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  • Marlins pick up first sweep of season with win over Nationals

    Marlins pick up first sweep of season with win over Nationals
    Throughout three incredibly frustrating weeks, the Marlins have been adamant. At some point, many of them believed, things would turn around. With their lineup, they had to. Over the course of the past five days, that's seemingly been what's happened as...
  • Watch: Cubs player nearly caught in a (mascot) rundown

    Watch: Cubs player nearly caught in a (mascot) rundown
    Wouldn't it be just so Cubs if a star infielder were waylaid by a band of running mascots? A Major League Baseball video captured such a near-miss from Sunday's game in Cincinnati. During a  Reds mascot race, a pack of four baseball jesters bear down on...
  • NL teams experimenting with pitchers hitting 8th

    Amid a testy start to the season — looking at you, Bryan Price; also you, Royals, White Sox and Athletics — comes a bit of managerial creativity sure to put a smile on the face of any innovative Strat-O-Matic player. More National League...
  • Sports TV and radio: Tuesday's 4/28 log (updated Monday PM)

    2:40 p.m.    Soccer: English Premier League: Liverpool at Hull City.--NBCSN 7 p.m.    Baseball: Nebraska at Creighton.--CBSSN 7 p.m.    Baseball: Chicago White Sox at Baltimore.--Cox 11, MASN2 7 p.m.    Soccer: English Premier League: Tottenham vs....
  • A-Rod hits No. 659, Yanks beat Mets 6-4 to win Subway Series

    Alex Rodriguez is one big swing from matching Willie Mays. Whether the New York Yankees would celebrate that achievement — or pay for it, for that matter — remains to be seen. Rodriguez hit his 659th home run to move within one of Mays for...
  • Parade, festivities mark Little League opening day

    Hundreds of youngsters chomping at the bit to take the field swarmed Jewett City's Main Street for the annual Little League Opening Day parade April 26. Eager players wearing a rainbow of colors flowed up Main Street to the Little League complex, as...
  • Baseball cliches, doubleheaders and the selling of the seventh inning stretch

    Baseball cliches, doubleheaders and the selling of the seventh inning stretch
    On Friday, Sox starter Chris Sale declined to talk about his attempt to enter the Royals clubhouse after Thursday’s brawl. "I mean, there's really nothing to talk about,” he said. “It is what it is.” Two days later, Royals...
  • A-Rod Hits 659th HR ... When He Reaches Willie Mays' 660 Will Yankees Pay Up

    A-Rod Hits 659th HR ... When He Reaches Willie Mays' 660 Will Yankees Pay Up
    NEW YORK — Alex Rodriguez is one big swing from matching Willie Mays. Whether the New York Yankees would celebrate that achievement — or pay for it, for that matter — remains to be seen. Rodriguez hit his 659th home run to move...
  • Jake Arrieta not completely sold on DH after Adam Wainwright injury

    Jake Arrieta not completely sold on DH after Adam Wainwright injury
    CINCINNATI -- A .143 batting average might convince the Cubs’ starting pitchers to lobby to have the designated hitter instituted in the National League. But Jake Arrieta wasn’t so sure, even in the wake of a potential season-ending Achilles...
  • With 20 hits, Orioles beat Red Sox, 18-7, and win three-game series

    With 20 hits, Orioles beat Red Sox, 18-7, and win three-game series
    Orioles manager Buck Showalter contends momentum in baseball is only as good as the next game’s starting pitching, and that doesn’t necessarily spur winning streaks. In their 18-7 victory over the Boston Red Sox on Sunday afternoon —...
  • Jimmy Paredes continues his hot hitting

    Jimmy Paredes continues his hot hitting
    During spring training, several Orioles told me privately that there was no way they could envision infielder Jimmy Paredes being left off the 25-man roster. The 26-year-old was out of options, so the only way the club could send him to the minors was...