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  • Trainer Rick Smith, Angels fixer-upper, is in the house — for 37 years

    Trainer Rick Smith, Angels fixer-upper, is in the house — for 37 years
    Rick Smith gulps black coffee from a travel mug as he bounces past the empty training room's treatment tables and wall-sized photos of former players deep under Angel Stadium. A slender man with gray whiskers and a quick smile, Smith is wrapped in a 5-...
  • Brooks Robinson to receive Lifetime Achievement Award

    Brooks Robinson to receive Lifetime Achievement Award
    Orioles Hall of Famer Brooks Robinson will be honored with the Major League Baseball Players Alumni Association's 2014 Lifetime Achievement Award at the 15th Annual Legends for Youth Dinner in New York City. The event on Nov. 18 recognizes former...
  • 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...
  • Twins cancel ceremony after Knoblauch charged with assault

    Former major leaguer Chuck Knoblauch was charged with assaulting his former wife, and as a result of the incident the Minnesota Twins canceled the team's Hall of Fame induction ceremony scheduled next month. According to K-HOU television in Houston, the...
  • Hall of Fame highlights for Cubs fans

    Hall of Fame highlights for Cubs fans
    Here are five must-see things for Cubs fans at the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, N.Y. Tinkers to Evers to Chance: Get a feel for what it was like when the Cubs were actually successful in the postseason by visiting the little glass cube...
  • Day Trips from the Lehigh Valley

    Day Trips from the Lehigh Valley
    DAY TRIPPIN' •Amish Homestead Tour, National Christmas Center, meal at Fulton Steamboat, Dec. 4. $80. Deadline: Nov. 9. West Swamp Mennonite Church, Earl, 267-347-4633. •Little Italy in the Bronx, guided tour and tastings, Oct. 11. $65....
  • 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...
  • Chicago ties bind the mayor of Cooperstown

    Chicago ties bind the mayor of Cooperstown
    COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. — Several years ago, Karen Katz walked into her son's parent-teacher day at his preschool in Lincolnshire expecting to have a conversation about 4-year-old Joey. But when Katz introduced herself as Joey's mom, she got a...
  • Hall of Fame highlights for White Sox fans

    Hall of Fame highlights for White Sox fans
    Here are five must-see things for White Sox fans at the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, N.Y. Old Comiskey pinwheel: Nothing will bring back the fondness for the old Comiskey Park quite like the oversized, 1970s-tastic electric pinwheel from the...
  • 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...
  • 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...