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CWS seats worth years of waiting

He's only 37, so Mark Fahleson can joke about it. The Lincoln attorney is lodged on the waiting list for College World Series season tickets. It's a line that can move as slowly as 13th Street traffic an hour before a CWS championship game. Fahleson applied for CWS season tickets in 1998. When he checked last week, he was still No. 530 on a list of 1,510. The wait is long, but worth it.

  • Coming Friday: The W-H CWS pullout preview features the best pitching staff to ever take the mound at Rosenblatt.

    Suzuki hurts opposing hurlers
    Wildcats' Ryan proud of his CWS players
    LSU pitcher regains his all-SEC success
    Fans pine for player's ink for many reasons

    Old-timers' day at Shinnecock

    Jay Haas refuses to act his age. At a time when most players are heading off to join the seniors tour, the 50-year-old Haas is still holding his own with the youngsters. He was at it again Thursday, opening the U.S. Open with a 4-under-par 66. Shigeki Maruyama also shot a 66.

    Warrior battlefield gets upgraded

    The team tackling renovations of Westside's athletic complex has come out strong in the fourth quarter. Victory, also known as completion, is expected July 15. The field's artificial turf has been laid - but finishing touches, such as the "W" on the 50-yard line, still are being made. But the project's price tag may be even prettier to District 66 taxpayers. According to the district, more than $3 of every $4 needed for the $1.9 million project has come from private sources.

    Timing perfect for Royals' Seanez

    The Omaha Royals suffered their first loss on their College World Series road trip before even playing a game. Veteran relief pitcher Rudy Seanez didn't make the trip to Nashville, staying behind to assess his options. Seanez said over the weekend that an out clause in his contract had long since passed. And, surprise, Kansas City called him up to the big leagues.

    Voice From the Grandstand: Fans wish best for Van Horn

    WI Prep Baseball Ratings: Kuemper, Bedford are No. 1

    Duval crashes with 83 in return to golf

    Buffaloes lose another football starter

    Buckeye fans back Knight for position

    Friday's TV/Radio schedules

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