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  • Hall of Famer Jim Palmer provides a taste of summer on a wintry day

    Hall of Famer Jim Palmer provides a taste of summer on a wintry day
    On a day when Mother Nature brought the Lehigh Valley a winter wonderland, Jim Palmer had a crowd of over 600 at the Holiday Inn Conference Center in Fogelsville thinking much warmer thoughts. Palmer was the keynote speaker at Wednesday's 17th annual...
  • On The Fly: Sox To Sign Sandoval, Ramirez

    On The Fly: Sox To Sign Sandoval, Ramirez
    A year after winning the World Series, the Red Sox embraced a youth movement and stumbled to last place. The reaction from Yawkey Way? Spend like it's Black Friday. Rotund third baseman Pablo Sandoval reportedly has agreed to a deal worth close to $100...
  • Jameis Winston autographs' authenticity reportedly in question

    The authenticity of a slew of Jameis Winston autographs reported to the NCAA for potential rule violations is under question. During an interview with FSU NCAA rule compliance officials, Winston denied signing items James Spence Authentication certified...
  • Yost's critics growing, but Royals keep winning

    Yost's critics growing, but Royals keep winning
    According to UrbanDictionary.com, the word yosted means "not being sober" (as in "That dude's yosted") or the act of "getting screwed over" ("Yo, you just got yosted"). But in Tuesday night's American League wild-card game between the Royals and A's,...
  • Giants shortstop Crawford did something Ripken, Jeter somehow never did

    Giants shortstop Crawford did something Ripken, Jeter somehow never did
    The hit that broke open the National League Wild Card Game on Wednesday night revealed an almost unbelievable baseball postseason statistic. Brandon Crawford's fourth-inning grand slam for the San Francisco Giants was the first four-run homer hit by a...
  • 2014 Philadelphia Sports Hall of Fame inductees announced

    2014 Philadelphia Sports Hall of Fame inductees announced
    The Philadelphia Sports Hall of Fame announced on Monday the details for its 11th Annual Induction Ceremony, presented by StubHub, which takes place on Thursday, November 13 at Sheraton Society Hill at 7:30 p.m. Pat Williams, General Manager of the...
  • When Bob Costas was voice (briefly) of Bulls

    When Bob Costas was voice (briefly) of Bulls
    Bob Costas has covered so many Olympics, Super Bowls, World Series, U.S. Opens and other big events that they blur together. Yet there's one entry on his resume that might surprise even hard-core basketball fans. Costas was the play-by-play voice for...
  • Frank Thomas dresses up as 'Frozen' character on 'Windy City Live'

    Frank Thomas dresses up as 'Frozen' character on 'Windy City Live'
    Frank Thomas got into the Halloween spirit for Friday’s episode of ABC-7's “Windy City Live.” The White Sox legend and 2014 Baseball Hall of Fame inductee dressed up as Kristoff from Disney’s “Frozen” for the occasion....
  • Legendary, Derek Jeter Launch Digital Media Startup for Pro Athletes to Post 'Unfiltered' Content

    Derek Jeter, the now-retired New York Yankees ballplayer, has a new career: multimedia entrepreneur. Jeter is teaming up with movie studio Legendary Entertainment to launch The Players' Tribune, a digital startup that promises to be a home for...
  • Johnny Bench prices Rancho Mirage home at $1.195 million

    Johnny Bench of Big Red Machine fame has put his lakefront home in Rancho Mirage on the market for $1.195 million. Set off a cul-de-sac, the desert dwelling rests on nearly half an acre in the guard-gated Mission Hills Country Club area with lake and...
  • Tom Glavine's Alpharetta, Ga., home goes for $1.7 million

    After their home near Alpharetta, Ga., bounced on and off the market for the better part of six years, Hall of Fame baseball pitcher Tom Glavine and his wife, Christine, have found a buyer. The 10,222-square-foot residence, once listed for as much as...