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  • Connolly's Bar: How did the Orioles handle things this week?

    Connolly's Bar: How did the Orioles handle things this week?
    It really has been one of the craziest weeks I’ve ever experienced. And, frankly, I’ve been on the edge of all of this in Charm City. So many more people had much more difficult challenges than I did. And I’m still drained. So the...
  • Love sports? Saturday's your day

    Love sports? Saturday's your day
    Wake up. Brush teeth. Eat breakfast. Watch sports. All. Day. Untended lawns and incomplete errands may be the rule of the day this weekend as a different type of to-do list takes shape for area sports fans. From morning until night, a jampacked...
  • How Orioles' relocated series at Tropicana Field will take on a more neutral feel

    How Orioles' relocated series at Tropicana Field will take on a more neutral feel
    Will John Denver play during the seventh-inning stretch this weekend when the Orioles travel to St. Petersburg, Fla., to play three "home" games on the road at Tropicana Field, nearly 1,000 miles away from Baltimore? Will Tampa Bay Rays third baseman...
  • White Sox need an Ozzie-like intervention

    White Sox need an Ozzie-like intervention
    A great philosopher once asked, "If a team plays a baseball game and there's nobody there to see it, did it actually happen?" Frankly, I expected more from the White Sox. They're used to playing in front of empty stadiums, especially their own. The...
  • Twins close out Sale, drub Twins, 12-2

    MINNEAPOLIS Chicago White Sox lefthander Chris Sale stands 6 feet, 6 inches. He has a blazing fastball and a biting slider and has been a nuisance to hitters since making his major league debut in 2010. Especially the Minnesota Twins. For one night,...
  • What they're saying about the Orioles-White Sox empty stadium game

    What they're saying about the Orioles-White Sox empty stadium game
    The standing-room-only press box at Camden Yards Wednesday for the closed-gate Orioles game against the Chicago White Sox meant national outlets and local reporters descended on the stadium to provide an account of a game only we had access to. As such,...
  • Top area golfers compete in AJGA Preseason Junior in Wheaton

    Top area golfers compete in AJGA Preseason Junior in Wheaton
    Some of the area's best junior golfers played their first major tournament of the spring over the weekend, but getting in tournament form takes long hours and different practice methods during Chicago's long, cold winters. Lake Forest junior Emily Young...
  • Royals pitcher Yordano Ventura drops appeal, starts serving seven-game suspension Thursday

    Yordano Ventura began serving his seven-game suspension on Thursday, dropping his appeal to Major League Baseball. That means Ventura's next start will be in the series opener at Detroit on May 8. "We only had to find one spot start instead of two,"...
  • Speak Out: Segment of 84th Avenue needs repair

    Speak Out: Segment of 84th Avenue needs repair
    With all the roadwork starting up again has anyone noticed the condition of 84th Avenue from 171st to 179th streets? The road is deplorable. There a patches and bumps all along that a stretch. All it would take is some resurfacing. Not sure who's...
  • Pace-of-play rules go into effect Friday

    Pace-of-play rules go into effect Friday
    The Orioles might not need any speed-it-up encouragement from Major League Baseball following Wednesday's 2-hour, 3-minute win over the Chicago White Sox, but they'll get it with pace-of-play rules going into effect Friday. MLB gave teams a trial period...
  • No plans to alter Preakness schedule because of unrest in Baltimore

    No plans to alter Preakness schedule because of unrest in Baltimore
    All week at Churchill Downs, racing fans and horsemen have quietly speculated about the possible impact of the recent riots in Baltimore on the May 16 Preakness Stakes. On Thursday, the connections of several top Kentucky Derby contenders said they&...