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  • Charlotte pitcher Erik Johnson finding his way in Triple A

     Charlotte pitcher Erik Johnson finding his way in Triple A
    A year after the White Sox sent Erik Johnson back to the minor leagues, the 25-year-old right-hander still is working to regain the swagger he lost. Sox director of player development Nick Capra thinks the potential is there for Johnson to be the...
  • Baseball: OCC pitcher all about bottom line

    Baseball: OCC pitcher all about bottom line
    Dominic Purpura has become what he always wants to be: King of the hill. But the Orange Coast College pitcher wants the label to apply beyond the baseball diamond, where his heroics on the mound have helped lead the Pirates back to the four-team state...
  • Oak Forest clinches undefeated conference title with rout of Bremen

    Oak Forest clinches undefeated conference title with rout of Bremen
    As exclamation points go, the 14-0 five-inning victory over Bremen that Oak Forest used Thursday to complete a perfect run in the South Suburban Conference was a pretty indelible one. But that has been the Bengal way on most days, from power-hitting, to...
  • Western Michigan recruit Jordan Kuth pitches Waubonsie past West Aurora

    Western Michigan recruit Jordan Kuth pitches Waubonsie past West Aurora
    The Upstate Eight Valley softball title chase is a dead heat. Waubonsie Valley finally solved West Aurora pitcher Hannah Beatus in the ninth inning Thursday, scoring three runs to claim a 4-1 victory and pull even in the league standings. Both teams...
  • Up next: Twins at White Sox

     Up next: Twins at White Sox
    All games on WSCR-AM 670. Season series: Twins 5-2. Friday: 7:10 p.m., CSN. RH Phil Hughes (3-4, 4.76) vs. RH Jeff Samardzija (3-2, 4.58). Saturday: 3:10 p.m., WGN-9. RH Trevor May (2-3, 5.15) vs. LH Chris Sale (3-1, 4.36). Sunday: 1:10 p.m., CSN....
  • Crescenta Valley softball done in by Redondo Union

    REDONDO BEACH — It was two spectacular efforts that helped eliminate the Crescenta Valley High softball team from the postseason Thursday afternoon. Redondo Union pitcher Kathryn Ung fanned 12 batters and No. 3 hitter KP Fraser finished three for...
  • Agent gives Cubs kudos for development of Kris Bryant and Addison Russell

    Agent gives Cubs kudos for development of Kris Bryant and Addison Russell
    SAN DIEGO — Agent Scott Boras is awaiting word from the Major League Baseball Players Association on whether it will file a grievance against the Cubs on behalf of Kris Bryant. But Boras raved about the manner in which the Cubs' organization has...
  • Regional Digest: UConn Wins On Walk-Off Hit

    UConn Wins On Walk-Off Hit Second baseman Vinny Siena went 3-for-4 and drove in the winning run in the bottom of the 11th inning to lead UConn to a 4-3 victory over Central Florida Thursday in the American Athletic Conference baseball championships at...
  • Phillies lose 7-3, settle for split with Rockies

    Phillies lose 7-3, settle for split with Rockies
    DENVER — Jerome Williams finally started against the Colorado Rockies again. Only took a decade. It wasn't exactly the outing he was anticipating, either. Williams struggled with his command as the Philadelphia Phillies fell 7-3 to the...
  • Another big 1st inning fuels Oviedo's first state title

    Another big 1st inning fuels Oviedo's first state title
    FORT MYERS — Christian Arroyo transferred to Oviedo from Lake Brantley not knowing about the plight of a baseball team that had lost in two consecutive region baseball finals. As the year went on and he was accepted into the Lions' family, he...
  • Crunching the numbers for Cubs, White Sox

    Crunching the numbers for Cubs, White Sox
    The approaching Memorial Day weekend means baseball players on teams off to bad starts finally can stop saying, “It’s still early.” One quarter of the major-league season has passed, enough time to assess everyone’s strengths and...