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  • College Baseball: Lions double up Grace

    The Vanguard University baseball team opened a 6-1 lead, then held on for an 8-4 nonconference victory over visiting Grace University on Wednesday. Or, as Vanguard Coach Rob Pegg likes to call it: a blowout. The Lions (16-6) are quite used to grinding...
  • Bid, bid, bid for the home team (jerseys) nets success for Lehigh Valley Phantoms, IronPigs

    At the end of the seventh inning for six Triple-A Lehigh Valley IronPigs home games a season, employees working the jersey auction tables on the Coca-Cola Park concourse once had to do their best WWE imitations. They had to wrestle clipboards and pens...
  • Revived at 25, Negro Leagues Baseball Museum strives to preserve, fill in fading history

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. It's easy "to fall in love with the romanticism" of the Negro Leagues, Bob Kendrick said. And the vibrant cast and vivid tales have been not merely preserved but animated by the efforts of the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum, which has...
  • On first official day of workouts, Chris Davis hopes to 'put all this stuff behind me'

    On first official day of workouts, Chris Davis hopes to 'put all this stuff behind me'
    The last time Orioles first baseman Chris Davis was here in Sarasota, it seemed like he was as far away from the postseason spotlight as he could be. Davis was playing in front of sparse crowds in instructional league games while serving a 25-game...
  • Angels' Mike Trout outlines goals for 2015

    Angels' Mike Trout outlines goals for 2015
    Mike Trout joined the Angels for their first full-squad workout Wednesday with two clear goals for 2015: cut down his strikeouts and increase his stolen bases. The center fielder was a unanimous choice for American League most valuable player last season,...
  • Angels' Joe Smith and Huston Street are artful relievers

    Angels' Joe Smith and Huston Street are artful relievers
    They're slingshot-wielding relievers in a game of flame throwers, two stick-and-move artists among punch-out specialists. Angels closer Huston Street and setup man Joe Smith won't wow you with stuff. Street mixes a 90-mph fastball with a slider and...
  • Giants reliever Hunter Strickland learning to compose himself

    SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. Hunter Strickland admits it still irks him a bit that people remember all the home runs he gave up during the 2014 postseason but don't recall the big outs he got that helped propel the Giants' World Series run. The big difference now...
  • Royals working on two-year contract for reliever Kelvin Herrera

    As the Royals head to the final stretch of their sizable slate of arbitration cases, they are closing in on a two-year contract with reliever Kelvin Herrera, according to people familiar with the situation. The deal is believed to be worth $4.15 million,...
  • Shields, Padres finalize $75 million, 4-year contact, biggest for free agent in club history

    James Shields lives in an exclusive enclave in northern San Diego County in the offseason, so he followed with interest as Padres general manager A.J. Preller revamped the roster with big-name position players. On Wednesday, the workhorse right-hander...
  • Ex-Royals slugger Mike Sweeney, Angels coach Dino Ebel to hold clinic

    Ex-Royals slugger Mike Sweeney, Angels coach Dino Ebel to hold clinic
    Angels bench coach Dino Ebel and former major leaguer Mike Sweeney will be among the instructors at a baseball clinic this Sunday at the Iron Spikes Training facility in Upland. Milwaukee Brewers minor leaguer Jordan Swaydan, former St. Louis...
  • Closer David Robertson gives White Sox a sense of well-being

    Closer David Robertson gives White Sox a sense of well-being
    GLENDALE, Ariz. — A strong hint of cow manure wafted over the back fields at Camelback Ranch on Friday, prompting a White Sox executive to ask head groundskeeper Roger Bossard: "What's that smell?" Fortunately, the scent was coming from a farm a...