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  • Sean O'Sullivan to face Max Scherzer Sunday; Domonic Brown rehabbing

    Sean O'Sullivan to face Max Scherzer Sunday; Domonic Brown rehabbing
    Sunday marks the first time this season the Phillies need to use their fifth starter and they finally announced who will toe the rubber. Right-hander Sean O’Sullivan will get the start opposite the Washington Nationals’ Max Scherzer....
  • The birds are back in town

    The birds are back in town
    The Orioles didn't open the season at home but played the first three games of the regular season in Tampa, only an hour's drive north of the club's spring training facility in Sarasota. That makes today's home opener against the Toronto Blue Jays feel...
  • Connections: National basketball title thrills walk-on from Orangewood

    Connections: National basketball title thrills walk-on from Orangewood
    As a biochemistry and molecular biology major at Florida Southern in Lakeland, Alex McClanahan (Orangewood Christian) knows and understands a bunch of big words. But when describing his feelings about the Mocs winning the NCAA Division II national...
  • LEADING OFF: Harvey back, pitch clock starts in minors

    A look at what's happening all around the major leagues today: ___ HARVEY RETURNS VS. STRASBURG Matt Harvey is scheduled to be back on a mound in the majors for the first time since Aug. 24, 2013 — he had Tommy John Surgery two months after...
  • Zimmerman's HR, Defense Back Zimmermann, Nats Top Mets 2-1

    Zimmerman's HR, Defense Back Zimmermann, Nats Top Mets 2-1
    WASHINGTON (AP) — Jordan Zimmermann didn't quite pick up where he left off in 2014, when he threw a no-hitter to close the regular season, but he only allowed one run in six innings Wednesday night, and Ryan Zimmerman's two-run homer and pair of...
  • Our say: Orioles, Nationals get us in swing of spring

    Our say: Orioles, Nationals get us in swing of spring
    The flowers may be tardy, but there are more potent signs of spring. The Major League Baseball season got underway this week, and local fans can again bask in early-season hope. This area has two teams that, at least on paper, could end the regular season...
  • Emmaus high jumper Scott Schlegel wins national title

    Emmaus high jumper Scott Schlegel wins national title
    Emmaus High School senior Scott Schlegel recently won first place in the high jump at the New Balance Indoor Track and Field Nationals at the Armory in New York City. Schlegel, a Lehigh Valley Conference and District 11 champion for the Green Hornets'...
  • LEADING OFF: Sanchez on mound, Davis on 1st, wife on Twitter

    A look at what's happening all around the major leagues today: ___ KEY MAN With longtime Tigers ace Justin Verlander injured, right-hander Anibal Sanchez is even more important to Detroit, and he'll start against Minnesota. Sanchez was hurt down the...
  • Major league ballparks beef up security with metal detectors

    Baseball fans are taking their first swings at the sport's new security guidelines. Forget shelling out cash for $30 tickets, $9 beers and $16 parking charges. Major League Baseball fans have more reason to empty their pockets, only this time of keys,...
  • Red Sox rock Cole Hamels, defeat Phillies, 8-0

    PHILADELPHIA Cole Hamels displayed his usual stuff Monday, manager Ryne Sandberg said, but the Phillies ace lacked consistent command of his pitches. The Boston Red Sox teed off on four of them, sending three fastballs and a change-up into the left-...
  • On The Fly: Red Sox Mix Pitching, Power On Opening Day

    On The Fly: Red Sox Mix Pitching, Power On Opening Day
    The end of the college basketball season, and the fact you can probably see your mailbox again, are the clearest signs baseball season is upon us. The Red Sox, Yankees and Mets got it going with Monday afternoon games and sadly have only 161 games left to...