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  • Bochy: Bumgarner will be available for Game 7

    The Sports Xchange MLB Team Report - San Francisco Giants - INSIDE PITCH SAN FRANCISCO -- The dust barely settled on the Giants' 5-0 win over the Royals on Sunday night when San Francisco manager Bruce Bochy found himself pondering the possibility of...
  • Cardinals mourn Taveras' death

    The Sports Xchange MLB Team Report - St. Louis Cardinals - INSIDE PITCH As the baseball world prepared for Game 5 of the World Series, a piece of tragic news hit: St. Louis Cardinals right fielder Oscar Taveras, one of the top prospects in baseball,...
  • Cardinals right fielder Oscar Taveras dies in car crash

    Cardinals right fielder Oscar Taveras dies in car crash
    St. Louis Cardinals right fielder Oscar Taveras, one of the top prospects in baseball, died in a car crash in the Dominican Republic, his agent told media members and the Cardinals on Sunday. Taveras, 22, reportedly died while driving from Sosua to...
  • San Francisco Giants open to bigger relationship with Barry Bonds

    San Francisco Giants open to bigger relationship with Barry Bonds
    Willie Mays took the field one more time Friday. Mays joined the San Francisco Giants' four other living Hall of Famers — Willie McCovey, Orlando Cepeda, Juan Marichal and Gaylord Perry — in a ceremony before Game 3 of the World Series....
  • Giants bullpen continues to struggle

    The Sports Xchange MLB Team Report - San Francisco Giants - INSIDE PITCH SAN FRANCISCO -- The sad state of the San Francisco Giants' middle relief is such that, amid a two-run uprising in the sixth inning by the Kansas City Royals in World Series Game 3...
  • 86-1 long shot Start Puffing wins at Laurel

    86-1 long shot Start Puffing wins at Laurel
    Unlikely victor pays $175.60 Start Puffing won at odds of 86-1 in the eighth race at Laurel Park on Friday, paying $175.60 and topping a $412 exacta, a $1,372.40 trifecta and a $16,869.40 superfecta. Start Puffing earned her second lifetime win in six...
  • Departures from Tampa add to Rays' attendance and ballpark troubles

    In an era when the best free agents can make more than $200 million, teams in small markets cannot always afford to retain their best players. However, when those teams cannot afford to retain their best management personnel, should the viability of the...
  • Marlins' Stanton receives Hank Aaron award

    Marlins' Stanton receives Hank Aaron award
    Clayton Kershaw may edge out Giancarlo Stanton for the 2014 National League Most Valuable Player award next month. If that’s the case, Stanton can take solace in a pretty good consolation prize.  Before Game 4 of the World Series Saturday night in...
  • Royals' bullpen makes Ned Yost's life easy

    SAN FRANCISCO — Grateful Dead songs played over the p.a. system at AT&T Park during batting practice Friday in what may have been a devious plan to mellow out Royals' hitters before Game 3 of the World Series. After the shaky performance of the...
  • Braves name ex-O's coach Hart president of baseball operations

    Braves name ex-O's coach Hart president of baseball operations
    Baseball Veteran baseball executive John Hart, a former Orioles coach and minor league manager, has reversed course and accepted a three-year deal to become president of baseball operations with the Atlanta Braves, taking over Frank Wren's position...
  • Christian Bergman looks back on rookie season as learning experience

    Christian Bergman looks back on rookie season as learning experience
    During a conversation in regards to his first season in Major League Baseball, Christian Bergman interrupts himself. “It seems like I’m saying ‘learning’ a whole lot,” he joked. Indeed, from his days at St. Francis High...