Louisville Baseball

Last Week NOW: Andy, Humana, Ford and Tying One On

With apologies to John Oliver, LouisvilleKY.com presents all the news from LAST week, here and now, good and bad, official and suspect. Moving On with Andy Treinen: Tough business, TV news. So WHAS-TV’s Andy Treinen is getting out at 46. In a Facebook farewell after nine years doing the morning show, Treinen said he has no immediate plans except to spend weekday mornings and evenings with his wife Wendy. Treinen said WHAS offered to have him stay, but that 25 years of TV news is enough. Rare for TV departures, the station gave Treinen’s leaving a lot of coverage.WHAS-TV Nervous? Yes….


Baseball Cards Get Home Field for NCAA Tourney

LOUISVILLE, Ky. – The Louisville baseball team was chosen as the No. 3 national seed for the 2015 NCAA Championship and will serve as the top seed for the Louisville Regional. The Cardinals will be joined on May 29-June 1 at Jim Patterson Stadium by No. 2 regional seed Bradley (35-19), No. 3 Michigan (37-23) and No. 4 Morehead State (38-20). Selected as a national seed for the second time in school history (No. 7 national seed in 2010), Louisville (43-16) will host No. 4 Morehead State on Friday at 6 p.m., ET, while the Louisville Regional will open with No….


ACC Champ Baseball Cards Enter Postseason Play at Durham

LOUISVILLE, Ky. – The pairings and game times have been set for the 2015 Atlantic Coast Conference Baseball Championship with top-seeded Louisville opening pool play on Wednesday night at Durham Bulls Athletic Park in Durham, North Carolina. Listen to the Rusty Satellite Interview with Coach Dan McDonnell here.  The Cardinals (42-14, 25-5 ACC), who set an ACC record for conference wins in a single season while winning all 10 series this season, earned the No. 1 overall seed and will head up Pool A. Louisville will be joined by fourth-seeded Florida State (37-19, 17-13) and fifth-seeded Clemson (31-25, 16-13), while No. 8…