- Terre Haute Rex
Rex cool off against Springfield
It was a game Terre Haute probably didn’t deserve to win, and, despite an outstanding bullpen effort and focused hitting in the last few innings, the Rex did lose Monday for the first time since July 4 at Quincy.
Rex roll to lead in division
A constant theme repeated by Terre Haute Rex manager Brian Dorsett is how his summer-league collegians adjust to the everyday schedule, rather than the four or five-game slates they’re used to.
Rex bounce back, dominate Dans
Terre Haute reaped the bounty of three Danville errors in the second inning. The Rex made the Dans pay for each of their errors with eight base hits in the inning and Terre Haute never looked back on its way to an 11-4 victory in front of sweltering crowd of 669.
Rex open second half with victory at Quincy
The Terre Haute Rex opened the second half of the Prospect League season with a 8-7 victory Tuesday night at Quincy Stadium.
Head coach could be next stop for Prettyman
Credited in part to some unforgettable memories at Cal State Fullerton, where Ronnie Prettyman scored the winning run in the 2004 College World Series, the Indiana State and Terre Haute Rex assistant coach wants to pursue a future in college coaching.
Cunningham, McCurdy pace Rex to win over league leader
What was essentially a meaningless baseball game as far as the standings were concerned couldn’t have gone much better for the Terre Haute Rex on Saturday night at Bob Warn Field.
Rex score 4 before getting first hit, then hang on for win
With temperatures over 100 degrees Friday, affairs at Bob Warn Field took a walk on the wild side.
Rex duo working overtime
It’s obviously a bonus to recruit a college baseball player that can pitch once a week and take the field and bat in the middle of the batting order the rest of the time.
Rex fall 7-1 to Hannibal
The Terre Haute Rex lost 7-1 on Thursday, falling behind 4-0 after the first inning at Bob Warn Field.
Rex have winning streak snapped
The season-long five-game winning streak of the Terre Haute Rex came to an end Wednesday night at Dubois County.
Rex move within four games of first-place Dubois County
The Terre Haute Rex moved within four games of the first-place Dubois County Bombers, scoring the first 11 runs in a 12-6 shellacking at Bob Warn Field on Tuesday.
Rex take third straight, move to 12-11 overall
Wildness cost the Terre Haute Rex a precarious lead in the fifth inning, but thankfully for the home team Quincy returned the favor in the bottom of the ninth inning.
Rex top Danville
Nick Johnson continued to spark the red-hot Terre Haute Rex offense Friday night at historic Danville Stadium, going 3 for 5 with an RBI. Johnson is 11 for 21 in his past six starts, raising his team-best batting average to .428.
South grad Josh Dove off to nice start with Rex
A 2010 Terre Haute South graduate, Josh Dove hopes his pitching career is just taking flight.
The 6-foot-1, 235-pound right-hander who spent the last two seasons at Lincoln Trail College was signed to a short-term contract with the Terre Haute Rex earlier this week.
Kempf, Strunc lead Rex to win at rival Danville
Kyle Kempf had three hits and was part of three rallies and Tommy Strunc pitched seven strong innings Thursday as the Terre Haute Rex beat the Danville Dans 6-2 in Prospect League baseball.
The same two teams play again tonight at Danville.
Johnson, Kempf lift Rex over Sliders
Nick Johnson had three hits including a double and Kyle Kempf had a double and a homer Friday night as the Terre Haute Rex defeated the Springfield Sliders 7-3 in Prospect League baseball at Robin Roberts Field.
Bus breakdown can’t slow Bombers vs. Rex
The Dubois County Bombers’ vintage 1940s style bus — an Ebay purchase by the team that was updated with some modern amenities — broke down a mile from Huntingburg Friday, causing the team to get a late start on a trip to Terre Haute.
Summer staycation: Four ISU players looking forward to summer with the Rex
Four Terre Haute Rex players could be crucial parts of the Indiana State baseball team in 2013 as the Sycamores look to maintain the success they had in 2012 with a 41-19 record and NCAA at-large berth.
Rex knock Dubois County from unbeaten ranks
The Terre Haute Rex put together a pair of two-out rallies — one with considerable help — and knocked the host Dubois County Bombers out of the Prospect League unbeaten ranks by a 4-1 score Thursday night at League Field.
Dubois County rallies to top Rex
Losing their third straight game, the Terre Haute Rex let a one-run lead slip away in the seventh inning and dropped an 8-6 decision to the Dubois County Bombers in Prospect League baseball late Saturday night at Bob Warn Field.
Inconsistent play hurts Rex
The Terre Haute Rex fell to 2-2 for the Prospect League baseball season Friday night, getting swept by the Quincy Gems in a two-game set at Bob Warn Field.
Rex off to solid start despite loss in home opener
The unbeaten Prospect League baseball start by the Terre Haute Rex ended Thursday night, but manager Brian Dorsett had already learned enough not to be discouraged.
Although the visiting Quincy Gems won 6-4 in a rain-delayed home opener, Dorsett had seen plenty of good things in a road sweep at Danville by scores of 17-2 and 5-4.
Rex summer league team will have almost entire new pitching staff
Perseverance was one of the stories for the Terre Haute Rex during the 2011 season as manager Brian Dorsett took the team to its first playoff berth in its second year of existence.
Heftier home schedule awaits Rex fans
Terre Haute Rex fans will get to see their favorite baseball team play two additional home games this year — and it will be a championship team they’re watching.
America’s (Class) Time: ISU students analyze Rex attendance data for class project
Though a group of Indiana State University students learned about statistics in class, they discovered even more at a baseball stadium.
No comeback this time for Rex
Perhaps the most endearing trait of the 2011 Terre Haute Rex was their ability to repeatedly forge thrilling come-from-behind victories.
Rex's pitching staff has big postseason potential
Manager Brian Dorsett has his Terre Haute Rex pitching rotation set up just as he would like, with Prospect League all-star right-hander Daniel Heefner set to take the mound tonight at Quincy.
Rex earn playoff spot with 8-3 win against Danville
Going into Saturday’s regular-season finale against the Danville Dans at Bob Warn Field, the Terre Haute Rex faced a potential woulda, coulda, shoulda scenario when it came to qualifying for the Prospect League baseball playoffs.
The Rex had to defeat Danville or Springfield would need to lose to Hannibal for Terre Haute to qualify for its first-ever playoff bid.
Win today puts Rex in Prospect playoffs
Another day, another comeback in the Prospect League for the Terre Haute Rex.
Conor Fisk got drilled for six hits and four runs in the third inning but the Rex climbed back in the game, eventually tying it at 4-4 in the seventh when Ronnie Mitchell doubled and scored on a single by Jacob Hayes.
Rex pick up crucial victory, setting up matchup with Springfield
This evening’s 7:05 p.m. home baseball game at Bob Warn Field against the Springfield Sliders is arguably the most important one in the two-year history of the Terre Haute Rex.
So it’s nice that the home team will go into it with guns blazing.
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