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  • Hunter Strickland regrets screaming incident

     Hunter Strickland regrets screaming incident
    SAN FRANCISCO — Few outside of San Francisco ever had heard of reliever Hunter Strickland until his ill-timed decision to scream at the Royals' Salvador Perez during Game 2 of the World Series. After a day to think about it, Strickland said he...
  • Andrew Friedman quashes speculation about Joe Maddon joining Dodgers

    Andrew Friedman quashes speculation about Joe Maddon joining Dodgers
    Andrew Friedman made his first major statement as the Dodgers president of baseball operations Friday, reiterating that Don Mattingly will manage the team next season, even with Joe Maddon suddenly available to replace him. Maddon, who worked under...
  • Joe Maddon opts to leave Tampa Bay Rays

    Manager Joe Maddon has decided to leave the Tampa Bay Rays, 10 days after his boss left to run the Dodgers. The Rays announced Friday that Maddon had exercised an option to walk away from the final year of his contract. In a statement, Rays owner Stuart...
  • Redskins' Griffin improving but likely not ready to play Monday

    Redskins' Griffin improving but likely not ready to play Monday
    McCoy still in line to get the start Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III handled his most extensive workload since dislocating his left ankle in Week 2. Coach Jay Gruden said after practice that Griffin "looked good," but that he was...
  • Christian Bergman looks back on rookie season as learning experience

    Christian Bergman looks back on rookie season as learning experience
    During a conversation in regards to his first season in Major League Baseball, Christian Bergman interrupts himself. “It seems like I’m saying ‘learning’ a whole lot,” he joked. Indeed, from his days at St. Francis High...
  • Notes: Buck Showalter expects Ubaldo Jimenez to 'be one of our best five' Orioles starters in 2015

    Despite season-ending injuries to shortstop Manny Machado and catcher Matt Wieters and the late-season suspension of first baseman Chris Davis, this Orioles season's biggest disappointment had to be right-hander Ubaldo Jimenez. The Orioles signed...
  • Jeff Jacobs: After Nauseating Bickering, Give Stadium A Chance

    Jeff Jacobs: After Nauseating Bickering, Give Stadium A Chance
    Isn't democracy grand? Or messy? Or both? Anyway, after months of citizens spitting vitriol like chewing tobacco at each other, making numbers sing, making numbers dance, doing everything just short of proclaiming that a baseball stadium will either...
  • Giants top Cardinals in 10 innings, take 2-1 series lead

    Giants top Cardinals in 10 innings, take 2-1 series lead
    SAN FRANCISCO -- Brandon Crawford raced home from second base on a throwing error by reliever Randy Choate in the 10th inning Tuesday, allowing the San Francisco Giants to rebound after blowing a four-run lead and beat the St. Louis Cardinals 5-4 in...
  • Arizona Diamondbacks name Chip Hale manager

    Arizona Diamondbacks name Chip Hale manager
    The Arizona Diamondbacks named Chip Hale as the team's seventh manager on Monday. D-backs chief baseball officer Tony La Russa made the announcement official after there were reports earlier in the day. Hale, 49, replaces manager Kirk Gibson, who...
  • Orioles' success story part of Andy MacPhail legacy

    Orioles' success story part of Andy MacPhail legacy
    BALTIMORE — When Andy MacPhail departed Chicago in 2006 after two postseason appearances in 12 years running the Cubs, he left with one of the more memorable exit lines in franchise history. "It's time," he said. "The clock on the MacPhail-o-meter...
  • Spotlight should shine brighter on athletes who live their lives well

    How refreshing to read all the recent articles saluting Paul Konerko of the White Sox and Derek Jeter of the Yankees when they retired. After weeks of hearing nothing but derogatory stories coming out of the NFL, it was a pleasure to read about two...