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  • Angels need only one hit to shut out Oakland, 2-0

    Angels need only one hit to shut out Oakland, 2-0
    The Angels' offense exploded in the third inning on Thursday. Their lineup, which includes four MVP awards and which scored 14 runs on the Athletics two games ago, went off for the biggest inning of the game. They recorded one hit. Normally, that is...
  • Mets Win 11th Straight To Tie Team Record, 6-3 Over Braves

    Mets Win 11th Straight To Tie Team Record, 6-3 Over Braves
    NEW YORK (AP) — Daniel Murphy drove in four runs and the New York Mets matched a franchise record with their 11th straight victory Thursday, walking their way to a 6-3 win over the Atlanta Braves behind Bartolo Colon. The streaking Mets, with...
  • Thursday's recap: Royals 3, White Sox 2

    Thursday's recap: Royals 3, White Sox 2
    The summary Five players were ejected Thursday night at U.S. Cellular Field in the White Sox's 3-2, 13-inning loss to the Royals that was marred by a bench-clearing brawl. Sox pitchers Chris Sale and Jeff Samardzija and the Royals' Yordano Ventura,...
  • Community College Baseball: Vidrio comes through

    Orange Coast College pitcher Art Vidrio said he only had two pitches working Thursday. But he also had the motivation of his two favorite words: postseason atmosphere. The sophomore left-hander, who was 4-0 in the playoffs last season to earn state...
  • Glendale softball works extra to get past Hoover

    Glendale softball works extra to get past Hoover
    GLENDALE — There was more surrounding Thursday’s Pacific League softball game between Glendale High and rival Hoover than cross-town bragging rights. The game held special meaning for both teams, as the Nitros and Tornadoes took part in a...
  • Moravian College coach John Byrne is set to join the 700 club

    With his next victory, John Byrne will have 700 wins as Moravian College's softball coach. Not bad for a baseball guy. Byrne was a standout baseball player at North Penn High School and then a four-year starter for the Greyhounds from 1979-82. He...
  • Thursday's multi-sport high school roundup: Crabbers edge Wilson in 12th inning

    Baseball: Xavier Gunn reached on an infield error and scored on Patrick Morris’ single to left field in the bottom of the 12th inning, giving Hampton (5-5) a 7-6 win against Wilson. The Crabbers answered with a run in the eighth and 10th innings...
  • Watch the Royals-White Sox game erupt into a bench-clearing brawl

    Watch the Royals-White Sox game erupt into a bench-clearing brawl
    The Kansas City Royals and Chicago White Sox had a testy, 13-inning game that included a bench-clearing brawl in the seventh inning and led to five ejections of players. After batters from both teams had been hit by pitches, and both benches warned that...
  • Patriot League's most decorated baseball player getting his shot with Lehigh Valley IronPigs

    Patriot League's most decorated baseball player getting his shot with Lehigh Valley IronPigs
    Nick Hill had a memorable career at the U.S. Military Academy. In four seasons for the Black Knights, the left-hander was the first Patriot Leaguer to win pitcher of the year honors three times. He also set or tied 46 team or league records. Hill...
  • Crescenta Valley turns it on to turn down rival Arcadia

    LA CRESCENTA — It was a bit of a shaky start for Hailey Cookson and the Crescenta Valley High softball team. But the Falcons’ resounding reply to rival Arcadia’s opening salvo saw Crescenta Valley run away with a 12-4 Pacific League...
  • Record-low attendance at Citizens Bank Park for Phillies' 9-1 loss

    Record-low attendance at Citizens Bank Park for Phillies' 9-1 loss
    PHILADELPHIA — After Wednesday night's sloppy loss to the Miami Marlins, in which the Phillies committed three errors and allowed five unearned runs, Cole Hamels said he hoped the team got that type of play out of its system. That wasn't the case....