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  • On The Fly: State Has Lost Two Sports Legends In Toner, Detrick

    John Toner's 1955 and 1956 New Britain High football teams were unbeaten in state games. He said yes to UConn's moving from the Yankee Conference to the Big East. He hired Jim Calhoun and Geno Auriemma. He was influential in bringing women's sports...
  • Mo'ne Davis jersey going into Baseball Hall of Fame

    The jersey worn by Mo'ne Davis at the Little League World Series is headed to the Baseball Hall of Fame. Davis, who in August became the fourth girl to pitch in the Little League World Series and the first to win a game, donated her jersey from the...
  • First black player in major leagues? Hint: It wasn't Jackie Robinson

    First black player in major leagues? Hint: It wasn't Jackie Robinson
    Mark Palmer wanders through a cemetery in a southeastern Ohio steel town looking for a man most of the world has forgotten. Years ago, Palmer's grandmother told him the story of the man buried here. That's my uncle, she said, your great-grand uncle. His...
  • 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...
  • Orioles celebrate 60th anniversary with a bang

    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...
  • Letters: Something's still a little off with Dodgers

    Letters: Something's still a little off with Dodgers
    In trying to make some sense out of the Dodgers' TV shame, Bill Dwyre suggested that fans could at least simulcast Vin Scully during the locally televised Freeway Series. But that's just another fool's errand. You can't simulcast anymore, what with...
  • Spanish sportscasters make impact in S. Florida

    Those who tune in to the Miami Heat only in English may be unaware that Eric Reid has a bookend in longevity. Jose Paneda has been calling the games on the team's Spanish radio broadcasts since the franchise' second season. To a sizable segment of the...
  • Tavares teenager thrilled by playing baseball at Cooperstown, N.Y.

    Tavares teenager thrilled by playing baseball at Cooperstown, N.Y.
    TAVARES — For the past four years Delaney Heaberlin,13, has loved and played baseball and softball. Last year, she played on four different teams, which led Delaney and her family on a three-week summer journey of competitions that has only...
  • On The Fly: Vikings Erred In Reinstating Peterson

    If I lived in Duluth or St. Paul, Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton would get my vote for his stance against the Vikings for allowing Adrian Peterson to play Sunday. The Radisson hotel chain also suspended its limited sponsorship with the Vikings. The Vikings...
  • 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...
  • 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...