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Toros Francisco Plasencia attempts to break up a double play in the Toros' 6-5 series finale loss to Maui on Sunday at Hi Corbett. All six runs came on errors.

In their 6-5 loss to Maui Ikaika, the Toros committed six errors in total – including five in the first, a call was changed for a home run, and a manager was ejected. Read more»

Eri Yoshida started developing her knuckleball at the age of 12 after watching Tim Wakefield of the Red Sox. In March, she was able to meet her idol and gain instruction on how to throw the wobbling pitch.

The Tucson Toros still have not faced Eri Yoshida - the "Knuckle Princess" - but they evened their three-game series with a 13-6 win over the first-place Chico Outlaws on Saturday night. Read more»

Cody Walden throws a pitch during the Tucson Toros' home finale against St. George Roadrunners. Walden finished with five innings of work, giving up three runs on seven hits. He struck out one.

Catcher Luis Apodaca had just one hit at the plate in the Toros’ 4-3 loss against the St. George RoadRunners on Sunday night, but his unusual double play will be remembered. Read more»

Luis Apodaco hits during the Toros 5-4 loss to Calgary Tuesday at Hi Corbett Field.

The Tucson Toros dropped their fourth straight game against the 2009 Golden Baseball League Champions, the Calgary Vipers, 6-5. Read more»