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  • Little lie got him in to play baseball 59 years ago

    Little lie got him in to play baseball 59 years ago
    The recent story of Chicago's Jackie Robinson West Little League team, their U.S. title taken away because some of their players lived outside the district they represented, struck a nerve with Phil Hart. That's because he lived the story, 59 years ago....
  • Mo'ne Davis In Attendance At Temple

    Mo'ne Davis In Attendance At Temple
    PHILADELPHIA — Mo'ne Davis, the celebrated star of the Little League World Series and avowed UConn women's basketball fan, attended Sunday's game at Temple and was sitting in the bleachers across from the UConn bench. "Was she here?" Geno Auriemma...
  • Grafton High assistant coach Henry Connell spread love of baseball, life

    Grafton High assistant coach Henry Connell spread love of baseball, life
    YORK — Henry Connell's first love was baseball. The early objects of his affection were the New York Yankees and Mickey Mantle, evident to all by the license plate on his Nissan Pathfinder: "NYMICK7." But his true loves — outside of Trish,...
  • Learning remains fun at Falcon Winter Baseball Camp

    Learning remains fun at Falcon Winter Baseball Camp
    GLENDALE — Andrew Angell had quite a workout Monday in the expansive outfield of Stengel Field while going through an assortment of defensive drills. While attending the 19th annual Falcon Winter Baseball Camp, which began Monday and concluded...
  • Couple says Taney ball left husband 'disabled and disordered'

    A Cherry Hill couple is suing the city's beloved Taney Baseball Association over a game of catch. Seriously. Taney Baseball became a household name in August when the league's Taney Dragons became the first team from Philadelphia to ever make it to...
  • NCAA Hits UConn With Violation For Geno's Call To Mo'ne Davis

     NCAA Hits UConn With Violation For Geno's Call To Mo'ne Davis
    The NCAA has cited UConn for a secondary violation of rules after reviewing Geno Auriemma's congratulatory phone call to Little League star Mo'ne Davis last month. Secondary violations do not typically result in NCAA penalties. Instead, corrective...
  • Wellington wins All Stars 2014 Little League Palm Beach County Spring Invitational title

    Wellington Little League coach Mike Little said his 9-year-old All-Star team "came together" as it finished the campaign with a 6-5 victory over West Boynton recently to capture the 9-Year-old All Stars 2014 Little League Palm Beach County Spring...
  • Coral Springs Winter Baseball underway at North Community Park

    One of the most important things for Nicholas Milosevich, 6, is donning his Reds uniform a few times each week when his team takes to the diamond during this year's Coral Springs Winter Baseball season at North Community Park. "His favorite part of...
  • Cubs future may be bright but present's awful dim

     Cubs future may be bright but present's awful dim
    The Cubs may be the first last-place team in major league history to take a victory lap in September. As the 2014 season grinds down to a merciful ending, the Cubs have been busy patting themselves on the back for having the Minor League Player of the...
  • Jackie Robinson West relaxed as game time approaches

    Jackie Robinson West relaxed as game time approaches
    SOUTH WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. – Jackie Robinson West is hoping for another happy berth day. And it likely will be hit or miss for the team from the South Side. The Great Lakes Regions champs from Chicago will play Nevada at 2:30 p.m. Saturday, with...
  • Jackie Robinson West savoring its success

    Jackie Robinson West savoring its success
    SOUTH WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. – The cheers had since faded. The cameras long gone. Lamade Stadium sat empty Sunday night, save for a few workers. The lights shined bright over the field as the sun fell behind the mountains, as if to preserve the...