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  • 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...
  • Paul Konerko: 'I grinded my way through it'

     Paul Konerko: 'I grinded my way through it'
    Midway through an interview reviewing his career, White Sox captain Paul Konerko glanced toward teammate Conor Gillaspie at a neighboring locker and asked for help. "Conor, you want to take that one for me?" Konerko asked. "What's my biggest...
  • Being Buck: Showalter enters postseason seeking first World Series appearance

    Being Buck: Showalter enters postseason seeking first World Series appearance
    Buck Showalter does not believe he's changed. Let's get that out of the way right off. In fact, he's suspicious of anyone applying a sweeping narrative of transformation to his current success as Orioles manager. "I think I'm just perceived different,...
  • Derek Jeter: For So Many, No. 2 Will Always Be No. 1

    Derek Jeter: For So Many, No. 2 Will Always Be No. 1
    NEW YORK — Ryan Tucker was a visitor at Yankee Stadium in June. He had just finished a long, arduous round of chemotherapy for treatment of a brain tumor and the prognosis was good as he was made an honorary Yankee during the team's "Hope Week."...
  • Cubs select Maryland pitcher in 2nd round

    Cubs select Maryland pitcher in 2nd round
    The Chicago Cubs addressed pitching as expected with their second pick of the amateur draft and might have saved themselves more money. Jake Stinnett, a senior pitcher from Maryland, was selected as the 45th overall pick. Stinnett, 22, is 7-6 with a 2....
  • Royals passed up on Buster Posey, Giants are glad they did

    If the Kansas City Royals lose this World Series, none of the decisions they are about to make will be as crucial as one they made six years ago. They could have had Buster Posey. With the third pick of the 2008 draft, the Royals picked first...
  • Mike Moustakas goes all out to help Royals reach the World Series

    Mike Moustakas goes all out to help Royals reach the World Series
    The eyes have it. That's what strikes Tom Meusborn, long-time baseball coach at Chatsworth High, as he watches replays of Kansas City third baseman Mike Moustakas diving into a dugout suite to make a spectacular catch of a foul popup in Game 3 of the...
  • Broward well represented in World Series with Morse, Hosmer

    A Giants-Royals World Series might not seem like the most appealing matchup for South Florida baseball fans. Yet plenty of Broward County aficionados will be tuned in, following a couple of native sons that helped their respective teams win pennants....
  • Pa. high school baseball could use a few rule tweaks

    The 2014 high school baseball season has reached its twilight. All but a handful of District 11 teams will be done playing by this morning. While Notre Dame-Green Pond and Parkland can still pursue a state title, most programs are already pointing...
  • Mike Trout's hometown fans take their loyalty on the road

     Mike Trout's hometown fans take their loyalty on the road
    Mike Trout has a routine before his first at-bat of each game, one from which he rarely deviates. The Angels center fielder walks briskly from the on-deck circle to the plate, taps the umpire and catcher on the shin guards with his bat and digs his foot...
  • JC Baseball: OCC twin aces mirror success

    JC Baseball: OCC twin aces mirror success
    Born six minutes apart, and sometimes undiscernible from the other even by their mother, twin brothers David and Jacob Hill took uniquely divergent paths to Orange Coast College. But this baseball season, in a most unlikely way, the pair of pitching aces'...