-10) had its five game winning streak against Tennessee snapped tonight as they lost 2-0 in front of a near sellout crowd at Reese Smith Jr. Field. It was the first time since May 10, 2011, which the Blue Raiders had lost to the Volunteers (15-1).

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MTSU baseball falls to No. 6 ranked Vanderbilt

The MTSU baseball closed out an eight game home stand against one of the top teams in the nation tonight at Reese Smith Jr Field. The Blue Raiders fell to No. 6 ranked Vanderbilt 4-3 to drop to 4-7 on the season, while the Commodores improved to 12-2.

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The crack of the bat: Baseball is back!

 

The 2014 college baseball season is under way. Major League pitchers and catchers are reporting. Ah, the smell of baseball is in the air.

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MTSU baseball falls to 1-3 with 9-5 loss to TTU
MTSU baseball falls to 1-3 with 9-5 loss to TTU

 

The MTSU baseball team started off its home portion of the 2014 schedule with a 9-5 loss against former Ohio Valley Conference rival Tennessee Tech on Tuesday afternoon at Reese Smith Jr. Field.

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MTSU drops 2014 baseball home opener

The MTSU baseball team started off its home portion of the 2014 schedule with a 9-5 loss against former Ohio Valley Conference rival, Tennessee Tech Tuesday afternoon at Reese Smith Jr. Field. The Blue Raiders opened up an eight-game home stand against the OVC favorites, Golden Eagles.

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MTSU baseball team has 'chip on shoulder'
MTSU baseball team has 'chip on shoulder'

 

The MTSU baseball team wants to put the disappointing ending to the 2013 season in the past and get back to competing for a conference title and NCAA tournament berth this season.

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HUNTER: MTSU baseball team prepping for 2014 season opener

 

The MTSU baseball team has a lot of tradition, but 2014 will start a new one as the Blue Raiders compete in Conference USA for the first time.

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MTSU-Southern Miss baseball game on TV

The Middle Tennessee baseball team will play at Southern Miss in a nationally-televised game on FOX Sports 1, Sunday, April 6, at 1:30 p.m. in Hattiesburg, Miss.

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BREAKING NEWS: Stewart leaving MTCS as football, baseball coach

Middle Tennessee Christian School is looking for a new football and baseball coach.

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HALE: Biggio gets raw deal for 2nd straight year

Some people in this profession continue to amaze me, particularly those who are fortunate to vote on the Baseball Hall of Fame.

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Groundhog Day Luncheon set for Feb. 4

The 39th annual Groundhog Day Luncheon is set for Tuesday, Feb. 4, at 11:30 a.m. in the Murphy Center in Murfreesboro.

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HUNTER: Youth sports continue to soar across county

Now is the perfect time to take a look back at some of the great youth sports moments from last year.

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HALE: Random thoughts as Christmas rapidly approaches

I use the Christmas theme because if you want to give a gift to a friend or a relative, apparently there is a bargain out there for you.

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Part II: Looking back at Sulphur Dell Ballpark
Part II: Looking back at Sulphur Dell Ballpark

Eighty-five-year-old Robert Burgess recalls the old Sulphur Dell as an unusual ball park with an even more unique outfield configuration.

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Part I: Looking back at Sulphur Dell Ballpark
Part I: Looking back at Sulphur Dell Ballpark

Let’s take a trip back in time, back to 1944 when the opening day lineup for the Nashville Vols took the field at Sulphur Dell Ballpark.

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Oakland teammates helping Cairo 'win the game'
Oakland teammates helping Cairo 'win the game'

McAllister’s Deli was packed not only for a good meal, but for a good cause Saturday.

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Benefit to be held for Oakland athlete battling cancer

A benefit dinner for Oakland High School baseball player Devin Cairo will be held Saturday, Nov. 16, to raise for medical bills related to his treatment for cancer.

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MTSU baseball team gets ready for spring opener
MTSU baseball team gets ready for spring opener

The 2014 MTSU baseball team concluded its fall preseason practice last week with the annual Blue and White World Series at Reese Smith Jr. Field.

