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The TV Guy - Orlando SentinelYou'll hear a lot about presidential politics on Sunday morning, but CBS' “Face the Nation” plans a baseball panel to celebrate Washington's first postseason play in 79 years. The panel will feature former managers Tony La Russa of the St....
The Orioles have been through this before. So have the Tampa Bay Rays and the New York Yankees, so it's not as if the challenge of replacing a couple of productive star players at crunch time makes them worthy of particular note as they head into the...
The Hartford CourantIn 1999 The Courant sports department did a series on the greatest athletes in Connecticut history. Former Rippowam High of Stamford three-sport star and current Red Sox manager Bobby Valentine was No. 12 on that list. Here's the story by John Altavilla...
Sports Now“February made me shiver, with every paper I’d deliver. Bad news on the doorstep …” Don McLean sang those words in his classic song, “American Pie,” as he reflected on the plane-crash death of rock star Buddy Holly. Bad...
Los Angeles TimesLOS ANGELES -- Making their first official appearance on a gray morning in a nearly empty stadium, new Dodgers owners lighted up the place Wednesday with raucous promise, defiant hope and only one certainty. Hang on to your blue, because it's going to be...
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pix11.com | @MelanieMarie6Hall of Fame manager Tommy Lasorda, 84, suffered a heart attack Monday while in New York, according to the Los Angeles Dodgers. The Hall of Fame manager Tommy Lasorda was taken to New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University Medical Center for...
KTLA NewsNEW YORK -- Los Angeles Dodgers legend Tommy Lasorda has been released from a New York hospital after suffering a heart attack on Monday. Lasorda will likely stay in New York for a couple days to recuperate before heading home to Los Angeles. The 84-...
PELLSTON — They say it takes a village. The high school baseball program in the Village of Pellston is a case in point. When the ball field at Pioneer Park needed some work — a lot of work, as it turned out — everybody, it seemed,...
Orioles executive vice president of baseball operations Dan Duquette peers out his B&O Warehouse office window, which has to have one of the best views in baseball — down into the right-field flag court of Camden Yards and the seating bowl. He...
For Josh Hamilton, these could have been truly glorious days. If not for the Cardinals' fifth rally in Game 6, Hamilton still would be taking bows for hitting an extra-inning, game-winning home run in the World Series. His drive to center field should...
Orange Coast College sophomore football player Jon Roche, a two-year starter on the offensive line, has signed a national letter of intent to continue his career at Southern Utah University. Roche, a 6-foot-3, 320-pound left tackle in 2011, helped the...
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