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  • South Windsor Challenger Day at Fenway

    For some, just attending a Red Sox game alone would be unforgettable, but for one South Windsor Little League team a whole entire day spent at Fenway Park became a remarkable dream come true.  CVS Caremark put together the All Kids Can Baseball Camp at...
  • Countdown on as baseball readies for pace of play rules

    During his playing career, Mike Hargrove's unique routine at the plate went something like this: step into the batter's box, adjust gloves, brush lip, tap cleats with bat to remove dirt, check helmet, tug at jersey sleeve, hitch up pants, check right...
  • Minnie Minoso died from tear in pulmonary artery: autopsy

    Minnie Minoso died from tear in pulmonary artery: autopsy
    Baseball has lost another iconic ambassador. Former White Sox star outfielder Minnie Minoso was found dead in the driver’s seat of his car early Sunday. An autopsy performed Sunday afternoon determined Minoso died of a tear in his pulmonary...
  • Major league baseball's 1st black Latino star Minoso dies

    When Minnie Minoso broke into major league baseball, the "Cuban Comet" was part of a wave of black players who changed the game forever. By the time he played in his final game 35 years ago, he was a beloved figure with the Chicago White Sox. It was...
  • Day Trips from the Lehigh Valley

    Day Trips from the Lehigh Valley
    DAY TRIPPIN' •911 Museum, Zabar's, free time in New York, April 8. $65. Lehigh Valley Hospital Auxiliary, Rosie, 610-966-3367. •Octoberfest, Platzi Brauhaus, Oct. 15. $92. Lights and Flowers, tour of Philadelphia, Longwood Gardens, Dec. 1....
  • Players' union head: future spring games in Cuba possible

    Cuba could be a spring training destination once more. Major League Baseball is considering playing future spring exhibition games on the island nation and baseball hotbed, which used to routinely host American teams in the days before Fidel Castro...
  • Speeding up baseball, carefully

     Speeding up baseball, carefully
    In the 1980s, Cleveland Indians first baseman Mike Hargrove was notorious for his litany of time-consuming habits at the plate. Between pitches, he would tap his cleats with his bat, adjust his batting gloves, straighten his helmet and tug his jersey...
  • South Carroll alum Slifer lifts Princeton over Loyola in women's lacrosse

    South Carroll alum Slifer lifts Princeton over Loyola in women's lacrosse
    Senior Erin Slifer (South Carroll) had a career-high five goals to power No. 14 host Princeton (1-0) to a 10-8 victory over No. 11 Loyola Maryland (0-1) in women's lacrosse Saturday. Senior Erin McMunn (Winters Mill) added two goals. Taryn VanThof had...
  • Phillies pitcher Lee confident elbow issues are behind him

    Phillies pitcher Lee confident elbow issues are behind him
    CLEARWATER, Fla. (AP) — Phillies left-handed pitcher Cliff Lee is confident his elbow problems from last year are behind him as he begins a new season. The 36-year-old veteran was limited to 13 starts in 2014, when he went on the disabled list...
  • Play Ball: Champion Giants begin effort to win in 'odd year'

    The San Francisco Giants roll in even years, winning the World Series in 2010, 2012 and 2014. Enough of that pattern, Giants manager Bruce Bochy said. "We want to have a lot of fun in an odd year," he said while San Francisco pitchers and catchers...
  • Jason Giambi retires after 20 seasons in majors

    Jason Giambi is retiring after 20 seasons in the majors. The 2000 AL MVP announced his decision Monday in a statement that was first sent to the New York Daily News. He ends his career as one of 20 players in history with at least 400 home runs, 1,400...