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The Baltimore SunFor the first five weeks of the season, the Orioles slogged through one of the toughest early season schedules in baseball and came out clean on the other side. An impressive display of power, timely hitting and solid relief that has made them one of...
Left fielder Alex Glenn’s two-run single backed a strong start from Jesse Darrah as the South Bend Silver Hawks defeated the West Michigan Whitecaps 6-2 on Monday afternoon. In front of a crowd of over 5,000 on a School Day at Coveleski Regional...
South Bend TribuneSOUTH BEND — Right-handed pitcher Brad Allen’s path to South Bend didn’t include luxury accommodations. In college, Allen bounced from Northern Illinois, to Elgin Community College and then to Arkansas State, graduating in 2011. Last...
South Bend TribuneSOUTH BEND — It was a minor adjustment. It turned out to lead to major production. West Michigan designated hitter Lance Durham slugged a homer, two doubles and a single, driving in four runs and scoring four runs to help lead the Whitecaps to a...
VERO BEACH – Trailing by three runs after three innings when its Class 6A softball state championship was postponed late Saturday afternoon, Pembroke Pines Charter hoped to turn things around when action resumed Sunday morning. It didn't happen....
RedEyeReady or not, the Red Line South reconstruction starts Sunday. Until Oct. 19, nine South Side Red Line stations will close as crews rebuild the line south of Roosevelt Road. During this $425 million project, which is expected to rid the southern Red...
BURBANK — Four of its hitters had two hits each. Another batter drove in two runs with a single and a sixth starter also scored twice. The Burroughs High baseball team didn't need seven innings to post impressive statistics. PHOTOS: Burroughs...
Tags: Baseball, College Baseball, Sports
Talking baseball while hoping the Bulls can avoid leaking talent in the off-season. The White Sox have a new rallying cry, and it’s silly. Hey, we’re 17-21, look at us now! That was the talk coming out of the clubhouse and the broadcast...
Cubs pitcher Travis Wood still doesn't get recognized in Chicago, even with an impressive start to 2013 and his Mumford & Sons-quality beard. "So far," Wood said. "I hope it doesn't change because I'm a pretty low-maintenance kind of guy. But we'll see....
NEW YORK — The pleasant problem Hector Santiago has created for the White Sox rotation pales immensely in comparison with finding the right barometer of the Sox's offensive malaise. The Mets' Matt Harvey drew comparisons Tuesday night to Tigers...
The Cardinals visit the Cubs for the first time this week. Fireworks are not expected. But when the Red Sox's Clay Buchholz pitches against the Blue Jays next Saturday, that should be interesting. You know you are doing something right when rivals...
Almost 10 years. That's how long it has been since the Cubs beat the Cardinals in a series that mattered, not that St. Louis fans would remember it. When Dusty Baker's 2003 team took four out of five from the Cardinals in a four-day September war that...
Tags: Texas Rangers, Pete Kozma, Baseball, Tony La Russa, Chicago Cubs
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