8:30 AM Jul 19, 2014
Aaron Wilkerson
and assigned him to the Short Season Class A Lowell [MA] Spinners of the New York-Penn League.
9:30 AM Jul 18, 2014
Former Cumberland pitcher Anthony Gomez holds the Community Spotlight Award presented by his hometown, Norwalk, Calif., honoring him for his achievements in helping the Bulldogs win the NAIA national championship.
Norwalk, Calif., honors Cumberland lefty
9:30 AM Jun 18, 2014
Antonio Manuel Marcelo
Marcelo ended the year ranked sixth nationally in singles
11:00 PM Jun 17, 2014
Gomez sets more history, Lind begins pro career
8:30 AM Jun 11, 2014
Jared Felkins • Lebanon Democrat The voice of the Cumberland Bulldogs, Mitch Walters, speaks to the Lebanon Kiwanis Club on Monday.
“I’m a little dysfunctional at times with a microphone,” Walters told a crowd gathered Monday at the Lebanon Kiwanis Club’s meeting.
9:30 AM Jun 10, 2014
Tyler Anderson turns double play at NAIA World Series.   Kyle Mills • Lewiston Tribune
He made just two errors in 194 chances during the regular season, which included the first 27 games of the year at third base before moving to shortstop because of an injury.
8:30 AM Jun 7, 2014
Bulldogs embraced by Lebanon
9:30 AM Jun 6, 2014
The Bulldogs were the unanimous selection, collecting all 20 first-place votes and 560 total points.
8:30 AM Jun 6, 2014
No Bulldog picked on first day of MLB draft
3:47 PM Jun 2, 2014
Steve Green, catcher of '95 runners up, escorts 2014 champs through streets of Lebanon
9:30 AM May 31, 2014
Student-athletes must be a junior or senior academically and maintain a 3.50 grade-point-average or above to be eligible for the award
12:10 AM May 31, 2014
Cumberland captures nat’l crown Gomez goes distance, blanks Lewis-Clark 3-0
9:30 AM May 30, 2014
Former FCS star Hall to pursue MBA, play at Lipscomb next year
8:30 AM May 30, 2014
Cumberland will play at 6:30 for third NAIA title
12:23 AM May 29, 2014
Kyle Mills • Lewiston Tribune Cumberland shortstop Tyler Anderson returns the throw to first base after forcing out Lewis-Clark State’s Ty Jackson on a 3-6-3 double play  to end the second inning.
Despite 6-5 loss, Cumberland will play for NAIA title Friday night