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Arizona twin brothers strengthen their bond with baseball Special

Tucson - Scott Kingery knows that turning double plays in the field can increase the connection between teammates, especially when the player you are flipping them with is your twin brother.

Arizona baseball player has soul of musician, 3 RBI night Special

Tucson - Kenny Meimerstorf knows how to hold both a bat and a guitar. In fact, before the Arizona right fielder goes to sleep at night, he often strums Jack Johnson tunes on his nylon-stringed acoustic guitar, which he considers somewhat of a post-game ritual.

Arizona baseball fan plays for his hometown dream team Special

Tucson - Michael Hoard remembers sitting in the stands at Sancet Stadium as a child, cheering on the Arizona Wildcats baseball team.

Faith in God, family's battle with cancer inspire Arizona pitcher Special

Tucson - There hasn’t been a day. There hasn’t been a day in his baseball career that James Farris hasn’t pitched for his teammates, coaches, school and fans.

Arizona freshman idolizes Derek Jeter, drives in 6 on Saturday Special

Tucson - Kevin Newman has spent countless hours watching video tape of Derek Jeter in the field, over the course of his baseball career.

Arizona freshmen come up big in 10-inning walkoff thriller Special

Tucson - None of them are legally old enough to drink, so the three won’t be celebrating tonight’s victory over beer at a local bar.

Arizona starter misses complete game by one out Special

Tucson - The hardest out on Friday night for Konner Wade was the 27th one. In the ninth inning against California, the Wildcats starter was one out away from a complete game shutout.

Wildcats get first conference win, snap 6-game losing streak Special

Tucson - There were many words spoken by Andy Lopez to his team after their first PAC-12 victory of the season on Thursday. And the over-riding message the Arizona head coach sent to his players was that the road to a winning streak is about winning a single game.

Cats can’t claw back against Beavers, Moore makes PAC-12 debut Special

Tucson - If you had asked Andrew Moore a month ago, he wouldn’t have known whether or not he would be a starter this season for Oregon State.

Wildcats drop conference opener, Oregon State plays good baseball Special

Tucson - Even before Friday night’s conference opening loss to Oregon State, Andy Lopez knew there was a tough road ahead for his defending Champion team.

Dixon nearly hits for cycle, homers twice against Bulldogs Special

Tucson - Brandon Dixon has now managed to do three times, what only one other Wildcat has done once this season: hit a homerun at Hi-Corbett Field.

Wildcats come from behind to beat Lions with walk-off Special

Tucson - Johnny Field had three singles in Friday night’s game against Columbia. His first basehit was to third. His second one was to left-center field. His third won the game.

Bittersweet outing for Arizona pitcher Special

Tucson - Wildcats’ hurler Nick Cunningham posted nothing but zeros on Tuesday night. The senior also broke a personal career-high in one category and tied another. Still, Arizona suffered its second loss of the season, 3-1, to Utah Valley.

Arizona freshmen find commonality in season opening performances Special

Tucson - One of them is an identical twin who missed all of January with mononucleosis. Another’s father played professional baseball and likes golfing in his spare time. While the third enjoys ping pong and comes from a bloodline of tennis players.

Arizona pitching and offense light up field on opening night Special

Tucson - Even after coaching Arizona baseball for 11 years, Andy Lopez still experiences new and unique things. Friday night’s season opener against Coppin State, in which the Wildcats won, 16-0, was a prime example.

Cats Clinch Ticket to College World Series Special

Tucson - The temperature in Tucson had hit 103 degrees during the game. But that didn’t stop 3,900 Arizona baseball fans from attending Hi-Corbett Field on Saturday to watch the Wildcats clinch a spot in this year’s Men’s College World Series.

Arizona outfielder knows how to cleanup for Wildcats Special

Tucson - Johnny Field first stepped foot inside a professional baseball dugout when he worked as a 13-year-old batboy for the Las Vegas 51s, Triple-A affiliate of the Toronto Blue Jays. It was the first job that the Arizona outfielder ever had.
 

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