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  • Ruthless softball defeats Bees in battle of Burbank teams, earns shot in title game

    Ruthless softball defeats Bees in battle of Burbank teams, earns shot in title game
    GLENDALE — In an elimination game in the Little League District 16 Major Softball Knock-Out Tournament, the Burbank Ruthless team was trying to rebound a from a tough loss a night earlier against the Crescenta Valley Red Hots. A win would put...
  • Youth Scene: Rotary comes out on top

    The championship game in the Majors division of Laguna Beach Little League took place May 21 at historic Riddle Field and it pitted the top two-seeded teams from the regular season, Rotary and Hobie, against each other in a winner-take-all affair. Both...
  • Review - 'Michael Jordan: The Life' by Roland Lazenby

    Review - 'Michael Jordan: The Life' by Roland Lazenby
    In his massive and utterly definitive biography, "Michael Jordan: The Life," Roland Lazenby wastes no time establishing his subject's significance. "The convergence of culture and technology," he writes in the prologue, "had thrust him into this...
  • No. 9 Lake Zurich: Moskal looks back, ahead

    No. 9 Lake Zurich: Moskal looks back, ahead
    Colton and Blake Moskal were two of those kids — the wide-eyed, jersey-wearing types in the crowd at almost every high school football game. They would go with their father, sit near the end zone and dream of the day they could be out there,...
  • Autograph broker says he paid Johnny Manziel to sign items

    An East Coast autograph broker said Tuesday that Heisman Trophy winner Johnny Manziel was paid $7,500 for signing about 300 mini- and full-sized helmets on Jan. 11-12 while he was attending an event in Connecticut, ESPN reported. The broker played two...
  • Lighthouse Realty Little League baseball rolls over Jewel City

    GLENDALE — The District 16 Little League Minor baseball Tournament of Champions knockout playoff tournament got started Saturday morning with Foothill-Lighthouse Realty Associates and Jewel City-Jewish War Veterans Kiwanis squaring off on Babe...
  • La Cañada Summer Smash shrinks into town

    La Cañada Summer Smash shrinks into town
    After some strong growth a year ago, the La Cañada Summer Smash Little League baseball tournament will shrink this year. That's just fine with Summer Smash Tournament Director Jack Johnson. "I think it is really a local boutique, niche community...
  • Baseball players flock to Falcon winter camp

    Baseball players flock to Falcon winter camp
    NORTHEAST GLENDALE - A lingering winter chill and a soggy diamond weren't about to deter nearly 45 participants from learning some of the essential fundamentals of baseball. From Glendale to La Crescenta and across neighboring towns, children 7-14...
  • National Archery in the Schools Program hits the target

    National Archery in the Schools Program hits the target
    John Leck will never forget the look on the face of the paralyzed boy sitting in his wheelchair. When the arrow left the bow that had been strapped onto the eighth-grader's arm, a mixture of wonder and excitement was apparent as he watched it sail...
  • Schoop pumped to play with Curacao country mates on Netherlands WBC team

    Schoop pumped to play with Curacao country mates on Netherlands WBC team
    SARASOTA, Fla. — On the tiny Caribbean island of Curacao, located just off the northern Venezuelan coast, baseball is the unofficial national sport. Kids growing up there have dreams of playing in the Little League World Series, following in the...
  • Black Males Must Aim For Academic Top

    "As anyone who has watched the better colored teams will tell you — a good many Afro-Americans belong, on their merits." John Lardner in the Hartford Courant, Nov. 11, 1938. With opening day of the 2013 baseball season just days away, a 75-...