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  • Tigers lose to Reds on walkoff grand slam in 13th inning

    CINCINNATI Miguel Cabrera hit a home run. There was a rain delay. Tyler Collins hit a pinch-hit home run. The Detroit Tigers bullpen blew two leads. One came on a ball hit off second base. Aroldis Chapman threw hard. There were extra innings. A perfect...
  • Royals, mascot Sluggerrr face civil case in hot dog injury

    Royals, mascot Sluggerrr face civil case in hot dog injury
    Jurors have begun deliberations in a lawsuit against the Kansas City Royals by a man who was struck in the eye by a foil-wrapped hotdog flung by the team's mascot. John Coomer of Overland Park, Kansas, says he suffered a detached retina at a 2009 Royals...
  • Plaintiff won't appeal ruling after jury decides neither Kansas City Royals nor man hurt by hot dog thrown by mascot at fault

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Neither the Kansas City Royals nor a man who was struck in the eye with a foil-wrapped hot dog in 2009 were at fault, a western Missouri jury said Wednesday in a case seen as a challenge to the long-held "baseball rule."...
  • Murray leaves Phantoms to join Sabres' staff

    Murray leaves Phantoms to join Sabres' staff
    There will be a new coach behind the Phantoms bench next season after Terry Murray left to become an assistant for the Buffalo Sabres. … Here's five golfers to watch as the U.S. Open begins today at Chambers Bay. … On the day the Phillies...
  • Royals beat Brewers as Yost becomes winningest manager in club history

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. Ned Yost slung his left elbow along a dugout railing and propped his chin in his hand, like a baseball sculpture by Rodin, as tension simmered inside Kauffman Stadium. It was 9:33 p.m., and a game with the lowly Brewers hung in doubt. All...
  • Orioles notebook: Buck Showalter now fifth-longest tenured manager in majors

    Orioles notebook: Buck Showalter now fifth-longest tenured manager in majors
    Orioles manager Buck Showalter has been climbing the milestone ladder pretty consistently this year. Following Thursday's loss in Philadelphia, Showalter is still just two wins away from tying Hall of Famer Cap Anson for 32nd all time with 1,295. This...
  • Neuqua grad Nick Blackburn, Naperville Central's Shane Conlon drafted

    Neuqua grad Nick Blackburn, Naperville Central's Shane Conlon drafted
    Two days after striking out the eventual top pick in the 2015 Major League Baseball draft, Illinois junior right-hander Nick Blackburn got his own draft moment to celebrate. Blackburn, a 2012 Neuqua Valley graduate, was taken by the New York Mets with...
  • Buck Showalter on the contagious power of great defense

    Buck Showalter on the contagious power of great defense
    Orioles manager Buck Showalter was asked before Thursday's series finale against the Boston Red Sox whether a dynamic defensive performance, like the one that helped the Orioles stifle Boston on Wednesday, can give a struggling offense a lift. Showalter...
  • Gordon currently not having contract discussions with Royals

    His right wrist still feels sore some days, a reminder of offseason surgery, but Alex Gordon has grown used to it. He plays a leadership role on the Royals, the defending American League champions and the owners of the A.L.'s best record, and he felt...
  • Joey Gallo more at ease after first week with Rangers

    OAKLAND, Calif. The first week of what is planned to be a three-week get-his-feet-wet tour of the major leagues came to an end Tuesday night for rookie slugger Joey Gallo. Including his debut, in which he homered, drove in four runs and made some fans...
  • Royals roll over Twins, complete sweep with 7-2 victory

    MINNEAPOLIS The curveball skittered in the dirt, too deceptive for the bat of Twins first baseman Joe Mauer, too rambunctious for the glove of Royals catcher Salvador Perez. Perez blocked the baseball with his legs and let it rest. Mauer hung his head....