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Terry Pluto likes Kent State's odds in Oregon
Pluto says the Oregon Ducks are not considered a baseball powerhouse foe in the Super Regionals this weekend
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Kent State University's baseball team celebrates after its first ever Regional title
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The Kent State University baseball team is one step away from the College World Series for the first time in history. The Golden Flashes outlasted Kentucky twice – once in 21 innings -- and then beat top-seeded Purdue last weekend to win their Regional. WKSU commentator Terry Pluto talks about Kent State's 'Cinderella' story...and takes a look at why few people care about this week's Major League Baseball draft.
Terry Pluto on Kent State's chances this weekend, and the MLB draft

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Terry Pluto talks about a 2009 Indians draft pick making a big impact

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Terry Pluto talks about what happens if LeBron misses out on NBA title...again

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