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  • Set for return to Baltimore, Nelson Cruz fondly recalls his one big season with O's

    Set for return to Baltimore, Nelson Cruz fondly recalls his one big season with O's
    The perpetually positive Nelson Cruz kept using the word "excited" when asked about returning to Camden Yards on Tuesday for the first time since joining the Seattle Mariners as a free agent last December. He's excited to see manager Buck Showalter,...
  • On The Air: Monday

    BASEBALL 1 p.m.: Angels at Blue Jays. MLB 7 p.m.: Cardinals at Mets. ESPN, SNY; Radio: 710 BASKETBALL 8 p.m.: Wizards at Hawks. TNT GOLF 8 a.m.: Ladies European Tour: Turkish Airlines Open, Second round. GOLF HOCKEY 8 p.m.: Lightning at Rangers....
  • Rangers feel relief in beating Indians, 5-1

    ARLINGTON, Texas As Nick Martinez's pitch count soared to 103 in the fifth inning Sunday, it became apparent that the Texas Rangers would need four quality innings from their beleaguered bullpen if they wanted to avoid a three-game sweep. That's the same...
  • Josh Hamilton's Rangers debut might not be until May 25

    Josh Hamilton will likely make his 2015 debut with the Texas Rangers on May 25 as they open a three-game series at Cleveland. General manager Jon Daniels didn't dismiss Friday at New York as a possibility, and said there isn't much concern about Hamilton...
  • Guthrie, Hosmer lead Royals to 6-3 victory vs. Rangers

    ARLINGTON, Texas Outside the Royals' clubhouse, less than an hour after their 6-3 victory over the Rangers, stadium attendants shuttled equipment bags and luggage into a white moving truck. Inside the room, players slipped into shirts and ties, ready to...
  • This Date in Baseball

    1925 — Cleveland's Tris Speaker got his 3,000th career hit, off Tom Zachary, in a 2-1 loss to the Washington Senators. 1939 — The first baseball game on television was broadcast by W2XBS, an experimental station run by NBC in New York. Bill...
  • Cabrera hits 400th homer, had to wait out rain to count

    Miguel Cabrera of the Detroit Tigers has hit his 400th career home run, a milestone that became official after an early rain delay. Cabrera connected for a solo drive to straightaway center in the first inning at St. Louis on Saturday. It broke a tie...
  • Hamilton says attempts to speak to Angels' Moreno rejected

    Josh Hamilton says he was rejected several times when he tried to speak to Angels owner Arte Moreno during the slugger's disappointing two-year stint in Los Angeles. The 2010 American League MVP who returned to the Rangers in a trade last month said...
  • Troy Tulowitzki's status puts Rockies GM Jeff Bridich in a bind

    Troy Tulowitzki's status puts Rockies GM Jeff Bridich in a bind
    You have to feel for Jeff Bridich. He is six weeks into his first season as general manager of the Colorado Rockies, a team that has finished at least 18 games out of first place four years running. In the middle of an 11-game losing streak, the agent...
  • Indians manager Francona unhappy with Rangers reliever Fujikawa

    ARLINGTON, Texas A total of five batters were hit by pitches in the Texas Rangers' game against Cleveland on Friday night at Globe Life Park. Indians manager Terry Francona was bothered by one in particular: Rangers' reliever Kyuji Fujikawa hitting...
  • Tim Cowlishaw: Brady latest to face fans' inflated desire for discipline

    We live in the era of Great Punishment, and Tom Brady is merely the latest to fall victim to our punitive wishes. I cannot tell you exactly when this era began. I know only that I am forever at the low end of predicting suspensions and fines, and that...