Archive for OSU Feature
Sep
16

Buckeyes Look Shaky But Rally For Win Against TCU

Dwayne Haskins looks like the real deal after another monster game … Ohio State falls behind early but offense comes alive … Day making a case that he really should be a head coach next year…Read Doug Harris’s impressions on the game in today’s Buckeyes Press Pros feature.

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Sep
9

Haskins Puts On Another Dazzling Show While Ohio State Rolls

Parris Campbell (above), high, wide and a little wet…Buckeye QB has four touchdown passes with just three incompletions … Opponents haven’t been stout, but Ohio State has scored 77 and 52 points in two games … Defense performed better, but largest test is looming. Read Doug Harris on the game.

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Sep
1

Ohio State Offense Rolls While Blasting Oregon State

Haskins has eye-popping starting debut while throwing for over 300 yards and five touchdowns in 77-31 win … Buckeyes ready to play even with coach on suspension … One down, two to go until Meyer comes back. Read Doug Harris account of the game on Press Pros.

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Aug
18

Beals, Buckeyes, Alone In Their Own Improvement….

Days away from welcoming the 2019 team back to campus and Bill Davis Stadium, Ohio State coach Greg Beals talks about a summer of transition, new faces, and some adherence to a rival’s model of success in 2018. Read more in the latest Buckeye baseball update…exclusively on Press Pros.

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Jul
24

Impressive Summer Stats Point To Breakout Ahead For Buckeyes’ Dingler

Coming off a freshman season where he showed great versatility in the field, the Buckeyes’ Dillon Dingler (above, right) has found his hitting stroke in summer baseball – proving reliable as a fixture in the middle of their batting order next spring.

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Jun
27

Buckeye Bash In ‘Champion City’….

Five Ohio State players counted on to anchor the 2019 Buckeyes (including Celina’s Seth Lonsway, above) were on hand Wednesday when Springfield (aka Champion City) hosted Chillicothe in Prospect League play. There’s work to be done for each in the summer proving ground…today’s inside story.

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Jun
25

Griffan Smith Reintroduces Himself In Chillicothe…..

The Ohio State freshman lefthander struggled through the second half of the Big Ten season, and now works in the Prospect League to prove to the Buckeyes that he’ll be part of the 2019 picture…if not the weekend rotation. Read more in a summer report on Buckeyes playing in the wood bat leagues…on Press Pros!

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Jun
2

Buckeyes’ Season Ends, Kinda’ Quietly, To UNCW In Regional Loss

Final Numbers…Ohio State’s season came to an end with a 36-24 mark, and a 4-3 loss to UNC-Wilmington in the NCAA regional in Greenville, North Carolina. The difference in ‘hits’ had a lot to do with it. Read more in today’s latest Buckeye update.

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Jun
1

Disastrous Seventh…Buckeyes, Bullpen Fall Late To South Carolina

What’s In A Name?….Well, South Carolina’s Danny Blair’s name says it all. His three-run home run in the seventh inning erased a 2-0 Buckeye lead in the NCAA regional and led ultimately to an 8-3 Gamecock win. Read more in today’s Press Pros feature.

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Jun
1

Buckeyes Confident, Motivated For Regional Opener….

They are the curiosity factor of the regional tournament, but the Buckeyes are enjoying the atmosphere and attention…and they’re confident that they belong.

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May
31

Buckeyes Sweat Through Media Day At Greenville Regional….

The temperature and humidity are high, as is anticipation for Friday’s opening round of the NCAA regional in Greenville – with three Carolina teams and media all curious about the northern interloper, Ohio State. Read our pre-tourney preview on the field.

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May
31

The Politics Of Baseball Raises Its Questionable Head….

Lest you wonder if politics and the lack of objectivity stays with high school once you move one, consider some of the Big Ten honors and the All-American teams that were announced this week.

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May
30

Tyler Cowles, And The Story Of Stories…As The Story Rolls On

The best long shot story of this 2018 Ohio State baseball season continues to be the metamorphic turnaround of Buckeyes left fielder Tyler Cowles. And when you consider his numbers, it shows how far you can actually come…if you set your mind to it.

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May
26

Ohio State Runs Out Of Arms, Falls To No.1 Minnesota

Ohio State’s tired bullpen collapsed in the sixth inning against Minnesota Saturday, resulting in the team’s elimination from the Big Ten tournament after reaching the semifinals.

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May
25

Unexpected Heroes Help OSU Past Michigan In Big Ten Tournament

Seth Kinker and Tyler Cowles still had their say, but a cast of unlikely characters provided Ohio State with the extra boost needed to move on to the final four of the Big Ten tournament.

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May
24

Stellar Pitching From Feltner & Kinker Secure Shutout For OSU…

Ryan Feltner and Seth Kinker delivered exactly what the Ohio State baseball team needed in Thursday’s do-or-die win against the Iowa Hawkeyes. Consequently, the Buckeyes are still alive in the Big Ten tournament.

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May
23

Purdue’s Andrews Pitches Boilermakers Past Buckeyes In BIG Opener

An outstanding performance by Purdue starting pitcher Tanner Andrews and an inescapable sixth inning lead to an Ohio State loss in the opening round of the Big Ten tournament, forcing the Bucks into the losers’ one-and-done bracket.

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May
22

Seth Kinker Snubbed For First-Team All-Big Ten

From Omaha…The seeds are in, the games are set. But when the Big Ten announced the coaches’ all-conference selections Tuesday, a notable omission from the first team was Ohio State senior reliever Seth Kinker.  Some reaction from Omaha on the eve of the tournament in today’s Press Pros inside feature.

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May
19

Wrong-Way End To Things…Bucks Drop Final Series To MSU

It wasn’t the end they’d envisioned, and certainly not the body language with which they wanted to go to Omaha. But Michigan State had something to say about, taking two of three in the final series of the season. Read more in today’s feature wrap-up of the Buckeyes regular season.

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May
18

Old Habits Bite Late…Buckeyes Drop Game 2 In Lansing

Frustration…They had their chances early and misfired (failed sac bunt, above), and unearned runs from a pair of seventh inning hurt them late. Defeat for the Buckeyes in game two of their series with ‘Sparty’. Read about it in the latest Press Pros feature.

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