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When Zach Plesac was a freshman, the Crown Point baseball coaching staff made him a catcher.
GARY | The RailCats were contacted by American Association officials during the afternoon for notification that the league's curfew rule would be waived on Wednesday.
GARY | If you came here looking for a baseball game, it's starting a little late.
Ryan Burvan's father started video taping his son's at-bats this baseball season in part as a memento, but mostly to help the Lake Central senior analyze his swing.
GARY | When the RailCats average more than three hours per game, it's in part because of the patience of Gary hitters at the plate.
GARY | The RailCats aren't simply fighting the emotional toll that a losing streak can take, they're battling Mother Nature for another game.
GARY | RailCats designated hitter Cristian Guerrero addressed his team after Sunday's 9-5 loss to Sioux Falls.
GARY | The RailCats are welcoming dogs to U.S. Steel Yard with their annual Bark in the Park promotion.
GARY | RailCats manager Greg Tagert won't complain about his team taking a hit by the injury bug.
GARY | The RailCats are entertaining an interesting lineup with injuries and illnesses.
GARY | RailCats catcher Ryan Babineau lived through the excitement and stress of MLB Draft Day twice.
A day after Sean Manaea was drafted, MLB Network was still talking about the Andrean grad and left-handed pitcher.
GARY | The RailCats split two series in Texas and return to U.S. Steel Yard with more injuries than they left with.
Sean Manaea was picked by Kansas City as the first selection of the Competitive Balance Round of the Major League Baseball draft Thursday.
CHICAGO | Taking 36 shots on goal would tire out any team in the postseason.
LAPORTE | Lake Central won't blame the end of their season on the rain.
LAPORTE | Even though the sun was shining, the weather wreaked havoc on the Lake Central vs. Portage regional semifinal game Saturday.
ST. JOHN | Ryan Burvan was so sure he wouldn't play baseball in college, he's already enrolled as a student at Alabama.
HAMMOND | Larry Crisler is having one of the best statistical seasons that Bishop Noll baseball coach Paul Wirtz has seen.
MERRILLVILLE | Last Saturday, Jimmy Tarala was hoarse by the second inning of Andrean's first baseball sectional game.
GRIFFITH | Last season, after the Class 3A baseball regional games, Griffith catcher Kyle Buikema made a thank-you call.
GARY | In the fourth inning, the RailCats reached a milestone oddly calculated, but one that will live on in franchise lore.
GARY | An odd statistic to open the game notes, the RailCats enter the day six hits away from 10,000 in franchise history.
MUNSTER | When the semifinal games of the Munster Sectional were delayed Monday morning because of the rain, the Lake Central baseball team went to breakfast at Aspen Cafe in St. John.
MUNSTER | Lake Central escaped a fourth-inning scare against Morton and the Governors' ace pitcher Aurielo Cazares.
MUNSTER | Four hours, 21 minutes after Monday's first Class 4A sectional semifinal game was supposed to start, Munster and E.C. Central stood for the national anthem.
GRIFFITH | Jesse Smith was the perfect pick to start Saturday's sectional title game against Clark, because the Griffith senior had topped the Pioneers last year in the championship game.
MUNSTER | When the baseball sectional bracket was set by the IHSAA, Highland coach Dan Miller called Munster coach Bob Shinkan and asked "Are you going to pitch the guy who threw a two-hitter against us, or the guy who threw a one-hitter?"
GARY | The rain downpour lasted only 15 minutes at U.S. Steel Yard, but the cleanup took another 90.
GARY | The RailCats woke up this morning to a roster move, picking up left-handed reliever Mike Hanley from Florence for a player to be named later and releasing infield-outfield versatile player Aljay Davis.
HIGHLAND | In addition to Tuesday's regular-season baseball finale against Valparaiso scheduled as senior night, the seniors preferred to think of it as something else.
GARY | After Brian Kolb fractured the middle finger on his glove hand, he went to the doctor to run a few tests.
GARY | The RailCats have three morning games this season, two in the next two days. All three are designed to cater to kids, with the parking lot full of school buses.
Griffith athletic director Bill Crowley notified media members by email this morning that Thursday's sectional game will not be played.
GARY | Drew Martinez calls his biggest fan after his baseball games.
GARY | Mike Massaro can't remember the last time the opening-day weather was so beautiful at U.S. Steel Yard.
GARY | A native of Wisconsin who attended Michigan Tech, Michelle Fields arrived in Northwest Indiana in 1995.
When Danny Pobereyko arrives at Butler this summer, he’s going to ask his coaches if he can add a different regimen to his pitching routine.
GARY | The RailCats open their season at home for the first time since 2010, and the last time it was this early in May was 2008.
GARY | Steve Liddle was picked up by the RailCats after he was the last player cut from the Minnesota Twins spring training.
GARY | Heading into Monday's final exhibition game of the RailCats' spring training, the coaching staff had already started making cuts to the roster.
GARY | Will Krout had twice as many reasons to start his American Association preparation early.
HAMMOND | Cody Glass spent a week last summer in the Dominican Republic playing baseball.
GARY | RailCats pitcher Stephen Hiscock was running agility drills in the offseason when he collided with another runner.
ST. JOHN | In the third inning, Lake Central shortstop Brenden Seren hit a ball that seemed to take a long, slow fall toward the left-field fence.
GARY | Alain Quijano's life kept pulling him back to the Chicago area.
GARY | Cristian Guerrero was calling Greg Tagert to recommend a friend to the RailCats manager.
GARY | Whether it was the 48-degree temperatures at the outset of the RailCats tryout, the newly installed $50 fee for players wanting to participate or the RailCats roster that is nearly full, Thursday's open tryout didn't produce the numbers as past years.
Tyrus Joseforsky forced himself into the Hobart lineup as a freshman, outworking everyone around him to the point that the Brickies coaching staff couldn't help but start him.
HIGHLAND | Zac Ryan hit a home run for the second time in as many days.
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