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  • Moss homers as Indians roll past Royals in rain-shortened game, 6-2

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. The dimensions of Kauffman Stadium can humble a power hitter, can reduce their ferocious drives into a harmless flyballs, can send batters grumbling back to their dugout cursing this park's architects. Brandon Moss is not one of these...
  • Antioch grad Paul DeJong of Illinois State a likely MLB draft pick

    Antioch grad Paul DeJong of Illinois State a likely MLB draft pick
    A year ago, Grant senior catcher Simeon Lucas was picked in the seventh round — No. 218 overall — by the Cleveland Indians in the Major League Baseball draft of high school and college players. Lucas signed a pro contract, foregoing...
  • Pregame notes: Hardy slated to return Friday, next step for Norris and lineups

    Pregame notes: Hardy slated to return Friday, next step for Norris and lineups
    As the Orioles complete their four-game series at Minute Maid Park this afternoon, they hope to avoid being swept in a four-game series for the first time since Sept. 20-23, 2013, a series in Tampa Bay that all but killed their playoff hopes two years...
  • Orioles notebook: Brian Matusz's appeal heard, Alejandro De Aza traded

    Orioles notebook: Brian Matusz's appeal heard, Alejandro De Aza traded
    Orioles left-hander Brian Matusz's suspension appeal was heard Wednesday morning in a conference room at Minute Maid Park. During the one-hour hearing, Matusz appealed the eight-game ban handed down from Major League Baseball for allegedly having a...
  • Royals' bats wake up for an inning in 4-2 win over Indians

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. From the first pitch, the Royals were determined to not bring the same offensive futility that had sent them into a recent spiral. Alcides Escobar got around on Indians pitcher Corey Kluber's sinker and sent a shot up the left field line...
  • Sam Mellinger: After blown call, baseball's replay system in need of review

    Alcides Escobar ties his shoes in the corner of the Royals' clubhouse. He is ready to leave this place, to get home, even if he'll carry the frustration at least until he falls asleep. The guy was out. Escobar feels this in his heart and is certain of it...
  • Businesses lost their incentive to move to Illinois before this

    Businesses lost their incentive to move to Illinois before this
    Responding to Illinois' financial mess, Gov. Bruce Rauner has ordered there be no economic incentives offered to lure new businesses here. Frankly the financial mess and lack of leadership already eliminated most incentive for anyone to move here anyway....
  • Q&A: Mark Gonzales' Cubs mailbag

    Q&A: Mark Gonzales' Cubs mailbag
    What can Cubs do to cure Kris Bryant of his double-pumping before throwing to first? Bench him every time he does it? --Terry, Goshen, Ind. It’s taken longer that I thought. Benching is a little severe, but all it takes is one player to beat out...
  • Orioles notebook: MRI on J.J. Hardy's left oblique comes back clean

    Orioles notebook: MRI on J.J. Hardy's left oblique comes back clean
    J.J. Hardy missed his second straight game Tuesday with what appears to be a mild left oblique injury, but the Orioles' All-Star shortstop has reason to be optimistic that the injury won't sideline him for long. During batting practice Tuesday, Hardy...
  • Good day for White Sox, who are coming out of hibernation

    Good day for White Sox, who are coming out of hibernation
    White Sox manager Robin Ventura looked a little different before Monday night's 2-1 10-inning victory over the Indians at U.S. Cellular Field, but it was hard to put a finger on exactly why that was. "Got a haircut," he said. No, that wasn't it....
  • FLASHBACK: In 1990, four Andrettis are in the starting grid of the Miller 200

    FLASHBACK: In 1990, four Andrettis are in the starting grid of the Miller 200
    A weekly look back at sports in the Lehigh Valley, in anniversaries of multiples of five years. June 1 2000—Emmaus sweeps the District 11 Class 3A softball and baseball championships, beating Parkland 2-0 behind Shannon Williams' two-hitter...