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  • First Miami Marlins' offseason transactions involve Ed Lucas, Jordany Valdespin

    The Marlins' first offseason transactions involved a couple of bench players. Friday, the club announced it lost Ed Lucas on waivers to the Texas Rangers and outrighted Jordany Valdespin to Triple-A New Orleans. Lucas in 2013 was a 31-year-old rookie....
  • On The Fly: Controversial Maryland Handshake Agreement

    On The Fly: Controversial Maryland Handshake Agreement
    What a strange day for old friend Randy Edsall. Before Maryland's 20-19 victory at Penn State, Edsall's three captains refused to shake hands with Penn State's captains during the coin toss. The snub was interpreted as classless and Edsall bore the...
  • World Series Game 7 ratings fall short of 2011 clincher

    World Series Game 7 ratings fall short of 2011 clincher
    The San Francisco Giants’ World Series-clinching Game 7 win over the Kansas City Royals drew a 15.2 major-market rating on Fox, less than Major League Baseball’s last championship-clinching Game 7 in 2011. The game last night at Kauffman...
  • World Series Closes Big For Fox Wednesday, Logging Net's Best Non-NFL Night in Three Years

    This year's World Series matchup between the San Francisco Giants and Kansas City Royals didn't generate much heat early, but audiences tuned in to the winner-take-all Game 7 on Wednesday, as Fox dominated the ratings race with some of its best non-NFL...
  • Comer Cottrell dies at 82; made Jheri curl available to the masses

     Comer Cottrell dies at 82; made Jheri curl available to the masses
    Comer Cottrell, an entrepreneur and philanthropist who turned a small Los Angeles operation into a multimillion-dollar success story by catering to the hair care needs of African Americans, died Friday at his home in Plano, Texas. He was 82. His death...
  • Hunter Strickland regrets screaming incident

     Hunter Strickland regrets screaming incident
    SAN FRANCISCO — Few outside of San Francisco ever had heard of reliever Hunter Strickland until his ill-timed decision to scream at the Royals' Salvador Perez during Game 2 of the World Series. After a day to think about it, Strickland said he...
  • 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...
  • Change of Hart: Braves name team president

    Change of Hart: Braves name team president
    Veteran baseball executive John Hart reversed course and opted to accept a three-year deal to become president of baseball operations with the Atlanta Braves. The 66-year-old Hart, who has been acting as interim general manager, said earlier this...
  • Longtime White Sox scout dies at 63

    Longtime White Sox scout dies at 63
    Paul Provas, who was instrumental in the Chicago White Sox's signing of Joe Crede and the acquisition of John Danks, died Thursday in Dallas after a bout with brain cancer. Provas, 63, was elected to the Texas and Midwest Baseball Scouts Hall of Fame in...
  • Giants' Jake Peavy, Angels' Josh Hamilton are emotional contrasts

    Giants' Jake Peavy, Angels' Josh Hamilton are emotional contrasts
    San Francisco Giants right-hander Jake Peavy, who will start Game 2 of the World Series against the Kansas City Royals on Wednesday night, has always been a pitcher who wears his heart on his sleeve … and his cap, his jersey, his pants and his...
  • Royals' amazing playoff run started 29 years ago

    Royals' amazing playoff run started 29 years ago
    When last seen in the World Series 29 years ago, the Royals' de facto MVP was Don Denkinger, a major league umpire whose blown call at first base helped them avoid losing in six games to the Cardinals. Given new life, they staged a ninth-inning rally to...