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  • Mariners resort to punchless ways in 6-2 loss to Houston

    SEATTLE It was a missed opportunity in the moment and overall. The Mariners came into Sunday's sun-drenched game at Safeco Field with a real chance to sweep the American League West-leading Astros. It was opportunity to gain back a little bit more of...
  • M's hire blast from past, use blasts from present to double up Astros, 6-3

    SEATTLE It's highly doubtful that having Edgar Martinez as their new hitting coach for less than five hours or his mere presence and aura in the dugout was the difference for the Mariners in their 6-3 win over the Astros. It doesn't work that way in...
  • Can the SEC resist turning to a life of cyber crime?

    Can the SEC resist turning to a life of cyber crime?
    Before he was famous, a young football coach would drive to the campus of that week's opponent. He'd go to the practice field, make sure nobody was looking and scurry up a tree. He'd sit on a branch, scribbling down formations and other valuable...
  • LEADING OFF: D'Arnaud and Sandoval hurting, Morton unbeaten

    A look at what's happening all around the major leagues today: ___ NOT AGAIN Mets catcher Travis d'Arnaud is hurting with a hyperextended left elbow. He was injured in a collision with Atlanta runner A.J. Pierzynski on Saturday night. D'Arnaud returned...
  • Gene Collier: Baseball's new form of DH is designated hacker

    As Major League Baseball continues to fold itself into still another conspicuous conduit of information technology, hurrying the game along the dubious track from wondrous sport to monstrous math problem, certain precautions need now be taken. Unless, of...
  • IronPigs are fathers, too – they just don't get a special day

    IronPigs are fathers, too – they just don't get a special day
    Dave Brundage was packed and headed out of his Gwinnett, Ga., house late last month, when his 11-year-old daughter, Baylor, gave him an envelope. "Dad, you're never home on Father's Day, so I made this [card] for you," she told him. "It breaks your...
  • The Times' Major League Baseball rankings

    The Times' Major League Baseball rankings
    Last week's ranking in parentheses, statistics are through Friday's games: 1. ST. LOUIS: The Cardinals lead the league in grit, wins and FBI investigations. (1) 2. KANSAS CITY: The Royals limit their hacking to the All-Star game vote. (3) 3....
  • Sideline Chatter: What are the chances this musical will be on thin ice?

    No need to say "Break a leg!" to these thespians. "Tonya & Nancy: The Rock Opera" based on the Harding-Kerrigan figure-skating knee whack in 1994 makes its Big Apple debut at the New York Musical Theatre Festival in July. Headline At TheOnion.com:...
  • Cal State Fullerton leads Vanderbilt, 3-0, in suspended game at CWS

    Cal State Fullerton leads Vanderbilt, 3-0, in suspended game at CWS
    Cal State Fullerton has a golden opportunity to snap a streak of losing five-straight College World Series games and their last three CWS openers. The Titans will resume the rain-postponed matchup at noon PDT on Monday with defending national champion...
  • Cardinals chairman DeWitt: 'Roguish' behavior to blame for hacking

    Cardinals chairman DeWitt: 'Roguish' behavior to blame for hacking
    St. Louis Cardinals chairman Bill DeWitt Jr. blamed "roguish behavior" for the team's involvement in the alleged hacking of the Houston Astros' player personnel database. DeWitt said Thursday the team was still investigating the matter but said no...
  • Internet transgressions causing unexpected heartburn in baseball world

    Internet transgressions causing unexpected heartburn in baseball world
    Technology took center stage in baseball last week with three separate but compelling storylines involving alleged database hacking by the Cardinals, Internet-voting irregularities benefiting the Royals and untimely Instagramming by Red Sox third...