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  • McCutchen leads Pirates to 10-2 win against Brewers

    MILWAUKEE Andrew McCutchen illustrated the difference his presence in the lineup makes in drastic fashion Sunday afternoon, hitting the go-ahead homer as the Pirates beat the Milwaukee Brewers, 10-2, at Miller Park. McCutchen's homer gave the Pirates a...
  • On The Fly: Spieth Completes Record Week At Masters

    The greatest weekend of golf, perhaps in the history of the game considering the venue and circumstances, ended on Sunday when Jordan Spieth, just 21 years old, walked off the 18th green at Augusta National with a record-tying 18-under at the Masters....
  • Tigers sweep Indians, still unbeaten

    CLEVELAND Miguel Cabrera hit two home runs and went 4-for-4 with four RBIs to help the Detroit Tigers complete a three-game sweep of the Indians. Cabrera destroyed Cleveland pitching all weekend. He went 11-for-14 with six RBIs, plus a stolen base in...
  • Indians' catcher Yan Gomes to miss 6-8 weeks with MCL sprain

    Indians catcher Yan Gomes will miss six to eight weeks with a moderate sprain of the medial collateral ligament in his right knee, the team announced. Gomes was injured on a force play at the plate in the ninth inning of Saturday's 9-6 loss to the...
  • LEADING OFF: Sale comes off DL; Verlander tests arm

    A look at what's happening all around the major leagues today: ___ SALE DAY The White Sox are upbeat as ace Chris Sale returns from a broken right foot to make his season debut with Chicago going for a second straight win after dropping its first four....
  • Tigers score 4 runs in 9th to seal 9-6 win over Indians

    The Tigers' bullpen nearly cost them the game. The Indians' bullpen was worse, though. Indians right-hander Cody Allen gave up back-to-back walks to Andrew Romine and Rajai Davis in the top of the ninth. Ian Kinsler followed with an RBI single to right...
  • Ballpark food, DIY-style

    Ballpark food, DIY-style
    Spring has been a total tease this year—how many times have we collectively thought “OK, that’s it for winter FINALLY!” and the next day the fucking harbor is frozen?—but I think now for really real we might be out of the...
  • Obama Watches Princeton Women Start NCAA Tourney Right

    The Princeton women's basketball team remained unbeaten, opening the NCAA Tournament with an 80-70 win over Green Bay Saturday in College Park, Md. The No. 9 seed Tigers may be shaping up as America's Team in this tournament, so why not have America's...
  • White Sox not panicking over 0-4 start but need to show some urgency

    White Sox not panicking over 0-4 start but need to show some urgency
    The Black-and-Blue Sox came into their home debut Friday with three straight losses in Kansas City, but the panic button wasn't on anyone's mind. "I haven't seen any anxiety, to be honest with you, on Twitter and social media," center fielder Adam Eaton...
  • 87-year-old Cubs fan: At least he has 1945 World Series memory

    87-year-old Cubs fan: At least he has 1945 World Series memory
    Drought? You bet. During a spring when California Gov. Jerry Brown declared his state a drought disaster area, Cubs fans, even the ones in California, don’t need to explain what a drought is. No World Series appearances since 1945? That’...
  • Tigers' hot start continues with 8-4 win over Indians

    CLEVELAND The Tigers continue to beat up on American League Central foes. After completing a three-game sweep of the Twins in Detroit, the Tigers pounded out 13 hits and five runs off Indians starter Zach McAllister on a windy afternoon at Progressive...