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  • Phillips' homer sends Reds over Pirates, 5-4

    PITTSBURGH Brandon Phillips ended a long game that began with a rain delay and required four additional innings to complete. He homered to left field in the 13th inning and the Pirates lost, 5-4, to the Cincinnati Reds at PNC Park Thursday. The Pirates...
  • Nicolino aims to show he belongs in Marlins' rotation

    Nicolino aims to show he belongs in Marlins' rotation
    What began as a fill-in opportunity has turned into an extended audition for Justin Nicolino to make a case for sticking in the Miami Marlins' crowded starting rotation. The club's No. 3 prospect will have a chance to show his eye-opening debut was...
  • Friday: Dodgers at Marlins, 7:10 p.m.

    Friday: Dodgers at Marlins, 7:10 p.m.
    Dodgers at Marlins When/where: Friday, 7:10 p.m., Marlins Park, Miami On the mound LHP Justin Nicolino (1-0, 0.00) vs. LHP Brett Anderson (3-4, 3.29): Nicolino was called up to fill in for Tom Koehler and became the first Marlin to toss seven...
  • Player of the Year Fitz Stadler of Glenbrook South stares down opposing batters

    Player of the Year Fitz Stadler of Glenbrook South stares down opposing batters
    When he was younger, one of Fitz Stadler's favorite baseball players to watch was Seattle Mariners and Arizona Diamondbacks ace Randy Johnson. At 6-foot-10, Johnson's mere presence on the mound was almost enough to get some batters out. The hard-...
  • LEADING OFF: De La Rosa day, Chapman returns, Gray in Texas

    A look at what's happening all around the major leagues today: ___ SAME NAME Call it De La Rosa day at Coors Field. In a quirky pitching matchup, Arizona Diamondbacks right-hander Rubby De La Rosa (6-3) faces Colorado Rockies lefty Jorge De La Rosa (4-...
  • Cole struggles early as Pirates lose to Reds, 5-2

    PITTSBURGH The Cincinnati Reds became the first team this season to really get to Pirates pitcher Gerrit Cole, but Cole provided them with opportunities. In the second-shortest outing of Cole's career, he issued walks that turned into runs and did not...
  • Travis Wood solidifies bullpen role with impressive performances

    Travis Wood solidifies bullpen role with impressive performances
    Joe Maddon believes left-hander Travis Wood has pitched so well since being dispatched to the bullpen five weeks ago that he won't be considered strongly to replace Tsuyoshi Wada if he can't make his next start Saturday night in St. Louis. "I don't...
  • Sure, he would like more, but Joe Maddon content managing talent on hand

    Sure, he would like more, but Joe Maddon content managing talent on hand
    It starts with talent, then you need a mixture of luck and the ability to put your players in a position to succeed. In the case of Cubs manager Joe Maddon, spending 15 seasons in the Angels organization as a coach, manager, scout and instructor...
  • Big inning propels Pirates to 7-6 win over Reds

    PITTSBURGH Jeff Locke and Josh Smith established expectations early in Tuesday's game. The pace would be slow. There wouldn't be much pitching out of the windup. The game would be won with offense and relief pitching. Under that construct, the Pirates...
  • Hokies hire Flying Squirrels' Jon Laaser as new radio voice

    Jon Laaser was running Tuesday afternoon when Virginia Tech announced his hiring as the athletic department's lead broadcaster. Running. Several miles. Outside. In 100-degree heat. Insane or in shape? "A little bit of both," Laaser said with a laugh....
  • Anthony Rizzo slips to 5th in All-Star voting, Kris Bryant 3rd

    Anthony Rizzo slips to 5th in All-Star voting, Kris Bryant 3rd
    It's virtually certain that Anthony Rizzo will have to be selected by his peers, managers and coaches to have any chance of making the National League All-Star team. In the latest voting released Tuesday, Rizzo fell to fifth place among NL first basemen...