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Terry Francona

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  • Around MLB

    Around MLB
    American League Central Division White Sox: Paul Konerko's classy farewell the only real reason to watch the Sox in final week of September. Indians: After winning AL Manager of the Year in 2013, Terry Francona guides Indians to 2014 implosion....
  • Laughs, tears, tales mark Virginia Sports Hall of Fame inductions

    Laughs, tears, tales mark Virginia Sports Hall of Fame inductions
    Ronde and Tiki Barber haven't settled their sibling rivalry, and Marty Miller excels at a job he didn't want. LaTasha Colander Clark embodies grace, and Ticha Penicheiro schooled the boys on the playgrounds back in Portugal. Lou Wacker coached thousands...
  • After review, and review, Indians turn triple play on Dodgers

    After review, and review, Indians turn triple play on Dodgers
    Ever seen a triple play? Yeah, but never like this one. Such a triple play was never even possible until this season. The Cleveland Indians turned a triple play on the Dodgers in the bottom of the fourth inning Tuesday night at Dodger Stadium -- after...
  • For UCLA standout Trevor Bauer, it's different but same with Indians

    For UCLA standout Trevor Bauer, it's different but same with Indians
    Trevor Bauer never cared about conforming. A tireless worker who long ago established an eyebrow-raising, pole-to-pole pregame long-toss routine, the 23-year-old UCLA product was judged to be something of an attitude problem and be a potential failure...
  • Trevor Bauer holds a teammate, but not the lead, in Indians victory

    It was the third inning of a scoreless game when Trevor Bauer felt inspired, stood up from the bench in the visitors' dugout at Dodger Stadium and gave Indians center fielder Michael Brantley a hug. “Just kind of felt like he could use a hug,&...
  • Baseball notes: Manny Machado might be done for the season

    Baseball notes: Manny Machado might be done for the season
    Baltimore third baseman Manny Machado will not be ready to play when he's eligible to return from the disabled list Wednesday and the Batimore Sun reported that Machado will have season-ending surgery on his right knee. Machado sprained the knee while...
  • Orioles give up walk-off homer in 11th inning in 2-1 loss to the Cleveland Indians

    Orioles give up walk-off homer in 11th inning in 2-1 loss to the Cleveland Indians
    CLEVELAND – Orioles center fielder Adam Jones isn’t one to swallow his opinion, but after the Orioles lost 2-1 in 11 innings Friday night on a walk-off home run by Cleveland Indians third baseman Mike Aviles, Jones carefully measured his...
  • Indians' Carrasco keeps Yankees at bay

    By Larry Fleisher, The Sports Xchange NEW YORK — In his previous incarnation as a starting pitcher, Carlos Carrasco often spent four days doing a lot of thinking about the opposing hitters. During his three-month stint as a reliever, Carrasco...
  • Nick Francona goes from hell of war to Angels' front office

    TEMPE, Ariz. — The summer in Helmand province, an arid region of southern Afghanistan known to be a Taliban stronghold, was the worst. Hunkering down for eight months in a mud-hut compound with no running water was challenging enough for 1st Lt....
  • Jhonny Peralta's signing by Cardinals touches a nerve

    The first major free-agent signing of the off-season, the St. Louis Cardinals' acquisition of shortstop Jhonny Peralta, has exposed still-open wounds in Major League Baseball on the topic of performance-enhancing drugs. Peralta was among 12 players...
  • Baseball's new replay system may be great, but reviews aren't in yet

    During his six seasons as a coach for the San Diego Padres, Rick Renteria frequently reviewed videotape of what he believed were umpires' questionable calls. That experience led him to one unmistakable conclusion: Major League Baseball umpires are not...