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  • Tigers' Victor Martinez likely to return Friday

    CINCINNATI Victor Martinez is in New York City. And all signs are pointing toward the Detroit Tigers' designated hitter being activated off the 15-day disabled list for Friday night's game against the New York Yankees. Manager Brad Ausmus talked to...
  • Baseball: More Pirates drafted

    Former Orange Coast College baseball players Kyle Dowdy and Zach Nehrir were also selected in last week's Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft. Kyle Dowdy, a right-handed pitcher who last played for OCC in 2013, was taken in the 12th round (No....
  • Indians top Cubs in rain-delayed game, 4-3

    CLEVELAND The Indians worked around two rain delays and beat the Chicago Cubs 4-3 Thursday night. After losing Wednesday night's thrashing, 17-0, the Indians grabbed an early lead Thursday. Jason Kipnis walked, Francisco Lindor singled and Michael...
  • Kyle Schwarber latest in Cubs line of rookies off to fast starts

    Kyle Schwarber latest in Cubs line of rookies off to fast starts
    The hit parade began Aug. 5 when Javier Baez cranked a game-winning home run in his Cubs debut. It continued three weeks later when Jorge Soler homered in his first at-bat and became the third major-league player since 1900 with at least one extra-...
  • Thursday's recap: Indians 4, Cubs 3

    Thursday's recap: Indians 4, Cubs 3
    The summary The Indians beat the Cubs 4-3 Thursday night at Progressive Field to split the two-game series. Giovanny Urshela's game-winning single off Justin Grimm in the seventh inning did the trick. The Cubs were 35-28 coming in, their best start...
  • Indians avoid sweep against Mariners, win 6-0

    CLEVELAND Indians rookie third baseman Giovanny Urshela had himself quite a day Thursday in the Indians' 6-0 win over the Mariners at Progressive Field, even if his family wasn't able to stay and see any of it. Urshela is from Colombia, and his family...
  • Seager powers Mariners' 9-3 romp over Indians

    CLEVELAND Entering Wednesday, the Mariners hadn't scored more than three runs in a game since May 27. The 13-game streak was the longest in team history, the most ignominious in the American League since the early 1970s, when the '72 Rangers made it 14....
  • Baseball: More local players selected in MLB Draft

    Baseball: More local players selected in MLB Draft
    Former Orange Coast College first baseman Chris Iriart topped area players selected on the third day of the Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft on Wednesday. Iriart, who hit 15 home runs to help the University of Houston host its own regional,...
  • As 2015 MLB draft ends, look to 2016 begins

    As 2015 MLB draft ends, look to 2016 begins
    Jupiter's Mack Lemieux was the first area player to go on Day 3 of the MLB draft. The left-handed pitcher was drafted in the 14th round by the Washington Nationals. "My phone was actually dead when it happened," Lemieux said of getting the call. "I just...
  • On All-Star Game ballot, Royals fans are happily voting along party lines, repeatedly

    Jeremy Cummings from Raymore, Kan., cast his All-Star Game ballot the allowed 35 times and stuffed it with Royals players. Then he went to another email account and repeated the process, voting another Royals straight ticket. Zach Owen from Springfield,...
  • LeBron has Cleveland believing a championship is near

    High above downtown, there's no visible evidence of a painful 51-year professional sports championship drought — the longest for any major U.S. city. Atop Terminal Tower, 42 stories over revitalized Cleveland, heartbreak and curses don't exist....