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The seed was planted toward Muren trying to pitch for the first time since his days at Cal State Northridge when he attended a Tampa Bay tryout as an outfielder after the '14 season in Gary and Sioux Falls. 'They asked me to get on the mound, and the next thing I know, (the scout) told me I hit 91, 92, 93 and 94 on consecutive pitches,' Muren told Fanrag Sports Network. It has not been unusual for him to even hit 100 miles per hour on the radar gun since. -- Public Now

Corvallis native wraps up work on NASA’s Cassini mission to Saturn

Ray received a bachelor’s degree in physics from California State University Northridge and a master’s degree in astronomy from San Diego State University. She joined the Cassini mission in 1996, about a year before the spacecraft launched. She has worked primarily on the Titan Orbiter Science Team, making her way up to co-chair of the team, which studied Saturn’s largest moon. -- Gazette Times