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  • Orioles to play White Sox on Wednesday in closed stadium

    After a pair of postponements caused by rioting in Baltimore, the Orioles and Chicago White Sox will play Wednesday at Camden Yards in what is believed to be the first game without fans in major league baseball's 145-season history. Because of the...
  • Philadelphia Phillies option struggling Dom Brown to Lehigh Valley IronPigs

    Dom Brown expected to be playing his last game Tuesday night at Triple-A Lehigh Valley before catching a plane to St. Louis to join the Phillies. The Phillies apparently expected more than a .139 batting average in nine rehab games with the IronPigs,...
  • Cops Needed Elsewhere, So O's Will Host White Sox In Empty Park

    BALTIMORE — After a pair of postponements caused by rioting in Baltimore, the Orioles and Chicago White Sox will play Wednesday at Camden Yards in what is believed to be the first game without fans in Major League Baseball's history. Because of...
  • The designated hitter should be celebrated, not condemned, by baseball

    The designated hitter should be celebrated, not condemned, by baseball
    I’ve been carrying a secret since 1973. It’s not the kind of thing you mention in the gym, at a poker party, or around the batting cage in a National League city. I love the designated hitter. There, Dr. Phil, I said it. I want to...
  • Cubs rough up Pirates' Locke in 6-2 win

    CHICAGO Pirates' lean left-hander Jeff Locke walked off the mound Tuesday night to a chorus of Ray Charles' "Hit the Road Jack" and scattered boos. It was the fourth inning, and the boos came from Cubs fans who didn't particularly want batting practice to...
  • White Sox-Orioles postponed Tuesday; Wednesday's game will be closed to public

    White Sox-Orioles postponed Tuesday; Wednesday's game will be closed to public
    BALTIMORE (AP) — After a pair of postponements caused by rioting in Baltimore, the Orioles and Chicago White Sox will play Wednesday at Camden Yards in what is believed to be the first game without fans in major league baseball's 145-season history....
  • Reds considering surgery for Homer Bailey's injured elbow

    Reds right-hander Homer Bailey may require surgery on his pitching elbow, a significant setback to a team already struggling with its staff. Cincinnati is considering various options for treating an injured ligament in Bailey's right elbow, including...
  • O's-White Sox series might move out of city

    O's-White Sox series might move out of city
    New baseball commissioner Rob Manfred said Monday that his office is "is looking at every possible alternative" to provide a safe place for the Orioles and Chicago White Sox to play their scheduled games this week if the unrest in Baltimore continues...
  • Dodgers Dugout: Giant problems

    Dodgers Dugout: Giant problems
    Hi, Houston Mitchell here with one big thought: Of all the teams to get swept by, why did it have to be the Giants? Giant step back Remember all the giddiness from that seven-game winning streak? Yeah, I don’t either after losing three...
  • Cubs' Joe Maddon against adding DH in NL

    Cubs' Joe Maddon against adding DH in NL
    Cubs President Theo Epstein was guarded in his opinion on whether the National League should adopt the designated hitter and play by the same rules as the American League. “I’ll save my comments for the league meetings," Epstein said...
  • Giants' Bumgarner rejects idea of DH moving to National League

    LOS ANGELES Madison Bumgarner saw Max Scherzer's comments advocating that the designated hitter should be instituted in both leagues, and asserting that nobody pays to see a pitcher "swinging a wet newspaper." Any thoughts on that, Madison? "Oh, well,...