Lansing Kee baseball coach Gene Schultz has retired, the IAHSAA announced Tuesday morning.
Schultz leads the nation with more than 1,750 career wins, including 1,578 during the summer seasons. He guided the Kee Hawks to nine state titles, w [...]continue »
The career of one of the most accomplished prep baseball coaches in Iowa and the country has come to an end.
Lansing Kee Coach Gene Schultz resigned Monday night after 45 years guiding the Kee Hawks baseball teams to nine state titles, accor [...]continue »
CEDAR RAPIDS — This is one of the reasons it’s called the grand old game.
You can go to the ballpark a million times and still know you haven’t seen it all and never will. Case in point was Sunday afternoon’s 5-4 [...]continue »
Former Cedar Rapids Xavier prep Corbin Woods has signed to continue his college baseball at the University of Iowa,
Woods hit .309 in 165 at-bats this past season for Heartland Community College in Illinois, which announced Woods’ si [...]continue »
CEDAR RAPIDS — The Gazette’s Jeff Johnson sat down with Minnesota Twins Director of Player Development Brad Steil for a quick conversation Friday afternoon about the 2014 Cedar Rapids Kernels, some of their better prospects and the e [...]continue »
CEDAR RAPIDS — Even the resident big-leaguer was impressed with Cedar Rapids pitcher Lewis Thorpe.
The 18-year-old Australian lefty struck out seven and yielded just two hits and an unearned run in a season-high six innings las [...]continue »
CEDAR RAPIDS — Bunt? Not Bryan Haar, not in that situation.
“No, I wasn’t going to bunt,” the Cedar Rapids Kernels third baseman said with a smile after his walk-off double gave his team a 4-3, 11-inning win over [...]continue »