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  • A.J. Burnett not pitching next year?

    A.J. Burnett not pitching next year?
    With A.J. Burnett's start Tuesday night against the Seattle Mariners, his player option for the 2015 season got more expensive. Triggered at $8.5 million with his 24th start earlier this year, Burnett upped his option to $10 million Tuesday. It will get...
  • Schilling: Chewing caused cancer

    The Sports Xchange Schilling: Chewing caused cancer Curt Schilling, who won 216 games in 20 major league seasons, announced Wednesday on WEEI radio in Boston his belief that a recent bout with cancer was caused by chewing tobacco. Schilling, who...
  • Curt Schilling Blames His Cancer On Chewing Tobacco

    Curt Schilling, who won 216 games in 20 major-league seasons, announced Wednesday on WEEI radio in Boston his belief that a recent bout with cancer was caused by chewing tobacco. Schilling, who declared victory over cancer in February, had not...
  • Mo'ne Davis makes Sports Illustrated cover

    Mo'ne Davis makes Sports Illustrated cover
    Matt McBride, a product of Liberty High and Lehigh University, was called up from Triple-A to Colorado by the Rockies on Tuesday night. McBride, who pinch hit on Tuesday night for the Rockies, was hitting .305 with seven home runs, 35 RBIs and 27 runs...
  • 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...
  • Dick Teed, Windsor Baseball Legend, Dies At 88

    WINDSOR — Dick Teed, a local baseball legend who once shared a dugout with Jackie Robinson when they were teammates with the Brooklyn Dodgers, died Sunday. He was 88. In an interview last year just prior to the opening of the movie "42," which...
  • Game roundup: Blue Jays end Brewers' 5-game win streak

    The Sports Xchange EditorsNote: Update 1: Adds Blue Jays-Brewers as new lede Game roundup: Blue Jays end Brewers' 5-game win streak MILWAUKEE -- Jose Bautista and Colby Rasmus hit home runs as the Toronto Blue Jays beat Milwaukee 9-5 Wednesday, snapping...
  • Phillies get behind Hamels in 4-3 win

    The Sports Xchange By Jordan Hall, The Sports Xchange Phillies get behind Hamels in 4-3 win PHILADELPHIA -- For Cole Hamels, Wednesday's game was a bit of poetic justice. For the Seattle Mariners, it was a head-scratcher. Hamels (7-6), a red-hot...
  • Phillies' bullpen shines in win over Mariners

    Cole Hamels lingered in the on-deck circle Wednesday as Mariners reliever Tom Wilhelmsen tossed four intentional balls to Andres Blanco. It was the fifth inning, and Hamels knew this ended his uninspired afternoon. He dangled his bat in disappointment....
  • Taney Dragons are making Philly proud

    Taney Dragons are making Philly proud
    The Phillies are in last place and hemorrhaging losses. Ryan Howard is hitting .219; Jimmy Rollins, .239. Cliff Lee is hurt, and Cole Hamels wants out. Then, there is Taney. The Sixers are a rebuilding embarrassment. The Flyers just re-signed Kimmo...
  • Phillies 5, Giants 3 (10)

    Phillies 5, Giants 3 (10): Cody Asche belted a game-tying two-run homer in the eighth inning and scored the go-ahead run in the 10th as visiting Philadelphia edged San Francisco in the opener of a three-game series. Javier Lopez loaded the bases by...