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  • Reports: Padres Acquire Braves' Justin Upton

    The San Diego Padres acquired All-Star outfielder Justin Upton from the Atlanta Braves, multiple media outlets reported Friday. Other details were not immediately available, but the Padres reportedly will send three prospects in return for the 27-year-...
  • Bud Selig to earn $6M a year in retirement

    Bud Selig to earn $6M a year in retirement
    Commissioner Bud Selig will receive a salary of about $6 million annually in retirement, ESPN.com reported Friday. Selig, who officially retires on Jan. 25 when Rob Manfred takes over, started running Major League Baseball as chairman of the executive...
  • Cubs claim left-hander on waivers, lose two players

    Cubs claim left-hander on waivers,  lose two players
    The Chicago Cubs' roster shuffling continued Tuesday when they claimed left-handed pitcher Mike Kickham off waivers from the San Francisco Giants and also lost two players. Kickham, 26, was 8-8 with a 4.43 ERA for Triple-A Fresno in 2014. The 6-foot-4...
  • Stuart Scott dies at 49; ESPN sportscaster with catchphrases

    He was widely copied, bitingly parodied and occasionally derided, but ESPN sportscaster Stuart Scott could belt out an exuberant "Boo-yah!" as no one else. And his vivid descriptions, while over the top to his critics, struck a chord for millions of...
  • Children's Advocacy Center fundraises for Healing Garden

    Children's Advocacy Center fundraises for Healing Garden
    More than 250 people attended a fundraiser in Waukegan on Thursday, Dec. 4, to help bring a healing garden to the Lake County Children’s Advocacy Center. Hosted by State’s Attorney Michael Nerheim at the Glen Flora Country Club in Waukegan, ...
  • Twilight zone: Sports icons who changed teams late in their careers

    After 21 seasons and three Stanley Cups in New Jersey, Martin Brodeur will make a comeback as a member of the St. Louis Blues. He's not the first Hall of Famer to have a long career with one team and then don the colors of another in the twilight of his...
  • Stove heating up at MLB Winter Meetings

    SAN DIEGO — Dave Dombrowski was enjoying a relaxing moment in the lobby of the Machester Grand Hyatt on Sunday. However, the Detroit Tigers president and general manager knows there probably won't be many of those between Monday and Thursday...
  • Buck Showalter, MLB public relations staffers pay tribute to Monica Barlow

    Buck Showalter, MLB public relations staffers pay tribute to Monica Barlow
    For the past two years, Major League Baseball's public relations departments have come together to organize auctions to benefit cancer research. This year, after the death of Orioles public relations director Monica Barlow to lung cancer in February,...
  • Orioles have 'lukewarm' interest in Nori Aoki and Colby Rasmus, source says

    Orioles have 'lukewarm' interest in Nori Aoki and Colby Rasmus, source says
    Count the Orioles among the teams who have inquired about free-agent outfielders Colby Rasmus and Nori Aoki, but the team's interest in both players is “lukewarm,” according to a club source. After watching Nelson Cruz and Nick Markakis...
  • Josh Hamilton needs to have a bounce-back season for Angels

    Josh Hamilton needs to have a bounce-back season for Angels
    Two years into a five-year, $125-million deal with the Angels, outfielder Josh Hamilton, who won the 2010 American League most-valuable-player award with the Texas Rangers, is looking like a major bust. Hamilton’s batting average hovered around...
  • Steve Ballmer's Clippers purchase: Don't write off tax-break potential

    Steve Ballmer's Clippers purchase: Don't write off tax-break potential
    Baseball fans remember Bill Veeck mostly for his bizarre stunts. The maverick team owner once signed a player with dwarfism, then sent the 3-foot-7 batter to the plate to draw a walk. Another time, he let the crowd hold up placards to dictate in-...