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  • Sox to open 2015 on the road, play six games vs. Cubs

    Sox to open 2015 on the road, play six games vs. Cubs
    The Chicago White Sox will open the 2015 season on the road for just the fourth time in 11 seasons when they visit the Kansas City Royals for a three-game series April 6-9, with an off day on April 7. The Sox will then host the Minnesota Twins in the...
  • Adam Dunn understands White Sox fans' anger

    Adam Dunn understands White Sox fans' anger
    A mix of polite applause and resentful boos greeted Adam Dunn on his first trip to the plate Monday night at U.S. Cellular Field. Dunn doesn't mind the boos so much this time around. Back in Chicago eight days after being traded to the Athletics,...
  • Relaxed Baez shines on Cubs' stage

    DENVER -- There will be stages bigger than the Coors Field venue that Javier Baez performed at in his major league debut Tuesday night, but his dramatic effort will be treasured by his teammates and Chicago Cubs fans for many years. After going...
  • Brewers' Jonathan Lucroy makes Lake County proud with all-star season

    Brewers' Jonathan Lucroy makes Lake County proud with all-star season
    ST. PETERSBURG — Behind the dugout, Don Semento heard the sound of balls being smashed off a hitting tee. Jonathan Lucroy, who had just been yanked from a summer-league game by the former Umatilla coach for not hustling, was frustrated at himself....
  • Red Sox Blown Out By Pirates

    PITTSBURGH -- Francisco Liriano had a difficult time throwing strikes. Yet with the way the Pittsburgh Pirates are playing, it didn't matter. Liriano won his third straight start, first baseman Ike Davis hit a three-run home run and backup shortstop...
  • Cubs on path to developing own big league talent

    Cubs on path to developing own big league talent
    Manager Rick Renteria grew up in Southern California in the 1970s following a Dodgers franchise that took deep pride in cultivating homegrown talent that produced two consecutive National League pennants. That model, along with a current Cardinals...
  • Streaking Pirates Sweep Series With Red Sox

    Streaking Pirates Sweep Series With Red Sox
    PITTSBURGH -- Pennant race games are often nerve wracking, but Gerrit Cole loves them. The righthander pitched into the eighth inning for yet another September win, and left fielderĀ Starling MarteĀ homered as the Pittsburgh Pirates beat the Boston Red Sox...
  • Dodgers have a date, possibly with destiny — it's Sept. 24

    Dodgers have a date, possibly with destiny — it's Sept. 24
    You can circle the date now — Sept. 24, a week from Wednesday. No heroics required. Keeping pace in the standings will be just fine. If the Dodgers simply pick up a half-game over the next nine days, they can clinch the National League West on...
  • Red Sox Scoreless In Loss To Pirates

    Red Sox Scoreless In Loss To Pirates
    Pirates 4, Red Sox 0: Russell Martin belted a two-run homer and Charlie Morton worked five scoreless innings in his first start in a month as host Pittsburgh posted its ninth win in 11 games. Starling Marte also went deep and Travis Snider added a run-...
  • Glendale Community College's Marco Estrada looks to write career's newest chapter in pen

    Glendale Community College's Marco Estrada looks to write career's newest chapter in pen
    In some ways, it’s 2011 all over again for Milwaukee Brewers pitcher Marco Estrada. That year, the one-time Glendale Community College standout enjoyed a breakthrough season, as did his Brewers. Milwaukee returned to the postseason for the first...
  • Cubs stick with same lineup

    Cubs stick with same lineup
    The Chicago Cubs will stick with the same lineup Tuesday night despite their current offensive rut. Luis Valbuena will stay in the fifth spot despite an 0-for-19 slump when they oppose National League Central leader Milwaukee and 14-game winner Wily...