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  • Day of firsts for Addison Russell and Jon Lester at Wrigley Field

     Day of firsts for Addison Russell and Jon Lester at Wrigley Field
    Rookie Addison Russell deposited his first major league home run into the empty — under construction — left-field bleachers on Friday at Wrigley Field. And veteran left-hander Jon Lester earned his first victory for the Cubs as Russell's...
  • Reds pitcher Leake dominates Braves

    ?ATLANTA Out went Braves slugger Jason Heyward, a fan favorite. Back came Shelby Miller, a promising young right-hander with a short track record. Before his start against the Reds on Thursday at Turner Field, Miller said he understood if Braves...
  • For Cubs, patience at the plate paying off

    For Cubs, patience at the plate paying off
    Cubs hitters are showing remarkable patience in the early going that ultimately could separate them from past non-contending teams. By trusting their eyes and the batters behind them, the Cubs have managed to generate more scoring opportunities. And on...
  • The most popular TV viewing in San Diego? Padres games

    The most popular TV viewing in San Diego? Padres games
    As the Dodgers' television blackout extends into a second month of a second season, San Diego Padres fans are watching their team in record numbers. The Padres had perhaps the splashiest off-season of any major league team, adding such stars as Matt...
  • Ohio mayor wants to build All-Star Game spirit

    Cincinnati's mayor wants to see red every Friday. Mayor John Cranley is asking people in the Reds' home region to start wearing something red every Friday in the buildup to this summer's All-Star Game. Major League Baseball's annual game of top...
  • Nationals pound Braves, 13-4, take series

    ATLANTA After Dan Uggla stuck a dagger in the Braves Tuesday, the guy who beat them with his bat Wednesday was an even more improbable source for a three-run hit. Pitcher Jordan Zimmermann, who had three RBIs in the previous two seasons combined, had a...
  • Clippers' hopes? Ducks' odds? He gives it a thought

    Clippers' hopes? Ducks' odds? He gives it a thought
    Random thoughts while waiting for Steve Ballmer to answer my help desk call: • Sometimes the Clippers are their own opponent. • Chicago Bears versus Green Bay Packers, on the NFL schedule for Thanksgiving, is the best holiday matchup since...
  • Ohio bill lets cities have areas for open-alcohol containers

    Some cities could have outdoor refreshment areas where revelers could socialize worry-free with open containers of alcohol under a bill headed to the governor Wednesday. The House voted 87-7 on the proposal, which allows cities of a certain size to...
  • Didi Gregorius hears Yankees' fan chants: for Derek Jeter

    When Yankees fans give Didi Gregorius a shout out, it is not necessarily positive. Gregorius hears it after making an out or committing an error: not his name, but his predecessor's. "Everywhere I go, people chanting Derek Jeter and all that stuff,"...
  • Didi Gregorius hears Yankees' fan chants: for Derek Jeter

    Didi Gregorius hears Yankees' fan chants: for Derek Jeter
    NEW YORK (AP) — When Yankees fans give Didi Gregorius a shout out, it is not necessarily positive. Gregorius hears it after making an out or committing an error: not his name, but his predecessor's. "Everywhere I go, people chanting Derek...
  • Grandstands come tumbling down at Tinker Field

    Grandstands come tumbling down at Tinker Field
    A pair of excavators Tuesday tore into the grandstands at historic Tinker Field — a place where generations once gathered to watch baseball legends and where thousands came to hear the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. speak in 1964. The demolition...