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  • Jerry Greene: A salute to Saints TE Benjamin Watson's moving response to Charleston shootings

    Jerry Greene: A salute to Saints TE Benjamin Watson's moving response to Charleston shootings
    Most Sundays, my goal for the Cheap Seats is to provide you with a Page 2 escape from the heavy issues that often dominate both Page 1 of the sports section and Page 1 of the newspaper. Most Sundays, our hearts are light here.
  • Jeff Jacobs: Rodriguez Brightens Bleak Season For Sox Fans

    Jeff Jacobs: Rodriguez Brightens Bleak Season For Sox Fans
    BOSTON — The losses heaped on losses, oh, they have taken thousands of words and so much radio air time to dissect. The Red Sox wins? Sometimes they need only one word. After he had become the first pitcher since 1900 to go at least seven...

    So far, Rays moving on fine with life after Joe Maddon

    So far, Rays moving on fine with life after Joe Maddon
    BALTIMORE — Joe Maddon made a cameo appearance in the Rays' clubhouse at Camden Yards on Friday, but none of the players was paying any attention. They continued playing cards and scrolling on their smartphones, oblivious to the scene of Maddon...

    Managerial success proves dugout experience no longer prerequisite

    Managerial success proves dugout experience no longer prerequisite
    Everyone thinks they can manage, and now maybe anyone can. The trend toward hiring managers with no experience is growing, with the Brewers' Craig Counsell and the Marlins' Dan Jennings as the latest examples. Perhaps Bill Veeck had the right idea...

    If they want to win, Orioles need more Wright stuff

    Buck Showalter did his best to savor the moment after he took the ball from his starting pitcher in the eighth inning. The Orioles manager certainly recognized the scene. He sent 25-year-old Mike Wright to the mound Sunday for his major-league debut,...