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  • Angels' Mike Scioscia reaches detente with Kansas City Royals' Ned Yost

    Kansas City Manager Ned Yost has been a lightning rod for criticism, his infatuation with the sacrifice bunt infuriating many Royals fans, and his ill-fated decision to replace starter James Shields with rookie Yordano Ventura in the sixth inning of...
  • Twins fire Ron Gardenhire; search for successor starts Tuesday

    MINNEAPOLIS -- The Minnesota Twins, in the midst of the worst four-year span since the franchise moved to Minnesota in 1961, parted ways with long-time manager Ron Gardenhire Monday. Gardenhire, the 2010 American League Manager of the Year, led the team...
  • Out of options, Orioles left-hander Zach Britton has flourished in closer's role

    Out of options, Orioles left-hander Zach Britton has flourished in closer's role
    Orioles left-hander Zach Britton won't lie about it. Yes, in the past year, he considered what it would be like to wear a different uniform, to get a second chance elsewhere. Heading into last fall, Britton had struggled through consecutive rocky...
  • Crockett succeeds in his role as a relief specialist for the Cleveland Indians

     Crockett succeeds in his role as a relief specialist for the Cleveland Indians
    Kyle Crockett’s first call-up to the Cleveland Indians on May 16 had that once-in-a-lifetime feeling of joy repeated dozens of times a season at minor-league baseball parks, but which never gets old. As he prepared to step onto the bus for a trip...
  • If There's A Crowded Field, It's Got To Be Cricket

    If There's A Crowded Field, It's Got To Be Cricket
    About 25 years ago, Ashok Chakraborty completed his doctorate in India and came to the U.S. where he became a research scientist at Yale University. In those early years, the things he particularly missed included cricket, which he had played from the age...
  • Struggling Braves fire GM Frank Wren

    The Atlanta Braves fired general manager Frank Wren on Monday, one day after the team was officially eliminated from playoff contention. John Hart, the former general manager of the Cleveland Indians and Texas Rangers, was named interim GM. Wren, 56,...
  • No World Cup? No problem as soccer attendance continues to soar

    No World Cup? No problem as soccer attendance continues to soar
    A month after the U.S. was eliminated from the World Cup, the country's new-found passion for soccer showed no signs of ebbing, with 10 soccer games drawing a higher average attendance, then 15 major league baseball games on Saturday. According to...
  • Yankees' Jeter, beloved as symbol of what is good in the game

    From an era of muscle-bound sluggers tarnished by doping scandals, New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter emerged as a symbol of what is good in baseball, the ultimate winner of his generation. Jeter will play his last regular season home game in the...
  • Left-handed relief pitcher atop Orioles' list as trade deadline nears

    Left-handed relief pitcher atop Orioles' list as trade deadline nears
    As the nonwaiver trade deadline approaches Thursday at 4 p.m., the Orioles are focused on acquiring a mid-level starter and a left-handed reliever, as well as a potential upgrade offensively at either second base or catcher. The club has talked to...
  • Around MLB

    American League Central Division White Sox: Chris Sale lowers ERA to 1.99. Last Sox pitcher to lead AL in ERA was Joel Horlen (2.06 in 1967.) Indians: Posting a 1.49 ERA in 10 second-half starts, Corey Kluber establishes himself as an elite pitcher....
  • MLB's second wild card still senseless

    Pointed questions about the implementation of the second wild card don't faze outgoing Major League Baseball commissioner Bud Selig — a fringe benefit one supposes, of Selig being the creator of the wild card as a mode of entry into the MLB...