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Jake Arrieta wishes he would've held onto the ball a bit longer.
Billy Hamilton stole his 51st base and the Cincinnati Reds swiped six in all, beating the Chicago Cubs 7-2 Thursday.
The Reds stole six times in the first four innings, using six hits and four walks to build a 6-0 lead against Arrieta (7-5).
All six steals came at second base.
The Arizona Diamondbacks have claimed outfielder Nolan Reimold off waivers from the Toronto Blue Jays.
The 30-year-old appeared in 22 games with the Blue Jays this season, hitting .212 with two home runs and nine RBIs.
Jason KerseyNORMAN — University of Oklahoma athletic band director Justin Stolarik is bringing back an old tradition this season by producing a weekly program book for home football games.
The press books will contain information about the band and its formations for that week’s specific in-game performances.
These books aren’t going to be available for the general public at games, but are for media outlets to have information about the Pride of Oklahoma.
Press packets such as these were used by several previous band directors, especially in the days when halftime and pre-game shows were more likely to be aired during television broadcasts.
Stolarik’s packets are similar to those used by Leonard Haug in the 1950s, said director of university bands William Wakefield.
You can take a look at this week’s press book by clicking the link below.
Pride of Oklahoma program book: Louisiana Tech week