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  • On The Fly

    Frank Thomas gave one of the more emotional speeches in the history of Baseball Hall of Fame inductions. An estimated 48,000 fans filled the field in Cooperstown, N.Y., in front of the dais of past and newly elected hall of fame members. People wiped...
  • Joe Torre Forgets George Steinbrenner In Hall Of Fame Speech

    COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. — It was billed as one of the great Hall of Fame classes ever. The National Baseball Hall of Fame induction ceremony on Sunday welcomed pitching greats Greg Maddux and Tom Glavine, slugger Frank Thomas and a trio of managers, World...
  • Rafael Palmeiro falls off Hall of Fame ballot; Mike Mussina receives 20.3 percent of vote

    Rafael Palmeiro falls off Hall of Fame ballot; Mike Mussina receives 20.3 percent of vote
    While the National Baseball Hall of Fame was announcing Wednesday that three players in their first year of eligibility — pitchers Greg Maddux and Tom Glavine and slugger Frank Thomas — had been elected by the writers' association in the...
  • Home of Cubs legend Ron Santo nears closing on sale

    Home of Cubs legend Ron Santo nears closing on sale
    The longtime ranch-style home of Chicago Cubs legend Ron Santo recently came on the market in Bannockburn for $719,000. One of the most popular ballplayers in Chicago history, Santo, who was the Cubs star third baseman from 1960 to 1973 and then was a...
  • Baseball Hall of Fame back to normal elections, sort of

    Baseball Hall of Fame back to normal elections, sort of
    The Hall of Fame shut its doors to the living last year. That was a metaphor, or so we were told. No breathing inductees, and down the slippery slope to irrelevance. Nonsense then, absurdity now. One year after the Baseball Writers' Assn. of America...
  • After early season struggles, Manny Machado finding comfort zone at the plate

    NEW YORK -- After going through an early-season 1-for-18 slump, third baseman Manny Machado is starting to find his comfort zone in the No. 2 spot in the Orioles batting order. Since hitting the game-winning home run in the team’s 8-5 comeback win...
  • The 20 greatest Dodgers of all time, No. 5: Don Drysdale

    The 20 greatest Dodgers of all time, No. 5: Don Drysdale
    We recently asked you to list your choices for the 10 greatest Dodgers of all time, and vote you did, as we received an amazing 12,231 ballots. So many people voted that we have decided to expand the list from the top 10 to the top 20. Each weekday at...
  • Baseball: Ben Verlander, CNU's Chrismon, Denbigh's Garcia among MLB draftees on final day

    The last and most prolific day of Major League Baseball's annual amateur draft brought a little of everything to area fans. -- The Detroit Tigers picked another Verlander. -- Numerous players from state colleges who had successful seasons, including...
  • Noted historian makes her vacation picks

    Noted historian makes her vacation picks
    When you're planning a vacation with kids, Doris Kearns Goodwin suggests mixing in a little history. "Something rubs off," said the Pulitzer Prize-winning author and historian. "People say maybe the kids are grumpy and such, but you often hear about a...
  • Barry Bonds is trying to hit one out of Beverly Park

    Barry Bonds is trying to hit one out of Beverly Park
    Perhaps hoping to hit a home run of a different sort, former baseball outfielder Barry Bonds has put his Italian-inspired estate in Beverly Park up for sale at $25 million. Designed to function both as a place to host large-scale events and as a family...
  • Curt Schilling's bloody sock auction: Do I hear $100,000?

    Bidding is underway for a bloody sock that Curt Schilling wore while pitching the Boston Red Sox to a victory against theĀ  St. Louis Cardinals during Game 2 of the 2004 World Series. Schilling decided to sell the sock, which was bloodied as he was...