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  • Baseball: Tars' duo earn high honors

    Newport Harbor High seniors Shaun Vetrovec and Connor Seabold made the All-Sunset League first team in baseball for leading the Sailors to the CIF Southern Section Division 1 playoffs, the program's first postseason appearance in four years and second...
  • Archbishop McCarthy's Gonzalez named Florida's Mr. Baseball

    Archbishop McCarthy senior pitcher Brian Gonzalez was named the 2014 Florida Dairy Farmers Mr. Baseball, an honor given annually to the state’s best high school baseball player. Gonzalez, previously the Class 5A Player of the Year, received 172...
  • State's best baseball players ready for Brooks Robinson All-Star game

    State's best baseball players ready for Brooks Robinson All-Star game
    Less than three weeks ago, Andrew Spinnenweber struck out 13 Sherwood batters and carried Chesapeake-AA to a Class 4A state championship. It was the best moment of his life. Now, Spinnenweber, who will pitch at a preparatory school in New Mexico...
  • Orioles' July 4 'Stars & Stripes' hat revealed

    Orioles' July 4 'Stars & Stripes' hat revealed
    Have you ever looked at your Orioles┬áhat collection and wished you could find a gaudy red number to add to it? Major League Baseball has you covered. This year’s "Stars & Stripes" hat, presumably to be worn in Boston when the Orioles take on the...
  • Double standard in Machado suspension [Letter]

    Double standard in Machado suspension [Letter]
    Does anyone recall last season's July 27 game with Boston when a "mature" David Ortiz started a loud argument with the home plate umpire who called him out on strikes? The Red Sox player was physically restrained by his teammates, but he continued to...
  • Miguel Gonzalez makes rehab start for Bowie, is expected to return Sunday or Monday

    Miguel Gonzalez makes rehab start for Bowie, is expected to return Sunday or Monday
    Right-hander Miguel Gonzalez, who is recovering from a right oblique strain, made an injury rehabilitation start for Double-A Bowie on Wednesday night at Prince George’s Stadium. Gonzalez, who is expected to return from the DL on Sunday or Monday,...
  • Nick Gordon edged for Mr. Baseball Award

    Nick Gordon edged for Mr. Baseball Award
    In one of the closest votes in the 22-year history of the Florida Dairy Farmers Mr. Baseball award, Southwest Ranches Archbishop McCarthy P-1B Brian Gonzalez edged Olympia SS Nick Gordon by eight points. Gonzalez received 172 points in a final round...
  • Teams scouting for trades plentiful at Cubs loss

    Teams scouting for trades plentiful at Cubs loss
    PHILADELPHIA — Jeff Samardzija isn't scheduled to pitch until Tuesday night at Miami, but scouts are keeping busy evaluating other Cubs players. Saturday's 7-4 loss Saturday to the Phillies at Citizens Bank Park provided the latest sampling of who...
  • Miguel Gonzalez throws 4 1/3 scoreless innings for Double-A Bowie

    Miguel Gonzalez throws 4 1/3 scoreless innings for Double-A Bowie
    Miguel Gonzalez threw 4 1/3 scoreless innings for Double-A Bowie against the New Hampshire Fisher Cats on Wednesday night in an injury rehabilitation start as the right-hander recovers from a strained right oblique. Gonzalez, who is eligible to return...
  • Nolan Reimold 'light-years' ahead of last year, Buck Showalter says

    Nolan Reimold 'light-years' ahead of last year, Buck Showalter says
    Outfielder Nolan Reimold feels “light-years” better than he did at this time last year, according to Buck Showalter. The manager said he could join the Orioles this season if he continues to progress well in his return from multiple neck...
  • Change of scenery hasn't diminished Hader's minor league dream

    Change of scenery hasn't diminished Hader's minor league dream
    Josh Hader was about 5 when he joined his Anne Arundel County youth baseball team on the field at Camden Yards in a pregame ceremony. A youth league standout, Hader went on to become a star pitcher at Old Mill High in Millersville and couldn't believe...