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  • Ben's Cat pointed to Parx Dash next month

    Ben's Cat pointed to Parx Dash next month
    Fan favorite Ben's Cat, who won the Turf Sprint Handicap on May 15 at Pimlico Race Course, then finished a nose back in the Pennsylvania Governor's Cup on May 30 despite a tough trip, is being pointed toward the $200,000 Parx Dash (Grade 3) on July 11...
  • Angels don't appear to hold a grudge against old nemesis Alex Rodriguez

    Angels don't appear to hold a grudge against old nemesis Alex Rodriguez
    The Angels will face old nemesis Alex Rodriguez on Friday night for the first time since the New York Yankees slugger served a one-year suspension for obtaining illegal performance-enhancing substances from the now-closed Biogenesis anti-aging clinic in...
  • Dillon Tate among Southland pitchers taken high in baseball draft

    Dillon Tate among Southland pitchers taken high in baseball draft
    The Southland contributed some pitching to the first couple of rounds in the Major League Baseball draft on Monday. Dillon Tate, a power-pitching right-hander from UC Santa Barbara and Claremont High, was chosen by the Texas Rangers fourth overall...
  • Kazmir, Reddick propel A's to 7-0 win over Rangers

    OAKLAND, Calif. There are exactly 100 games left in the A's season. As badly as things have gone for Oakland so far, playing at the level the A's did in Thursday's 7-0 win over the Texas Rangers could salvage 2015. To get stellar pitching, highlight-show...
  • Carmel grad Alex Young ready to make leap from TCU to Arizona Diamondbacks

    Carmel grad Alex Young ready to make leap from TCU to Arizona Diamondbacks
    Alex Young won't forget Monday, June 8, anytime soon. The TCU junior lefthander and 2012 graduate of Carmel was the starting pitcher for the Horned Frogs in an NCAA Super Regional game that day. TCU was playing Texas A&M for a spot in the College...
  • Seager powers Mariners' 9-3 romp over Indians

    CLEVELAND Entering Wednesday, the Mariners hadn't scored more than three runs in a game since May 27. The 13-game streak was the longest in team history, the most ignominious in the American League since the early 1970s, when the '72 Rangers made it 14....
  • Tim Cowlishaw: Where stars sit on sports sensibility spectrum

    In sports, sometimes you really do need to be a weatherman to know which way the wind blows. Yesterday's up is today's down. Last year's bum is this year's hero. For those who have had trouble keeping score, here's an update. LeBron James Good Guy:...
  • Sweep, it is: Gordon, Volquez guide Royals past Twins 7-2

    The Kansas City Royals reclaimed first place with a resounding three-game sweep on the road of division rival Minnesota. The Twins were beaten so soundly, well, they lost their shirt. One of them, at least. Alex Gordon hit a three-run homer, Edinson...
  • Ron Washington living, working for today with Oakland

    OAKLAND, Calif. Nine months doesn't register as a blip in the life of a 63-year-old man, but the nine months that Ron Washington spent out of baseball might have been the longest of his life. So stir crazy without baseball, Washington said he tried his...
  • Cincinnati Reds pick two UCF baseball players in MLB Draft

    Cincinnati Reds pick two UCF baseball players in MLB Draft
    The Cincinnati Reds drafted UCF baseball players James Vasquez and Mitchell Tripp on the final day of the 2015 MLB Draft Wednesday. Vasquez, a senior first baseman, was the No. 745th pick in the 25th round while Tripp, a redshirt junior pitcher, got his...
  • Angels nab Mount Carmel grad Jeff Boehm in MLB draft

    Angels nab Mount Carmel grad Jeff Boehm in MLB draft
    At the midway point during Round 13 of the Major League Baseball draft on Wednesday, Jeff Boehm had grown frustrated watching and not having heard his name called. The Mount Carmel graduate was going to turn something else on the television at his...