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  • Clayton Kershaw no-hits Rockies in Dodgers' 8-0 victory

    Clayton Kershaw no-hits Rockies in Dodgers' 8-0 victory
    KEY MOMENT: Clayton Kershaw pitched his first no-hitter, with a career-high 15 strikeouts. AT THE PLATE: Miguel Rojas hit a bases-loaded double to key a five-run third inning. Rojas thus boosted his career RBI total from one to four. URIBE CLOSE:...
  • Pete Rose to manage for a game

    Pete Rose to manage for a game
    Pete Rose is returning to the dugout for a day to manage an independent league team. Rose, banished from the major leagues for betting on baseball, will return to the bench for the first time since 1989 when he serves as manager of the...
  • UC Irvine's Mike Gillespie, Texas' Augie Garrido to play one for ages

    What’s older than Major League Baseball? The combined ages of two coaches who will face each other in the College World Series on Saturday. UC Irvine’s Mike Gillespie (74) will see Texas’ Augie Garrido (75) in the other dugout for...
  • Dr. Frank Jobe, best known for Tommy John surgery, dies at 88

    Dr. Frank Jobe, best known for Tommy John surgery, dies at 88
    In the summer of 1974, Dodger pitcher Tommy John heard his arm snap like a guitar string after delivering a pitch. The torn ligament was the type of injury that commonly ended athletic careers, but John, then a 31-year-old star, pushed team doctors "to...
  • Defaced Clemente mural reveals a portrait of neglect

    Defaced Clemente mural reveals a portrait of neglect
    The news sucker punched me in 1972. An airplane fell out of the sky and plunged in the water off the coast of Isla Verde, Puerto Rico. Among the lost was No. 21. Suddenly, the 8-year-old wannabe big-leaguer who determined never to drop a fly ball...
  • New Nolan Ryan book details why he didn't end career with Angels

    New Nolan Ryan book details why he didn't end career with Angels
    Buzzie Bavasi has long been blamed as the man responsible for letting Nolan Ryan leave the Angels in 1979. Bavasi, then the team's general manager, played hardball with the game's hardest thrower with the insulting quote that all he needed was two 8-7...
  • Thomas Tull: A Brief Bio of the Legendary CEO

    THOMAS TULL Age: 43 Hometown: Binghamton, N.Y.; raised by a single mother, who was a dental hygienist Career: • Ran a chain of Laundromats and tax preparation outlets; president of private equity firm Convex Group • Founded the short-lived Brash...
  • 1950s singer Jerry Vale dies at 83

    1950s singer Jerry Vale dies at 83
    Singer Jerry Vale, who recorded more than 50 albums during his career as a romantic pop singer, died on Sunday at age 83, his family attorney said. "Jerry Vale passed away in Palm Desert, California, at 9:45 a.m. He was with his family and friends,"...
  • Obama donates White Sox jacket to Baseball Hall of Fame

    It sure wasn’t pretty, but the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum in Cooperstown, N.Y., will memorialize President Obama’s first presidential pitch anyway. Obama has donated the puffy White Sox jacket he wore when he threw out the...
  • Simi Valley players get a sense of baseball history at Reagan library

    Simi Valley players get a sense of baseball history at Reagan library
    Having a day off on Wednesday, Simi Valley baseball Coach Matt La Belle decided to take his players on a short field trip to the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum to see the best exhibition of baseball memorabilia outside of the National...
  • Review: 'Turning the Black Sox White' by Tim Hornbaker

    Review: 'Turning the Black Sox White' by Tim Hornbaker
    Tim Hornbaker, in his "Turning the Black Sox White: The Misunderstood Legacy of Charles A. Comiskey," makes a more persuasive case for Charles A. Comiskey's importance in 19th- and 20th-century baseball than previous books (including 1919's "Commy" by G....