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For the love of the game
For the love of the game

Baseball icon Jolly retiring from scouting

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Hall of Fame induction 'unbelievable' for former ace
Hall of Fame induction 'unbelievable' for former ace

Former MTSU baseball pitcher Dewon Brazelton set a lot of long-standing records during his time in Murfreesboro, and on Saturday, he will add another accomplishment to his resume with an induction into the Blue Raider Sports Hall of Fame.

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Report: More than half of students play sports

Locally, 45 and 60 percent of all middle school and high school students participate in one or more forms of physical activity while in school.

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Cougars fall short at BPA World Series

The tournament played host to 140 youth baseball teams from around the nation, who made the trip to Murfreesboro for a shot at a championship trophy. 

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Christiana, Buchanan pick up state titles
Christiana, Buchanan pick up state titles

Youth Baseball Association crowns champs

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Owens focuses on family
Owens focuses on family

A quarter of century ago, times were changing for the Blue Raider baseball program.

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Buchanan stings Christiana in title game
Buchanan stings Christiana in title game

Five youth baseball champions were crowned at the 2013 Tennessee Youth Baseball Association State Tournament at Barfield Crescent Park this weekend.

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Former Smyrna hurler takes to MLB mound
Former Smyrna hurler takes to MLB mound

Gray sports star talent with pitching debut

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Blue Raider slugger lands in Plymouth
Blue Raider slugger lands in Plymouth

Stephens hones skills in New England baseball league

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Local youth teams aim for state baseball title

Some of the best youth baseball teams in the Volunteer State will be making the trip to Murfreesboro this weekend for the annual Tennessee Youth Baseball Association Invitational State Championship Tournament at Barfield Crescent Park.

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Welcome to Conference USA, MTSU

Blue Raiders celebrate move in new direction

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Local sports coverage at all-time high

Following Major League Baseball, especially the St. Louis Cardinals, was bred into farm boys who grew up in the cotton fields of remote southeast Missouri. 

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HUNTER: MTSU athletes are students first

The majority of student-athletes will have to fall back on their education after college because so few make it into the sporting field -- a fact not lost on MTSU Athletics officials.

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Pitcher's dream comes true at College World Series
Ross Mitchell's boyhood dream came true when he marched out to the mound at TD Ameritrade Park in Omaha, Neb., and pitched in the College World Series.
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Murfreesboro Baseball Association crowns champs
Murfreesboro Baseball Association crowns champs

Season draws to close for young athletes

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WOODY: Could spitting be national pastime?

I don’t know what it is about the Grand Old Game that makes players drool and salivate.

