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  • Former Stetson pitchers thrive in majors

    Former Stetson pitchers thrive in majors
    By the time Jacob deGrom arrived at Stetson in 2008, Corey Kluber already had been drafted by the San Diego Padres. They don't know each other, except by reputation, but those who follow Major League Baseball likely are familiar with the former Hatters....
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Dodgers issues: Keep Ned Colletti? And what's Don Mattingly's status?

    Dodgers issues: Keep Ned Colletti? And what's Don Mattingly's status?
    Dodger Stadium sat empty Wednesday, the postseason logos already starting to fade in the grass. The Dodgers would have preferred to play Game 5 of the National League division series on their home field Thursday. Instead, the focus shifts from the field...
  • Who do you think was Dan Duquette's best acquisition with the Orioles so far?

    Who do you think was Dan Duquette's best acquisition with the Orioles so far?
    An article that I wrote for Tuesday’s newspaper is about reliever Andrew Miller, who has been absolutely filthy in the playoffs after pitching exceptionally well since the Orioles acquired him for left-handed pitching prospect Eduardo Rodriguez at...
  • With 2-1 win, Orioles sweep Tigers to advance to AL Championship Series

    With 2-1 win, Orioles sweep Tigers to advance to AL Championship Series
    DETROIT -- Buck Showalter has played postseason chess several times before, and like most participants as confident as he is, he has lost more times than not. But in the Orioles’ triumphant American League Division Series sweep of the Detroit...
  • Orioles' Bud Norris 'did quite well' in his first playoff appearance

    Orioles' Bud Norris 'did quite well' in his first playoff appearance
    DETROIT — Since the moment right-hander Bud Norris joined the Orioles in a trade last July, he has talked about pitching in the playoffs. The chatty 29-year-old finally received the chance Sunday on a blistery afternoon at Comerica Park against...
  • For Bud Norris, postseason start is 'pretty much what you dream for'

    For Bud Norris, postseason start is 'pretty much what you dream for'
    DETROIT — Because he has spent most of his six-season career with the Houston Astros, Orioles right-hander Bud Norris has never had the opportunity to pitch in the postseason. That changes Sunday, when Norris will start Game 3 of the American League...