| May 1, 2008
Even after taking part in a half-century of opening days, Brooks Robinson still gobbles them up like a hard smash to third.
Tomorrow night, the former player and broadcaster will experience the first pitch from a different point of view: as owner of...
| Oct 11, 2009
| 1:29 PM
Reporting from Boston -- The Angels were one out from an extra night in Boston. But now they're on to either Minnesota or New York after staging an improbable two-out ninth-inning rally against one of the game's best closers to beat the Boston Red Sox, 7-...
| Nov 4, 2009
They pulled a ceremonial yellow ribbon from the front door, but the color most talked about at the new Houston FBI Headquarters is green.
"It's been called the Emerald City or the Green Monster," FBI Director, Robert Mueller said.
Mueller attended the...
| Jul 3, 2009
A double inside the line and a fan going over the line were very helpful for the Seattle Mariners on Friday night.
Rob Johnson doubled down the right-field line, scoring two runs in the 11th inning and the Mariners beat the Boston Red Sox 7-6.
| Jul 4, 2009
Seattle closer David Aardsma is a lot like the rest of the Mariners. He wasn't expected to do a lot this season.
Chris Woodward's bases-loaded pop up in the ninth inning dropped behind a partially draw-in infield to score the go-ahead run, lifting...
| Mar 15, 2009
Green is good, at least when it comes to the environment and to the dyeing of the Chicago River this weekend. So enjoy St. Patrick's Day with a green beer, but don't get too green around the gills.
1. The green card, a permanent residency card for...
| May 10, 1991
Cal Ripken Jr. has played 1,436 consecutive games, but Ernie Tyler's streak puts his to shame. Tyler, the Orioles' field attendant, has worked 2,499 straight games at Memorial Stadium. His streak began Opening Day 1960 -- four months before Ripken Jr. was...
| Mar 22, 1992
ARCHITECTURE REVIEW You'll see it in the red brick walls and arches that surround the playing field.
You'll see it in the Camden Green logo of the 1890s Baltimore Baseball Club, emblazoned at the end of each row of seats.
You'll see it in the vintage...