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Blue Raider baseball closes with mixed results
Blue Raider baseball closes with mixed results
The 2013 MTSU baseball season came to a disappointing end with a shutout of the Sun Belt Conference tournament. For first-year head coach Jim McGuire, the season was a mix of emotions, as he took the reins from longtime manager Steve Peterson.
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Rutherford County athletes stand out at Spring Fling
Rutherford County athletes stand out at Spring Fling
State champions, including a few from Rutherford County, were crowned this week at the BlueCross Spring Fling.
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Spring Fling kicks off with track competitions
The 2013 TSSAA BlueCross Spring Fling began Monday with the boys decathlon and the girls pentathlon at the Dean A Hayes Track and Soccer Stadium on the MTSU campus.
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Local athletes have shot at Spring Fling
Next week, more than 4,200 high school athletes from around the state will be heading to Rutherford County for the 2013 BlueCross TSSAA SpringFling from May 20-24.
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MTSU baseball ends Sun Belt Conference era with loss
MTSU's baseball season came to an end with a 3-2 loss at home to rival Western Kentucky on Saturday afternoon at Reese Smith Jr. Field.
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MTSU teams finish up regular season play
MTSU teams finish up regular season play
It was a big weekend for MTSU baseball and track as the final two MTSU sports still in action wrapped up their seasons.
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JORDAN: Choosing dinner guests takes much consideration
A few weeks ago I challenged you come up with one or more former or present athletes, living or dead, with who you would like to have dinner. I promised you my list and possibly another person’s list. Lucky you. Today is the day.
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HUNTER: Nashville Sounds inspire young fans
On May 7, the Nashville Sounds knocked off the Fresno Grizzlies 5-2 at Greer Stadium in Music City.
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Oakland Middle charges to baseball title
Oakland Middle School added yet another trophy to its two-year-old trophy case last week.
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Vintage Base Ball annouces Franklin schedule
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Blue Raiders ride momentum into weekend series
In front of the largest crowd at Reese Smith Jr. Field since 2004, including a lost squirrel, the MTSU baseball team knocked off in-state rival Tennessee 11-5 on April 23.
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MTSU hopes for sunny results in Florida
MTSU hopes for sunny results in Florida
So far this season the MTSU baseball team is winless during its six Sun Belt Conference road games.
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WHITTLE: Local radio rife with sports talk
If you were a farm boy of the 1940 or ’50s-era in Middle and East Tennessee, chances were you listened to Atlanta Braves baseball on the radio. But being a Missouri farm boy, Cardinal baseball was in our DNA.
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La Vergne strikes deal to bring baseball back
A Nashville nonprofit is stepping up to the plate to manage the spring and fall ball seasons for the city of 33,000.
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'Ball Four' author to speak at conference
'Ball Four' author to speak at conference
Author Jim Bouton is coming to Middle Tennessee State University on Friday, April 5, to share his experiences as a major league pitcher at the 18th annual Baseball in Literature and Culture Conference.
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City holds meeting about La Vergne Baseball and Softball Association
Coaches of the teams registered with the La Vergne Baseball and Softball Association are invited to attend an information meeting at 7 p.m. Wednesday in the Board Room of La Vergne City Hall, to discuss the spring 2013 baseball and softball leagues.
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Baseball clubs create new field of dreams
Baseball clubs create new field of dreams
Group goes full swing with vintage game
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HUNTER: Books, baseball have long history
A lot of terrific books have been written about baseball.
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MT baseball starts new year with new coach
MT baseball starts new year with new coach
For the first time since Ronald Reagan was president, the MTSU baseball team will open up the season without Steve Petersen.
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Bases loaded for old timers reunion
Say “dude” in Woodbury, and most everyone knows you’re speaking of Nolan “Dude” Northcutt, a man whose life dates back to when most rural communities had popular amateur or semi-professional baseball teams.
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Blue Raiders get glimpse of future in C-USA
Blue Raiders get glimpse of future in C-USA
With the recent announcement of MTSU athletics moving to Conference USA in July, the Blue Raider's football opponents have been finalized for 2013.
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Groundhog Day Luncheon to benefit MTSU baseball
The 40th annual Groundhog Day Luncheon to benefit Blue Raider baseball has been scheduled for Monday, Feb. 4, beginning at 11:30 a.m. in the Murphy Center.
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Stewarts Creek Hawks getting ready to fly
Clark Harrell, the principal of our new Stewarts Creek High School, has officially begun work. He is about to begin the single most important task of his career - hiring faculty and staff.
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SPORTS: Middle Tennessee baseball has much to be proud of
Both the National League and American League CY Young Award winners, David Price and RA Dickey, have ties to the midstate.
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VINSON: America's pastime gives son lasting memories
“It was a Tuesday, the summer of ’66, and Dad came home from work and said, ‘We’re going to the game,'” said Doug Lott, owner of Dr. D’s Sports Pub.
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Grand Slam Fish Fry slated for Monday
