Archive for OSU Feature
Aug
19

Seth Lonsway, And The Choice Of Choices

The Buckeyes’ incoming freshman from Celina comes with firepower, expectation and curiosity from those who wonder how he could turn down the Cincinnati Reds. But Seth Lonsway says he’s coming to Ohio State simply for the tradition, the degree, and to get better. Read more in our latest Buckeye baseball update.

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Jul
31

A Good Thing To Do…To Get Better

Assistant coach Chris Holick greeted guests and participants Monday at the annual Ohio State Buckeyes Diamond Club golf outing and fund-raiser. But golf was not the only issue on a glorious afternoon, but the pledge by the coach…that the Buckeyes will be back in the thick of it come 2018. Read more in the latest inside feature.

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Jun
27

A Small Step In Springfield…Vance and Curlis Tune Up For 2018

Sophomore-to-be Jake Vance (above, pitching Tuesday for the Springfield Champion Kings), and junior Connor Curlis, are putting their summer to good use, preparing to make a major contribution with the 2018 Buckeyes. Read more about summer collegiate baseball in today’s Press Pros inside feature.

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Jun
26

Conner Pohl, Dom Canzone, And Good News From The Eastern Front…

Summering Well…Arcanum’s Connor Pohl is refining his fine freshman season at Ohio State with teammate Dom Canzone, seeing some new country and hitting fastballs and sliders from other parts of the country. They’re taking Virginia’s Blue Ridge Valley like Stonewall once did. Read the latest Press Pros summer update.

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Jun
11

Tyler Cowles: What I Did With My Summer Vacation…!

The Buckeyes’ outfielder from Grove City left campus with a bad taste in his mouth…and Tyler Cowles has vowed to spend his summer proving that his name should be foremost for a corner outfield position next spring. He’s playing in Chillicothe this summer to make his case. Read more on summer Buckeyes baseball.

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May
20

The Finale: Things Considered, And Things Yet To Consider

A fitting tribute to ‘the captiain’, as Jalen Washington homered in his final at bat as a Buckeye. But season-long issues came back to haunt them as they dropped the final game, and series, of the year to Indiana. Read more in the latest update.

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May
20

Long Night, Short Straw…Buckeyes Killed By One Bad Inning

Looking Towards Brighter Things?….One bad inning spelled doom for the Buckeyes Friday, a seven-run third that sent them down to the Indiana Hoosiers, 8-4. Read more on the game in today’s latest Buckeye update from Press Pros.

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May
18

Bucks Beat IU: With Nothing To Play For…So Much To Play For

Shea Murray’s clutch double in the sixth broke the game open, and gave the Indiana Hoosiers a surprise look at the what’s to come in Buckeye baseball in 2018 – a renewed culture and updated blueprint. Read about the Buckeyes’ big win in today’s Press Pros inside feature.

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May
16

The Buckeyes, The Baby, And The Bath Water….

Not For Lack Of Effort…They put the wraps on their 2017 season this weekend, with perhaps more questions than answers going forward. We’ll share some views in today’s inside feature, pertaining to a frustrating season for the baseball Buckeyes…and the contributing issues that will soon take care of themselves.

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May
15

OSU Blows Lead, Game And Series, It’s A Hard Road In Iowa

Offensively they played well, their hitting continued to be on key. The pitching lined up like it was supposed to. All the positives were there. But the turn of events just seem to end up going to the wrong way by game end for the Buckeyes. Read about their series finale at Iowa in today’s feature.

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May
14

Hoard: One That Makes You Wonder, OSU Clobbers Iowa

They hit with confident abandon and Connor Pohl hit his first collegiate home run, while starter Connor Curlis gave them another quality start. A preview of what lies ahead? The Buckeyes threw the kitchen sink at Iowa Saturday to even the series. Read more in today’s Press Pros inside feature.

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May
13

OSU Felled At Iowa, Same Mistakes Continue To Emerge

Thwarted by what coach Greg Beals cites as a fear of failure, the Buckeyes continued in their error of their ways, losing in their series opener with Iowa. We welcome Greg Hoard back to the Buckeye beat with more on Friday’s game in the latest Press Pros update from Iowa.

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May
11

OSU Heads To Iowa After A “Typical” Mid-Week Performance

A wearisome season draws a week closer to conclusion with a trip to Iowa City this weekend, and work to at least finish the year and the next two weeks with a positive vibe.

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May
9

Hoard: Where The Buckeyes Are Now, The Process Goes On

The ‘Battlin’ Buckeyes have learned that baseball is a whole lot like college itself. There’s a whole lot to learn and a whole lot of people willing to teach you. Those who perform the best are the ones who can overcome hardship and change. Such has been the 2017 season.

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May
6

Same Ol’…Late Collapse Dooms Buckeyes In Michigan

A Picture Is Worth A Thousand Words….A lapse of control and a costly eighth inning denies the Buckeyes a chance to tie in the ninth, and sends them to a series loss to the Wolverines. Read more in the latest Press Pros update. (Press Pros Feature Photos by Julie McMaken Wright)

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May
5

Bucks Fall At Michigan…Shutout Beside The Big House

Michigan’s Oliver Jaskie was anything but welcoming to the visiting Buckeyes, striking out 14 in a complete-game shutout in game one of the weekend series. Read more on the game in the latest Press Pros Buckeyes update.

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May
3

Bucks Hang Tough With Tech…But Oh-So-Familiar

Beals Not Believing…OSU’s Greg Beals wasn’t around to see it after arguing a call at the plate in the second inning, but the Buckeyes came within an oh-so-familiar scenario of matching up with the fourth-best team in the country Wednesday night. Read about it in today’s Press Pros inside feature.

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Apr
30

Gone With The Wind…Comeback Falls Short In Series Loss To Huskers

Seth Kinker (above, in red) inherited a mess of a game. But the Buckeyes ace reliever held serve long enough to give the Buckeyes a chance. Unfortunately, an eighth inning comeback fell just short to Nebraska. Read about in the latest Press Pros update.

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Apr
29

Buckeyes Split With Nebraska…And What They Say!

The Buckeyes (and Brady Cherry, above) used a 6-run inning in Saturday’s suspended game to beat Nebraska, but for lack of imitating that effort in game two they split their double-header with the Cornhuskers. Read more in today latest update on Buckeye baseball in Press Pros.

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Apr
28

It Can’t Just Rain…It Poured!

Their scheduled game with Nebraska barely got off the ground before the skies opened, the rains came, and more bad luck poured on the Buckeyes (above). Read about it in the latest update from Press Pros.

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