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Quack Fix: Healy made his MLB debut over the weekend

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Toronto Blue Jays v Oakland Athletics Photo by Lachlan Cunningham/Getty Images
  • Ryon Healy made his MLB debut on Friday with the Oakland Athletics. Healy is the first position player from the University of Oregon to play in the MLB in over 30 years. His first hit was a homerun to give the A’s the lead over the Blue Jays.
  • A three-star cornerback from Jesuit High School committed to the University of Oregon on Sunday. Demetrius Douglas is a member of the 2017 recruiting class and chose Oregon over Oregon State, Nevada, San Diego State, and a few other schools.
  • Jeff Tedford will join the Washington staff as a consultant this season. Chris Petersen, the head coach at Washington, and Tedord coached together at the University of Oregon during the Mike Bellotti era. Tedford is the all-time winningest coach at Cal, but was fired after going 3-9 in 2012. The former Cal coach is successful at developing quarterbacks. Some of his successful projects are Joey Harrington, Akili Smith and Aaron Rodgers.