Safe at Home: Arizona Baseball has coaching legacy of longevity

Jay Johnson has been the Arizona Wildcats baseball coach for one week. He’d better be prepared to stick around for at least 728 weeks. The UA baseball program has been built on coaching stability for over a hundred years

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Best Against Best: Andy Lopez’s greatness was at College World Series

Andy Lopez has begun a well-deserved retirement. He won a lot of games in a lot of places but he will be most remembered for what he did in Omaha, Nebraska

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Respect Your Elders: BatCats hoping to bring back large group of seniors in 2016

The Arizona Wildcats baseball team relied on a bunch of upperclassmen this season but failed to make the NCAA Tournament for the third straight year. Head coach Andy Lopez hopes to continue the rebuilding process by turning a lot of juniors into seniors

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Duo Threat: Assessing Kingery and Dalbec’s Player of the Year candidacy

Arizona Baseball’s conference season ended with a whimper in L.A. The Wildcats were no-hit on Friday, shut out on Saturday and swept on Sunday. The UA’s Pac-12 season may be done but two Arizona players still have a chance to win the conference’s biggest individual award

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Rival Review: Comparing Rodriguez and Graham after three seasons

We are waist-deep in the college football offseason which means it’s the time of year when everyone is posting rankings, lists and comparisons. And we love them for it. Athlon Sports recently ranked the Pac-12 coaches and gave us something to talk about by putting the guys from the Grand Canyon State in the top [&hellip

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