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  • Mets coming off highest finish since 2008

    The Sports Xchange MLB Team Report - New York Mets - INSIDE PITCH NEW YORK -- For a team that was about to complete its sixth straight losing season, the New York Mets felt pretty good about themselves as they prepared to scatter to their winter homes...
  • Wrigley Field bleachers now blast from past

    Wrigley Field bleachers now blast from past
    We all have seen the White House, the Golden Gate bridge, the Las Vegas strip and other American landmarks destroyed in various sci-fi movies. And now we have a real-life version of a Wrigley Field Apocalypse, and it's very photogenic indeed. The idea...
  • Ishikawa an unlikely hero for Giants

    (Reuters) - Travis Ishikawa, mired in a slump in the minors, nearly gave up his Major League Baseball career this summer before adding his name to Giants' lore with a home run that put his club in the World Series. Ishikawa's three-run homer Thursday...
  • Profiles of teams in the World Series

    (Reuters) - Brief profiles of the Kansas City Royals and San Francisco Giants, who will meet in Major League Baseball's best-of-seven World Series starting on Tuesday. - - KANSAS CITY ROYALS Manager: Ned Yost Stadium: Kauffman Stadium World Series...
  • 'Big Game' James Shields expected to start Game 1

    The Sports Xchange By Alan Eskew, The Sports Xchange 'Big Game' James Shields expected to start Game 1 KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Manager Ned Yost remained evasive on who the Kansas City Royals starting pitcher would be for Tuesday's opening game of the World...
  • Joe Strauss: Cardinals' Wainwright gave it his all, but has nothing to show

    SAN FRANCISCO It was tough to tell for whom Thursday night by McCovey Cove meant more, the Cardinals' veteran ace with everything except a Cy Young Award and a postseason legacy, or the defending league champions desperately trying to prevent this place...
  • Letters: Dodgers take a little off the top

    Letters: Dodgers take a little off the top
    Let's hope the Dodgers' front office relief fares better than their bullpen relief. Alan Stern Shadow Hills :: For the past two weeks, I have been watching a baseball team wearing white and blue uniforms with clutch hitting with runners in scoring...
  • Wacha allows game-winning homer as Giants end Cardinals' season

    SAN FRANCISCO Michael Wacha, the Cardinals' postseason hero in 2013, had been the invisible man in the Cardinals' bullpen. Until tonight, when he was very visible. Wacha also was the Cardinals' losing pitcher as their season ended. Not having pitched...
  • Ishikawa blasts Giants into World Series

    The Sports Xchange By Dave Del Grande, The Sports Xchange EditorsNote: rerwords ninth graf Ishikawa blasts Giants into World Series SAN FRANCISCO -- Thanks to their left fielders, the San Francisco Giants are headed back to the World Series. Injured...
  • Bernie Miklasz: Cards can't match Giants' toughness

    SAN FRANCISCO One way or another, the Giants were heading to Missouri. If they won Thursday night it was on to Kansas City for World Series Game 1. If the Giants lost to the Cardinals, they'd fly to St. Louis for National League championship series Game...
  • Giants, Ishikawa end Cards' season, move on to World Series

    SAN FRANCISCO From the first day of spring training, the San Francisco Giants quietly joked that this is an even year, so of course they would represent the National League in the World Series. On Thursday, that became a reality. Travis Ishikawa's three-...