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Bison Video Blog: Spring ball, baseball and more
Join The Forum's Jeff Kolpack and WDAY sports director Dom Izzo as they bring you up-to-date with all the latest in NDSU Bison athletics. brightcove.createE...
4/16/13 at 2:15 PM Bison Video Blog: End Of Season Awards! 6/1/12 at 1:04 PM
A Historic Day 5/26/12 at 9:50 AM
A ballgame played in the night sky
The moon's back in the west tonight but very low especially from the northern U.S., where it sets about a half hour after sunset. Look for a wiry crescent around and shortly after sunset. Being so c...
8/19/12 at 12:44 PM
Check out what these ten year olds are doing on Areavoices! - Areavoices Digest #84
I just love this idea! Matt and Graham are two ten year olds who love baseball. This summer they're setting out on a six day six game six city baseball tour with their dads and they're taking Areavoic...
8/1/12 at 3:06 PM Areavoices Digest #47 - Do you eat dinner with your family? 9/21/11 at 2:00 PM
MRI Reveals Torn UCL for Joel Zumaya
Multiple sources are reporting that the MRI Joel Zumaya had this morning revealed a torn UCL in his right elbow. A torn UCL will mean Tommy John surgery and that he will not pitch in the 2012 season. ...
2/26/12 at 1:44 PM Zumaya already injures elbow? 2/25/12 at 2:37 PM
Twins Pitchers and Catchers report today! 2/18/12 at 2:09 PM
Jimmie pitcher Kreis selected in MLB Draft
Jamestown Colleges Alex Kreis was selected Wednesday on the third day of the Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft. He is the first Jimmie and first Dakota Athletic Conference player to ever b...
6/8/11 at 4:30 PM
Jimmies blast RMU; They're moving on
Tim Penner hit a grand slam and drove in seven runs and Ryan Iliff went eight innings on the mound as Jamestown College routed Robert Morris (Ill.) 13-5 in the first game of the NAIA National Tourname...
5/12/11 at 2:53 PM Jimmies and Dickinson playing late 5/4/11 at 10:43 PM
Northern League and volleyball results - a lot 9/14/10 at 11:21 PM
The glory of flow charts
The link Im about to provide combines two of my favorite things baseball and flow charts. The season is underway and my Milwaukee Brewers could be playing better but they are still not doing as shod...
5/10/11 at 5:51 PM He gone 9/28/10 at 12:56 PM
The moral? Steroids cheapen the "victory"
Last night I re-watched part of 61* and remembered why I enjoy the movie so much. I saw it with my brother, and we started talking about the home run record, and who's broken it since Maris. We agreed...
11/2/10 at 9:20 AM Cream cheese and cheese-steaks and baseball, oh my! 10/4/10 at 5:56 PM
Plowing that corn under 6/24/10 at 8:23 AM
Minot family still grateful to "Extreme Makeover"
Four years ago, I covered the Minot "Extreme Makeover Home Edition." So, with all of the excitement in Moorhead, I decided to check in with the Bliven family in Minot to see how things are going for t...
10/6/10 at 3:21 PM
Football and faith? Minn. church offers Vikings to get people in the door; another church offers tickets to Twins
The Associated Press reports that "at least two Minnesota churches are hoping to pack the pews by offering the chance for free tickets to Minnesota Vikings or Minnesota Twins games." I'm curious as t...
9/9/10 at 12:14 PM
Amazing Japanese baseball Spiderman catch
He should be using his powers to fight crime ... not play baseball. Shame on you, amazing athlete! See more funny videos and TBT Videos at Today's Big Thing. ...
8/6/10 at 5:08 AM Yankees say George Steinbrenner dead at 80 7/13/10 at 4:47 AM
A Thousand Words : Baseball
Keep your eye on the ball! This is our great nephew Mason, he is just four years old..he is a very good ball player! Yes, he connected with this ball, I hollered "Run, Mason, ...
10/12/09 at 2:03 AM
Football Fever and the Baseball Bug
People are speaking in tongues in the newsroom this week, and I haven't the foggiest what they're actually saying because I do not speak baseball and am not fluent in football. That's not to say I'm n...
10/6/09 at 9:03 AM
So long, farewell
My boys were 6 and 8 years old the day they walked out onto the platform that led down into the field. They looked at the long row of steps beneath them, then looked toward the field. Both their jaws ...
10/3/09 at 9:37 PM