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  • Barnes, Springer To Run Little League Baseball Clinic In Newtown

    Barnes, Springer To Run Little League Baseball Clinic In Newtown
    Matt Barnes finished the season with the Red Sox at Fenway Park. But he is not forgetting his roots. Barnes, from Bethel, and his former UConn teammate, George Springer, who is on the Astros, are going to run a clinic for Little Leaguers at the Newtown...
  • Christian Bergman looks back on rookie season as learning experience

    Christian Bergman looks back on rookie season as learning experience
    During a conversation in regards to his first season in Major League Baseball, Christian Bergman interrupts himself. “It seems like I’m saying ‘learning’ a whole lot,” he joked. Indeed, from his days at St. Francis High...
  • Clayton Kershaw edges Mike Trout as Sporting News player of year

    Clayton Kershaw edges Mike Trout as Sporting News player of year
    For the second time this week, Clayton Kershaw was honored as the major league player of the year. The Sporting News announced Kershaw as its winner Thursday, two days after Baseball America did the same. Kershaw edged Mike Trout for the Sporting News...
  • County supports spending up to $135M to build new baseball stadium

    County supports spending up to $135M to build new baseball stadium
    If you pay for it, they will come. Even before deciding where to build a new baseball stadium, Palm Beach County commissioners Tuesday endorsed spending up to $135 million on creating a local field of dreams intended to attract two more spring training...
  • Jerome Williams agrees to one-year contract extension with Phillies

    Jerome Williams agrees to one-year contract extension with Phillies
    With Cole Hamels being the only reliable starter the Philadelphia Phillies could pencil in to their 2015 rotation at season's end, the team had its work cut out for them this offseason. The Phillies took their first step to fill out the rest of that...
  • Andrew Friedman will have a different business model with the Dodgers

    Andrew Friedman will have a different business model with the Dodgers
    Evan Longoria was in the major leagues for less than a week when Andrew Friedman signed him to a contract guaranteed for $17.5 million. In addition to saving the Tampa Bay Rays millions of dollars in the arbitration process, Friedman's foresight has...
  • 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...
  • County considering revamped stadium deal

    County considering revamped stadium deal
    Trimming construction costs while also dipping deeper into local tourism taxes could help pay for another spring training baseball stadium in Palm Beach County, according to a new proposal. The county is trying to work out a deal that could bring the...
  • Former Orioles second baseman Brian Roberts retires

    Former Orioles second baseman Brian Roberts retires
    Brian Roberts, a two-time All Star and fan favorite who spent all but one year of his 14-season career with the Orioles, has retired from baseball. Roberts, who turned 37 this month, was released by the New York Yankees in August after hitting .237 in...
  • West Palm Beach wavering on baseball stadium deal

    West Palm Beach wavering on baseball stadium deal
    The city of West Palm Beach is playing hardball with backers of a proposed baseball stadium that could bring two new spring training teams to Palm Beach County. City commissioners Tuesday opted to pursue a competing development deal for the proposed...
  • Cubs hire John Mallee as hitting coach

    Cubs hire John Mallee as hitting coach
    PHOENIX -- John Mallee is delighted to be returning to Chicago, and his homecoming can be even sweeter if he can connect with a group of young, strikeout-prone Cubs hitters. Thursday, the Cubs announced the hiring of the Chicago native as part of...