The tradition continues as the Middle Tennessee State University baseball team gears up for the annual Grand Slam Fish Fry scheduled for Monday, Oct. 8, at the Livestock Center on campus.
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Sports injuries on rise among children
With the start of fall sports, health care professionals at Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt said they are seeing a significant increase in cases of concussions, heat exhaustion and overuse injuries in its emergency department.
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WHITTLE: ‘Town Teams’ helped rural folks cope with Great Depression and War
‘Town team’ baseball provided much-needed distraction
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Little League players are just kids
Little League players are just kids
Even though most of the talk right now is about the upcoming football season, baseball is entering its stretch run.
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Quarter century of memories on the diamond
Quarter century of memories on the diamond
MTSU honors retiring baseball manager
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Nashville Sounds to hold La Vergne Night
Residents and friends of La Vergne are heading out to the ballpark on Saturday, Sept. 1.
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McGuire named Blue Raider baseball head coach
Associate head coach elevated after 20 years at MT
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Baseball is family affair at tournament
Three generations of members contribute to TYBA
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SPORTS: ESPYS celebrate best in sports
The best athletes in sports will gather together Wednesday for the 20th annual sports award show, the ESPYs in Los Angeles.
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Professional players bring experience home
Professional players bring experience home
Local baseball stars open up academy
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The name says it all
The name says it all
Murfreesboro Elite hopes for back-to-back titles
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Shoetiques win BPA title for sick teammate
Shoetiques win BPA title for sick teammate
The Smyrna-based Shoetiques team won the 10U tournament this weekend at the Tennessee Baseball Players Association Summer Classic at Barfield Crescent Park in Murfreesboro.
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Councilman trades suit for baseball cap
Councilman trades suit for baseball cap
McFarland leads youth league in tournament
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Murfreesboro Baseball Association celebrates champions
Murfreesboro Baseball Association celebrates champions
The Murfreesboro Baseball Association crowned eight champions on the diamond this past weekend.
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Blue Raiders win fourth straight Bubas Cup
Blue Raiders win fourth straight Bubas Cup
Statistics showed again this season why MTSU Athletics is the best in the Sun Belt Conference.
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Determined baseball player enjoys sweet victory
“I don’t even have words to describe tonight,” said Jennifer Sheets, the mother of a 6-year-old Murfreesboro T-ball player who is battling Leukemia.
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Murfreesboro league teaches sportsmanship from start
The school year is over, and all of the students are on summer break. Now the attention turns to the youth players, especially on the baseball diamond.
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Barfield Park is field of dreams for young players
On a windy, hot and wet Tuesday night at Barfield Crescent Park, two Murfreesboro Baseball Association coaches, Travis Johnson and Jake Field, were busy trying to keep their players focused.
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Four local champs crowned at Spring Fling
Four local champs crowned at Spring Fling
During the final days of the 2012 BlueCross Spring Fling, four more local state champions were crowned May 25 in two different sports.
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Eagles soar at Spring Fling
The Eagleville Eagles entered this year’s 2012 TSSAA BlueCross Spring Fling Class A state tournament hoping to rewrite history.
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Spring Fling brings out best in Murfreesboro
Spring Fling brings out best in Murfreesboro
The best high school athletes from around the state in five different sports have traveled to the greatest city in Tennessee for this week’s 2012 BlueCross Spring Fling.
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Rutherford County SpringFling results
Rutherford County SpringFling results
Rutherford County sent teams and individuals to the BlueCross SpringFling this week in four of five sports. The results will be updated as they come in.
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Blue Raiders fight for seed in Sun Belt tournament
Blue Raiders fight for seed in Sun Belt tournament
The MTSU baseball team completed its home conference portion of the 2012 season with a three-game series against the University Louisiana-Lafayette.
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Stars shine in district semis
Stars shine in district semis
Three teams Rutherford County teams – Oakland, Smyrna and Siegel – were trying to their playoff dreams alive Tuesday night.
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Falcons overtake Chargers in championship game
Before last week’s Rutherford County baseball tournament, Stewarts Creek Middle School head coach Tim Crunk said in order to do well in the tournament, his Falcons had to do three things to be successful: pitching, solid defense and timely hitting.
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Men's basketball wins big at MTSU awards show
Men's basketball wins big at MTSU awards show
The biggest sports award show in MTSU history came to Tucker Theatre on April 26 with the first annual Raiders Choice Awards, which honored the best performances throughout the season in all of the Blue Raider sports.
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SPORTS: Athletes awarded well-deserved recognition
SPORTS: Athletes awarded well-deserved recognition
Last week's MTSU awards ceremony gave all of the student-athletes a chance to be honored for all of the hard work they do both on the court and in the classroom.
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Middle schools ready for test on baseball field
