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  • Verlander likes how arm feels, hates sitting out

    MINNEAPOLIS Tigers pitcher Justin Verlander said he had a second MRI a few days ago, and manager Brad Ausmus said the right-hander will have another one next week. That likely means Verlander won't throw this week. Verlander, who is on the disabled...
  • 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...
  • Twins defeat Mariners in 11 innings, 4-2

    It was only the day before, after watching his team lose a game because of errors, that Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon said the most painful losses are the ones when a team beats itself. Less than 24 hours later, against the Twins on Sunday afternoon,...
  • Wild advance to face Blackhawks in Western Conference semifinals

    Wild advance to face Blackhawks in Western Conference semifinals
    ST. PAUL, Minn. — Zach Parise scored twice, including a short-handed, highlight-reel goal to get Minnesota going in the first period, and the Wild advanced to the Western Conference semifinals with a 4-1 victory over the St. Louis Blues on Sunday in...
  • Harry Caray back at Wrigley? A 'mulligan' for Carlos Rodon?

    Harry Caray back at Wrigley? A 'mulligan' for Carlos Rodon?
    The “ghost of Harry Caray” appeared during the 1998 wild-card tiebreaker game against the Giants at Wrigley Field when some fans walked up and down Waveland and Sheffield Avenues with a giant balloon of Caray’s face. Seventeen years...
  • Blue Jays have record 3 Canadian position players in lineup

    The Toronto Blue Jays have made major league history by putting three Canadian-born position players in the starting lineup. The Blue Jays started catcher Russell Martin and outfielders Michael Saunders and Dalton Pompey against Tampa Bay on Saturday...
  • Community News for East Hartford edition

    Goodwin College Dance Party EAST HARTFORD - Goodwin College Women's Events Committee is sponsoring a Dance Party - Scholarship Fundraiser will be held Friday, May 8, from 7 – 11 p.m., in the Rentschler Field Ballroom. Cost is $40 per person, $150...
  • Connections: Trinity Prep graduate boosts FSU golf team

    Connections: Trinity Prep graduate boosts FSU golf team
    Growing up, Hank Lebioda was a baseball fan and a player, good enough to earn a spot in the starting lineup for Trinity Prep as a freshman. A different kind of swing caught his attention, though, and three years later, just before graduating from the...
  • Braves' Andrew McKirahan suspended for violating MLB drug policy

    Braves' Andrew McKirahan suspended for violating MLB drug policy
    Atlanta Braves pitcher Andrew McKirahan is the latest player to run afoul of baseball's drug policy. McKirahan tested positive for Ipamorelin, a human-growth hormone releasing peptide, and has been suspended 80 games without pay by Major League...
  • Royals still have lot to prove, but at least believe in themselves

    Royals still have lot to prove, but at least believe in themselves
    With most teams playing within their own divisions the first two weeks of the season, it's too soon to say the American League Central is the deepest in baseball. But everyone took note of the hot starts of the Tigers and Royals, who look like the two...
  • Magic Johnson is right about TV issue not hurting Dodgers brand

    Magic Johnson is right about TV issue not hurting Dodgers brand
    Magic Johnson says the television blackout has not hurt the Dodgers' brand, and the fans let him have it. How can he not feel their pain? He does. But here is the thing that stings: Johnson is absolutely right. Remember when Frank McCourt supposedly...