Kolten Wong never has known big-league baseball without Mike Matheny. In every game of Wong’s six-season career, Matheny has penned the lineup card, taken the podium at the post-game news conference and occupied the office next door to the Cardinals’ clubhouse.
If you missed the news of UH-Hilo unveiling its men’s basketball schedule last week, here’s the highlight: fans will have more chances than usual to catch the Vulcans in person.
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A movie called The Money Trap, back in the 1960s, starring Glen Ford and Elke Sommer, had a plot that anyone who ever fantasized of finding a big bag of cash could relate to.
With restrictive pitch count rules to consider and the demand of trying to win four games in five days, managing a staff at a youth baseball tournament can turn into a chess match of sorts.
Their stay in San Jose wasn’t as long as the Hilo Pinto All-Stars wanted it to be, but while they were there they struck a blow for competitive balance.
Marc Butz drew an adoring crowd Thursday, even if it was only for a few seconds.