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  • Jimmy Rollins eager to add another World Series ring in LA

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Jimmy Rollins waived his no-trade clause after 14 years in Philadelphia to join the Los Angeles Dodgers, where the 36-year-old will replace Hanley Ramirez at shortstop. It's a big move for a kid who grew up in the Bay Area...
  • Who is your Oriole to watch in 2015?

    So, the bar was buzzing Wednesday night with the Maryland’s men basketball team on the big screen. And, of course, the anticipation of Saturday’s Ravens playoff game was in the air. You could cut it with a bottle opener. But, let’s...
  • Chris Davis, Orioles first baseman

    Chris Davis, Orioles first baseman
    There’s no Oriole who will scrutinized more closely in 2015 than slugger Chris Davis. It’s really not a stretch to think his performance will go a long way into determining the direction of the 2015 Orioles. Davis was on top of the...
  • Some highs and lows to remember from the 2014 MLB season

    Some highs and lows to remember from the 2014 MLB season
    Major League Baseball, 2014 in review: The highs • Clayton Kershaw was king of baseball in 2014 — National League most valuable player, Cy Young Award winner, pitched a no-hitter*, hit a score-tying triple, fielded a ground ball behind...
  • Pedro Should Be A Shoo-In For HOF; The Question Is By How Much

    In 1999-2000, Pedro Martinez went 41-10 with a 1.90 ERA and 597 strikeouts. BOSTON — As a Los Angeles Dodgers broadcaster, Nomar Garciaparra watched Clayton Kershaw become the dominant pitcher in the National League, winning three of the last...
  • Marcos Breton: Why Bonds, Schilling get my Hall of Fame vote

    When the Baseball Hall of Fame class of 2015 is announced Tuesday, I wish the national discussion would be about the great players elected and not those who weren't. I wish members of the Baseball Writers Association of America would stop trashing voters...
  • Possible destinations for Ryan Howard

    Possible destinations for Ryan Howard
    It's no secret that one of the top priorities for the Philadelphia Phillies this offseason is making sure Ryan Howard is not on the roster come April 6 when they open the season against the Boston Red Sox. The Phillies have been wrestling with the...
  • Phillies' Howard can block trades to 20 teams

    As if finding a suitor for Ryan Howard and at least part of the $60 million remaining on his contract doesn't pose enough of a challenge for the rebuilding Phillies, general manager Ruben Amaro Jr. is apparently limited in the teams with which he could...
  • Don Mattingly's time on Hall of Fame ballot comes to close

    From 1984 through 1989, few were as great as Don Mattingly. The same can be said for his trademark mustache. Alas, that six-season stretch wasn't enough for Donnie Baseball to earn enough votes to become a Hall of Famer this year, his 15th and final...
  • Cards C Molina wins seventh straight Gold Glove

    Cards C Molina wins seventh straight Gold Glove
    St. Louis Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina received a Gold Glove on Tuesday for the seventh consecutive season, highlighting the start of baseball's official awards season. Three finalists were announced for each of the Baseball Writers' Association of...
  • White Sox satisfied with catching — for now

    White Sox satisfied with catching — for now
    PHOENIX — The White Sox would upgrade at catcher if a viable option presents itself, but the position no longer ranks in the must-improve-now category based on the club's more pressing needs, general manager Rick Hahn said this week at the GM...