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  • Bill Stoneman is in it for short haul with Angels

    Bill Stoneman is in it for short haul with Angels
    It was a logical first question to a 71-year-old who is eight years removed from his stint as the Angels general manager and was enjoying a comfortable semi-retirement as a senior advisor before being pulled back into the 24-hour-a-day, seven-day-a-week...
  • Productive month for Warren Blue Devils and new coach Jon Jasnoch

    Productive month for Warren Blue Devils and new coach Jon Jasnoch
    The players look young, but play like varsity veterans. The new head coach looks like he's been around the program forever and, in fact, he has been around for 18 years. And to the players he's coaching, 18 years literally is forever. In short, Warren...
  • Wilmot Raceway goes dark for Independence Day

    Wilmot Raceway goes dark for Independence Day
    Though fireworks will light up area skies to celebrate Independence Day, the track lights will remain off and Wilmot Raceway will be dark on Saturday night, with no racing scheduled for this week at the track located on the Kenosha County Fairgrounds....
  • Angels fall to the Yankees, 3-1

    Angels fall to the Yankees, 3-1
    KEY MOMENT: With the Angels trailing, 1-0, David Freese and Matt Joyce singled to open the fifth. Instead of asking .184-hitting Chris Iannetta to bunt, Manager Mike Scioscia had him swing away. Iannetta grounded into a double play, and Efren Navarro...
  • Angels' Arte Moreno took Mike Scioscia's side, let Jerry Dipoto walk

    Angels' Arte Moreno took Mike Scioscia's side, let Jerry Dipoto walk
    Call it the most expensive beer discount in baseball history. On that fateful May afternoon in 2003 when Arte Moreno was introduced as the third owner in Angels history, he immediately won friends by reducing the price of his stadium's $8.50 bleacher...
  • Angels beat New York Yankees, 2-1

    Angels beat New York Yankees, 2-1
    KEY MOMENT: Albert Pujols slammed Ivan Nova's first pitch of the sixth inning over the center-field wall for his American League-leading 24th homer of the season and a 1-1 tie. Two pitches later, Erick Aybar drove his second homer of the season over the...
  • Cross country 5K in Zion on July 11 will benefit Zee-Bee runners

    Cross country 5K in Zion on July 11 will benefit Zee-Bee runners
    Weekend 5K races are plentiful in July, so events looking to stand out in a crowd need some distinctive twist. Zion-Benton's cross country team thinks it has one for the seventh annual Bee Linked 5K run/walk on Saturday, July 11. What makes the Bee...
  • Running notes: Boyer siblings highlight Public Enemy 5K

    Running notes: Boyer siblings highlight Public Enemy 5K
    It was just another weekend jaunt for Jordyn Boyer and most of the rest of her family. Her mom Beth, who is the youth program chairperson for the Calumet Region Striders, was out of the country this past weekend. But the rest of the family from Lowell...
  • Angels and Josh Hamilton to meet again as Texas Rangers series arrives

    Angels and Josh Hamilton to meet again as Texas Rangers series arrives
    Presented with an inquiry that was not about Jerry Dipoto, Angels Manager Mike Scioscia couldn't help but express his relief Wednesday before a series finale between his team and the New York Yankees. “God bless you for that baseball question,&...
  • Not made in heaven: Jerry Dipoto steps down as Angels GM

    Not made in heaven: Jerry Dipoto steps down as Angels GM
    Out with the new, in with the old. That was the theme of the day Wednesday for the Angels, with General Manager Jerry Dipoto resigning in the wake of renewed friction with Manager Mike Scioscia, and former general manager Bill Stoneman, 71, being named...
  • The mystery of Dodgers' offense? He's on the case

    The mystery of Dodgers' offense? He's on the case
    I cover sports the way Philip Marlowe once handled murders, a snide disinterest masking a brittle heart. Like him, I wake up each day hoping to see justice prevail in a cold, corrupt world. Which makes you wonder: What if author Raymond Chandler had...