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  • Verducci Coaching Tree Has Many Branches, But Roots In Jersey

    Verducci Coaching Tree Has Many Branches, But Roots In Jersey
    STORRS — Bob Diaco played football for Frank Verducci's dad, Tony. Frank Verducci recruited Diaco to play at Iowa under Hayden Fry. Frank's brother Tom is the preeminent baseball writer in America. Frank and Tom's uncle? Gil Hodges. And Frank's...
  • Orioles closing in on one-year deal with former All-Star infielder Everth Cabrera

    Orioles closing in on one-year deal with former All-Star infielder Everth Cabrera
    The Orioles have been down this path before, as recently as last year. The club is preparing to open spring training while evaluating a list of free agents that all bear some level of risk. But they see the potential upside of signing infielder Everth...
  • What they're saying about the Orioles heading into spring training

    What they're saying about the Orioles heading into spring training
    As the Orioles prepare to start spring training later this week at the Ed Smith Stadium complex in Sarasota, Fla., here's a look at what other media outlets are saying about the team. * ESPN's Tim Kurkjian discusses Orioles center fielder Adam Jones'...
  • Pitchers and catchers report this week to spring training

    Washington's star-studded rotation reports to Florida. Matt Harvey continues his comeback with the New York Mets. Joe Maddon takes over the Chicago Cubs, and Russell Martin gets a closer look at Toronto's pitching staff. While much of the Northeast and...
  • Nats' Scherzer faces new pressures

    Washington's star-studded rotation reports to Florida. Matt Harvey continues his comeback with the Mets. Russell Martin gets a closer look at Toronto's pitching staff. While much of the Northeast and Midwest navigates bitter cold and piles of snow,...
  • Former Cubs coach Wendell Kim dies at 64

    Former Cubs coach Wendell Kim dies at 64
    Former Cubs coach Wendell Kim died Sunday near his home in suburban Phoenix after a long battle with Alzheimer's disease. He was 64. Kim's widow, Natasha, confirmed her husband's death on Monday. Kim was a major league coach for 15 seasons with four...
  • Orioles thoughts on Jeffrey Maier, Tony Tarasco, Miguel Gonzalez, Nathan Showalter

    Orioles thoughts on Jeffrey Maier, Tony Tarasco, Miguel Gonzalez, Nathan Showalter
    When I saw that the infamous Jeffrey Maier glove -- the black Mizuno used by the 12-year-old Maier to deflect a fly ball into a homer in Game 1 of the 1996 American League Championship Series at Yankee Stadium -- is being auctioned off this week, I had to...
  • Boundless optimism: It happens every spring

    Boundless optimism: It happens every spring
    Andy Warhol would have loved this winter. In only 3-1/2 months, every major league team seemed to have its own 15 minutes of fame, from the usual suspects to the perennial wannabes. The Blue Jays and A's started it with a blockbuster trade, the Red...
  • Springing forward to Florida and Arizona for baseball training camps

    Springing forward to Florida and Arizona for baseball training camps
    Before the San Francisco Giants enjoyed their third parade in five years, before a Chevrolet executive memorably advised World Series most valuable player Madison Bumgarner he had won a truck equipped with "technology and stuff," before the "Mad Bum"...
  • History says $100 million pitchers must produce results fast

    History says $100 million pitchers must produce results fast
    Max Scherzer and Jon Lester might as well have neon-green dollar signs stamped all over their uniforms and caps when spring training opens next week. Their careers were redefined this offseason when they joined baseball's elite echelon of $100 million...
  • Navy's Gillingham strikes out first 12 batters of game

    Navy's Gillingham strikes out first 12 batters of game
    Navy junior starting pitcher Luke Gillingham struck out the first 12 batters of the game as Navy opened its baseball season with an 8-1 rout of North Carolina A&T on Friday in temperatures in the low 30s in Greensboro, N.C. Gillingham struck out 16 and...