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  • Jerry Greene: MLB opening day means it's time for bobbleheads and gnomes

    Jerry Greene: MLB opening day means it's time for bobbleheads and gnomes
    Bobbleheads. Apparently they are never going away. When's the last time you saw a pet rock or Shrinky Dinks or, somewhat similar to bobbleheads, the gone-and-forgotten Weebles? But bobbleheads are bigger than ever — at least in Major League...
  • Tampa Bay Rays add 'mac and cheese cone' to unique ballpark menu options

    Tampa Bay Rays add 'mac and cheese cone' to unique ballpark menu options
    The Milwaukee Brewers may have nachos on a stick, but the Tampa Bay Rays will offer macaroni and cheese in a cone.  The Rays revealed their new menu items for the 2015 season this week, including the Mac Bat ($8), a portable mac and cheese dish in a...
  • Wednesday's recap: Cubs 11, Brewers 7

     Wednesday's recap: Cubs 11, Brewers 7
    The summary Before a crowd of 13,375 that increased Sloan Park home attendance to a major-league spring record 222,415, the Cubs pulled away to an 11-7 victory over the Brewers on Wednesday behind home runs from Tommy La Stella, Anthony Rizzo, Dexter...
  • Papelbon: 'We can compete - is that crazy?'

    Papelbon: 'We can compete - is that crazy?'
    CLEARWATER, Fla. — Jonathan Papelbon insisted Friday he didn't hear nor pay attention to offseason trade speculation. Judging from his first public comments from spring training, it's also worth wondering how much he heard or read the Phillies...
  • J.J. Hardy expected to start the season on the DL

    J.J. Hardy expected to start the season on the DL
    The Orioles will be without another former All-Star on Opening Day. The club learned Monday that three-time Gold Glove shortstop J.J. Hardy is headed to the 15-day disabled list with a muscle strain in his left, nonthrowing shoulder. Hardy will not be...
  • Manager Joe Maddon eager to take measure of National League counterparts

    Manager Joe Maddon eager to take measure of National League counterparts
    MESA, Ariz. — Joe Maddon isn't likely to glare over at the opposing dugout and shout profanities at the rival manager the way Dusty Baker and Tony La Russa often did when the Cubs and Cardinals faced each other a decade ago. At least not right...
  • Fried nachos on a stick, 'Churro Dog' among crazy new ballpark offerings

    Fried nachos on a stick, 'Churro Dog' among crazy new ballpark offerings
    Opening Day of the 2015 Major League Baseball season is right around the corner, and that means the introduction of new crazy ballpark food concoctions.  Miller Park, home of the Milwaukee Brewers, is stepping up its innovative food menu with three...
  • On The Air: Wednesday

    BASEBALL 1 p.m.: Mets at Yankees. MLB, YES 4 p.m.: Athletics at Brewers. MLB 9 p.m.: White Sox at Royals. MLB BASKETBALL 7 p.m.: Women's NCAA Division II Tournament: California (Pa.) Vs. Emporia State. CBSSN 7 p.m.: Bulls at Raptors. ESPN 7 p....
  • Wrigley Field's video board rising: What to expect

    Wrigley Field's video board rising: What to expect
    Steel beam by beam, metal spoke by spoke, construction workers at Wrigley Field are building the support of a structure that forever will change the game-day experience for Cubs fans.  The jumbo-sized left-field video board, the Cubs insist, will be...
  • Sunday's recap: Brewers 14, White Sox 3

    Sunday's recap: Brewers 14, White Sox 3
    The Brewers hit three home runs off White Sox right-hander Jeff Samardzija on Sunday in a 13-4 White Sox loss at Maryvale Baseball Park. Samardzija gave up five earned runs on eight hits over 4 1/3 innings, but he brushed the results off, saying,...
  • Youth Scene: White Sox rally to trim Royals

    The White Sox overcame a three-run deficit against the Royals in their Majors Division game Saturday and rallied for a 6-5 victory in Ocean View Little League action. Antonio Ventimiglia hit two home runs and Evan Wood had a clutch RBI single for the...