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  • Rocky Bridges, who played for Dodgers and Angels, dies at 87

    Rocky Bridges, a journeyman infielder whose 11-year major league career was bookended by seasons with the Brooklyn Dodgers and the expansion Los Angeles Angels, has died in Idaho. He was 87. Bridges, who went on to be a minor league manager and major...
  • Ernie Banks was a great man

    When I was 10, I tagged along with my dad — then the team physician for the DePaul University men’s basketball team — to the 1979 NCAA Sweet 16 in Provo, Utah. The Blue Demons beat Louisville in a double-overtime nail-biter. After...
  • Dan Duquette and Travis Snider discuss Tuesday's trade

    Dan Duquette and Travis Snider discuss Tuesday's trade
    The Orioles held a teleconference Friday with executive vice president Dan Duquette and new outfielder Travis Snider, whom the Orioles acquired in a trade with the Pittsburgh Pirates on Tuesday. Snider will not be at FanFest; a huge Seattle Seahawks fan...
  • Miami Marlins claim RHP Preston Claiborne from Yankees

    Miami Marlins claim RHP Preston Claiborne from Yankees
    The Marlins on Tuesday claimed right-handed reliever Preston Claiborne from the New York Yankees. Claiborne, who turns 27 next month, split 2014 between the Yankees and Triple-A Scranton-Wilkes Barre. While in the majors, Claiborne was 3-0 with a 3.00...
  • New Trier grad Ben Klimesh pitches way onto the Cincinnati Reds' radar

    New Trier grad Ben Klimesh pitches way onto the Cincinnati Reds' radar
    It’s hard to imagine anyone 6-4 flying under the radar, but that’s what Wilmette native Ben Klimesh has done until recently. The New Trier graduate, now pitching in the Cincinnati Reds organization, opened some eyes in a six-week stint in...
  • Tigers acquire OF Yeonis Cespedes for starter Rick Porcello

    Tigers acquire OF Yeonis Cespedes for starter Rick Porcello
    SAN DIEGO --- The Detroit Tigers finally got their man. The Tigers acquired outfielder Yoenis Cespedes, right-handed reliever Alex Wilson and a minor leaguer from the Boston Red Sox on Thursday in a trade for right-hander Rick Porcello as baseball's...
  • After busy Winter Meetings, more deals left to be made

    After busy Winter Meetings, more deals left to be made
    SAN DIEGO — Baseball's Winter Meetings invariably consist of a lot of talk and little action. Not this year, though, as the four-day gathering that concluded Thursday at the Manchester Grand Hyatt included 19 transactions that involved 44 players....
  • Baseball deals: Yoenis Cespedes goes to Tigers for Rick Porcello

    Baseball deals: Yoenis Cespedes goes to Tigers for Rick Porcello
    Less than five months after acquiring Yoenis Cespedes as part of a big deadline deal, the Boston Red Sox traded the slugging outfielder to help bolster their rotation. The Detroit Tigers were happy to take him. Boston sent Cespedes to the Tigers on...
  • Around baseball

    Around baseball
    American LeagueCentral Division White Sox: Additions of Jeff Samardzija, David Robertson and Adam LaRoche should make Sox instant contenders if defense holds up. Indians: Quiet so far, but adding Brandon Moss is an upgrade. Now if the Tribe can only...
  • Gordon brings lightning to complement Stanton's thunder

    Gordon brings lightning to complement Stanton's thunder
    Dee Gordon is delighted to be returning to his home state. The Miami Marlins are excited about the prospect of the speedy leadoff hitter running home time and again in the coming years. No one more so than Giancarlo Stanton, who was "thrilled,"...
  • Restoring relations with Cuba good for baseball, but time will tell how much

    Restoring relations with Cuba good for baseball, but time will tell how much
    The consensus within baseball circles is that President Barack Obama's decision to restore diplomatic relations with Cuba only can be a good thing for the sport — although it's too early to tell exactly what changes may occur. "We'll want to see...