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  • Moravian College coach John Byrne is set to join the 700 club

    With his next victory, John Byrne will have 700 wins as Moravian College's softball coach. Not bad for a baseball guy. Byrne was a standout baseball player at North Penn High School and then a four-year starter for the Greyhounds from 1979-82. He...
  • Historically a slow starter, Jon Lester looks to turn things around

    Historically a slow starter, Jon Lester looks to turn things around
    PITTSBURGH — Despite his World Series success and six-year, $155 million contract, Jon Lester admittedly is a slow starter. With his "dead arm" period now more than a month in the past, Lester is ready to move ahead as he takes the mound for the...
  • Cubs starters could go a long way in providing relief for bullpen

    Cubs starters could go a long way in providing relief for bullpen
    PITTSBURGH — The Cubs might not have to look to Triple-A Iowa or another major-league team to solve their recent bullpen issues. The remedy, according to manager Joe Maddon and his starters, is a rotation that needs to pitch deeper into games....
  • Thursday's recap: Pirates 5, Cubs 4

     Thursday's recap: Pirates 5, Cubs 4
    The summary The Cubs could not hold a 4-1 lead as the Pirates rallied for four runs in the sixth and seventh innings to take a 5-4 victory Thursday and earn a split of their four-game series. At the plate Starlin Castro had two hits, but he grounded...
  • Giants plan personal ring presentations for Sandoval, Morse in May

    SAN FRANCISCO Despite a fair share of spring sniping from Pablo Sandoval, the Giants aren't going to ship him his World Series ring via registered mail. They hope to personally present Sandoval with his prize on May 10, when the Boston Red Sox travel...
  • Up next: Cubs at Reds

     Up next: Cubs at Reds
    All games on WBBM-AM 780. Season series: 2-1. Friday: 6:10 p.m., CSN. LH Jon Lester (0-2, 6.89) vs. RH Mike Leake (0-1, 3.92). Saturday: 12:10 p.m., ABC-7. RH Jake Arrieta (2-1, 1.74) vs. RH Anthony DeSclafani (3-0, 0.86). Sunday: 12:10 p.m.,...
  • Baseball commissioner says Pete Rose allowed to participate in All-Star Game but has no timetable for decision on reinstatement

    Baseball commissioner says Pete Rose allowed to participate in All-Star Game but has no timetable for decision on reinstatement
    NEW YORK (AP) — Commissioner Rob Manfred says Pete Rose will be allowed to participate in activities surrounding this summer's All-Star Game in his hometown of Cincinnati. Rose, baseball's career hits leader and a former Reds star player and...
  • Young Cubs such as Anthony Rizzo are almost giddy with early success

    Young Cubs such as Anthony Rizzo are almost giddy with early success
    When he came into the Cubs' clubhouse Saturday after a victory over the Padres, Kris Bryant was greeted to a light show with club music blaring, a smoke machine blasting and a disco ball spinning overhead. It wasn't a welcome mat for Bryant, but a new...
  • 40th-man shuffle continues as Dodgers acquire Xavier Cedeno

    40th-man shuffle continues as Dodgers acquire Xavier Cedeno
    Catch and release, baby, catch and release. It’s the front office’s new game, which I suppose at least passes away those idle hours. On Wednesday the Dodgers acquired left-hander Xavier Cedeno from the Washington Nationals for cash, added...
  • F-bombs away: Rants a time-honored part of sports culture

    Fellas, chill. It's just a game, right? Losing stinks. We totally get it. Athletes and coaches have been angry about coming up on the short end since cavemen looked at each other, pointed to a spot in the distance and took off to see who could get...
  • Reds' Bryan Price sorry for bad words, sticks by sentiment

    Cincinnati manager Bryan Price is sorry for using foul language in a pregame tirade. Everything in between the bad words remains fair game. The Reds skipper stood firm on his stance that media shouldn't report developments he thinks would put his team at...