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  • Tony Bosch charged; center of doping scandal

    MIAMI — The U.S. government on Tuesday filed criminal charges against the owner of a defunct Florida anti-aging clinic at the center of a doping scandal involving Major League Baseball players, the Miami Herald reported. Tony Bosch, 50, was among a...
  • Clinic owner linked to A-Rod case charged with distributing steroids

    The man who was accused more than a year ago of providing Alex Rodriguez and other Major League Baseball players with performance-enhancing drugs surrendered to federal authorities Tuesday morning. Anthony Bosch has been charged with one count of...
  • On The Fly: Spurs Make Hammon First Female Full-Time Assistant

    Longtime WNBA player Becky Hammon, who is retiring after this season with the San Antonio Stars, will be an assistant coach with the NBA champion San Antonio Spurs. She'll be the first female full-time assistant on an NBA coaching staff. Kudos to Spurs...
  • Hey, Bud Selig, this steroid era is for you

    In January, Bud Selig mused aloud about a farewell tour for his final season as commissioner. Meet some fans, shake some hands, celebrate the game. The parting gifts might not all be good. On his way out — so close to the finish line that owners...
  • Chone Figgins is back and might just catch on with the Dodgers

    Chone Figgins is back and might just catch on with the Dodgers
    PHOENIX — The question of whatever happened to Chone Figgins will be answered Wednesday afternoon. There will be a first pitch of Arizona spring training thrown in three parks, and Figgins will be facing one of them. Yes, we are talking about that...
  • Major League Baseball to require screening of fans

    Major League Baseball to require screening of fans
    Entering a big league ballpark will be a bit like going through an airport by 2015. Major League Baseball has told its 30 teams they must implement security screening for fans by then, either with hand-held metal detection or walk-through magnetometers....
  • Google's 2013 searches show South Florida, as usual, trends at the top

    Google's 2013 searches show South Florida, as usual, trends at the top
    Thank you, mother of all search engines, for being there to explain twerking, gluten and bitcoin to the mystified masses. Google's 2013 world search results are out, revealing that South Florida, as usual, trends at the top, too. Of 1.2 trillion most-...
  • Money talks for Mariners, as it did for Rangers in 2000

    Money talks for Mariners, as it did for Rangers in 2000
    The team had won 71 games, finishing a distant fourth in the American League West. The fans had gotten impatient. The best player in free agency had decided this would be all about the money, and that fourth-place team got him with a blowout bid. In...
  • Alex Rodriguez's suspension reduced from 211 to 162 games

    The long and contentious legal battle between Alex Rodriguez and Major League Baseball came to a head on Saturday when arbitrator Fredric Horowitz reduced the original 211-game suspension for the New York Yankees star to 162 games, which would ban...
  • Greg Maddux, Tom Glavine, Frank Thomas elected to baseball Hall of Fame

    Greg Maddux and Tom Glavine, a pair of 300-game winners renowned for a decade of excellence atop the Atlanta Braves’ starting rotation, and Chicago White Sox slugger Frank Thomas were elected to the Hall of Fame on Wednesday by the Baseball...
  • Addition of Alexi Casilla on minor league deal gives Orioles important middle-infield insurance

    Addition of Alexi Casilla on minor league deal gives Orioles important middle-infield insurance
    In this space 24 hours ago, I wrote an update on the Orioles' nine free agents. One of those players -- second baseman Alexi Casilla -- had yet to sign with a team. But on Friday, the Orioles announced that they were re-signing Casilla, whose $3 million...