Oakland, Stewarts Creek, Siegel lead pack after season’s end
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Warriors battle Wolverines in district play
In another key district series, Riverdale and La Vergne are going in different directions as the baseball season heads toward postseason play.
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Blue Raiders sweep disappointing 2011 season away
Blue Raiders sweep disappointing 2011 season away
MTSU baseball win weekend series against Arkansas-Little Rock
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America's pasttime continues to reflect culture
It’s time to hit the diamond as Major League Baseball opened its season Wednesday.
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Adkins tosses shutout against Ohio
Blue Raiders win 4-0 over the Bobcats
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Blue Raiders take to diamond in Queen City
This weekend the Middle Tennessee softball team opened the 2012 season in Charlotte, N.C., as they look to improve on last season’s eighth place finish in the Sun Belt.
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Guidry headlines 2012 outfield
Group plans to continue MT's strong outfield legacy
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SPORTS: Blue Raiders need chip on shoulder
For the Blue Raiders, they hope the 2012 season does not end the same way it did last year.
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Outside forces can destroy teams
Last week, I told you all teams had common opponents that could damage or beat them if given a chance. During a 26-year broadcasting career, I often said the following, which remains true.
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MTSU baseball coach joins Celebrity Bee event
MTSU baseball coach joins Celebrity Bee event
MTSU baseball head coach Steve Peterson is set to participate in the fifth annual Read To Succeed Celebrity Bee on Nov. 15 at Patterson Park Community Center.
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SPORTS: Rangers, Cards deliver World Series for ages
Last week, baseball fans across the world felt every emotion during the end of the legendary 2011 World Series.
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Blue completes sweep of White with 4-1 win
Rorex's three-run double seals victory
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Champion Little League coach to head Cannon County's baseball program
Cannon County High School has filled its coaching vacancies for the 2011-12 year with the naming of Tony Stinnett as baseball coach, according to school officials.
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Remember the Titans
The Murfreesboro Titans pulled out a string of clutch plays to win the BPA World Series Sunday, July 24 at Barfield Crescent Park.
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Crushing the competition
Last week, Rick Youngblood was a very busy man coaching two teams in last week’s TYBA 25th anniversary State Tournament at Barfield Crescent Park.
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Former Blue Raider called up to Milwaukee Brewers
Brett Carroll to replace Carlos Gomez in outfield
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Price to sign Jeter swag after giving up 3,000th hit
Tampa Bay's David Price agreed with Steiner Sports to autograph collectibles, including baseballs and pictures.
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Celebrating 25 years of youth baseball
The Tennessee Youth Baseball Association turns 25 this season, as part of the celebration the best teams in the state and even some from Alabama converge on Barfield Crescent Park for the 2011 state tournament starting this Friday.
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Sisco to join Blue Raider baseball for 2012 season
Blackman standout set to return to his hometown
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MBA Champions crowned at Barfield
On a perfect Monday night for youth baseball, three teams became Murfreesboro Baseball Association Champions in front of a packed house at Barfield Crescent Park.
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Blog: Baseball brings back memories of dad
With Father’s Day coming up this Sunday, baseball has played a part in my relationship with my father.
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Skinner picked up by the Braves
Former Blue Raider selected in the 25th round of MLB Draft
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The Sandlot: MBA update
Tournament action begins this week for the Murfreesboro Baseball Association with the finals taking place on June 10 and 11. Here are some highlights from regular season play.
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Skinner and LaRue named to All-Sun Belt Team
Eleventh consecutive season that multiple Blue Raiders earn honors
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The Sandlot: May 22
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Baseball adds pitcher for 2012
Kooper Kessler will join pitching staff next season
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Raiders drop tournament hopes against WKU
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Siegel, Riverdale end baseball season early
The only two high school baseball teams left in Murfreesboro had their season ended in 1-0 losses Tuesday night during the Region 4-AAA tournament.
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Blue Raiders fall to Ragin' Cajuns 4-3 in series finale
Middle Tennessee will take on Western Kentucky in final series of the season next week
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Tollison pitches Blue Raiders to 3-1 win at Louisiana
MTSU baseball notches first win over Ragin' Cajuns in Lafayette since 2005
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Stephens leads Blue Raiders to 12-3 rout of Tennessee
Blue Raider baseball posts first win over Volunteers since 2008
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Blue Raiders drop tight 5-4 decision to Vols
Middle Tennessee baseball will play host to Tennessee Wednesday night
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The Sandlot: May 8
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FIU sweeps Blue Raiders, threatens tournament appearance
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MT baseball announces camp dates
The camps will be directed by Middle Tennessee head coach Steve Peterson and his staff.
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Blog: Playing through pain
