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  • Gyorko's two big hits push Padres past Cardinals, 2-1

    ST. LOUIS San Diego second baseman Jedd Gyorko notched two RBIs Friday, giving the Padres a 2-1 win over the Cardinals at Busch Stadium. Facing Cardinals starter Michael Wacha in the seventh inning, Gyorko homered on a 2-0 pitch to allow the Padres to...
  • Pedro Martinez rooting for Chris Sale to break strikeout record

    Pedro Martinez rooting for Chris Sale to break strikeout record
    Pedro Martinez will be watching and rooting for Chris Sale on Monday as the White Sox left-hander attempts to break the record he shares with Martinez of eight consecutive games with 10 or more strikeouts. As he prepares to enter the Baseball Hall of...
  • Local Roundup: Lake Erie walks off with win over ThunderBolts

    Jacob Tanis' throwing error with two out in the bottom of the ninth inning allowed two runs to score, giving the Lake Erie Crushers a 2-1 walk-off win over the ThunderBolts in Frontier League play Friday night in Avon, Ohio. Travis Tingle (2-5) went...
  • Peavy's return spoiled by one pitch as Giants fall to Nationals, 2-1

    WASHINGTON Jake Peavy hadn't pitched on a major league mound since mid-April. His back and hip injuries are chronic by nature. His minor league rehab starts were a mixed bag. You could say expectations were tempered when he returned Friday night. But...
  • Former Husky Springer Leading Astros' Resurgence

    Former Husky Springer Leading Astros' Resurgence
    BOSTON – George Springer took the field with the rest of his teammates. "I'm going to stretch, just to stretch," he told them. Then he wandered over behind the batting cage and picked up a bat, swinging it with his left hand, the one not in the...
  • Bour powers Marlins to 2-1 victory

    Bour powers Marlins to 2-1 victory
    — Justin Bour just might be the best bargain in sports. Drafted by the Cubs in the 25th round of the 2009 Major League Baseball Draft, Bour languished in Chicago's organization for five years before the Marlins pilfered him in the Triple-A phase of...
  • Friday's recap: Marlins 2, Cubs 1

    Friday's recap: Marlins 2, Cubs 1
    The summary The Cubs dropped the opening game of a 10-game homestand 2-1 to the Marlins on Friday before a crowd of 41,212 at Wrigley Field. Cubs starter Jason Hammel gave up home runs to Christian Yelich in the first inning and Justin Bour in the...
  • Clayton Richard will make Cubs debut quickly, starting Saturday night

     Clayton Richard will make Cubs debut quickly, starting Saturday night
    The Cubs acquired left-hander Clayton Richard from the Pirates on Friday and plan to start him Saturday night against the Marlins. Richard, who began his career with the White Sox, was obtained from the Pirates for cash considerations. The Cubs sent...
  • What to expect when Cubs, Sox and Grateful Dead all hit town

     What to expect when Cubs, Sox and Grateful Dead all hit town
    This easily could turn into one of those unforgettable Chicago weekends you can't remember on Monday. Three distinct tribes converge in town Friday as the White Sox and Cubs return home from road trips and the Grateful Dead's "Fare Thee Well" concerts...
  • Friday's multi-sport college and local roundup: Baseball America honors U.Va.'s O'Connor; JMU gains basketball transferfrom Virginia Beach

    COLLEGES: Baseball: After leading Virginia to its first College World Series championship, Brian O'Connor was named the national Coach of the Year by Baseball America. Men’s basketball: Ramone Snowden, a former Kellam High low-post standout,...
  • Buck Weaver's family pushes to get 'Black Sox' player reinstated

    Buck Weaver's family pushes to get 'Black Sox' player reinstated
    For almost 30 years, Patricia Anderson has lived in this scenic, rural Missouri town about 100 miles southwest of St. Louis. But in her living room, she is surrounded by images of her youth on the South Side of Chicago, where she was raised by her uncle...