Region Sports Extra
What if? The 9 and 22 Edition
The contract of RailCats closer Clay Zavada was purchased by the San Diego Padres on Tuesday and he will report to their double-A affiliate in San Antonio, the team said in a release.
When Jake Diebler's decision to take a new job at Ohio State was announced on Monday morning, well-wishes were sent his way all over the Internet. Diebler talked about how tough of a decision it was and Valparaiso coach Bryce Drew spoke of the tears that were shed on Sunday when the final go…
What if Beas Hamga never left Valparaiso?
GARY | The RailCats conclude their 11-game marathon with a series finale against Winnipeg.
GARY | The RailCats welcome Winnipeg to U.S. Steel Yard for the final series of the 11-game home stand. Coming to town with the Goldeyes is former RailCat and Hammond High grad Mike Coles, who signed with the Canadian team on June 20.
GARY | If you're just rising from the haze of the Blackhawks Stanley Cup Championship win Monday night, remember that the RailCats game ended later.
What if Mike Rogers made the layup in the closing seconds at Milwaukee on Feb. 16, 2011?
GARY | If the RailCats beat St. Paul today, it will be the first sweep of a series by the team this season.
GARY | The RailCats have already guaranteed they won't lose the four-game series against St. Paul.
GARY | The RailCats coaching staff had planned an undrafted seniors tryout day today that was ultimately delayed because of the rain.
GARY | The RailCats have spent the last week on the road and have the comforts of U.S. Steel Yard for 11 straight games.
What if Brandon Wood never left for Michigan State?
GARY | If you came here looking for a baseball game, it's starting a little late.
GARY | The RailCats aren't simply fighting the emotional toll that a losing streak can take, they're battling Mother Nature for another game.
What if Bobby Capobianco never got ejected at Detroit on Jan. 17, 2013?
GARY | The RailCats are welcoming dogs to U.S. Steel Yard with their annual Bark in the Park promotion.
GARY | The RailCats are entertaining an interesting lineup with injuries and illnesses.
GARY | The RailCats split two series in Texas and return to U.S. Steel Yard with more injuries than they left with.
What if? It's the most intriguing question in life. How would things turn out if only some other decision would've been made? If an event played out just a bit differently?
GARY | An odd statistic to open the game notes, the RailCats enter the day six hits away from 10,000 in franchise history.
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.
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.
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.
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