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Arizona Diamondbacks first baseman Paul Goldschmidt watches the ball head toward the wall for a home run.

MLB: A lack of recognition? Goldschmidt says he ‘couldn’t care less’

Associated Press

PHOENIX (AP) — No one in the majors, no position player anyway, is having a better season than Paul Goldschmidt.

He leads both leagues in hitting (.356) and on-base percentage (.474). He is at or near the top in virtually every other offensive category. And he might be the best defensive first baseman in the game, too.

Yet national attention, such as that showered on Washington Nationals slugger Bryce Harper, eludes the man his Arizona teammates call “America’s First Baseman.”

Paddling: Texas Water Safari postpones race for second time

Sports Editor

If everything went according to plan, the latest installment of the Texas Water Safari would already be in the books.

Instead, this year’s race, which was originally slated to begin on June 14, has been postponed for a second time. The TWS board cited “flooding conditions on the lower Guadalupe River” as the reason for the second delay. The board announced that the new race date will be on July 11.

High School Football: Rattlers participate in University of Houston football camp

Daily Record Sports

Saturday morning wasn’t about impressing a few college coaches.

The University of Houston hosted a high school football camp at San Marcos High School early Saturday morning. The camp — originally planned to be held at New Braunfels — was instead relocated to the Rattlers’ new athletic facility due to weather concerns.

The feeling after the conclusion of the camp was the same amongst the players. This wasn’t seen as an opportunity to impress a Division I coaching staff.

Prairie View A&M senior tailback Johntá Hebert attempts to break out of a tackle during last season's game against Stephen F. Austin.

Countdown to Kickoff: Home cooking for Prairie View A&M in 2015

Sports Editor

Prairie View A&M won’t venture outside of the Lone Star State for most of the season.

After all, the Panthers stay within the confines of Texas for eight of their eleven games in 2015. PVAMU actually won’t go cross the Texas border until its seventh game of the season when the Panthers head to Baton Rouge, Louisiana, for a Oct. 17 contest against Southern.


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