Youth baseball brings team from devastated Ringgold, Ga. to town.
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Living a childhood dream
Some of the best youth baseball teams from around the Southeast traveled to Murfreesboro for the 3rd annual BPA Spring Classic last weekend.
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The Sandlot: May 1
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Blue Raiders fall to Arkansas State 7-6 in 11 innings
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Skinner named SBC Player of the Week
Senior earns weekly honor for the first time
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Gilley fuels Raiders to 6-2 victory over ULM
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Blue Raider baseball posts thrilling 15-9 victory over ULM
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Blue Raiders fall 9-6 at Memphis
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Adkins wins SBC Pitcher of the Week
After helping shutout 18th-ranked Troy on Saturday, Hunter Adkins took home Sun Belt Pitcher of the Week honors.
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The Sandlot: April 17
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Adkins dominates as Blue Raiders split double header
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Senior's hit helps spur Blue Raider win
Guidry picks up win after strong outings by pitching staff
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Pitching dominant as top-ranked Vandy drops MT 1-0
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The Sandlot: April 10
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Raider pitching trouble against Austin Peay
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Blog: Is baseball still 'America's Pastime'?
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Skinner's Late Game Heroics Lift Raiders To Series Win
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MT baseball snaps losing streak with 9-6 win over Governors
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Blue Raiders drop final game of series 13-2 to Owls
Team will play at Lipscomb Tuesday at 3 p.m.
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FAU big inning spells doom for Blue Raiders
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MT baseball heads south for series with Florida Atlantic
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Eighth inning rally keys 9-4 Blue Raider victory at Kentucky
First road win against an SEC opponent since 2009
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Baseball falls in rain-soaked affair at Belmont
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Baseball: Blue Raiders win series finale with Louisiana Tech, 9-6
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Raiders continue to struggle on the diamond
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Blue Raiders drop 10th inning heartbreaker to Jacksonville State
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Blue Raiders fall to Jacksonville State in baseball series opener
Middle Tennessee will take on the Gamecocks Saturday at 2 p.m.
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MT baseball looking to rebound at Tennessee Tech
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Middle drops baseball season opener
America’s pastime opened season at MTSU Friday night with the Blue Raiders hosting the University of Portland Pilots at Reese Smith Jr. Field.
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Middle may have tough time on diamond
MT Baseball only returns two starters in 2011
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MTSU to host Groundhog Day luncheon
Tickets are now on sale for the 39th annual Groundhog Day luncheon in the James Union Building on MTSU's campus.
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50 + years and counting
50 + years and counting
Murfreesboro Optimist Little League has been a community staple for more than half a century
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Sun Belt changes format of baseball championships
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Peterson predicts 'greatest thing to happen to MTSU baseball'
MT head baseball coach makes annual predictions for 2010 at 37th annual Groundhog Day Luncheon
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Former BHS standout Price leads off top 10 list
With 2007 ending and 2008 beginning, The Murfreesboro Post wanted to reflect on what happened on the local sports scene last year.
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Former MTSU standout becomes an author
For years Clay Snellgrove had multiple dreams. The former MTSU shortstop wanted to play professional baseball. He didn’t leave that dream.
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Price's jersey is retired
Former Blackman baseball player David Price had his jersey retired at last night's football game.
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Price signs 6-year pro deal
Many people dream of winning the lottery.
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Former MTSU standout making impact as manager
Jayhawk Owens remembers the decision he had to make after graduating from high school. The former MTSU player was drafted in the 24th round by the Boston Red Sox out of high school and had to decide whether to pursue his dream of playing professional baseball or playing at MTSU.
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Friends remember Henderson
Funeral arrangements have been announced for Jordan Henderson, 16, a pitcher for the Riverdale Warriors baseball team, who died Thursday.
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Devil Rays make Price No. 1 pick
Devil Rays make Price No. 1 pick
UPDATED: Tampa Bay selected former Blackman High School and Vanderbilt University pitcher David Price with the first pick in the 2007 Major League Baseball Draft.
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The Price of success: Former Blackman standout top draft pick
Bonnie Price remembers buying his son David a plastic bat and ball years ago.
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Memory of Price emerges during interview
When I think of David Price one thing will always come to mind.
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Riverdale's Powers steps down as baseball coach
Riverdale baseball head coach Buddy Powers has resigned his coaching position after 14 years at the helm.
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