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Ohio State pitcher Zach Farmer says his leukemia is in remission

Ohio State baseball player Zach Farmer received some good news this week. His leukemia is in remission.

The freshman pitcher, who was diagnosed with myeloid leukemia, is ready for the next step in his recovery, a bone marrow transplant.

The Buckeyes coaching staff did not know that Farmer had any medical issues until he informed head coach Greg Beals, the final week of April that while he was throwing on the side, he felt dizzy and weak.

The athletic trainers were alerted to Farmer’s condition and testing revealed that he had leukemia on April 29.

Farmer’s teammates and coaches in an effort to help, all were tested to see if they were a bone marrow match.

Farmer’s last win of the season was on Sunday, April 20 against Murray State, 7-3 at Bill Davis Stadium. He ended the season with a 6-4 record.

Zach Farmer (courtesy OSU)

Artificial Turf coming to OSU’s Bill Davis Stadium


Artificial Turf from Alfheim Stadium in Tromso, Norway (photo in 2006 by Guttorm Raknes via wikipedia commons)

Ohio State baseball coach Greg Beals had been thinking for awhile about having Bill Davis Stadium’s surface changing from natural grass to artificial turf.

There are several colleges who have the the GameDay Grass surface that Beals desired, Duke, Wake Forest, Wichita State and pro teams, Toronto Blue Jays and Tampa Bay Rays.

Illinois, Texas and the Cincinnati Bearcats also play baseball games on artificial turf.

So, Ohio State will be joining in that group in the fall.

AstroTurf GameDay Grass will be installed in time for the beginning of fall practice. The turf will cover every part of the field except the pitcher’s mound, warning track, batter’s box and the base areas.

Former Ohio State baseball star Nick Swisher, a two-time all-Big Ten performer and current New York Yankees outfielder, donated a genorous amount of money to get the project started.


Info compiled from Radio, TV, internet reports

Ohio State rallies to upend 19th rated Oklahoma State, 3-2


Ryan Cypret (courtesy of OSU athletics)

The Ohio State baseball team pulled an upset over a top-ranked team on Wednesday night.

Joe Ciamacco scored the go-ahead run on Ryan Cypret’s sacrifice fly in the eighth inning and the Buckeyes beat #19 Oklahoma State 3-2 at Bill Davis Stadium.

Andrew Armstrong, 2-0 on the season, pitched 2/3 of an inning to get the victory and Josh Dezse pitched the ninth for his third save.

The Buckeyes evened their season record at 22-22.

Oklahoma State, which drops to 32-16 for the season, led 2-0 before Dezse and Matt Streng produced RBI grounders to tie the game in the seventh for Ohio State.


Info courtesy of Ohio State athletics

Oklahoma State blasts baseball Buckeyes, 16-3


(courtesy of Oklahoma State athletics via wikipedia commons)

The Oklahoma State Cowboys showed why they are one of college baseball’s top teams.

The Cowboys produced 20 hits and blasted Ohio State 16-3 in the opener of a two-game series Tuesday night in Bill Davis Stadium.

The win was the first for the Cowboys over the Buckeyes.

Buckeyes starter Dean Wolosiansky (2-7) allowed 11 hits and walked three before leaving in the fifth.

The Cowboys led 12-0 in the fifth inning.

Oklahoma State starter Andrew Heck (3-1) pitched six shutout innings before giving up three runs in the seventh.

Cowboys catcher Jared Womack had a big night going 2-for-4, with six RBI’s and a three-run homer.

The Cowboys improve to 32-15 and Ohio State drops to 21-22.


Info courtesy of Ohio State athletics


Ohio State splits doubleheader with North Florida

(courtesy of Ohio State athletics)

The Ohio State baseball Buckeyes split a Wednesday doubleheader against North Florida at Bill Davis Stadium.

North Florida, now 24-19 on the season, won the first game, 7-2.

Brian DeLucia produced a two-out single to right field to score David Corna in the seventh inning to give the Buckeyes a 3-2 win.

Jared Strayer (3-2) pitched an inning of relief to get credit for the win for Ohio State who’s record improves above the .500 mark at 20-19.


Info courtesy of Ohio State athletics

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