1. Indiana Football Player Profile: Matt Mayberry

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    Kevin  Luchansky Written by Kevin Luchansky about almost 6 years ago 733 reads 0 comments

  2. Cape Cod League Player Profile: Ricky Bowen

    Bourne Braves starting pitcher Ricky Bowen grew up in a northern Alabama community that idolized pigskin and football Saturdays. In the town of Jasper, Alabama, it was Auburn or the Crimson Tide of Alabama—nothing else mattered much...

    Kevin  Luchansky Written by Kevin Luchansky about almost 6 years ago 808 reads 2 comments

  3. Brett Favre Could Immediately Contribute to Four Teams in the NFL

    I'm sure everyone is tired of the whole Brett Favre "Am I retired?" saga. I know that I am. Brett, and the Packers, who were unfortunately thrust into this position, now must make the decision ...

    Kevin  Luchansky Written by Kevin Luchansky about almost 6 years ago 1,172 reads 10 comments

  4. Cape League: Braves Down Mets 9-2

    The Bourne Braves faced quite the ultimatum on Sunday afternoon at Doran Park: beat the Hyannis Mets and gain sole possession of first place in the Western division, or lose and fall all the way down into fourth...

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  5. Cape League: Reed, Braves Squander Big Oppurtunities In Loss To Mariners

    After winning games with late inning heroics the previous two nights at Doran Park, it looked like the Braves were poised to do it again as the ninth inning began with a 7-6 Harwich advantage...

    Kevin  Luchansky Written by Kevin Luchansky about almost 6 years ago 253 reads 0 comments

  6. Cape Cod League Player Profile: Bryce Stowell

    Bourne Braves starting pitcher Bryce Stowell was hooked on baseball from the moment he was introduced to the game. At a very young age, Bryce’s father showed his son the game we know as America’s pastime...

    Kevin  Luchansky Written by Kevin Luchansky about almost 6 years ago 682 reads 0 comments

  7. McCully, Bourne Braves Slide Past Y-D Red Sox

    Behind the arms of Bourne pitchers Nick McCully (Coastal Carolina), Dave Erickson (Uconn), and closer Eric Pettis (UC-Irvine), the Braves shutdown the hot bats of the Y-D Red Sox Thursday night at Red Wilson Field, winning a 3-2 pitcher’s duel...

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  8. Erik Bedard: Chicago Cubs Should Pursue Him

    Dear Jim Hendry and Co., Congratulations on your stellar season thus far. You're at, or nearing, the halfway point of the season and your Cubbies stand alone in first place in the NL Central Division...

    Kevin  Luchansky Written by Kevin Luchansky about 6 years ago 392 reads 10 comments

  9. Nick McCully Fires Perfect Game, Braves Top Cardinals 1-0

    Baseball fans at Doran Park witnessed a very rare Cape League feat Saturday night when the Braves took on the Orleans Cardinals. Braves starting pitcher Nick McCully approached me prior to taking the mound...

    Kevin  Luchansky Written by Kevin Luchansky about 6 years ago 880 reads 2 comments

  10. Ross Wilson—Cape Cod Baseball League Player Profile

    Ross Ingram Wilson came to the Cape Cod Baseball League, like many of the other top talents in the country, with aspirations of improving his overall game, particularly in the field...

    Kevin  Luchansky Written by Kevin Luchansky about 6 years ago 357 reads 9 comments

  11. Open Mic: Officials Are Human Too

    I can still recall the day, nearly six years ago, when I arrived at the ballpark to umpire my first game ever. Minutes earlier, when I left the house, both of my parents wished me luck...

    Kevin  Luchansky Written by Kevin Luchansky about 6 years ago 340 reads 2 comments

  12. NBA Draft 2008: My First 10 Picks

    The Bulls winning the 2008 NBA Draft Lottery really shakes things up a bit. Chicago only had a 1.7 percent chance of winning the lottery, but lo and behold they will pick first on June 26th in Madison Square Garden...

