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  • Tigers 8, White Sox 4

    The Sports Xchange By Brian Hedger, The Sports Xchange Tigers 8, White Sox 4 CHICAGO -- The Detroit Tigers won a matchup of rookie starters making their major league debuts Saturday night at U.S. Cellular Field. They also won the game, 8-4, against...
  • Bud Selig honors Vin Scully with prestigious award

    Before Friday, there was one person in baseball who had received the Commissioner's Historic Achievement Award as a non-player: Rachel Robinson,  wife of the late Jackie Robinson. That number doubled when Commissioner Bud Selig presented Dodgers...
  • Grammar Police tackle bring/take and Ed Hanna

    Before I get to readers berating me in this Grammar Police column, I'll offer two entertaining submissions I received. Why is English so much fun? " 'ALL THE FAITH HE HAD HAD HAD HAD NO EFFECT ON THE OUTCOME OF HIS LIFE.' Because that sentence makes...
  • Saturday: Braves at Marlins, 7:10 p.m.

    Braves at Marlins When/where: 7:10 p.m., Marlins Park, Miami On the air TV: Fox Sports Florida Radio: 940-AM, 1230-AM (West Palm), 710-AM (Spanish) On the mound LHP Alex Wood (10-10, 2.92) vs. RHP Nathan Eovaldi (6-10, 4.19): This is a rematch of...
  • Orioles celebrate 60th anniversary with a bang

    The Orioles hit six homers and blew out the St. Louis Cardinals, 12-2, on Friday night. And then the real show started. As part of their 60th-anniversary celebration, the Orioles hosted a fireworks and laser-light show after the game. Orioles...
  • Ryan helps Tigers split with White Sox

    The Sports Xchange By Brian Hedger, The Sports Xchange Ryan helps Tigers split with White Sox CHICAGO -- Kyle Ryan wasn't as nervous as he thought he'd be on a major league mound Saturday night at U.S. Cellular Field and the crafty left-handed rookie...
  • Luis Gonzalez, Carlos Delgado among ex-Miami Marlins in 2015 Latino Baseball Hall of Fame class

    Luis Gonzalez, Carlos Delgado among ex-Miami Marlins in 2015 Latino Baseball Hall of Fame class
    The Latino Baseball Hall of Fame announced its 2015 induction class Friday, and three of the six members have Marlins’ ties. Ozzie Guillen (Venezuela) managed the club in 2012. Luis Gonzalez (Cuba) and Carlos Delgado (Puerto Rico) each spent a...
  • Whiting drops plans for Chicago Baseball Museum

    Whiting drops plans for Chicago Baseball Museum
    A sports museum complex set for groundbreaking by fall 2015 in Whiting will still include a hall of fame for sports mascots, but another wing dedicated to Chicago's baseball history is no longer part of the project. Whiting officials confirmed this week...
  • Peavy flirts with no-hitter in Giants' 3-1 win

    The Sports Xchange By Dave Del Grande, The Sports Xchange Peavy flirts with no-hitter in Giants' 3-1 win SAN FRANCISCO -- On a night when hard-hit balls were finding defenders, and vice versa, it took a floater to deny San Francisco Giants right-hander...
  • When will Frank Thomas's Big Hurt Brewhouse open?

    The original plan was for Big Hurt Brewhouse – co-owned by White Sox legend and recent Baseball Hall of Fame inductee Frank Thomas – to open in Berwyn in late 2013 or early 2014. Now the goal is to be open for the Bears’ home opener...
  • Torre Still Giving Credit To Everyone Else

    Torre Still Giving Credit To Everyone Else
    NEW YORK — When he took over as manager of the Yankees on Nov. 2, 1995, greeted by the blaring tabloid headline "Clueless Joe," and the oft-unreasonable demands of George Steinbrenner, Joe Torre had a choice. No. 2? Or No. 6? "I wanted a single...