Sixty-six years ago today Cleveland Indians legend Bob Lemon tossed a no-hitter against the Detroit Tigers. His no-hitter was just one of many significant events chronicled during the 1948 season in Did The Tribe Win Last Night’s #48Replay that was written and posted last winter. Below are two excerpts, covering Lemon’s no-hitter. The entire modernized, re-written and re-told...
In his first full season as a pitcher, Bob Lemon of the Cleveland Indians pitches a no-hitter, beating the Detroit Tigers, 2 – 0 in front of 49,628 at Briggs Stadium. Lemon has only two scares: Dale Mitchell makes a miraculous catch of a George Kell drive in the fourth and Ken Keltner makes a great stop behind third base in the fifth. The Tigers’ home was the last park in the...
NORMAN, Okla. – Oklahoma State won the first of five regular season Bedlam Series meetings with rival Oklahoma Tuesday night as the 20th-ranked Cowboys claimed a 3-1 win over the No. 29 Sooners in a non-conference game at L. Dale Mitchell Park.
NORMAN, Okla. — The Sooners resumed play Saturday and quickly put away Texas Tech in the ninth inning to capture an 8-0 series opening victory at L. Dale Mitchell Park.
NORMAN, Okla. — OU’s three-game losing streak is over after it lashed a week’s worth of frustrations in a 10-0 Friday night victory over the New Orleans Privateers at L. Dale Mitchell Park.
NORMAN, Okla. — The Sooners overcame a 7-0 deficit to climb on top, but they couldn’t sustain it and fell short of a series sweep over Kansas, dropping 10-8 in the finale Saturday at L. Dale Mitchell Park.
NORMAN, Okla. — Jonathan Gray was Jonathan Gray, Matt Oberste officially set the OU program record 28-game hitting streak and the Sooners cruised to a 12-1 series opener victory over the Kansas Jayhawks en route to earning their first ever 4-0 Big 12 start Thursday evening at L. Dale Mitchell Park.
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The latest renovation is complete at L. Dale Mitchell Park, the home of Oklahoma baseball. The project, the fourth renovation at the facility in the last five years, is highlighted by the addition of two rows of seating behind home plate which has increased the seating capacity to 3,180. A new netting was installed behind home plate and, along with the two additional rows of seating...
L. Dale Mitchell Park, the home of home of the University of Oklahoma baseball program, is undergoing another renovation to the facility as construction began on Nov. 9 and is scheduled to be completed prior to the 2012 season. The renovation, the third in the last four years, is highlighted by the addition of two rows of seating behind home plate.