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  • REVIEW: 'Clemente: The Legend of 21' ★★

     REVIEW: 'Clemente: The Legend of 21' ★★
    The enthusiastic homecoming for the Jackie Robinson West Little League team this past week ran through my mind as I watched Luis Caballero's hagiographic "Clemente: The Legend of 21." Is it possible for us to find true heroes in the world of...
  • Why Clayton Kershaw is actually the favorite to win the NL MVP

    Why Clayton Kershaw is actually the favorite to win the NL MVP
    “MVP! MVP! MVP!” Thank you, thank you, I owe it all to … wait, those aren’t blogger-of-the-year chants? What, Kobe’s in the house? Peyton Manning’s making an unexpected L.A. visit? No, it seems the roar is...
  • Giants' Buster Posey unloads spring training condo in Arizona

    Giants' Buster Posey unloads spring training condo in Arizona
    Buster Posey, the San Francisco Giants catcher and 2012 National League MVP, has sold a condominium in Scottsdale, Ariz., for $195,000. Located 20 minutes north of Scottsdale Stadium, the Giants’ Cactus League facility, the unit includes a...
  • White Sox reliever Nate Jones undergoes Tommy John surgery

    White Sox reliever Nate Jones undergoes Tommy John surgery
    DETROIT -- White Sox reliever Nate Jones had Tommy John surgery Tuesday to repair a torn ulnar collateral ligament in his right elbow. The injury came as Jones was rehabilitating from a back injury that has kept him out since the first week of the...
  • Abreu credits Konerko, Dunn with his development at first base

    Abreu credits Konerko, Dunn with his development at first base
    The passing of the torch — or in this case the first baseman's mitt — has been less symbolic and more in-your-face conspicuous when it comes to Paul Konerko's impending retirement and Jose Abreu's spectacular debut at first base for the...
  • Clayton Kershaw aces key test as Dodgers top the Giants, 4-2

    Clayton Kershaw aces key test as Dodgers top the Giants, 4-2
    SAN FRANCISCO — Adrian Gonzalez said last month that he thought Clayton Kershaw deserved to be the National League's most valuable player. Now Gonzalez is certain of it. "If someone even tries to mention someone else, they're an idiot," Gonzalez...
  • If Matt Kemp is just really, really good, isn't that good enough?

    If Matt Kemp is just really, really good, isn't that good enough?
    I know what you want. Call it a gift. No tarot cards nor palm reading required. You want Matt Kemp to be a superstar. To be the best player in the game. To be that five-tool all-star of 2011. Hey, Kemp wants it to. “I think I still have it in...
  • On Angels' visit to Tampa Bay, fans flock to get close to Mike Trout | Video

    On Angels' visit to Tampa Bay, fans flock to get close to Mike Trout |<b> Video</b>
    ST. PETERSBURG — Fans attending the Tampa Bay Rays game Friday did not have to wait long for arguably the most exciting player in baseball to do something impressive. With a runner on first base, the second batter of the game walked onto the field...
  • Brewers' Jonathan Lucroy makes Lake County proud with all-star season

    Brewers' Jonathan Lucroy makes Lake County proud with all-star season
    ST. PETERSBURG — Behind the dugout, Don Semento heard the sound of balls being smashed off a hitting tee. Jonathan Lucroy, who had just been yanked from a summer-league game by the former Umatilla coach for not hustling, was frustrated at himself....
  • On The Fly: Reason For Optimism With Tanaka

    Masahiro Tanaka, trying to rehab and avoid Tommy John surgery, was back on the mound for a bullpen session Saturday. His 25-pitch effort apparently went well. He won't be saving this season, whether he needs surgery or not, but the Yankees should be...
  • Dodgers' Clayton Kershaw suffers first loss since May

    Dodgers' Clayton Kershaw suffers first loss since May
    It took just two swings to give Clayton Kershaw his first loss since May 28 on Saturday. The left-hander pitched a complete game and struck out 11 while allowing just five hits, but also gave up two home runs to the Milwaukee Brewers in a 3-2 loss....