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MLB’s Finest Pitchers Slumping Early


April is when baseball players and teams stumble to find their footing, but it is also an opportunity to get away with early mistakes. So there’s time to remedy all the wrongs that have been committed—of which there are many. The theme of this young season: Down goes Goliath. In recent years, glory in the […]

Trojans’ comeback falls just short


USC head coach Dan Hubbs calls them “nothing outs,” and it’s tough to describe in words exactly how frustrated they make him. The Trojans may have only had six hits in Sunday’s rubber match against No. 15 Arizona State, but that didn’t mean they lacked chances to score. And at no time did they have […]

Trojans set to take on high-powered Sun Devils


Victories for the Trojans are hard-fought. That’s not going to change this weekend as USC returns home to host the No. 17 Arizona State Sun Devils. “It’s just another really good opponent that we’re going to play, so it’s going to be fun,” USC head coach Dan Hubbs said. “Still, there’s not an easy weekend […]

Trojans fail to address elephant in the room


Tuesday marked the latest chapter in a season full of bumps and bruises for USC’s baseball team. In a hard-fought 6-4 loss to No. 4 Cal State Fullerton, the Trojans were reminded that no matter how much they tried to overcome countless obstacles, 2013 just wasn’t going to be their year. Not that this should […]

Four reasons to watch baseball


People these days don’t like baseball. Maybe that’s not entirely true, but America’s favorite pastime—and its first—has certainly taken a backseat to the fast-paced, media juggernauts that are football and basketball. Sure, baseball is slow. Those foreign to the game pick up on a seeming lack of action and an overabundance of “in-between” time. Baseball […]