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Aptos’ Torres signs with Japan’s Giants

The Yomiuri Giants announced Tuesday they have signed former Chicago White Sox right-hander and Aptos High alum Carlos Torres to a one-year contract worth 40 million yen (roughly $479,000 U.S.). ‘‘We really like the fact that this player really has … Continue reading

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Soquel’s St. John putting finishing touches on banner season at UC San Diego

Soquel High alum Kirby St. John, a senior right-handed pitcher at UC San Diego, picked up his ninth win of the season, helping the Tritons (40-6, 30-5) sweep a doubleheader Saturday and lock up the regular-season title in California Collegiate … Continue reading

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Santa Cruz’s Gagnier likely to return to Oregon Ducks baseball team

Former Santa Cruz High pitcher Drew Gagnier — drafted in the 14th round by the Oakland A’s in June’s MLB Draft — told The Oregonian he’s 90 percent sure he’ll return to the University of Oregon for his junior season. … Continue reading

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Scotts Valley’s Erlin makes pro debut

Former Scotts Valley High ace Robbie Erlin – the Sentinel’s 2009 County Player of the Year in baseball – made his professional debut Sunday night. Coming on in meddle relief, Erlin threw a scoreless inning in Arizona League action as … Continue reading

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Santa Cruz’s Gagnier tearing up Cape Cod League in limited action

Drew Gagnier (take a look at this giant) Former Santa Cruz High pitcher Drew Gagnier, a redshirt sophomore for the University of Oregon, isn’t seeing a ton of action for the Cape Cod League’s Cotuit Kettleers, but he is dominating … Continue reading

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Aptos pitcher Carlos Torres called up by Chicago White Sox for spot start

When pitcher Carlos Torres was told by his Triple-A Charlotte coaches Richard Dotson and Chris Chambliss that he wasn’t going to make his scheduled start Sunday, the ultra-competitive Torres let out a big smile. See, the bad news was accompanied … Continue reading

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