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Al Greener enlivens atmosphere at Louisville baseball games

Post from: The atmosphere engulfing University of Louisville home baseball games is contagious. A fun place to be, especially with UofL was winning 33 of 34 games at Jim Patterson Stadium this season. Integral to the atmosphere is the organ music offered up by Al Greener, the director of the UofL Pep Band. He is part of a vanishing breed, playing the organ at college baseball...
Via Louisville Card Game
2 days ago  |  Discuss

It Was Foul: Scenes from Left Field and the Fall of the Cardinal Nine

As the sun set on Jim Patterson Stadium, the floodlights illuminated the field of play. My friend made an astute observation: “Its entirely too dark at the edge of the outfield, you can barely see beyond the wall.” It seemed trivial at the time, and was quickly forgotten as the Louisville Cardinals entered extra innings. But when the umpires reviewed the now infamous home-run...
Via The Cardinal Connect
June 09, 2015  |  Discuss

Viewing Picks for June 7, 2015

All Times Eastern College BaseballNCAA Division I Baseball TournamentSuper Regionals-Double EliminationLouisville Super Regional, Jim Patterson Stadium, University of Louisville, Louisville, KY Game 2: Louisville vs. Cal State-Fullerton — ESPN2 , noon (Fullerton leads series 1-0) Fort Worth Super Regional, Lupton Stadium, Fort Worth, TX Game 2: TCU vs. Texas A&M — ESPN,...
Via Awful Announcing
June 07, 2015  |  Discuss

Jim Patterson for drama, Slugger Field for relaxing

Post from: Baseball is a slow sport, always has been, with long drawn out games. The baseball park is a good place to relax without an interest in the outcome of the game. Like going to a Louisville Bats game, I couldn’t care less about who wins or loses at Slugger Field. Those games are simply an escape from the frantic pace of life. Great food, good people watching. The...
Via Louisville Card Game
May 22, 2015  |  Discuss

Dan McDonnell & The Cards Have Once Again Punched Their Ticket To Omaha

Timothy Easley | Associated Press For the second consecutive year and the third time in school history, Dan McDonnell and the Louisville Cardinal Baseball program have advanced to the College Baseball World Series. The Cards swept the Kennesaw State Owls winning the first two games in the Super Regional series this weekend at Jim Patterson stadium. The Owls put up a good fight and...
Via The Cardinal Connect
June 08, 2014  |  Discuss

Louisville Baseball Shuts Out Kent State. They’ll Take On Kansas Today At 5 PM

Timothy Easley | Associated Press Nearly 3,500 were in attendance on Friday evening at Jim Patterson Stadium as Louisville Cardinal baseball team’s post season run continued. Dan McDonnell and the Cards shutout the Kent State Golden Flashes 5-0. With the win, Louisville moves to 46-15 on the season. They’re now possibly just a couple of wins away from advancing to the Super Regional...
Via The Cardinal Connect
May 31, 2014  |  Discuss

Kentucky Wildcats baseball to face Kent State after losing to Kansas

The Kansas Jayhawks broke open a tie game in the seventh inning and posted a 10-6 win over the Kentucky Wildcats in the opener of the NCAA Louisville Regional, on a sticky Friday afternoon at Jim Patterson Stadium. Kentucky (35-24) fell behind early to the Jayhawks after allowing three runs in the top of the first inning, ending the start for UK’s sophomore Kyle Cody after just...
Via Kentucky Sports Connection
May 31, 2014  |  Discuss

Allergy relief — and a UofL win — at Jim Patterson

Pastels prevailed Tuesday at Jim Patterson (Click to Enlarge). Jim Patterson Stadium has always provided the perfect setting for watching University of Louisville baseball, along with a lot of wins and a growing tradition over the years. The observer discovered another reason to be there Tuesday, following a week of a non-stop fight the army of pollens that make the Louisville area...
Via Louisville Card Game
April 22, 2014  |  Discuss

Busy week for UofL baseball at Jim Patterson Stadium

Five opportunities for fans to see the University of Louisville baseball team at home this week. Tuesday, 6 p.m. in a return game against Western Kentucky University. UofL defeated WUK 5-2 in Bowling Green a couple of weeks ago. It’s also Cancer Awareness Night with $1 from the sale of lemonade going to support Gilda’s Club of Louisville. Nick Burdi has 24 career saves at...
Via Louisville Card Game
April 21, 2014  |  Discuss
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