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  • It's Special K day for Brewers as Cubs suffer 18 strikeouts in 6-1 loss

    It's Special K day for Brewers as Cubs suffer 18 strikeouts in 6-1 loss
    At their best, the Cubs have shown they can be quite pleasantly entertaining this season. But they certainly were not very good Saturday at Wrigley Field as they struck out 18 times. Moreover, in the ninth inning, they committed two errors on the same...
  • Orioles early notes on Hardy, Flaherty and Wieters

    Orioles early notes on Hardy, Flaherty and Wieters
    Orioles catcher Matt Wieters, who is recovering from Tommy John elbow surgery last June, said he still doesn’t know when he will come off the disabled list, but that he’s making progress. “Now it’s about getting it right,”...
  • Local Roundup: Aurora U. wins conference titles in softball, men's lacrosse, men's track, women's track

    Aurora University had a banner sports day on Saturday, winning four conference titles and earning NCAA Division III postseason berths in softball and men's lacrosse. The Spartans rolled past Concordia Wisconsin 11-2 in five innings to win the Northern...
  • Sunday's local roundup: Norfolk State's Devin Hemmerich throws no-hitter; Spartans sweep doubleheader against Coppin State

    Colleges Baseball: In the first game of a doubleheader, Norfolk State sophomore Devin Hemmerich struck out 10 and threw a seven-inning no-hitter in the Spartans’ 6-1 win over Coppin State. Hemmerich (4-3) threw the program’s first no-...
  • Young fan 'dodges a bullet' when hit by foul ball at Angels-Giants game

    Young fan 'dodges a bullet' when hit by foul ball at Angels-Giants game
    As if Chris Iannetta’s season weren't difficult enough, the Angels catcher hitting just .098 after Sunday’s 5-0 loss to the San Francisco Giants, it grew even more disturbing when his check-swing foul ball in the third inning struck a young...
  • Orioles score three in seventh to beat Rays, 4-2, and win home series at Tropicana

    Orioles score three in seventh to beat Rays, 4-2, and win home series at Tropicana
    Displaced from Camden Yards this weekend because of the unrest in Baltimore, the Orioles called Tropicana Field home for a series against the Tampa Bay Rays. It was another wrench thrown into a young Orioles season that has been full of obstacles....
  • Wesleyan Defeats Trinity, Moves On To NESCAC Tournament

    Wesleyan Defeats Trinity, Moves On To NESCAC Tournament
    HARTFORD – When Nick Miceli struck out Trinity batter Brendan Pierce to end the game and a perfect NESCAC regular season, Wesleyan coach Mark Woodworth and his players sprung from the bench on the first-base side and rushed onto the field with the...
  • Giants open with consecutive home runs en route to 5-0 victory vs. Angels

    SAN FRANCISCO For Tim Lincecum, there is no finding his old form. Only a good form one that always begins with his fastball, no matter what the radar guns say. He was awfully good Sunday afternoon, and the Giants offense gave him the kind of opening...
  • College Roundup: Navy club lacrosse team captures national championship

    NAVY CLUB LACROSSE: The Navy club men's lacrosse team team captured the National Collegiate Lacrosse League championship on Sunday, defeating host Penn State, 10-8. The Mids finished an unbeaten season. NAVY BASEBALL: The Midshipmen (34-17) closed the...
  • Angels' Jered Weaver continues to struggle as Giants get to him early

    Angels' Jered Weaver continues to struggle as Giants get to him early
    Mike Scioscia went with an unorthodox lineup Sunday, batting pitcher Jered Weaver eighth and struggling catcher Chris Iannetta ninth against the San Francisco Giants, a move that seemed to buoy the 6-foot-7 right-hander. "He's pumped," the Angels...
  • Local Roundup: Judson baseball advances in CCAC Tournament

    Host Judson advanced to Monday's winners' bracket final of the Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference Baseball Tournament by rolling past Holy Cross (Ind.) 14-5 on Saturday. Billy Wright was 4-for-5 with a homer, four runs scored and two RBIs for...