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Today in the Valley: April 2-4 »

A look at the other Missouri Valley baseball series going on this weekend.

The Tenth Inning: Southern Illinois »

Creighton takes two of three from Southern Illinois in the MVC-opening series for both schools.

Creighton Baseball, Softball Back to the Diamond »

The Bluejays head south, where weather is causing some scheduling changes

Baseball Preview Part IV: Pitchers and Catchers »

WBR’s four-part Baseball Preview concludes with a look at the Jays battery: pitchers and catchers.

Baseball Preview Part III: The Infielders »

In Part III of WBR’s Baseball Preview, we look at who will replace standouts Darin Ruf and Vicente Cafaro on the right side of the infield.

Baseball Preview Part II: The Outfielders »

WBR’s Baseball preview takes a look at the Jays’ outfielders, a strong group led by T.J. Roemmich and Robbie Knight.

Baseball Preview Part I: The Opponents »

The first of WBR’s four-part Baseball Preview focuses on the schedule the team will face.

Quick Hits: 1/25/09 »

Here are your Quick Hits for this week in Creighton and MVC Sports, including TV in Omaha for the Bradley game on Wed.

Recruiting Wrap-Up (9/3/09) »

Several new commitments by future Bluejays this week in several sports. See who they are.

UPDATED: Pat Venditte Segment on ESPN’s “E:60” »

In case you missed it, ESPN catches up with the former Bluejay and current Yankee farmhand.

Heller Not Coming to Creighton as Hitting Coach? »

UNI’s Rick Heller not coming to Creighton as previously reported, according to the Terre Haute Tribune-Star.

Cracked Bats: Jays Baseball News »

A future Jay is working with a former MLB great, while two more Jays head toward pro careers.

Cracked Bats: Jays Baseball News »

Past, Present and Future Bluejay baseball players making news in the very first Cracked Bats news updates.

Fans’ Memory Better Than Media Guide »

In last week’s MVC Tournament, CU hurler Brandon Koenigstein threw a no-hitter, reportedly the first such performance in school history. New research shows this is not the case.