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HOT COUGAR ACTION: Baseball's Postseason Hopes Still Alive, Barely

The WSU baseball team's postseason aspirations took a major hit last weekend with the series loss to Cal, but they aren't dead yet. WSU picked up an important win Tuesday, defeating Portland 4-2.

The Cougars have 12 regular season games remaining and may need to win at least nine of them to have a shot at the postseason. It won't be an easy task as WSU begins a stretch of five games in five days starting this Friday at Stanford.

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