Injury Led To Learning Lesson For Jay Miller

Jay Miller was the Phillies 17th round draft choice last year and has spent most of the season at Lakewood, despite a brief stint at Clearwater after spending time on the Disabled List. Miller never really recovered from that DL stint in May when he developed an allergic reaction to medicine he was given for a spider bite.
September 6, 2007

Miller Thrives By Getting On Base

Jay Miller didn't really figure on going to the Phillies, since they weren't one of the teams that seemed overly interested in him. But that's okay with Miller, who looks to get his pro career started quickly.
June 7, 2006

Seen & Heard 5/22

HOW FAR HAVE THE football fortunes in Huskyville fallen in recent years? Forget the 19 losses over the last two seasons. A glance last week at a popular Husky fan site speaks volumes about the mood around Montlake. For there, on the front page, was a tome running more than 1,600 vacuous words on the glory of the Dawgs' win in the 2001 – yes, 2001 – Apple Cup. I kid you not.
May 22, 2006

Baseball showdown: Cougs vs. Devils in three

ONE YEAR AFTER winning a lone conference game, Washington State (20-7) is ranked No. 28, leading the Pac-10 in a number of individual and team statistical categories and coming off a rare pair of wins at perennial power Stanford. This weekend the Cougs do battle at home with No. 14 Arizona State (21-7) in a three-game series pitting an upstart against a mainstay. It's an early season showdown for the Pac-10's best overall mark.
March 30, 2006

Baseball: Cougs top Stanford AGAIN!

THE WASHINGTON STATE baseball team dispatched No. 17 Stanford for the second time in two days on Sunday, topping the Cardinal 8-5. The Cougs belted out 17 hits and came back from deficits twice to improve their overall mark to 20-6, (2-0 Pac-10) while moving into position for a possible sweep on Monday. After beating Stanford the day before for the first time in 23 times, Washington State found themselves tested early on in the middle game of the series.
March 27, 2006