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  • Burroughs baseball looks to continue success in CIF playoffs

    Burroughs baseball looks to continue success in CIF playoffs
    Burroughs High’s baseball team put together one of the most successful regular season showings in program history. The Indians surpassed the 20-win plateau, clinched their first Pacific League championship and first league title since 1997. Now,...
  • After scary head injury, Charle Rosario projects as RailCats' ace

    After scary head injury, Charle Rosario projects as RailCats' ace
    GARY — By the time he could react, it was too late. He never had a chance. The line drive screamed toward the dugout and struck Charle Rosario — who was standing along the railing — on the side of the head above his left eye. He...
  • Windy City ThunderBolts like new turf at Standard Bank Stadium

    Windy City ThunderBolts like new turf at Standard Bank Stadium
    Max White calls himself an "old school guy." Nonetheless, the Windy City ThunderBolts' utility man has an appreciation for the benefits of a turf baseball field. "I'm kind of a traditionalist and I like the real grass, but I like the new turf," he...
  • ThunderBolts' Jacob Tanis focusing on bounce-back season

    ThunderBolts' Jacob Tanis focusing on bounce-back season
    Jacob Tanis' fall from the top of the Frontier League mountain was a sudden one. Tanis was the league's Most Valuable Player in 2013, when he hit .264 with 17 home runs and 72 RBIs for the Florence Freedom. As much of a high point as that season was...
  • Root, root, root, for the home teams

    If you love baseball but your wallet can't handle taking the family to a major league game, there are plenty of other options. The Chicago area is home to several professional baseball teams that aren't the Cubs or the White Sox. In addition to not...
  • Root, root, root, for the home teams

     Root, root, root, for the home teams
    If you love baseball but your wallet can't handle taking the family to a major league game, there are plenty of other options. The Chicago suburbs are home to six professional baseball teams that aren't the Cubs or the White Sox. In addition to not...
  • Former Arkansas wide receiver Carlton Salters catching on with RailCats

    Former Arkansas wide receiver Carlton Salters catching on with RailCats
    GARY — It's not as if Carlton Salters never played baseball. Far from it. He started playing when he was 3. He was a two-time second team All-State selection in high school in Tallahassee, Fla. He attended showcases and played travel ball. He...
  • Right-hander Ethan Elias getting his chance in Cougars' rotation

    After spending a year in Central Illinois pitching for the independent Frontier League Normal CornBelters last year, Cougars pitcher Ethan Elias went back home to Canada not knowing where he would spend 2015. In February, he flew to Arizona to throw a...
  • Slammers spring into action with exhibition opener against Schaumburg

    Slammers spring into action with exhibition opener against Schaumburg
    The sounds of a train pulling into the station next to Silver Cross Field and Engine No. 1 leaving the firehouse beyond the left-field wall have been rejoined by the crack of the bat in batting practice. Spring training is underway for the 2015 Joliet...
  • Four players invited back for evaluation as RailCats hold open tryout

    Four players invited back for evaluation as RailCats hold open tryout
    GARY — Having done his homework and seeking an opportunity, Josh Henderson drove from the Hampton Roads area of Virginia to participate in the RailCats' tryout at the Steel Yard. And the former Dodgers farmhand impressed enough on Saturday to...
  • Thunderbolts' asset likely to be pitching depth

    Thunderbolts' asset likely to be pitching depth
    Windy City ThunderBolts manager Ron Biga feels he has 20 quality pitchers with the team for spring training. So the biggest battles to make the final roster will take place on the mound over the next two weeks. "We're really happy with the group of...