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  • Baseball Hall of Fame back to normal elections, sort of

    Baseball Hall of Fame back to normal elections, sort of
    The Hall of Fame shut its doors to the living last year. That was a metaphor, or so we were told. No breathing inductees, and down the slippery slope to irrelevance. Nonsense then, absurdity now. One year after the Baseball Writers' Assn. of America...
  • Top celebrity hangouts of '13: RPM Italian at No. 2

    Top celebrity hangouts of '13: RPM Italian at No. 2
    RPM Italian's motto might as well be “For celebrities, by celebrities.” The River North restaurant co-owned by Giuliana and Bill Rancic and featured on their E! reality TV show “Giuliana and Bill” attracted an impressive...
  • Mariano Rivera apologizes to Houston Astros fans for not pitching

    Mariano Rivera apologizes to Houston Astros fans for not pitching
    Yankees closer Mariano Rivera, make that former Yankees closer Mariano Rivera, had two words for the fans in Houston on Sunday: "I'm sorry." Rivera sat out the Yankees' final three games of the season, at Houston from Friday to Sunday, because he wanted...
  • Palmeiro's son, Surhoff's nephew among players who could get drafted this week

    Palmeiro's son, Surhoff's nephew among players who could get drafted this week
    The Orioles don’t have a top 5 pick in this year’s amateur draft, which begins Thursday night. But there could be a player with distant ties to the organization getting selected that early. Colin Moran, a third baseman from the...
  • Baseball faces another black eye with newest drug scandal

    Major League Baseball has gone to great pains to move past its so-called steroid era, which gripped the game for more than a decade and stained the reputations of many of its greatest players. But nearly six years after the release of the Mitchell...
  • The story behind Dodgers drafting top-pick Chris Anderson

    For two hours, all Logan White could do was sit in his car in the Thomas Stadium parking lot as a thunderstorm rained down on Johnson City, Tenn. It was the night of Friday, May 17, and the Dodgers vice president of amateur scouting was waiting for a...
  • Orioles help American League to All-Star victory

    Orioles help American League to All-Star victory
    NEW YORK — It was a simple moment, one not captured by cameras, one without any real significance, one not nearly as stirring as the final All-Star appearance of the game's greatest closer. Unless, of course, you follow the Orioles and you know...
  • A-Rod, Hernandez: Athletes — Not Heroes

    A-Rod, Hernandez: Athletes — Not Heroes
    This summer has hardly been fun and games in the world of professional athletics. The two biggest sports stories revolve around performance enhancing drugs peddled from an "anti-aging" clinic in Coral Gables, Fla., and an execution-style shooting death in...
  • Little goes right for Dodgers, Zack Greinke in 5-3 loss to Mets

    Little goes right for Dodgers, Zack Greinke in 5-3 loss to Mets
    It was going to happen someday. Nobody keeps a roll going like that forever, not even Zack Greinke. Inevitable as a spring breeze. Greinke’s streak of giving up two or fewer runs in 21 consecutive starts finally came to an end Thursday, if...
  • Dodgers fall to Mets, 5-3

    Dodgers fall to Mets, 5-3
    Mets 5, Dodgers 3 ON THE MOUND: In the aftermath of a start that lasted only five innings, Zack Greinke admitted he wasn't his sharpest. Greinke was charged with three runs and four hits. He walked two. The game snapped a streak of 21 consecutive starts...
  • Jay Leno's top joke targets were Bill Clinton and O.J. Simpson

    Jay Leno's top joke targets were Bill Clinton and O.J. Simpson
    Jay Leno steps down from his role as host of "The Tonight Show" on Thursday, a position he has held almost continuously since 1992. He has more than 4,600 shows under his belt -- that's a lot of monologue jokes. Bill Clinton was one of the biggest...