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  • It's OK that Adrian Gonzalez won't start in Royal joke of an All-Star game

    It's OK that Adrian Gonzalez won't start in Royal joke of an All-Star game
    Baseball loves wacky, or maybe you haven’t been paying attention to the All-Star voting results. Major League Baseball has a real problem on its hands and has absolutely no one to blame but itself. And I’m not talking about Adrian Gonzalez...
  • Braves' Teheran gives up 13 hits in 9-4 loss to Red Sox

    BOSTON One day after Braves rookie Williams Perez continued to exceed expectations with six scoreless innings against the Red Sox, teammate Julio Teheran continued to fall far short of expectations. Teheran allowed a career-high 13 hits and six runs in 6...
  • Dietrich shows toughness in face of adversity

    Dietrich shows toughness in face of adversity
    It started out as a routine grounder in a nondescript spring training exhibition in March 2014. The slight, unexpected change of course of that ball would ultimately prove as wide as the Gulf of Mexico for Derek Dietrich's career path. The Marlins...
  • St. Louis Cardinals reportedly investigated for alleged hacking of Astros

    St. Louis Cardinals reportedly investigated for alleged hacking of Astros
    Clayton Kershaw might not be the only challenge the St. Louis Cardinals solved with surprising ease. The FBI is investigating whether the Cardinals, one of baseball's most respected and successful teams, hacked into the computers of the Houston Astros ...
  • Feds investigate allegations that Cardinals' employees hacked Astros' computer database

    ST. LOUIS The St. Louis Cardinals, widely considered an industry leader when it comes to contending on the field and being innovative off of it, are the subject of an investigation by the FBI and Justice Department to determine if club officials hacked...
  • Rangers edge the Dodgers, 3-2

    Rangers edge the Dodgers, 3-2
    KEY MOMENT: One batter into the bottom of the ninth inning, Robinson Chirinos tagged a Josh Ravin fastball for a walk-off home run. The Dodgers had trailed from the first inning onward until Justin Turner tied the game at 2-2 with his own ninth-inning...
  • Blackhawks showing Cubs how it's done — winning that is

    Blackhawks showing Cubs how it's done — winning that is
    One of the rites of summer in Chicago is Stanley's trip to Wrigley Field, when the Blackhawks bring their cup to the ballpark and let the Cubs hoist it. The Stanley Cup is not only a reward for excellence, but a gleaming reminder of how much we value...
  • FBI probe of Cardinals makes it fair to question series with Dodgers

    FBI probe of Cardinals makes it fair to question series with Dodgers
    After watching the planet's best pitcher endure two unimaginable meltdowns in the same situation to the same team in consecutive Octobers, some Dodgers fans began to wonder. Were the St. Louis Cardinals cheating? Maybe not, but now federal authorities...
  • First the Patriots, now the Cardinals feeling fans' wrath

    Mocking t-shirts are available online. Deprecating jokes are making the rounds. Social media is saturated with derogatory lines about the latest embarrassing predicament involving a model sports franchise. Tom Brady and the New England Patriots? Nope....
  • Preview: Marlins at Cincinnati; Friday, 7:10 p.m.

    Preview: Marlins at Cincinnati; Friday, 7:10 p.m.
    When/where: 7:10 p.m., Great American Ball Park, Cincinnati On the mound: RHP Dan Haren (6-3, 3.22) vs.RHP Mike Leake (3-4, 4.35): Haren is 4-3 with a 4.78 against the Reds, including 2-2 (5.59) in Cincy. He's 1/3 of an inning shy of having six...
  • On The Fly: A.J. Pollock Could Use Some Connecticut Support

    On The Fly: A.J. Pollock Could Use Some Connecticut Support
    Rare is the baseball player today whose value and skills are so agreed upon. Diamondbacks center fielder A.J. Pollock, who played at RHAM High in Hebron, is having that kind of season. Though he went 0-for-4 Thursday, Pollock, through 65 games, is...