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Pullman Batting Cage is open to all ages, welcoming all those who want to sharpen their skills on indoor turf, Oct. 10, in Pullman, Wash.

Pullman Batting Cage a hit right off the bat

SAM TAYLOR, Evergreen managing editor October 11, 2023

Baseball players in and around Pullman looking to get better at hitting balls in winter and into spring used to have to choose between braving the elements at a baseball field or driving all the way to...

Dakota Hawkins celebrates to his dugout vs. UW, May 5.

Hawkins leaves mark on WSU, bound for New York Mets organization

SAM TAYLOR, Evergreen managing editor July 24, 2023

Early in WSU baseball’s 2023 season, senior pitchers Dakota Hawkins and Caden Kaelber took a look at WSU’s record book. “I was talking to Caden [Kaelber] beginning of the year, just going over some...

Seattle hosted the MLB All-Star Game for the first time since 2001, July 11, 2023 at T-Mobile Park. The event attracted 47,159 devoted baseball fans.

Should we be concerned about the Mariners?

Seth Stern, Evergreen reporter/Copy Editor July 19, 2023

The 2023 Seattle Mariners had high expectations going into the new MLB season after the accomplishments they had in their previous two seasons. Last year, the Mariners made the playoffs for the first time...

Sam Brown leads Cougs out ahead of first pitch against Stanford, May 19.

Four Cougs earn pro baseball opportunity

SAM TAYLOR, Evergreen managing editor July 19, 2023

Four difference makers for Cougar baseball have the chance to play at the highest level after joining four different Major League Baseball organizations. All-Pac-12 centerfielder Jonah Advincula...

WSU baseball head coach Nathan Choate poses for a picture with Assoicate Athletic Director Mitch Straub and WSU President Kirk Schulz, June 29, 2023 in Pullman, WA-Courtesy WSU Athletics

‘To whom much is given, much is required,’ baseball coach Nathan Choate outlines program philosophy

SAM TAYLOR, Evergreen managing editor July 8, 2023

Nathan Choate addressed a room full of players, alumni, faculty, staff and family for the first time as WSU baseball head coach. His first comment was a proud declaration that he had nailed the fight...

The view inside the Mariners home Kingdome during the 1996 Season.
 Blake Handley via Wikimedia

For the Mariners, it may be 1996 all over again

SAM TAYLOR, Evergreen managing editor July 5, 2023

As I walked out of T-Mobile Park, June 27, I passed the Seattle Mariners clearance sale of 2022 Postseason merchandise. It was minutes after the Mariners failed to score a single run in the bottom of...

Then-freshman infielder Kyle Manzardo waits for an incoming pitch, March 28, 2019.

Pro Coug Kyle Manzardo named to Futures Game in Seattle

SAM TAYLOR, Evergreen managing editor June 29, 2023

Pro Coug Kyle Manzardo will return to the Pacific Northwest with an invitation to the MLB Futures Game, a part of Seattle's 2023 All-Star Week at T-Mobile Park. Manzardo will represent the Tampa Bay Rays...

The Oregon Ducks beat the WSU Cougars in two consecutive games to take the series including their first win, 14-8 March 18, 2023 at Bailey-Brayton Field.

WSU expected to hire Nathan Choate as baseball head coach

SAM TAYLOR, Evergreen managing editor June 19, 2023

WSU baseball has reportedly hired Nathan Choate, Loyola Marymount University head coach, to fill their head coach vacancy.  A college pitcher for four years at Santa Ana College and Cal Poly, Choate’s...

The Oakland Athletics relocation mirrors prior relocations of the Seattle SuperSonics, Rams and Raiders.

The plight of Oakland A’s fans is all too familiar

SAM TAYLOR, Evergreen managing editor June 18, 2023

With the Oakland Athletics' relocation to Las Vegas growing more likely by the day, A’s fans did the only thing they know how to do, root for their team in the Oakland Coliseum, Tuesday night. It...

WSU catcher Scott Hatteberg during his tenure in Pullman, went on to be a vital part of Moneyball Oakland As

Historic Cougs: Scott Hatteberg

BRANDON WILLMAN, Editor-in-chief June 14, 2023

Those looking to find one of the great sports movies ever made will quickly find themselves at “Moneyball.” A movie about the Oakland Athletics’ approach to spending less money than other teams and...

Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum in 2023

Oakland Athletics fans host ‘reverse-boycott,’ demand A’s stay in Oakland

SAM TAYLOR, Evergreen managing editor June 14, 2023

Tuesday night was a beautiful night for baseball in the Bay. The Oakland Athletics–by most accounts the worst team in baseball — beat the Tampa Bay Rays —  the best team in baseball, 2-1...

WSU Infielder Cam Magee high fives one of his coaches after an NCAA baseball game against Gonzaga, Tuesday, May 2, 2023 in Pullman, Wash.

Four Candidates (and one fantasy) for the next WSU baseball head coach

SAM TAYLOR, Evergreen managing editor June 8, 2023

Editor's note: This article has been updated to reflect the number of freshmen who have decommited from the program WSU is in the market for a head baseball coach after former coach Brian Green...

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