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  • Friday's recap: Cubs 6, White Sox 3

    Friday's recap: Cubs 6, White Sox 3
    The summary Jason Hammel pitched six solid innings and Cubs batters swatted four home runs to defeat the White Sox 6-3 Friday at Sloan Park. At the plate Jorge Soler, Chris Coghlan, Starlin Castro and Anthony Rizzo each homered off former Cub Jeff...
  • Cosart subject of MLB gambling investigation

    Cosart subject of MLB gambling investigation
    Miami Marlins pitcher Jarred Cosart acknowledged Thursday he is under investigation by Major League Baseball for possible gambling, but could not give details. The 24-year-old is accused of exchanging direct messages through his Twitter account related...
  • Wednesday's recap: White Sox 6, Royals 0

    Wednesday's recap: White Sox 6, Royals 0
    The summary White Sox left-hander Carlos Rodon struck out nine in four scoreless innings Wednesday night in a 6-0 Sox victory over the Royals. The Sox prospect said afterward he feels "close" to major-league ready. Sox right fielder Avisail Garcia hit...
  • LEADING OFF: Converted outfielder Jason Lane to pitch

    A look at what's happening around spring training in Florida and Arizona today: ___ CONVERTED OUTFIELDER Former outfielder Jason Lane gets the starting nod for the Padres against the Dodgers. The 38-year-old lefty is pitching in place of right-hander...
  • Tough Jam: Cubs pitcher winds up at wrong park, misses start

    Some pitchers have trouble finding the plate. Edwin Jackson of the Chicago Cubs had a much bigger problem: He couldn't find the ballpark. Jackson missed his spring training start Tuesday against the A's when he drove to the wrong stadium. Fitting, too &#...
  • 'Wrong-way' Edwin Jackson winds up at wrong park, misses spring start for Cubs

    'Wrong-way' Edwin Jackson winds up at wrong park, misses spring start for Cubs
    Some pitchers have trouble finding the plate. Edwin Jackson of the Chicago Cubs had a much bigger problem: He couldn't find the ballpark. Jackson missed his spring training start Tuesday against the A's when he drove to the wrong stadium. Fitting, too...
  • Dodgers again tap Cuba connection, agree to sign IF Hector Olivera

    Dodgers again tap Cuba connection, agree to sign IF Hector Olivera
    Over the last three years, the Dodgers have spent more than $160 million to sign players who have escaped from Cuba. Their latest addition from the communist island nation is their most expensive to date: former Cuban national team infielder Hector...
  • Former area baseball standouts earn status as top prospects

    Former area baseball standouts earn status as top prospects
    The pipeline of baseball prospects from the Sentinel’s coverage area into major-league organizations is going strong. Four of the top 100 minor-league prospects ranked by mlb.com are from Central Florida, led by SS Francisco Lindor (Montverde...
  • Dodgers agree to $62.5-million deal with Cuban infielder Hector Olivera

    Dodgers agree to $62.5-million deal with Cuban infielder Hector Olivera
    The Dodgers are adding another high-priced player from Cuba, as they have agreed to a six-year, $62.5-million contract with free-agent infielder Hector Olivera. Olivera’s deal includes a $28-million bonus, according to his agent, Greg Genske....
  • Peter Ueberroth recalls reinstating Mickey Mantle and Willie Mays to baseball

    Peter Ueberroth recalls reinstating Mickey Mantle and Willie Mays to baseball
    So, the sun rose in the East this morning, traffic was a bear on the 405 and, since there is a new commissioner in major league baseball, Pete Rose is trying again to get back in the club. You know the story. Rose was banned from baseball in August...
  • Monday's recap: Padres 10, White Sox 4

    Monday's recap: Padres 10, White Sox 4
    The summary: White Sox left-hander Jose Quintana gave up four earned runs on eight hits and walked two over 41/3 innings as the Sox lost to the Padres 10-4 Monday. Quintana, who said he is scheduled to pitch in the Sox's second game of the season, had...