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FRIDAY, July 26, 2019
It’s the big weekend at Kiger Stadium! Baseball teams from all over the state will arrive for a pre-tournament banquet tonight for the Oregon State “AAA” American Legion Championships at Kiger Stadium.
Here is a schedule of the first day’s action Saturday:
Game 1: Hillsboro (30-9) vs. Eugene (35-12), 10:00 am
Game 2: Salem (29-15) vs. Beaverton (24-8), 1:00 pm
Game 3: Willamette Valley (27-13-1) vs. Dallas (29-10), 4:00 pm
Game 4: Medford (29-22) vs. Klamath Falls (6-31), 7:00 pm
Hear all of the games involving Klamath Falls on CBS Sports Radio The Winner, 1240AM/106.5FM or online at www.klamathradio.com.
Tim Lopes waited seven years to get to the Major Leagues, then wound up lasting just six innings in his first start for the Mariners after getting hit in the head by a 91 mph fastball earlier in the contest.
But the 25-year-old provided a nice spark in his initial foray for Seattle, scoring a pair of runs in the Mariners’ 10-2 victory over the Tigers on Thursday night at T-Mobile Park.
Lopes got the call from Triple-A Tacoma this week after Dee Gordon went on the 10-day injured list with a strained quadricep muscle in his left leg. With top second-base prospect Shed Long sidelined by a broken finger, Lopes is getting an opportunity and hopes to make the most of it.
Television cameras caught an emotional moment with his mom and dad prior to his MLB debut on Wednesday when he was a ninth-inning defensive replacement and Lopes was greeted by a loud ovation from the Mariners’ crowd when he came to the plate for his first at-bat on Thursday.
Oregon Tech men’s basketball head coach Justin Parnell announced
the Hustlin’ Owls 2019-20 non-conference schedule on Tuesday.
The men’s basketball programs first ever road trip to Arizona, multiple contests in California, a neutral court tournament hosted by Northwest Christian, and five home games highlight the 11-game non-conference schedule. Oregon Tech faces three teams that advanced to their respective conference tournament championship games a season ago, including two teams that earned 2019 NAIA Tournament berths.
Season tickets will soon be on sale for the 2019-20 campaign, starting at $99 for General Admission. Last season the Hustlin’ Owls saw home attendance reach a ten-year high, on their way to a 13-1 conference record at home, and a National Runner-Up season.
MLB Scores (from Thursday, July 25)
|Los Angeles Angels||8||(16)|
|W||Tanner Scott (1-0)|
|L||Griffin Canning (3-6)|
|S||Stevie Wilkerson (1)|
|New York Yankees||3||Final|
|Boston Red Sox||19|
|W||Rick Porcello (9-7)|
|L||Masahiro Tanaka (7-6)|
|Chicago White Sox||3|
|W||Jose Berrios (9-5)|
|L||Lucas Giolito (11-5)|
|Kansas City Royals||4||(14)|
|W||Nick Goody (2-0)|
|L||Brian Flynn (2-2)|
|S||A.J. Cole (1)|
|San Diego Padres||0||Final|
|New York Mets||4|
|W||Jacob deGrom (6-7)|
|L||Eric Lauer (5-8)|
|W||Ariel Jurado (6-6)|
|L||Brett Anderson (9-6)|
|St. Louis Cardinals||6||Final|
|W||Miles Mikolas (7-10)|
|L||Joe Musgrove (7-9)|
|W||Wade LeBlanc (6-3)|
|L||Drew VerHagen (1-1)|
|W||Jairo Diaz (3-2)|
|L||Fernando Rodney (0-4)|
|S||Wade Davis (15)|