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  • Orioles slugger Davis looks like the real deal

    Orioles slugger Davis looks like the real deal
    NEW YORK — Note to the truly naive: Another baseball slugger is going to get caught messing with his testosterone level or buying bull semen off the Internet, probably sooner than later. When it happens, his reputation will be thrown into the...
  • Brewers' Braun suspended for rest of the season

    Brewers' Braun suspended for rest of the season
    Maybe Ryan Braun will turn over a new leaf now, like Mark McGwire suggested he would when he told that congressional subcommittee that he would talk to kids about steroids, even if he wouldn't admit using them. Until further notice, however, it's hard...
  • In Dodgers-Diamondbacks brawl, Dodgers swung and missed

    In Dodgers-Diamondbacks brawl, Dodgers swung and missed
    The Dodgers have finally found something they are willing to fight for. But on Tuesday night, it was the wrong thing. In a brawl that will undoubtedly cost them suspensions that could even include their best player -- what was Swingin' Clayton Kershaw...
  • Baseball can no longer accept that fighting is a part of the game

    Baseball can no longer accept that fighting is a part of the game
    In the wake of Tuesday night's street fight at Chavez Ravine, longtime fan Janet Ochoa sent the Dodgers an email. "You should be ashamed of yourself for your bench-clearing brawls," it read. "Thanks for ruining what used to be fun family time." Her...
  • Dodgers shut out Padres, but their momentum is wobbly

    Dodgers shut out Padres, but their momentum is wobbly
    SAN DIEGO¬†— If the Dodgers are to go far in October, they're going to have to start winning in September. At least that has been the trend recently, with three of the last five World Series winners posting the best record in the last full month of...
  • Orioles slugger Chris Davis' breakthrough season has broad appeal, historic company

    Hank Aaron never hit as many as 53 home runs in a season. Neither did Ted Williams, Lou Gehrig, Frank Robinson nor Mike Schmidt. So with 53 homers going into the final game, Orioles first baseman Chris Davis is not only the most prolific single-season...
  • Ryan Braun makes best of bad situation by accepting suspension

    Ryan Braun makes best of bad situation by accepting suspension
    In the end, Ryan Braun cut himself a pretty good deal. So he's tainted now, as a baseball player who used performance-enhancing substances? He's been tainted for two years. Nothing new there. His thumb is injured. He's getting married in the fall. His...
  • Dodgers' Yasiel Puig earns the role of villain from opponents

    Dodgers' Yasiel Puig earns the role of villain from opponents
    PHOENIX — Just when the baseball world thought it had seen everything that Yasiel Puig could become, the Dodgers phenom has added yet another tool. It's not as overwhelming as his bat, or as strong as his arm, but it can be just as powerful...
  • Chris Davis and others deal with fallout from baseball's steroid era

    NEW YORK — Barry Bonds was here. His is the name that evokes all that went right, and so very wrong, for baseball during the steroid era. His spirit was here Monday, the day before the All-Star game, when baseball's premier slugger declared Bonds'...
  • A-Rod ruins his name — and that of UM ballpark

    A-Rod ruins his name — and that of UM ballpark
    A Marlins official did not want to talk for this column. He considered it briefly during the Marlins' win on Thursday, but sighed dramatically. He mock-wiped his brow. This column is about the Biogensis scandal that will cost Alex Rodriguez his legacy,...
  • A-Rod, Hernandez: Athletes — Not Heroes

    A-Rod, Hernandez: Athletes — Not Heroes
    This summer has hardly been fun and games in the world of professional athletics. The two biggest sports stories revolve around performance enhancing drugs peddled from an "anti-aging" clinic in Coral Gables, Fla., and an execution-style shooting death in...