Lawrence High baseball coach Brad Stoll has watched countless baseball games and there was one earlier this month that he said he would never forget. By Bobby Nightengale
Former Kansas University pitcher Frank Duncan threw one perfect inning in the International League All-Stars’ 4-2 victory over the PCL All-Stars in the Triple-A All-Star game on Wednesday.
More than half of Kansas University’s student-athletes posted a grade-point average of 3.0 or better during the spring semesters, lifting the cumulative GPA to a record 3.04, according to numbers released Wednesday.
Kansas University junior catcher Michael Tinsley was named to the ABCA/Rawling All-Midwest Region Second Team.
Three Kansas University baseball players were selected Saturday on the final day of the MLB draft.
With the 212th pick of the 2016 Major League Baseball (MLB) Draft, the Cleveland Indians selected Kansas University junior catcher Michael Tinsley on Friday afternoon.
Kansas University baseball left fielder Devin Foyle was named to the Louisville Slugger Freshman All-American team, Collegiate Baseball announced Wednesday.
Five Kansas University baseball players received All-Big 12 recognition with senior left-hander Ben Krauth and junior catcher Michael Tinsley earning first team distinction.
For the second year in a row, Kansas University’s baseball team will be checking in uniforms and getting an early start to summer while the rest of the Big 12 Conference teams do battle this week in Oklahoma City for the conference crown. But that fact has not soured KU athletic director Sheahon Zenger’s opinion of the man in charge of the Kansas program. By Matt Tait
Junior reliever Stephen Villines matched a career-high six innings pitched, as the Kansas University baseball team fell to No. 12 Oklahoma State, 8-1, Saturday.
Kansas University’s baseball team dropped a doubleheader to Oklahoma State on Friday and was eliminated from qualifying for the Big 12 tournament.
Kansas University junior baseball catcher Michael Tinsley is one of 15 semifinalists for the Johnny Bench Award.
Wichita State had an answer for every Kansas University score, including a two-run eighth that lifted the Shockers to a 7-6 nonconference baseball victory over the Jayhawks on Tuesday at Eck Stadium.
Kansas University senior Colby Wright returned to the Jayhawks’ lineup with a bang Sunday, but the second baseman’s two-home-run, four-RBI afternoon was not enough, and Kansas dropped the series finale to Kansas State 8-5 at Tointon Family Stadium.
Kansas State banged out 18 hits and scored 12 runs Saturday night to even their weekend series with Kansas University baseball, 12-2, at Tointon Stadium.