For the second time in its weekend series with Kansas State in Manhattan, the Kansas baseball team found itself in extra innings on Sunday. This time, however, it was the Wildcats who emerged victorious, 7-6 in 11 innings in the series rubber match, to take this year's Sunflower Showdown two games to one. All three games were decided by one run.
The Kansas State Wildcats baseball team out-dueled Kansas, 1-0, on Saturday night at Tointon Family Stadium to even the series at one win apiece heading into Sunday's rubber match.
Despite a five-run ninth inning by Kansas State, the visiting Kansas baseball team emerged victorious in Game 1 of its Sunflower Showdown series in Manhattan Friday night, 9-8 in 10 innings.
Taylor Turski called his start against West Virginia on Sunday the best performance on the mound this season, and it couldn’t have come at a better time for the Kansas baseball team.
Brendt Citta went 3-for-5 with two home runs, a double, five RBIs and three runs scored to lead the Kansas baseball team to a 13-3 victory over West Virginia on Saturday at Hoglund Ballpark.
West Virginia slammed the reeling Kansas baseball team, 21-3, Friday night in the opener of a three-game series at Holglund Ballpark.
The Kansas baseball team snapped an 11-game losing streak with a 9-4 road win over Missouri State on Wednesday at Hammons Field. Jaxx Groshans powered the KU offense with two two-run doubles. James Cosentino also provided some pop for the Jayhawks with a solo shot in the sixth inning.
Brendt Citta ripped a bases-clearing double in the sixth inning, but that was all that the Kansas baseball team could muster in a 9-3 loss to Cincinnati on Sunday at Marge Schott Stadium.
The Kansas baseball team came up short in a 7-6 loss to Cincinnati in 13 innings on Saturday at Marge Schott Stadium.
The Kansas baseball team had the potential tying run thrown out at the plate in the ninth inning of a 4-3 loss to Cincinnati on Friday at Marge Schott Stadium.
Kansas baseball coach Ritch Price was hoping for a strong performance from a multitude of pitchers in his bullpen if the Jayhawks were going to finally stop the bleeding.
The Kansas baseball team was shutout for the third time this season Wednesday in an 11-0 road loss to Wichita State at Eck Stadium.
Lawrence native and University of Kansas graduate Kent Shelley left a baseball diamond warmed by victory for the 1,000th time in his 31-season career this past week and feeling grateful he never left JCCC. By Benton Smith
There was no question as to where the biggest out of the game was recorded. Even if you missed it, the mark imprinted on the padding out in center field told the story of one of the game’s biggest plays.
The raindrops blurring the camera behind home plate may as well have been a ray of sunshine. The Jayhawks, facing a Major League-level left-hander, had a chance to cut into the lead.