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  • Local products bid farewell to 2014 Major League Baseball season

    Local products bid farewell to 2014 Major League Baseball season
    The following are highlights from the 2014 season for local athletes playing Major League Baseball. AFTER TRADE, MCCARTHY SHINES Brandon McCarthy, a starter, found himself on both ends of the spectrum throughout the season. The Glendale native began the...
  • Orioles' success story part of Andy MacPhail legacy

    Orioles' success story part of Andy MacPhail legacy
    BALTIMORE — When Andy MacPhail departed Chicago in 2006 after two postseason appearances in 12 years running the Cubs, he left with one of the more memorable exit lines in franchise history. "It's time," he said. "The clock on the MacPhail-o-meter...
  • Diamondbacks' Mark Trumbo lists desert home for sale

    Getting an early start to his off-season is former Angels first baseman-outfielder Mark Trumbo, now with the Arizona Diamondbacks, who has listed his home in Phoenix for sale at $1.899 million. The ranch-style residence, updated in 2013, occupies more...
  • Kutztown alum Shayne Houck acquired by Arizona Diamondbacks

    Kutztown alum Shayne Houck acquired by Arizona Diamondbacks
    Shayne Houck, a four-year starter and 2012 alumnus of the Kutztown University baseball team, has been acquired by Major League Baseball's Arizona Diamondbacks. Houck, 24, spent the 2014 season on Indiana's Evansville Otters, a member of the Frontier...
  • Ex-UConn SS Nick Ahmed Enjoys Taste Of Majors, Future Is Bright

    WETHERSFIELD — Nick Ahmed's career appeared to have hit a dead end in 2013. He hit .163 in April and .113 in May in Double A, that key breakthrough level on the road to the big leagues. But he never took his hitting struggles to the field. He...
  • Dodgers issues: Keep Ned Colletti? And what's Don Mattingly's status?

    Dodgers issues: Keep Ned Colletti? And what's Don Mattingly's status?
    Dodger Stadium sat empty Wednesday, the postseason logos already starting to fade in the grass. The Dodgers would have preferred to play Game 5 of the National League division series on their home field Thursday. Instead, the focus shifts from the field...
  • Buck Showalter wins first postseason series as manager in big leagues

    Buck Showalter wins first postseason series as manager in big leagues
    DETROIT — After his team completed a tense, 2-1 victory over the Detroit Tigers on Sunday to advance to the American League Championship Series, Orioles manager Buck Showalter was congratulated at the beginning of his postgame news conference for...
  • Diamondbacks GM appointment leaves Dodgers' Matt Kemp without an agent

    Diamondbacks GM appointment leaves Dodgers' Matt Kemp without an agent
    Former All-Star pitcher Dave Stewart is the new general manager of the Arizona Diamondbacks, meaning Dodgers center fielder Matt Kemp is now without an agent. “He got me a deal,” Kemp said. “So I think I’m good until I’m 35....
  • Final day of the 2014 season is a beautiful day for baseball

    The clock had just struck 10 on Sunday morning, the dawn of a classic day of baseball. This was Game 162, and not one postseason matchup was set. The Dodgers did not know what team they would play. But they knew they were in the playoffs, and their...
  • Dodgers and Cardinals would be smart to make it all about baseball

    Dodgers and Cardinals would be smart to make it all about baseball
    It's a short series. It's only five games. There shouldn't be enough time for tired stereotypes and weak generalizations. But when it comes to the Dodgers and Cardinals, things can get real silly, real quick, so prepare for the worst. Based on the...
  • Dodgers' Dee Gordon steels himself against Cardinals challenge

     Dodgers' Dee Gordon steels himself against Cardinals challenge
    Dee Gordon led the majors with 64 stolen bases this season, most by a National League player in six years. And that speed has become a big part of the Dodgers' offense. But Gordon has never had much success running against St. Louis and catcher Yadier...