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Bluejays lose two games to Friends

The Tabor College baseball team lost a three-game series to Friends, two games to one Friday and Saturday. Tabor moves to 6-3 in KCAC play, 20-7 overall. The Bluejays won Friday’s nine-inning game, 3-0. Jagger Harjo (5-0) went the distance on the mound, throwing a four-hit shutout to earn the pitching win. He walked two batters and struck out three. […]

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Tabor baseball sweeps Saint Mary

Facing its first KCAC competition of the season, the Tabor College baseball team earned a three-game sweep of Saint Mary Saturday and Sunday to improve to 15-4 overall. After having secured two victories the day before, Tabor ended the series Sunday with a 20-4 victory. The Bluejays plated four runs in the opening inning. Jordan Harris and Braxon Byfield each […]

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Tabor’s DeLeon signs contract with San Diego Padres team

Less than a week after going undrafted, Manny DeLeon was given a chance to pursue his dream. The senior right fielder for Tabor College worked out for the San Diego Padres at the team’s camp in Peoria, Ariz., last week, which ultimately led to a contract offer. “They had me practicing with the team and then they had me taking […]

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DeLeon feted as Player of the Year

DeLeon feted as Player of the Year

Tabor College right fielder Manny DeLeon has been named the NAIA National Player of the Year, becoming the first KCAC baseball player to do so. DeLeon led the NAIA in total bases, RBIs, slugging percentage and home runs this season, while batting a team-best .440. He led the Bluejays with 25 stolen bases and was also named the KCAC Player […]

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WET BLANKET

WET BLANKET

Michael Baca steps to the plate as rain falls during Tabor’s game with Wayland Baptist Thursday. The game had been postponed from 11 a.m. to nearly 5 p.m. because of weather. Rain was the dominant player last week as area teams adjusted to multiple postponements and delays at their post-season tournaments. Tabor College’s opening game at the NAIA Baseball Opening […]

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Rainy day melee/ Tabor’s World Series bid falls short in NAIA Opening Round championship

Rainy day melee/ Tabor’s World Series bid falls short in NAIA Opening Round championship

Dalton Iveans attempts a double play at first after securing the second out via line out in the top of the third inning against Mayville State Wednesday. Tabor defeated Mayville State, 4-3, in walkoff fashion. After losing their first game of the NAIA Opening Round tournament in Hutchinson, the Bluejays won three games before falling to Science and Arts in […]

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Tabor 1-2 in KCAC tournament

Tabor 1-2 in KCAC tournament

Jerrik Sigg scores on an error in the top of the eighth inning against Sterling Friday. Tabor came up just short in the elimination game, losing 12-11. Having won the KCAC tournament the previous two years, the Tabor College baseball team made an early exit from the field this year. The Bluejays went 1-2 and were eliminated by eventual-champion Sterling […]

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JAYS SECURE FIFTH STRAIGHT REGULAR-SEASON TITLE/Jays win three of four at Ottawa

JAYS SECURE FIFTH STRAIGHT REGULAR-SEASON TITLE/Jays win three of four at Ottawa

Colton Moore fires a pitch Friday at Ottawa. Moore pitched 11⁄3 innings of relief in Tabor’s 5-2 victory. Tabor won three of four at Ottawa to conclude the regular season and clinch its fifth consecutive regular-season KCAC title. Flexibility was the name of the game for the Tabor College baseball team’s regular-season finale at Ottawa last week. The series was […]

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Bluejays take three from Sterling

The No. 11 Tabor College baseball team took three of four from 21st-ranked Sterling last week. ?(Sterling is) a very good team,??coach Mark Standiford said. ?They swing the bats very well and they pitch very well. To be able to take three of four from Sterling?s always nice.? The series began Friday with a Bluejay sweep. Tabor won Game 1, […]

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Home for good

Home for good

After three different colleges in three years, Michael Baca has found his place at Tabor College. Baseball has taken Michael Baca many places. The Tabor College shortstop attended three other schools, including a pair of NCAA Division I programs, before landing in Hillsboro to wrap up the final two years of his collegiate career. Tabor is the only place Baca […]

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