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  • After walk-off loss, Orioles see familiar face in A's Hammel

    After walk-off loss, Orioles see familiar face in A's Hammel
    As they try to rebound from a 5-4 walk-off loss to the Oakland Athletics at O.co Coliseum, the Orioles will face right-hander Jason Hammel – Baltimore's Opening Day starter in 2013 – for the first time this season. Hammel signed a one-year...
  • Orioles fall behind early, can't recover in 10-2 loss to Oakland Athletics on Sunday

    Orioles fall behind early, can't recover in 10-2 loss to Oakland Athletics on Sunday
    OAKLAND, Calif. -- The Orioles might have another chance to play the Oakland Athletics down the road in October with much higher stakes on the line. But following a humbling, 10-2 loss to the team with the best record in baseball Sunday afternoon, the...
  • Athletics' Jim Johnson returns to Baltimore under admittedly 'different' circumstances

    Athletics' Jim Johnson returns to Baltimore under admittedly 'different' circumstances
    After being traded in December because the Orioles didn’t want to spend an estimated $10 million in arbitration on a closer, Jim Johnson returned to Camden Yards on Friday wearing the green and gold of the Oakland Athletics. “It's a little...
  • Readers' Q&A: Brad Biggs' Bears mailbag

    Readers' Q&A: Brad Biggs' Bears mailbag
    Right tackle seemed to me to be the weakest of the all the offensive starting positions in 2013. I believe an upgrade there would significantly improve the offense. Are they satisfied with Jordan Mills’ potential or is it possible they would look at...
  • Raiders fan saves life of woman who jumped from stadium's 3rd deck

    A man broke the fall of a woman who was apparently trying to commit suicide by jumping from the third-level deck at O.co Coliseum following the Oakland Raiders' loss to the Tennessee Titans on Sunday. The man, identified by the San Jose Mercury News...
  • AEG names new general manager of L.A. Convention Center

    AEG names new general manager of L.A. Convention Center
    The city-owned Los Angeles Convention Center entered a new era Tuesday when the private company hired to run the facility named its new general manager. Anschutz Entertainment Group, which won a contract to run the center in October, named Brad...
  • Raiders owner Mark Davis frustrated over proposed stadium project

    ORLANDO, Fla. — Mark Davis, owner of the Oakland Raiders, has acknowledged the possibility of moving the franchise back to Los Angeles if Oakland can't get its act together on a new stadium. That's interesting. But if words translated into...
  • Bears raise 2014 season-ticket prices

    Bears raise 2014 season-ticket prices
    The Chicago Bears are increasing the price of season tickets for 2014 by an average of 4.1 percent, the team announced Wednesday. The team has increased season-ticket prices in some form every year except one since 2003. Their average ticket price of...
  • Presidential pillows: Famous hotels where U.S. chief executives have bedded down

    Presidential pillows: Famous hotels where U.S. chief executives have bedded down
    Warren Harding died here" doesn't quite have the tourist draw of "Washington slept here," but for the Palace Hotel in San Francisco, the distinction of being the only hotel where a president of the United States drew his last breath is enough to put it...
  • No. 23: Fresno State looks strong with healthy Derek Carr back

    Playing quarterback is tough enough without having a sports hernia that causes your body to jackknife with every nose tickle. Derek Carr suffered quietly, but his 2012 season was nothing to sneeze at. He led Fresno State to its first share of a...
  • Dodger Stadium usher worked to the end

    On his last day of work, they came for him in an ambulance, the old usher being carried out the same back exit of Dodger Stadium where he had once stood guard. For 55 years, Ira Hawkins had patrolled the Coliseum, then Chavez Ravine, for late hours...