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  • 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...
  • 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...
  • A's run win streak against Twins to 12

    The Sports Xchange By Eric Gilmore, The Sports Xchange A's run win streak against Twins to 12 OAKLAND, Calif. -- The Oakland A's took an 11-game winning streak against the Minnesota Twins into Saturday night's matchup. The A's had veteran right-hander...
  • 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...
  • Burglar who stole Hank Aaron's baseball rings sentenced to prison

    A man who burglarized the Atlanta home of baseball legend Hank Aaron and stole "priceless" rings destined for the Baseball Hall of Fame has been sentenced to eight years in prison and 42 years on probation. Isiah Slaton, 24, pleaded guilty late Monday...
  • Taking the Kids -- and making dreams come true for little leaguers in Cooperstown, N.Y.

    Taking the Kids -- and making dreams come true for little leaguers in Cooperstown, N.Y.
    The Canton, Georgia, families -- all friends -- had been planning this once-in-a-lifetime trip for more than four years and they were all smiles that the Big Week had finally arrived. "This was the goal we set to be here together," said Scott Stroup....
  • St. Louis' Ballpark Village a whole new game

    St. Louis' Ballpark Village a whole new game
    Call it Wrigley South. Rooftop seats overlook the outfield, restaurants and bars fill with fans, people pack the plazas outside the ballpark. But there's little of the gritty urban ambience surrounding Chicago's century-old baseball stadium....
  • Cooperstown beyond the hall

    Cooperstown beyond the hall
    Whether you're heading to Cooperstown to see former White Sox slugger Frank Thomas and former Cubs hurler Greg Maddux inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame on July 27 or planning a visit for later in the summer, there's a lot more to this...
  • On The Fly

    Geno Smith of the Jets told espn.com that he expects to be among the best five quarterbacks in the NFL in the next couple of years. That means Smith is banking on significant improvement, or the vast majority of the league's starting quarterbacks plan...
  • Thinning the Baseball Hall of Fame herd: 94 who should NOT be in

    Thinning the Baseball Hall of Fame herd: 94 who should NOT be in
    Greg Maddux, Tom Glavine, Frank Thomas, Tony La Russa, Joe Torre and Bobby Cox will be inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame on Sunday, pushing membership to 306. There are 74 pitchers, 17 catchers, 21 first basemen, 20 second basemen, 15 third...