Refsnyder blasts first MLB homer in Yankees' win.
Ex-Arizona Wildcat Roach gets promoted to Cubs.
Strong stats earn Veal another shot with Braves.
Ex-Cat Bandy off to torrid start for Salt Lake.
Mejia successful in first taste of Triple-A ball.
The Wildcats are 22-6 this season thanks to some timely hitting.
Arizona opens a three-game series at Stanford on Friday.
Joey Rickard hit 13 home runs in his three years at the University of Arizona, but never had he hit more than one in a game.
Believe it or not, center fielder Joey Rickard and pitcher Kurt Heyer don't remember the final out of the Arizona Wildcats' national championship game last June.
Andy Lopez’s first opening day as a coach is still the one he remembers most.
Johnny Field and his Arizona Wildcats teammates arrived in Tucson at noon on Tuesday, where the 2012 NCAA national champions were greeted by 5,000-plus fans at McKale Center.
OMAHA, Neb. —Bobby Brown, had he chosen, could have turned the moments following Thursday’s 10-3 College World Series win over Florida State into one big I-told-you-so.
OMAHA, Neb. - The Arizona Wildcats' first College World Series game since 2004 was a showcase of styles and a battle of wills.
The ESPN network televised nearly 10 hours of Arizona Wildcats baseball last weekend, and will show even more during a sun-soaked super regional that starts Friday.
UA shortstop Alex Mejia went to St. Louis in the fourth round, the highest of five Wildcats drafted Tuesday.
Joey Rickard was shagging flies along the Hi Corbett Field warning track at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday when he was summoned back to the UA clubhouse.
The Pac-12 championship game went on and on and on. It went on for three hours and 50 minutes. Although Arizona never trailed, the consequences and the theatrics were such that it seemed like the Wildcats never led.
The Arizona Wildcats will play six games in the next 10 days, a critical stretch that will determine whether the nation's 14th-ranked team will host an NCAA regional or hit the road.
Kurt Heyer says: "Experience is really the key" for UA as it heads into its final six regular-season games and the postseason.
During the first 156 games of his college career, Joey Rickard played through a groin injury, a hip problem and all sorts of minor, tape-it-up-and-go issues.