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  • No damper on local O's fans' optimism

    BALTIMORE - Around this time last year, Fred Boerste stood on Eutaw Street and made a bold prediction. "This is our year," the Odenton fan said. "The Orioles are going to win 92 games. Write that down because I'm betting right now it's going to happen."...
  • Bad, stupid White Sox get what they deserve

    Bad, stupid White Sox get what they deserve
    Of course it would end with Lorenzo Cain. And of course it would end like that for the White Sox. Bad and stupid get what they deserve. Cain killed a hanging Zach Putnam pitch, turning it into a game-winning, two-run homer in the bottom of the...
  • White Sox show some spark but ultimately misfire in 7-5 loss to Royals

    White Sox show some spark but ultimately misfire in 7-5 loss to Royals
    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The White Sox showed signs of life early Wednesday night after their unflattering loss on opening day, but Royals center fielder Lorenzo Cain belted such positive developments into left field. Cain's two-run homer off Sox...
  • Sean O'Sullivan hoping to ride positive outlook to lasting Phillies career

    Sean O'Sullivan hoping to ride positive outlook to lasting Phillies career
    No matter what the outcome, Sean O'Sullivan would get a text from younger brother Ryan, who also is a pitcher in the Phillies organization. Sean would find a reason to be unhappy after allowing two runs in seven innings. "I'm like, 'today was...
  • Royals surge into first place of AL Central with 12-3 victory over Twins

    MINNEAPOLIS Only 4 percent of the season has been completed, a mere seven-game sprint of the 162-game marathon. But the Royals stand alone in first place in the American League Central, unbeaten and undaunted, after a 12-3 trouncing the Twins on Monday...
  • Eight-team field highlights West Aurora's Fox Valley Tournament

    Eight-team field highlights West Aurora's Fox Valley Tournament
    The weather forecast looks promising, but West Aurora coach Randy Hayslett will have his fingers crossed as his team's sixth annual Fox Valley Tournament approaches this weekend. The Blackhawks are scheduled to play host to seven area teams Friday and...
  • Royals hope Ventura can improve hydration, diet to avoid cramps

    MINNEAPOLIS Yordano Ventura felt his right foot tighten up as he dueled with Angels star Mike Trout in the sixth inning of a Royals romp on Sunday. It was the onset of a cramp in his right calf and a recurrence of the issue that plagued him in his first...
  • Michael Kruse in control as Hampshire pulls out close win over Larkin

    Resourceful Larkin had an answer Saturday for everything except Hampshire's Michael Kruse. Kruse delivered a double and triple, scored three runs, threw out a runner at home from center field on a hit, then finally came on in relief to save a 5-4...
  • LEADING OFF: Tigers, Royals unbeaten, Fenway Park opener

    A look at what's happening all around the major leagues today: ___ ON THE PROWL Miguel Cabrera and the Tigers try to wreck Pittsburgh's home opener. Anibal Sanchez hopes to pitch them to their first 7-0 start since 1984, the year Detroit romped to...
  • Cain's homer lifts Royals to 7-5 win over White Sox

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. As the baseball soared over the left-field fence, Lorenzo Cain tossed his bat aside and admired his handiwork. The 18th home run of his career, and his first as a No. 3 hitter in 2015, lifted the Royals to a 7-5 victory Wednesday night...
  • Marlins' Saltalamacchia sits for series finale against Braves

    Marlins' Saltalamacchia sits for series finale against Braves
    Manager Mike Redmond before Wednesday's series finale against the Braves said his plan was to start backup catcher Jeff Mathis in one of the first three games. That's certainly reasonable, but no denying starter Jarrod Saltalamacchia did little over the...