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  • It is pitch-black and I am riding a bike through the Sonoran desert in Arizona.

    It is pitch-black and I am riding a bike through the Sonoran desert in Arizona.
    Good thing my bike has a light and I'm on a paved trail -- a golf cart trail at the expansive (some 1,300 acres) Boulders Resort in Scottsdale, known for its distinctive giant boulders that look like granite snowmen. The boulders have been here for...
  • Bay Rivers District baseball: Lafayette favored again, in what should be a tight race with Grafton and Jamestown

    Bay Rivers District baseball: Lafayette favored again, in what should be a tight race with Grafton and Jamestown
    There are numerous methods for measuring the quality and depth of Bay Rivers District baseball, starting with three guys who played together in the district in 2008 and saw time in Major League Baseball exhibition games the past week or two: Bruton grad...
  • Day trips from the Lehigh Valley

    DAY TRIPPIN' •"Joseph," Sight & Sound Theatre, lunch at Shady Maple, May 28. $99. "Ever After," Papermill Playhouse, lunch at Charlie Brown's, June 18. $98. Operation Sunshine, Dick, 610-435-9155. •911 Museum, Zabar's, free time in New York,...
  • White Sox newcomers David Robertson, J.B. Shuck getting job done

    White Sox newcomers David Robertson, J.B. Shuck getting job done
    GLENDALE, Ariz. — After a horrible outing on Will Ferrell Night, new White Sox closer David Robertson promised manager Robin Ventura he'd be better the next time. Robertson got through a scoreless inning on Sunday against the Angels but only after...
  • Jimmy Rollins looks ready to deliver in Dodgers' 7-2 win

    Jimmy Rollins looks ready to deliver in Dodgers' 7-2 win
    Jimmy Rollins is 36 and can’t change that. He struck out 100 times in 538 at-bats last season, and he can’t change that, either. If you’re trying to be cautiously optimistic that he is still a high-caliber shortstop who can manufacture...
  • Historic footage gives glimpse into 1930s-style basketball

    Historic footage gives glimpse into 1930s-style basketball
    Seated in front of a computer that wasn't his, Al Vogler leaned forward, squinting at the grainy footage on the screen. Gradually, his eyes brightened. His right hand rose from the table, throwing a thumbs-up. "I know these guys!" he said, grinning...
  • Spring training: Dodgers 3, Reds 3

    Spring training: Dodgers 3, Reds 3
    AT THE PLATE: Joc Pederson had two hits, stole a base and scored his team-high sixth run of the spring, lifting his Cactus League average to .421. Pederson, who homered to account for the Dodgers' only run Thursday, has had multiple hits in three games...
  • Tsuyoshi Wada hurt in Cubs' 7-4 loss

    Tsuyoshi Wada hurt in Cubs' 7-4 loss
    Indians 7, Cubs 4 Spring record: 1-8-1 The summary: In a split-squad game at Sloan Park, the Cubs never recovered from 6-1 deficit after four innings. Their pitching staff was stretched after Tsuyoshi Wada reinjured his groin after allowing a run in...
  • Next group of baseball stars is ready to emerge at Grant

    One of the measuring sticks for high school baseball programs is its ability to develop players to compete at the next level. Using that standard, Grant measures up quite well under Dave Behm, who is beginning his sixth season as head coach. Last...
  • Orioles manager Buck Showalter taking gnome night in stride

    Orioles manager Buck Showalter taking gnome night in stride
    The Orioles released their 2015 regular-season promotions schedule Tuesday, and the list of giveaways is highlighted by the Buck Showalter garden gnome promotion on June 27 against the Cleveland Indians. Showalter was asked about the promotion following...
  • Mark Grudzielanek getting ready to take Kane County Cougars' helm

    Mark Grudzielanek getting ready to take Kane County Cougars' helm
    Fellow players always told Mark Grudzielanek that their main regret when they looked back on their careers is that they didn't spend enough time with their families. So when Grudzielanek's major-league career came to an end after a brief stint with...