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  • After a slow start, Lehigh Valley IronPigs infielder Cord Phelps coming on strong

    After a slow start, Lehigh Valley IronPigs infielder Cord Phelps coming on strong
    Cord Phelps called himself a late bloomer coming out of high school, so he opened college doors with a tremendous academic resume. "I knew I'd have to get in on my grades," Phelps recalled. "I walked on with confidence in myself and earned a spot and...
  • Reds manager Bryan Price ejected even before game begins

    Cincinnati Reds manager Bryan Price was ejected Saturday before the game against Cleveland began. Price was thrown out by crew chief Jim Reynolds after the lineup cards were exchanged. The two had a lengthy heated argument that continued as the Indians...
  • Cincinnati Reds Manager Bryan Price ejected before start of game

    Cincinnati Reds Manager Bryan Price ejected before start of game
    Perhaps Cincinnati Reds Manager Bryan Price should try to wait until the game actually starts before getting mad at the umpires. Price was ejected before the start of Saturday's game between the Reds and the host Cleveland Indians after getting into...
  • Indians stay hot, roll to 7-3 victory vs. Reds

    CLEVELAND Brandon Moss supplied much of the Indians' offense in their 7-3 win against the Cincinnati Reds Friday night at Progressive Field, marking their fourth consecutive win. Moss went 2-for-3 with a home run his seventh of the season a double and...
  • Jenkins vs. Gibson was always a treat to watch

    Jenkins vs. Gibson was always a treat to watch
    It’s not even June, but the Giants’ Madison Bumgarner and the Dodgers’ Clayton Kershaw faced off for the third time already on Thursday at AT&T Park. The Giants won for the third time, as Bumgarner outpitched Kershaw and homered off...
  • Crunching the numbers for Cubs, White Sox

    Crunching the numbers for Cubs, White Sox
    The approaching Memorial Day weekend means baseball players on teams off to bad starts finally can stop saying, “It’s still early.” One quarter of the major-league season has passed, enough time to assess everyone’s strengths and...
  • Big-league education just starting for Carlos Rodon

     Big-league education just starting for Carlos Rodon
    Carlos Rodon left college at North Carolina State about a year ago, but his big-league education is still in its beginning stages. The test for the White Sox left-hander Wednesday night against the Indians at U.S. Cellular Field was to bounce back...
  • For these Rangers fans, autograph collectibles are more than a hobby

    They arrive long before the bustling begins. Globe Life Park is usually still a quiet, peaceful place when the small group begins to gather on the grass by some trees at the lip of the tunnel where Texas Rangers players and officials enter a parking...
  • Price chops: Jason Biggs sheds some digits in Hollywood Hills

    Price chops: Jason Biggs sheds some digits in Hollywood Hills
    Actor Jason Biggs of “Orange Is the New Black” fame and his wife, author Jennifer Mollen, have recast their home in Hollywood Hills West for $2.595 million, down more than 7% from the previous list price. The couple, having decamped to a new...
  • 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....
  • In tiny Brazilian restaurant, Royals' Paulo Orlando draws a crowd

    SAO PAULO On a recent Friday night in Sao Paulo, the Brazilian megalopolis where soccer is king, the 20 or so patrons crowded into a small hamburger joint in the Carandiru neighborhood offered a scene seldom witnessed here: fans intently watching a...