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  • 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...
  • Saturday: Braves at Marlins, 7:10 p.m.

    Braves at Marlins When/where: 7:10 p.m., Marlins Park, Miami On the air TV: Fox Sports Florida Radio: 940-AM, 1230-AM (West Palm), 710-AM (Spanish) On the mound LHP Alex Wood (10-10, 2.92) vs. RHP Nathan Eovaldi (6-10, 4.19): This is a rematch of...
  • Bud Selig honors Vin Scully with prestigious award

    Before Friday, there was one person in baseball who had received the Commissioner's Historic Achievement Award as a non-player: Rachel Robinson,  wife of the late Jackie Robinson. That number doubled when Commissioner Bud Selig presented Dodgers...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • On The Fly: Crushing Loss For Sun In L.A.

    With Magic Johnson in attendance and a playoff spot very much on the line, the Connecticut Sun may have suffered the most stinging regular-season defeat in their history Sunday at the Staples Center. The Sun, ahead by six with 29.8 seconds to play,...
  • 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....
  • Hall of Fame class prepares for induction

    Winning 300 games, hitting 500 homers and racking up more than 2,000 managerial wins was easy compared with what comes next for the Baseball Hall of Fame class of 2014 — delivering a brief but career-encompassing speech in front of 60,000 people....
  • 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...
  • Noted historian makes her vacation picks

    Noted historian makes her vacation picks
    When you're planning a vacation with kids, Doris Kearns Goodwin suggests mixing in a little history. "Something rubs off," said the Pulitzer Prize-winning author and historian. "People say maybe the kids are grumpy and such, but you often hear about a...
  • Run the vanishing rapids

    Run the vanishing rapids
    In addition to Victoria Falls, Africa's Zambezi River is known for its challenging whitewater. An agreement by the governments of Zambia and Zimbabwe to build two dams downriver from the falls would flood the Batoka Gorge below the falls, wiping out...