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  • C.J. Cron has two hits and go-ahead sacrifice fly in Angels' exhibition win

    C.J. Cron has two hits and go-ahead sacrifice fly in Angels' exhibition win
    Angels 4, Cleveland 3 AT THE PLATE: C.J. Cron, who is batting .396 (19 for 48) this spring, doubled, singled and capped a two-run seventh inning with a tie-breaking sacrifice fly to center field. Grant Green sparked the rally with a bunt single and...
  • Orioles acquire minor league first baseman Mike McDade for Double-A

    Orioles acquire minor league first baseman Mike McDade for Double-A
    The Orioles made a minor-league deal Wednesday, acquiring first baseman-designated hitter Mike McDade from the Texas Rangers for future considerations. McDade, 25, has been assigned to Double-A Bowie. A former sixth-round draft pick of the Toronto...
  • Yasiel Puig is warming up but Dodgers fall, 4-2, to Indians

    Yasiel Puig is warming up but Dodgers fall, 4-2, to Indians
    The springs of Yasiel Puig. What are you gonna do? Two years ago he was a camp tornado, batting .517 with three homers and 11 runs batted in. Last year he hit only .167 without a homer and with four RBIs. This spring? Maybe a bit too close to last...
  • 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...
  • Man gets 16 years to life in prison for killing former MLB player

    Man gets 16 years to life in prison for killing former MLB player
    A 33-year-old man has been sentenced to 16 years to life in prison for killing a former Major League Baseball outfielder at a homeless encampment. Billy Morales, a homeless man, was convicted by a jury in January of second-degree murder in the 2013...
  • Johnny Damon posts waterfront home for $2.35 million

    Johnny Damon posts waterfront home for $2.35 million
    Major League Baseball outfielder Johnny Damon has put his waterfront home in Windermere, Fla., on the market at $2.35 million. Set on more than half an acre in Olde Windermere, the European-inspired residence features a stretch of private frontage on...
  • Spring training: Texas 15, Angels 8

    Spring training: Texas 15, Angels 8
    Texas 15, Angels 8 AT THE PLATE: The Angels had 12 hits, two each by Erick Aybar and Taylor Featherston, and Albert Pujols hit a home run for the third time in five games. Mike Trout tripled in a run in the third inning, running his hitting streak to...
  • Cleveland's Kyle Crockett pitches to former Poquoson High teammate Chad Pinder of Oakland in Major League Baseball exhibition game

    Cleveland's Kyle Crockett pitches to former Poquoson High teammate Chad Pinder of Oakland in Major League Baseball exhibition game
    Kyle Crockett and Chad Pinder, who led Poquoson High to AA baseball state championships in 2009 and '10, faced each other in the Major Leagues for the first time on Monday. Crockett, a reliever for the Cleveland Indians, pitched to Pinder, who was playing...
  • Puig, Hernandez homer in Dodgers' 4-2 exhibition loss to Cleveland

    Puig, Hernandez homer in Dodgers' 4-2 exhibition loss to Cleveland
    Cleveland Indians 4, Dodgers 2 AT THE PLATE: Outfielder Yasiel Puig had his bat flip in midseason form, flashing it after hitting a long home run off American League Cy Young winner Corey Kluber. Utilityman Enrique Hernandez homered off Kluber too,...
  • Rare Shoeless Joe Jackson autograph photo may bring $100,000

    Rare Shoeless Joe Jackson autograph photo may bring $100,000
    Sharon Bowen thought her late husband was a bit crazy for buying a scrapbook filled with black and white photos of Cleveland ballplayers from the early 1900s — but not anymore. It turns out that book held what may be the only autographed photo of...
  • Al Rosen dies at 91; baseball star was MVP and Executive of the Year

    Al Rosen dies at 91; baseball star was MVP and Executive of the Year
    Baseball slugger and front office executive Al "Flip" Rosen, the only person to win both the Most Valuable Player and Executive of the Year awards, died Friday at Eisenhower Medical Center in Rancho Mirage. He was 91. He died of natural causes, said his...