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  • Orioles not playing fundamentally sound, Buck Showalter baseball

    Orioles not playing fundamentally sound, Buck Showalter baseball
    The view from the bottom of the standings is never good, even if there's 89 percent of the season left. The Orioles have spent the past week trying to get out of their own way, losing in ways that have to be galling to a coaching staff that has spent...
  • Mets Ace Matt Harvey Slows Yankees In 8-2 Win

    Mets Ace Matt Harvey Slows Yankees In 8-2 Win
    NEW YORK (AP) — Matt Harvey finished one out shy of a complete game, earning his first win against the team he rooted for growing up and leading the New York Mets to an 8-2 victory Saturday over the crosstown rival Yankees. Kevin Plawecki hit...
  • Should managers be held accountable for White Sox-Royals brawl?

    Should managers be held accountable for White Sox-Royals brawl?
    Managers Robin Ventura and Ned Yost got off the hook Saturday when Major League Baseball announced six player suspensions stemming from Thursday's brawl between the White Sox and Royals. Jerry Manuel and Phil Garner weren't so fortunate in 2000 when the...
  • Teixeira, Pineda help Yanks end Mets' 11-game win streak

    On a night that felt more like October than late April, Michael Pineda gave the Yankees an impressive performance in a matchup all of New York could get behind in the World Series. Pineda consistently threw deceptive strikes into the eighth inning,...
  • South Elgin's start looks like last year's finish

    South Elgin's start looks like last year's finish
    South Elgin's Kyle Hays and Nick Menken are not going to complain, and neither is coach Jim Kating. The 10-2 start South Elgin has gotten off to this season looks nothing like last year's early struggles to a 6-6 mark, but the Storm can only hope the...
  • Jack Green, son of Waukegan coach, is winning battle with cancer

    Jack Green, son of Waukegan coach, is winning battle with cancer
    Though the rain caused the baseball game to be postponed, it didn't dampen the spirits of all who participated in Friday night's Battle at Bowen fundraiser in Waukegan. That's because seeing 9-year-old cancer survivor Jack Green on the field...
  • Augustana athletic programs boosted by Lake County grads

    Augustana athletic programs boosted by Lake County grads
    Counting all the tiny, private schools — Westlake Christian, Chicagoland Jewish, Woodlands Academy, Lake Forest Academy, Cristo Rey St. Martin, etc. — there are more than two dozen high schools in Lake County. Each of those schools has a...
  • Chris Sale, Jeff Samardzija suspended 5 games

    Chris Sale, Jeff Samardzija suspended 5 games
    The White Sox plan to appeal the 5-game suspensions levied on Saturday to starting pitchers Chris Sale and Jeff Samardzija for their part in Thursday night's ugly brawl with the Royals. "We will work with them and their representatives and the players...
  • A's Zobrist placed on DL with meniscus tear, headed for surgery

    OAKLAND, Calif. A's second baseman Ben Zobrist said he needed to get into a game Friday night to test whether he could continue to play on an injured left knee. The discomfort, he said, was enough to convince him he could not. The A's placed Zobrist on...
  • Sports Comment: Rebranding isn't a winning approach

    A little of this and a little of that: The "Army West Point-Navy" game just doesn't have that same ring. In case you missed it, last week the United States Military Academy announced that it was rebranding its athletic teams. The academy announced...
  • Schmuck observations: The danger of Rogers Centre and the bad attitudes in Kansas City

    Schmuck observations: The danger of Rogers Centre and the bad attitudes in Kansas City
    No splendor in phony grass: It's hard to believe that in a sport with $200 million athletes, a stadium could get something so wrong. The brand-new turf at Toronto's Rogers Centre is so soft and uneven that the Orioles were hesitant to play on it, and...