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  • South Windsor Challenger Day at Fenway

    For some, just attending a Red Sox game alone would be unforgettable, but for one South Windsor Little League team a whole entire day spent at Fenway Park became a remarkable dream come true.  CVS Caremark put together the All Kids Can Baseball Camp at...
  • Tommy Ramone, last surviving Ramones cofounder, dead at 65

    Tommy Ramone, last surviving Ramones cofounder, dead at 65
    Tommy Ramone, who died Friday of cancer at 65, was the last surviving original member of the Ramones, and also perhaps the most low key and least-known. But he was essential to shaping the pioneering punk quartet’s sound and image. As early as...
  • Lehigh will be represented by a record six players in Thursday's ACBL All-Star Game at Quakertown

    Lehigh University baseball coach Sean Leary said his job is not only to find the right fit for his players during the season, but also to find it when they're wearing different uniforms in the summertime. Lehigh and the Atlantic Collegiate Baseball...
  • IronPigs All-Star break report one of several records

    Tyler Henson hit two home runs, including a grand slam, and drove in a career-high seven runs during a May 4 win at Gwinnett, which was part of Lehigh Valley's stretch of 11 victories in 15 games — the IronPigs' best run so far in 2014. There have...
  • Ruth bat, contract sold at auction, but ball withdrawn

    Ruth bat, contract sold at auction, but ball withdrawn
    Memorabilia Ruth bat, contract sold at auction, but ball withdrawn A nearly century-old Babe Ruth bat sold for $214,000 at a memorabilia auction Saturday night, but the first baseball whacked over the Yankee Stadium fence by the legendary slugger...
  • In ailing AL East, Orioles need to get wins while the getting is good

    It has become fairly obvious that the team that makes the playoffs out of the American League East — and there probably will be only one — will be the team that best weathers what has been a division race influenced by an unusual amount of...
  • 100 years after big league debut, Babe Ruth is still larger than life

    100 years after big league debut, Babe Ruth is still larger than life
    It is easy now to identify the most famous name from the baseball box score dated July 11, 1914. However, one hundred summers ago at Boston's Fenway Park, the annotation "Ruth" was not historically significant. The baby-faced pitcher, only months...
  • M's edge A's, 3-2

    SEATTLE Almost the moment Seattle Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon made the announcement last week, there was plenty of debate about the decision to move Felix Hernandez's scheduled start back a day to Friday to face the Oakland A's. Some liked it,...
  • Dodgers lose, and they could use a shot in arm

    Dodgers lose, and they could use a shot in arm
    Hanley Ramirez wasn't in the Dodgers' lineup again Friday, this time because he was only a day removed from receiving a cortisone injection on his troublesome right shoulder. Ramirez's absence is expected to be a short-term problem. When he feels...
  • Washington Nationals All-Star pitcher Jordan Zimmermann leaves game early

    Washington Nationals right-hander Jordan Zimmerman abruptly left his start against the Philadelphia Phillies in the fourth inning Friday night because of a right biceps injury. Zimmerman (6-5), scheduled to participate in his second straight All-Star...
  • Giants, Lincecum down Dbacks, 5-0

    SAN FRANCISCO The San Francisco Giants welcomed back a familiar face Friday with Marco Scutaro's activation from the disabled list. Meanwhile, Tim Lincecum continued to deliver the results that were once so familiar during his dominant years. Lincecum...