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  • Howie Kendrick comes through as Angels beat Oakland, 5-4

    Howie Kendrick comes through as Angels beat Oakland, 5-4
    KEY MOMENT: The A's scored four runs off reliever Mike Morin in the seventh to trim a 5-0 deficit to 5-4, Josh Reddick hitting a two-run double to left, Nick Punto an RBI triple to right-center and Coco Crisp an RBI single to left. But with two on and two...
  • Kobe Bryant belts a lefty home run in Seattle charity softball game

    Kobe Bryant belts a lefty home run in Seattle charity softball game
    Although he's right-handed, Kobe Bryant belted a home run left-handed Sunday during Richard Sherman's celebrity softball game at Safeco Field in Seattle. The Lakers' All-Star guard isn't likely to retire from basketball to pursue America's national...
  • Masculine design touches sure to please Dad

    When it comes to decorating, Dads aren't always eager to get involved. But today's men are more interested in home design than they may let on! In honor of Father's Day (June 15), why not add a few design touches at home that will let him know how much...
  • Letters: He can cover, but he can't cover up

    Letters: He can cover, but he can't cover up
    Apparently, Josh Shaw has not learned the lessons of history from Richard Nixon, Pete Rose, Lance Armstrong, Bernie Madoff, and baseball players from the steroid era. Mr. Shaw, a strategy for concealing wrongful conduct by orchestrating a deliberate...
  • Rating each of the major league ballparks

    Rating each of the major league ballparks
    The San Francisco Giants trail the Dodgers in the National League West standings, but they are second to none in one category: home ballpark. According to Los Angeles Times sportswriters Kevin Baxter, Mike DiGiovanna, Dylan Hernandez and Bill Shaikin,...
  • Marlins notes: Solano has knack for knocks against game's best

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  • Columnist says Phils' Burnett one of most likely yet to be traded

    The non-waiver trading deadline brought a flurry of moves July 31 that included ace left-handers Jon Lester and David Price changing teams. However, that wasn't the end of the wheeling and dealing. Philadelphia Phillies ace Cole Hamels was claimed by...
  • Miami Marlins: Giancarlo Stanton's 27th homer inconsequentional, not insignificant

    Down 7-0 with two out in the ninth inning at the time, Giancarlo Stanton’s 27th homer Thursday was inconsequential in terms of the outcome, but it wasn’t devoid of significance. Stanton had gone 10 career games at PNC Park without putting...
  • Playing again with razor-thin margin, Orioles slip in 6-3 loss to Mariners

    Playing again with razor-thin margin, Orioles slip in 6-3 loss to Mariners
    The Orioles’ margin for error this season has been razor thin. They know it, and the statistics back it up. One mistake or one break has often has been the difference in a season of close calls. Entering Saturday night’s game against the...
  • Nelson Cruz's seven RBIs lead Orioles to 7-5 win over Tampa Bay Rays

    Nelson Cruz's seven RBIs lead Orioles to 7-5 win over Tampa Bay Rays
    ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- The Orioles didn’t play their best baseball this weekend, but after a 7-5 win over the Tampa Bay Rays in 11 innings Sunday afternoon, they left Tropicana Field still holding the same lead they had in the American League...
  • Major League Baseball to require screening of fans

    Major League Baseball to require screening of fans
    Entering a big league ballpark will be a bit like going through an airport by 2015. Major League Baseball has told its 30 teams they must implement security screening for fans by then, either with hand-held metal detection or walk-through magnetometers....