Baseball is a game of numbers and for Shane Prance, age is just another statistic.
CHICAGO | It doesn’t get easier from here on for Angel Figueroa of Bishop Noll and Kevin Jones of Portage.
Larry Crisler doesn't want the next step in his baseball career to be handed to him.
Noah Burkholder was looking for a baseball program where he could grow.
Alex Del Rio plays just about any position he's placed on the baseball field.
HOMEWOOD | Needing a win to force a third and deciding game for the Midwest Collegiate League title, the Northwest Indiana Oilmen needed a dominant pitching performance on Sunday night.
When Lake Central's Alec Olund first visited Purdue University, he walked into the weight room and saw former football teammate David Yancey.
VALPARAISO | Playing the role of co-pilot to former Valparaiso baseball coach Tracy Woodson for the last seven years, Brian Schmack couldn’t help but wonder what it would be like to run the show himself.
WHITING | As far as rivalries go in the Midwest Collegiate League, it doesn't get much bigger than the Northwest Indiana Oilmen and Southland Vikings.
WHITING | Throughout this summer, one of the biggest keys to the success of the Northwest Indiana Oilmen have been the bullpen.
WHITING | The top of the seventh inning went from bad to worse to a total disaster for the Northwest Indiana Oilmen on Friday.
During high school, the accolades poured in for Andrew Lowe. The newspaper clippings were abundant, and serve as reminders of a stellar four years at Whiting High School.
WHITING | Scouts from the White Sox, Phillies, Yankees and Rangers watched Tuesday's Midwest Collegiate League All-Star game at Oil City Stadium, and there was certainly no shortage of local talent to be evaluated.
WHITING | For Joe Houlihan, patriotism runs in the family. The red, white and blue colors of the United States flag are always close to his heart.
Throughout his baseball career, Craig Austgen has earned his keep by being a jack-of-all-trades kind of player, a utility man who can be plugged in at almost any position on the baseball field.
MICHIGAN CITY | With a five-run lead before he even stepped on the mound, Hanover Central grad Andy Wellwerts could afford a couple mistakes.
Indiana pitcher Joey DeNato, center, is congratulated by teammates Scott Effross, left, Scott Donley (3), a Crown Point graduate, and Luke Harrison (28) after he pitched a complete game against Louisville in an NCAA College World Series game Saturday in Omaha, Neb.. Indiana won 2-0.
Indiana's Kyle Schwarber, left, celebrates with teammate Dustin DeMuth (16), a LaPorte graduate, after scoring against Louisville on a single by Crown Point graduate Scott Donley in the first inning of an NCAA College World Series game Saturday in Omaha, Neb.
OMAHA, Neb. | Joey DeNato dispelled the notion that College World Series newcomer Indiana is all about offense.
FLOSSMOOR | As one of the best pitchers in Indiana during his high school career, recent Bishop Noll grad Danny Pobereyko is getting an advantage in preparation not many other pitchers can say they've experienced.
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