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  • Let's face it, Cal Ripken and Ray Lewis are bad TV analysts

    Let's face it, Cal Ripken and Ray Lewis are bad TV analysts
    It's time to stop being Baltimore-nice about local sports icons Cal Ripken and Ray Lewis and their cable TV careers. Being Hall of Famers on the field doesn't automatically translate to success in the studio or broadcast booth. In fact, it's often the...
  • Robinson Cano's toe broken by pitch in MLB-Japan game in Tokyo

    Robinson Cano, the Seattle Mariners' All-Star second baseman, will miss the next three to four weeks after breaking the small toe on his right foot when he was hit by a pitch Saturday during an exhibition game in Tokyo. Cano was struck by a pitch thrown...
  • Japan's Takahiro Norimoto, three relievers no-hit MLB All-Stars

    Japan's Takahiro Norimoto, three relievers no-hit MLB All-Stars
    Takahiro Norimoto called it "the best outing of my career" as he pitched five perfect innings and combined with three relief pitchers to no-hit the Major League Baseball All-Stars in a 4-0 victory for Japan on Saturday in Tokyo. The Rakuten Eagles...
  • In soccer, players are often torn between club and country

    In soccer, players are often torn between club and country
    Had it been the Major League Baseball postseason, rather than the Major League Soccer playoffs, it would have been unthinkable that any star would risk injury to play for free with his national team, right? Imagine the howls of protest in Kansas City...
  • Cal Ripken talks about shortstop J.J. Hardy and the Orioles' defense

    Cal Ripken talks about shortstop J.J. Hardy and the Orioles' defense
    When J.J. Hardy won his third consecutive American League Gold Glove Award earlier this month, he became only the second Orioles shortstop to win at least that many in a row. Mark Belanger won eight Gold Gloves in his career with the Orioles,...
  • Carlos Rodon could start 2015 in White Sox rotation, bullpen or minors

    It's strange to think of the Royals as a role model for the White Sox after all those years of mediocrity in Kansas City. But that's exactly where things stand as offseason maneuvering begins. "They played us well all year," Sox general manager Rick...
  • Reports: A's agree to deal with DH Billy Butler

    Reports: A's agree to deal with DH Billy Butler
    In another big-money move by a traditionally low-payroll team, the Oakland Athletics agreed to a three-year, $30 million deal with free agent designated hitter Billy Butler, multiple media outlets reported Tuesday. According to the San Francisco...
  • In radio interview, Orioles' Chris Davis discussed 'moment of weakness'

    In radio interview, Orioles' Chris Davis discussed 'moment of weakness'
    Orioles first baseman Chris Davis broke his silence about his 25-game suspension for a failed drug test when he touched on the subject in an interview this week with a local Christian radio station. Davis, who has declined to speak to reporters on...
  • UCI baseball lands six

    The UC Irvine baseball program's six early signees, announced Thursday, include two pitchers with dominant high school numbers, a community college player who is a former 12th-round draft pick, and three two-sport prep athletes. Mike Marini, a 6-foot-4,...
  • Orioles make three more minor league signings

    The Orioles added three more minor league free agents to the organization Friday, announcing the signings of infielder Paul Janish, right-hander Terry Doyle and outfielder Quincy Latimore. Janish also will receive an invitation to major league spring...
  • Orioles expected to sign minor league shortstop Rey Navarro, source says

    Orioles expected to sign minor league shortstop Rey Navarro, source says
    The Orioles are expected to reach an agreement with minor league shortstop Rey Navarro, most likely on a major league deal, according to industry sources. The deal is pending a physical. Navarro, who turns 25 in December, played at Double-A and Triple-A...