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  • Sideline Chatter: It's an age-old question on improving his golf game

    Ever hear of a golfer wanting to add strokes to his own scorecard? "I'm probably the only guy in the country who actually wants to be 50," 45-year-old Tim Herron, eager to join the Champions Tour, told the St. Paul (Minn.) Pioneer Press. "Can I skip 46,...
  • Shortstop Alexei Ramirez the constant among the retooled White Sox

    Shortstop Alexei Ramirez the constant among the retooled White Sox
    CLEVELAND — As the White Sox stripped down their team and rebuilt it over the last few seasons, there has been one constant on the field — Alexei Ramirez starting at shortstop in all but a few games each season. Since 2012, the Sox have...
  • Local Roundup for Thursday, April 16

    East Aurora swept the singles matches en route to a 5-2 boys tennis win over Elgin on Wednesday. Oscar Becerra, Matt Zinzer and Jesus Suarez won at first, second and third singles, respectively, for the Tomcats. East Aurora also had doubles victories...
  • Royals drop series finale to Twins 8-5 as defense breaks down

    MINNEAPOLIS On Monday evening, after their seventh victory in seven games, the Royals exited Target Field into the cool April air of the Twin Cities without a blemish on their season. They stood alone at the top of the American League Central. The...
  • Angels balance out the bullpen with two left-handed relievers

    Angels balance out the bullpen with two left-handed relievers
    Angels Manager Mike Scioscia summoned left-hander Jose Alvarez to face Eric Hosmer and Kendrys Morales in the eighth inning of a one-run game against the Kansas City Royals last Friday night. Alvarez retired Hosmer, the left-handed cleanup hitter, and...
  • Sam Mellinger: Billy Butler returns to Kansas City for a fitting reunion

    First day of spring training. Billy Butler's first official work day in another uniform after a full decade with the Royals. This was always going to be weird. That he signed to play with the Athletics the team Butler's Royals beat in that outrageous Wild...
  • Royals take 1st loss as Gibson, Twins win 3-1

    The Kansas City Royals were rolling through the start of the season, still undefeated when they took the field Wednesday at Minnesota. Well, Kyle Gibson hadn't lost either, at least not against the Royals in his young career. Kansas City became the last...
  • Arcia's home run helps Twins knock off Royals, 3-1

    MINNEAPOLIS Twins manager Paul Molitor tweaked his lineup for the first time in his young managerial career, moving Torii Hunter from fourth to second and Brian Dozier from second to fourth. Twins GM Terry Ryan was all for the adjustment. "We're...
  • Royals' Alex Rios says 'a recipe for disaster' led to him getting hit by pitch, breaking his left hand

    MINNEAPOLIS The receipt from Monday took the form of a brace wrapped around Alex Rios' broken left hand. Rios kept it at his side inside the Royals clubhouse as he relayed his irritation with the Minnesota Twins and their Rule 5 relief pitcher, J.R....
  • Local Roundup for Wednesday, April 15

    Garrett Howicz stole home in a rundown play in the top of the eighth and Waubonsie Valley held on to beat South Elgin 2-1 Tuesday in Upstate Eight Valley baseball. Warriors reliever Ryan Jones escaped a second-and-third jam in the bottom of the eighth....
  • Angels' Hector Santiago is sharp against Rangers

    Angels' Hector Santiago is sharp against Rangers
    There are a slew of mechanical adjustments a pitcher can make to iron out his delivery, from the rotation of his hips to the placement of his hands to the length of his stride toward the plate. Shaving a three-inch-wide stripe from the front to the back...