The knuckleball is one of baseball's hardest pitches to hit, catch and throw. Those who throw it don't get much respect, but a knuckler could be a big signing for a college program, like Kansas University, in search of another pitcher. Column by Tom Keegan
A particularly interesting crop of explosive newcomers will light things up in Kansas University athletic contests this coming school year. A look at some of the must-see shows debuting during the 2013-14 school year. By Tom Keegan
Kansas University closer Jordan Piché earned a spot on the American Baseball Coaches Association’s All-Midwest Region second team, the organization announced Tuesday.
Kansas University baseball coach Ritch Price and his son, KU assistant coach Ritchie, are enjoying their second stretch together in the Jayhawks' dugout. Ritchie returned to Lawrence to work with his father after a successful career as a KU shortstop and a three-season stint as South Dakota State's head coach. By Matt Tait
Five current and former Kansas University baseball players and one future Jayhawk were selected during the third day of the 2013 Major League Baseball Amateur Draft on Saturday.
The Kansas University baseball team's dream of seeing its name included in the NCAA Tournament field of 64 came to an end Monday morning. The Jayhawks, who finished with their best record since 2010 and advanced to last weekend's Big 12 Conference tournament championship game, did not do enough to receive an invite to the postseason. By Matt Tait
The Kansas University baseball team’s charge toward the Big 12 tournament title came up one victory short Sunday in Oklahoma City, as the sixth-seeded Jayhawks fell to No. 5 seed Oklahoma, 7-2, in the championship game. By Matt Tait
The Oklahoma baseball team scored three first-inning runs and never trailed after that, defeating Kansas, 7-2, in the Big 12 championship game on Sunday afternoon in the Big 12 championship game.
Michael Suiter hit a two-run home run and four Kansas pitchers combined on a shutout as the Jayhawks beat TCU 4-0 Saturday night to reach the Big 12 championship game.
Kansas University struggled to end the baseball regular season, but it’s starting off the postseason with a bang. The sixth-seeded Jayhawks beat second-seeded Oklahoma State, 5-3, in a game that ended early Saturday morning to improve to 2-0 in their pool of the Big 12 tournament.
The Kansas University baseball team snapped a six-game losing streak with a 7-2 victory over No. 3 seed West Virginia in the opening game of pool play at the Big 12 tournament in Oklahoma City on Thursday night.
The fact that Joradn Dreiling still is playing the game he loves is a testament to his determination. By Matt Tait
The Big 12 Conference on Tuesday announced that this week's Big 12 baseball tournament in Oklahoma City would be pushed back a day out of respect for the victims of the tornado that devastated residents of Moore, Okla., just south of the city. Rather than using the extra day to rest, the Kansas University baseball team jumped right into the relief effort. By Matt Tait
Utah’s Cory Hunt singled over the outstretched arms of Kansas University right fielder Connor McKay with the bases loaded and two outs in the bottom of the 13th to lift the Utes to their second walk-off victory of the series, 7-6, Monday at Spring Mobile Ballpark.
Kansas University baseball isn’t exactly surging into the postseason.