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  • Dodgers' Mike Brito named international scout of the year

    Dodgers' Mike Brito named international scout of the year
    Mike Brito of the Dodgers will be recognized Wednesday afternoon as the international scout of the year. The reception will take place during Major League Baseball’s annual winter meetings. Brito, 80, is best known for signing a teenage Fernando...
  • Sy Berger dies at 91; father of the modern-day baseball card

    Sy Berger dies at 91; father of the modern-day baseball card
    On a garbage scow off New Jersey, an executive for a powerful organization was getting rid of a costly problem. He watched in silence as a lever was pulled and box after box plunged into the dark waters: Goodbye, Mickey Mantle. Goodbye, Jackie Robinson....
  • Reading Phils to honor Rolen, announce 2015 promotions

    Reading Phils to honor Rolen, announce 2015 promotions
    Twenty years following their historic Eastern League Championship season, former Reading Phillies standouts Scott Rolen and Dan Held will be inducted into the Reading Baseball Hall of Fame on Saturday, May 2nd when the club hosts the Portland Sea Dogs...
  • Maury Wills, Gil Hodges denied election to Baseball Hall of Fame

    Maury Wills, Gil Hodges denied election to Baseball Hall of Fame
    For the second time in two years, a Hall of Fame voting body elected no one to the Hall of Fame. In January 2013, the Baseball Writers Assn. of America declined to elect any of the 37 candidates on its ballot, an election most notably read as a...
  • Golden Era players shut out in Hall of Fame vote

    Golden Era players shut out in Hall of Fame vote
    Tony Oliva and Dick Allen each fell one vote short of election to the Baseball Hall of Fame as no candidates were elected Monday under the Golden Era balloting.   Nine players and one former executive whose careers were between 1947 and ’72...
  • Riddell's diamond gems sold

    Riddell's diamond gems sold
    When discussing his preference for baseball equipment over baseball cards, noted sports memorabilia collector Bill Riddell was fond of saying: "You can't swing a card." Similarly, the late beloved teacher and coach at TeWinkle Middle School in Costa...
  • 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...
  • Johnny Bench prices Rancho Mirage home at $1.195 million

    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...
  • Five former Orioles are on 2015 Baseball Hall of Fame ballot

    Five former Orioles are on 2015 Baseball Hall of Fame ballot
    The 2015 Baseball Hall of Fame ballot was announced Monday, and five of the 34 candidates are former Orioles who were holdovers from last year. The ballot includes 17 newcomers, headlined by likely first-ballot entrants Randy Johnson, Pedro Martinez and...
  • 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...
  • 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...