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  • Baseball great Randy Johnson sells Dana Point home for $6.25 million

    Baseball great Randy Johnson sells Dana Point home for $6.25 million
    Hall of Fame baseball pitcher Randy Johnson, whose Arizona estate made headlines when it came to market at $25 million last year, has made another multimillion-dollar splash in Orange County, selling a Dana Point home for $6.25 million.
  • Pete Rose has submitted reinstatement request, Rob Manfred says

    Pete Rose has submitted reinstatement request, Rob Manfred says
    Major League Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred told reporters Monday that he has received a formal reinstatement request from Pete Rose, baseball's hit king. “I do have a formal request from Pete. I will be in communications with his...

    Astros reliever's baseball odyssey includes 8 teams

    Astros reliever's baseball odyssey includes 8 teams
    KISSIMMEE — Chad Qualls has played with Craig Biggio and Randy Johnson, two members of the 2015 Baseball Hall of Fame class. Qualls, a right-handed reliever, has watched Derek Jeter field groundballs behind him. He has shared a clubhouse with...

    James S. Royer Jr., educator

    James S. Royer Jr., educator
    James S. Royer Jr., a retired Baltimore public school educator and passionate Orioles fan, died Monday at Lorien Mays Chapel of pneumonia. He was 90. The son of the Rev. James S. Royer Sr., a United Methodist minister, and Helen Royer, a church...

    Sugar: One last time Ernie Banks swung and missed

    Sugar: One last time Ernie Banks swung and missed
    The life and death of Ernie Banks is truly instructive on many levels. Universally acclaimed as a perennial optimist with the sunniest disposition, he was the most beloved Cubs player in Chicago. He was the first African-American player for the Cubs,...