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  • Pat Burrell to be 2015 Phillies Wall of Fame inductee

    Pat Burrell to be 2015 Phillies Wall of Fame inductee
    Pat Burrell, who is fourth all-time for the Phillies in home runs with 251 and was part of the 2008 World Series team, will be the 37th inductee into the Phillies Wall of Fame. Burrell was takenĀ first overall in the 1998 First-Year Player Draft out of...
  • On The Fly: Rip Hamilton Officially Retiring From NBA

    On The Fly: Rip Hamilton Officially Retiring From NBA
    R ichard Hamilton officially retired Thursday. Rip helped lead UConn to its first men's basketball national title in 1999 as the Huskies beat Duke, 77-74. He was the Final Four MVP and had a game-high 27 points in the title game. He was the Big East...
  • Sandy Koufax expects Dodgers' Clayton Kershaw to win in postseason

    Sandy Koufax expects Dodgers' Clayton Kershaw to win in postseason
    Sandy Koufax said he didn’t know what to make of the changes to the Dodgers roster or how teenage pitching prospect Julio Urias’ career will unfold. What the 79-year-old Hall of Fame pitcher sounded certain about was this: Clayton Kershaw...
  • White Sox pitcher Chris Sale has fractured right foot

    White Sox pitcher Chris Sale has fractured right foot
    GLENDALE, Ariz. — The sight of Chris Sale hobbling around Camelback Ranch with a heavily bandaged foot is something that could induce dread in any White Sox supporter who harbored hopes the club might be ready to contend. But the avulsion fracture...
  • A's claim former USC reliever Chad Smith off waivers

    A's claim former USC reliever Chad Smith off waivers
    Chad Smith will be one of three former USC pitchers in the Oakland Athletics' spring-training camp after being claimed off waivers from the Detroit Tigers on Wednesday. Smith joins reliever Ryan Cook and Barry Zito, who was signed to a one-year minor...
  • Timing everything for Cubs' Kris Bryant and White Sox's Carlos Rodon

    Timing everything for Cubs' Kris Bryant and White Sox's Carlos Rodon
    GLENDALE, Ariz. — Top prospects Kris Bryant and Carlos Rodon are in the same boat on opposite sides of the valley. One of the biggest questions facing the Cubs in Mesa this spring is whether Bryant will get a chance to start the season at third...
  • Ortiz on pace-of-play fines: 'I might run out of money'

    David Ortiz has a deliberate routine at the plate. He sounded prepared to pay for it. "I might run out of money," Ortiz said during a colorful rant Wednesday about the new pace-of-play rule requiring hitters to keep at least one foot in the batter's box...
  • Looking at the potential impact of new Orioles infielder Everth Cabrera

    Now that Everth Cabrera is officially a member of the Orioles, his addition creates an interesting dynamic in spring training. Orioles manager Buck Showalter has said that Cabrera will have to earn his roster spot this spring -- and that’s true --...
  • Revived at 25, Negro Leagues Baseball Museum strives to preserve, fill in fading history

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. It's easy "to fall in love with the romanticism" of the Negro Leagues, Bob Kendrick said. And the vibrant cast and vivid tales have been not merely preserved but animated by the efforts of the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum, which has...
  • Tim Kawakami: A's and Oakland have only each other

    It's Oakland. Other teams in other sports have other options, but for the A's, the singular serious option is to remain in Oakland and try to get a new stadium built on the Coliseum site (or elsewhere in the city). This is the way it is now as reinforced...
  • Ricketts family adds investors to help pay for Wrigley rehab

    Ricketts family adds investors to help pay for Wrigley rehab
    The Ricketts family has brought six investors into the ownership of the Chicago Cubs to help finance a $375 million renovation of Wrigley Field — and the family may not be done selling pieces of the team. The family remains in control of the...