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  • A journey to the launch point of Royals pitcher Yordano Ventura

    LAS TERRENAS, Dominican Republic Never mind that it was around midnight. This was an urgent matter to Royals scout Pedro Silverio: He had just glimpsed the future in the improbable form of a spindly 17-year-old.
  • Just another day at the office for Bud Selig

    Bud Selig's desk did not resemble that of a retired man. "I've got to try to make some order out of all this, but I'm not sure how I'm going to do it," moaned Selig. "All I'm doing is moving stuff from one side to the other." Just as it appeared...

    Ernie Banks: 14 memorable moments for No. 14

    Ernie Banks: 14 memorable moments for No. 14
    1953: Ernie Banks makes his Cubs debut Sept. 17. He starts at shortstop and bats seventh, becoming the first African-American player in team history.  1954: On Aug. 22, Banks homers twice in a 12-6 loss to the Braves at Wrigley Field. This is his...

    Sideline Chatter: He can't hit a golf ball, but he hits all the buffets

    Golf lessons, practice, driving range Charles Barkley has tried everything, it seems, to cure his dreadful game. "And don't get hypnotized," the ex-NBA star added on Campus Insiders' Seth Davis Show, "because that doesn't work. I took a good nap and woke...

    On The Fly: Joe Paterno Returns To Top

    Hope Bobby Bowden enjoyed his tenure as the winningest coach in Division I college football history. The 111 wins erased from Penn State's record were restored by the NCAA, restoring Joe Paterno as the No. 1 coach in career victories. The victories were...