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  • Roger Clemens pitches to his son for season opener

    Roger Clemens pitches to his son for season opener
    It could be the father/son catch of the year. Roger Clemens and his son Koby taking to the green at constellation field for a little warm-up and batting practice before tomorrow night's Skeeters game against the Long Island Ducks.   Koby just signed...
  • Boston's 'Pesky Pole' trips Orioles

    Boston's 'Pesky Pole' trips Orioles
    They call the right-field foul pole at Fenway Park the “Pesky Pole” after Red Sox great Johnny Pesky, who was honored after the game with a ballpark memorial service that drew about a thousand admirers and featured several dozen former Red Sox...
  • Orioles battle Pesky Pole at Fenway Park

    Orioles battle Pesky Pole at Fenway Park
    The Pesky Pole got the best of the Orioles on Sunday afternoon. In the Orioles' 2-1 loss to the Red Sox at Fenway Park, the 100-year-old ballpark's fabled right-field corner played a huge part in two key plays. With the tying run on first in the top...
  • PASSINGS: Mel McDaniel, Lou Gorman, Harley Allen

    PASSINGS: Mel McDaniel, Lou Gorman, Harley Allen
    Mel McDaniel Country music singer-songwriter Mel McDaniel, 68, a husky-voiced country music singer-songwriter who had a No. 1 hit with "Baby's Got Her Blue Jeans On," died of lung cancer Thursday at his home in Hendersonville, Tenn., the Grand Ole...
  • PASSINGS: Ron Springs, Mel Queen, Beverly DiTomaso

    Ron Springs Former Cowboys running back Ron Springs, 54, a former Dallas Cowboys running back who had been in a coma since 2007, died Thursday at Medical City Dallas Hospital, said former Cowboys teammate Everson Walls, who donated a kidney to...
  • Mike Wallace dies at 93; '60 Minutes' pioneer

    Mike Wallace dies at 93; '60 Minutes' pioneer
    As the self-described "black hat" of television's premier newsmagazine "60 Minutes," Mike Wallace crafted a persona of a probing reporter known for his often caustic questioning of sometimes reluctant guests on the program. Beginning in 1968, as one of...
  • Illinois House panel pushes ahead with probe of indicted lawmaker

    Illinois House panel pushes ahead with probe of indicted lawmaker
    A panel of Illinois House lawmakers gathered Wednesday to begin weighing possible disciplinary action against an indicted West Side Rep. Derrick Smith, whose attorney alleged the process was politically motivated to impose punishment ahead of the November...
  • As Preakness nears, trainer Doug O'Neill still difficult to figure out

    As Preakness nears, trainer Doug O'Neill still difficult to figure out
    Mike Amodei has a son now. James is slightly autistic. At age 15, he’s a few years older than Doug O’Neill was when Amodei met him 30 years ago. O’Neill was a “cocky little shooter” on the sixth-grade basketball team...
  • Showalter on doorstep of 1,000 wins

    Showalter on doorstep of 1,000 wins
    Showalter’s next win will be the 1,000th of his career,something he said he became aware of recently when his kids informed him of the pending milestone. He’ll be the 58th manager in baseball history to reach 1,000. “It just reminds...
  • Steroid stats promising among Illinois youth

    Steroid stats promising among Illinois youth
    As the limelight falls again on the use of performance enhancing drugs by professional athletes because of the perjury trial of former baseball star Roger Clemens, there is some evidence that Major League Baseball players have been scared straight, but...
  • 'Not Guilty' Verdict in Perjury Retrial of Roger Clemens

    'Not Guilty' Verdict in Perjury Retrial of Roger Clemens
    WASHINGTON -- Baseball pitching great Roger Clemens was found not guilty Monday of lying to Congress during an investigation of steroid use among major league players. The case against Clemens involved one count of obstruction of Congress, three counts...