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Seattle - Some say he was born to be in the baseball Hall of Fame. After all, The Kid as Ken Griffey, Jr. was once called, shares the same birthday and birthplace as Hall of Famer Stan Musial, both born on November 21 in the town of Donora, Pennsylvania....
Special to The TimesFROM THE time he was a schoolboy, John Kobal was in love with Hollywood. He longed to become a part of it, and eventually he did -- by befriending faded movie stars and forgotten photographers, enchanting them with his sincerity and his hungry memory, and...
Pinch Hitters: "The Crowd Sounds Happy" is Nicholas Dawidoff's memoir of growing up in a troubled family with baseball as his anchorOne evening recently I took my 3-year-old son to his first baseball game. The complexities of the sport are beyond him at this point, which means any lingering memories of our outing will likely be limited to the post-home-run fireworks and our attempts,...
Snow pack continues to pile up in the mountains making it a perfect time for kids to take skiing and snow board lessons just before Spring break. The Kid's Corral at Snoqualmie Pass has day lessons for kids ages four through twelve and all day packages ...
(AP) - George Kell, a Hall of Fame third baseman who outdueled Ted Williams for the 1949 American League batting title and finished his career with a batting average of .306, died Tuesday morning. He was 86. Kell played 14 years in the American League...
MUSKEGON (AP) - The federal government has filed a lawsuit against Muskegon County, accusing it of failing to protect court employees who said they were sexually harassed by a co-worker. The lawsuit says women repeatedly complained of inappropriate...
Tags: Career and Workplace, Trials, Politics, Litigation, Employees
Times Staff And Wire ReportsGeorge Kell, the Hall of Fame third baseman for the Detroit Tigers who edged Ted Williams for the 1949 American League batting title and became a Tigers broadcaster for nearly 40 years, died Tuesday. He was 86. An announcement from the Hall of Fame...
Tags: George Kell, Bob Feller, Bob Lemon, Baltimore Orioles, Death
The Hartford CourantThe Kid City Museum in Middletown is a bright, cheery day trip idea for parents looking for a change of scenery not only for their kids, but also themselves. Located in the renovated 1835 Camp-Sterns House, the Museum is only a few steps from historic...
Tribune staff reporterDerrek Lee isn't thinking about it, and no one is saying he can keep it up the entire season. But after the first two months of 2005, Lee was the National League leader in batting average, home runs and RBIs, putting him on an early pace to become the...
Dining@LargeOwl Meat starts out the new year with just what we need. Thank you, Owlie. Did I mention that you drink a lot of malbec when you're in Buenos Aires? Wow. These computer keys are really loud. EL You have......
WatchdogESPN's latest "Mt. Rushmore of Sports" release doesn't make much more sense to me than the last one. It appears Babe Ruth, Jackie Robinson, Joe Namath and Manhasset's own Jim Brown will represent New York in this feature. I'm not......
Tags: Tennis, Gary Payton, Terry Bradshaw, Bruce Smith, Bob Feller
WatchdogI know I'm two weeks late on this, but in memory of John Updike's death, I should post his most famous contribution to sportswriting. It's about Ted Williams, here.......
Tags: John Updike
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