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Tuesday Links O' War: March 31, 2015


Top-10 player spring update: TCU | ESPN

As a reminder, these lists won’t include junior college or freshman signees who have yet to arrive on campus. We're only looking at the players currently on their teams this spring. These rankings are sure to change after the spring, but here's our best assessment right now.

A look at the TCU Horned Frogs' five biggest rivalries | Dallas Morning News

TCU spent decades playing the same teams year in and year out in the Southwest Conference, but a few rivalries cooled down when the Frogs were left out of the Big 12.

A few conferences and two decades later, the intensity is greater than ever for the Horned Frogs and their rivals.


TCU Starts Road Stretch Tuesday at UT Arlington |

The TCU baseball team begins a busy two weeks that will see them play eight of nine away from home. First up is a Tuesday night affair with crosstown rival, UT Arlington, at 6:30.

Freshman DH sparking TCU baseball's offensive resurgence | Fort Worth Star Telegram

TCU coach Jim Schlossnagle has a project on his hands — how to get freshman Connor Wanhanen more at-bats.

The left-handed hitter from Flower Mound was 19 for 37 in eight games during the Horned Frogs’ 12-game homestand, pushing his team-best average to .419.

Former Frogs

Featherston brings solid bat, versatility to Angels |

When the Los Angeles Angels traded second baseman Howie Kendrick to the Dodgers, it opened up a position that Kendrick had played since he appeared in 86 games in 2007. When I watched the Angels in Spring Training, the infield looked totally different without Kendrick playing second base.

Dalton making a difference for kids at Cook Children's | WFAA

Former TCU quarterback Andy Dalton — now with the Cincinnati Bengals — is scoring big points with young patients at Cook Children's Medical Center in Fort Worth.