'Cats bats continue to explode

Before the 2010 Arizona baseball season began, head coach Andy Lopez expected his team to be in a lot of low-scoring, one or two-run ball games, while relying heavily on the pitching staff. Read more

Busy break for baseball

After playing nine games in the last 13 days, Spring Break would be a reasonable time for the Arizona baseball team to catch its collective breath. But the youngest team in the Pacific 10 Conference will keep its foot on the gas, as the Wildcats (8-4) will play eight games in the next 10 days, starting with a three-game series against Northern Colorado this weekend at Frank Sancet Stadium. Read more

Baseball team wallops Saint Joseph's

Beating the teams you are supposed to beat is a staple of successful sports teams, and three days after taking two of three games from California State University, Fullerton, the Arizona baseball team took care of business against Saint Joseph's in a double-header, sweeping the two-game series in lopsided fashion. Read more

Baseball rained out; two games on deck

The Arizona Wildcats' baseball game against Saint Joseph's originally scheduled for Tuesday at 5 p.m. has been postponed due to rain. The Wildcats (6-4) will now play a double-header versus the Hawks (1-6), with the first game at noon at Frank Sancet Stadium. Read more

Comeback 'Cats down UNLV

During the Arizona baseball team's Tuesday night loss to the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, it was the Runnin' Rebels (7-3) that came up with the timely hits down the stretch, resulting in a 12-10 Arizona loss. Read more

Baseball hosts Runnin' Rebels

With 17 freshmen and 21 newcomers on the Arizona baseball roster, five games isn't nearly enough time for head coach Andy Lopez and his staff to see what type of team they have. Read more