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  • Rebuttal: Why Don Drysdale belongs in the Baseball Hall of Fame

    What a thrill it was (for five seconds) to see Don Drysdale’s picture on the cover of Sunday’s sports section. One of our own, a legendary Dodger, No. 53, was front-page news again. It was a thrill until flipping over the fold —...
  • Tuck's Knee Improving; She Should Be Ready For Practice

    Tuck's Knee Improving; She Should Be Ready For Practice
    WEST HARTFORD — Morgan Tuck is encouraged by her recovery from knee surgery, positive news for UConn. The Huskies need her to help Kiah Stokes and Breanna Stewart deal with the post now that Stefanie Dolson is in the WNBA. "She's good," Geno...
  • Sparks ignites UCI's rally to top Texas, 3-1

    Sparks ignites UCI's rally to top Texas, 3-1
    OMAHA, Neb. — UC Irvine slugger Taylor Sparks brought a little muscle to the small-ball showdown between the Anteaters and Texas in the opener of the College World Series on Saturday. The junior third basemen went three for four with a double...
  • No one better: Why Clayton Kershaw's no-hitter was MLB's all-time best

    No one better: Why Clayton Kershaw's no-hitter was MLB's all-time best
    Belly up and plant a flag, because there's no way of settling this debate. Still, it doesn't mean that an argument can't be made that Clayton Kershaw on Wednesday provided baseball with its greatest pitching performance. Not this season, but ever. As in...
  • A Rich Minor League History In New Britain

    A Rich Minor League History In New Britain
    HARTFORD — The expected departure of the Rock Cats to Hartford for 2016 will leave New Britain, a city of 73,000, without minor league baseball for the first time since 1983. It will also leave a 6,000-seat stadium, only 18 years old, quiet on...
  • Don Zimmer dies: Watch him try to fight Pedro Martinez in 2003 ALCS

    Baseball icon Don Zimmer died Wednesday night at age 83. If you're like me, despite all the memorable things he did in his career as a player, coach and manager, one thing leaps to mind: the time he picked a fight with Boston Red Sox ace Pedro Martinez....
  • Dodgers' Clayton Kershaw, Angels' Mike Trout are MLB All-Stars

    Dodgers fans can talk about what might be. Angels fans can talk about what might have been. When the rosters for Major League Baseball's All-Star game were announced Saturday afternoon, the National League team included Dodgers left-hander Clayton...
  • Dodgers' Clayton Kershaw, Cardinals' Michael Wacha find common ground

    Dodgers' Clayton Kershaw, Cardinals' Michael Wacha find common ground
    ST. LOUIS — Clayton Kershaw and Michael Wacha have a lot in common. Both were first-round draft picks, Kershaw by the Dodgers in 2006 and Wacha by the St. Louis Cardinals six years later. Both played high school baseball in Dallas, both pitched in...
  • Dodgers manager doesn't see Clayton Kershaw as MVP

    Clayton Kershaw for most valuable player? His manager won't be leading the campaign. With the National League lacking a dominant offensive player along the lines of Miguel Cabrera or Mike Trout, Kershaw has emerged as a candidate in a field of solid but...
  • MLB doping timeline

    MLB doping timeline
    (Reuters) - A timeline of key Major League Baseball doping milestones: 1998 Aug 22 - A jar of androstenedione is discovered in the locker of St. Louis slugger Mark McGwire, who admits he uses the steroids precursor. McGwire goes on to hit a then Major...
  • Snubbing some all-time greats

    Snubbing some all-time greats
    Jerry Kramer used to be bitter about being snubbed by the Hall of Fame, the former Green Bay Packers guard who was an integral part of five championship teams in the 1960s vowing to stick it to the pro football shrine in Canton, Ohio, if he had the...