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Ohio pro baseball: 2013 Indians and Reds in review

Oct 09, 2013 - Comments: 0

Both Ohio Major League Baseball teams came into the season with very different expectations. The Cincinnati Reds came in feeling like they not only had a chance to make the playoffs, but potentially even a World Series. The Cleveland Indians made some moves in the offseason, but experts still weren’t sure if the moves would pay off. In the end, both teams made the playoffs as wild-cards in their respective leagues, and both were ousted in the first game of the postseason.

MLB's final week and postseason preview

Oct 02, 2013 - Comments: 0

Coming into Monday night, the three teams competing for the two American League wild-card sports were a combined 25-4 since September 20. The Indians, Rays and Rangers will move into one of the most exciting three-day stretches in baseball starting Monday night. The Cleveland Indians had locked up their playoff spot on Saturday with a Rays loss, but this is when the action is heating up. After the Rays and Rangers play on Monday night, the entire playoff field will be set. In the National League the teams, according to their seeds, include the St.

The eternal flame of the football coaching hot seat

Oct 02, 2013 - Comments: 0

Between division one college football and the National Football League, there are nearly 200 coaching positions, with many of those coaches on the hot seat each week, dependant on whether or not their team produces points and ultimately wins. This year is no different. Some notable coaching vacancies and soon-to-be vacancies include USC, Texas, and the Philadelphis Eagles. These may not be open positions, but these have surely taken some heat over the last month and especially since the start of their respective seasons.

A tale of dominance: Mount Union football

Oct 02, 2013 - Comments: 0

There are many ways one can examine the dominance that fellow OAC member Mount Union has displayed over the past decade. When the Polar Bears take the field against the Purple Raiders on Oct. 5 it will have been eight years, 12 days, and 21 hours since their last regular season loss, which came at the hands of Ohio Northern on Sept. 22, 2005. ONU beat the Purple Raiders at Mount Union Stadium by a score of 21-14, which ended their 111-game winning streak.


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