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Drop egos and drop puck Harvey Fialkov Sun Sentinel Absolutely. It's no secret that NHL Players' Association chief Donald Fehr plays hardball. Ask baseball fans about the cancellation of the 1994 World Series. This is the third work stoppage under...
Children of elderly parents often end up with power of attorney, but does that translate to association matters? Where can you turn when your association does not take care of business? These are questions from Sun Sentinel readers. And we have answers...
email@example.comLANCASTER— A free program offered to the Garrard County Fiscal Court by the Kentucky Association of Counties will encourage employees to consider mediation before filing a lawsuit in cases of employment related disputes. By instituting the...
Tags: John Wilson, Trials
The following are highlights from the 2012 season for local athletes playing Major League Baseball. ESTRADA MAKES PITCH TO BE STARTER At the onset of the 2012 season, the Milwaukee Brewers seemed to be set on using former Glendale Community College...
The Baltimore SunThe Orioles have made a move to strengthen their infield defense, claiming 28-year-old second baseman Alexi Casilla from the Minnesota Twins on Friday. Casilla, 28, is primarily a second baseman but has played shortstop and third base in his seven-year...
It looks like Mark Reynolds is going to be the talk of November, unless you count those guys running for president, so I’m going to do a little early voting here and give you my opinion on what the Orioles should do now that they have declined to...
Tags: Elections, Trials, Mark Reynolds, Politics, Adam LaRoche
The Baltimore SunNow that the Orioles have declined the $11 million option for next year on Mark Reynolds, the club has two options to try to keep the 29-year-old first baseman. Since Reynolds has one year of arbitration eligibility remaining, the Orioles could tender...
Tags: Baseball, Nick Swisher, Sports, Gold Glove Awards, Carlos Pena
The Baltimore SunNow that the San Francisco Giants have sealed their second World Series title in three years – officially ending the 2012 baseball season – the focus shifts to next season. And over the next week, we will begin seeing the Orioles’...
Tags: Baseball, Nate McLouth, Trials, Joe Saunders, Jim Thome
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The Baltimore SunThe Orioles have scouted Shohei Otani, the Japanese high-school right-hander who was drafted by the Nippon-Ham Fighters of Japan’s professional baseball league this week. Otani made it known he’d like to play in the United States, and teams...
From offices in California and New York, Shustak Frost & Partners has established a national reputation for securities and financial litigation and arbitrations. “Helping people who have been pushed around or taken advantage of has always been our...
The Baltimore SunWe’ve had a lot of questions since the season ended on who will be back next year with the Orioles. We don’t have a crystal ball. But I can at least give you a sense – contractually, anyway – where guys are. I may be leaving a few...
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