    Kevin  Luchansky Written by Kevin Luchansky about 6 years ago 1,245 reads 4 comments

  13. Jon Lester Tallies Another Feat; No-Hits Kansas City Royals with 86 Strikes

    On a cool New England night in a packed house at Fenway Monday, Jon Lester became the 18th Red Sox pitcher to fire a no hitter and the first Boston left-hander since Mel Parnell in 1956...

    Kevin  Luchansky Written by Kevin Luchansky about 6 years ago 814 reads 0 comments

  14. Chicago Cubs: NL Central Leaders Go as Soriano Goes

    Almost seven weeks into the season, it’s easy to see that the Chicago Cubs go as Soriano goes. When the weather heats up, so does Soriano’s bat. When Soriano’s bat is hot, so are the division-leading Cubs...

    Kevin  Luchansky Written by Kevin Luchansky about 6 years ago 580 reads 3 comments

  15. NL Debate: Should Managers consider hitting abilities of Minor League Pitchers?

    The recent at-the-plate successes of Chicago’s Carlos Zambrano and Arizona’s Micah Owings raises the question: Should NL Managers factor hitting ability when bringing up, or drafting, ...

    Kevin  Luchansky Written by Kevin Luchansky about 6 years ago 195 reads 0 comments

  16. From Atlanta to LA: Center Fielder Andruw Jones Struggles in Dodger Blue

    Can anyone explain the plate struggles of five time All-Star Andruw Jones?One thing is for certain: the Dodgers center fielder and 10-time Gold Glove winner has no explanation...

    Kevin  Luchansky Written by Kevin Luchansky about 6 years ago 695 reads 1 comments

  17. Tampa Bay Rays: Young Guns Firing

    The young guns are firing on all cylinders in Tampa Bay as the Ray’s young pitching staff is getting it done for the second place squad...

    Kevin  Luchansky Written by Kevin Luchansky about 6 years ago 954 reads 9 comments

  18. Milwaukee Brewers' Ninth Inning Struggle: the Eric Gagne Story

    Where has your right arm gone, Eric?Ned Yost turns his lazy eyes to you.In December of 2007, the Milwaukee Brewers signed relief pitcher Eric Gagne. With that contract, the organization adopted Gagne’s closing problems...

    Kevin  Luchansky Written by Kevin Luchansky about 6 years ago 1,337 reads 3 comments

  19. Kelvin Sampson Leaving Milwaukee Bucks, Heading to Verizon

    Kelvin Sampson, former Indiana University men's basketball coach and NCAA rules violator, has left the Milwaukee Bucks organization.Sampson was recently hired to be an assistant on Scott Skiles' Milwaukee Bucks staff...

    Kevin  Luchansky Written by Kevin Luchansky about 6 years ago 2,063 reads 4 comments

  20. NL MVP: A Two-Man Race Between Chase Utley and Chipper Jones

    Yes, it is only May 11, but the NL MVP ballots should list only two candidates this season: Atlanta’s Chipper Jones and Philadelphia’s Chase Utley...

    Kevin  Luchansky Written by Kevin Luchansky about 6 years ago 773 reads 4 comments

  21. College Tennis: Thrilling Season Ends for Indiana, Bloemendaal

    The No. 38 Indiana University men’s tennis team lost a heart-breaker on Saturday to the No. 29 Vanderbilt Commodores by a 4-3 score on the campus of Ole Miss in Oxford...

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  22. College Basketball: Jeremiah Rivers Flowing to Indiana

    Georgetown guard Jeremiah Rivers, recently seen wearing a Hoosier jumpsuit in Assembly Hall, is reportedly transferring to IU. The sophomore guard averaged 2.5 points and 2.4 rebounds in 18...

    Kevin  Luchansky Written by Kevin Luchansky about 6 years ago 2,644 reads 3 comments