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Sports NowHall of Fame catcher Gary Carter, whose single for the New York Mets in Game 6 of the 1986 World Series led to perhaps the most famous comeback in baseball history, died Thursday. He was 57. Carter was diagnosed with......
Sixty miles east of Babe Ruth's birthplace, in the drowsy town of Sudlersville (population 497), stands a statue of the other great slugger from Maryland's past. But you'll have to stop at the town's only red light, corner of Church and Main, to view...
pix11.com | @jeremy_tannerGary Carter, the former New York Mets Hall-of-Fame catcher, died Thursday afternoon. Citing a private family website, ESPN reported that Carter's daughter Kimmy Bloemers wrote, "I am deeply saddened to tell you all that my precious dad went to be with...
Tags: Gary Carter, National League, Howard Johnson, Sports, Baseball
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. - The Minnesota Twins are becoming concerned with Francisco Liriano's struggles. Desmond Jennings had one of the Rays' team record four sacrifice flys and drove in three runs as Tampa Bay beat Liriano and the Twins 6-2 on Sunday. ''...
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Fox 5 San Diego ReporterSAN DIEGO -- An effort to put a statue to legendary baseball Hall-of-Famer and San Diego native Ted Williams on the Embarcadero may be gaining momentum. Local baseball historian Bill Swank has campaigned for the statue to Unified Port of San Diego...
Talk baseball with Washington native David Paulson for a few minutes, and his obsessive lifelong fandom pours out in facts, figures and lore. He recalls how he loved the most obscure of Washington Senators players, like outfielder Stan Spence. How he...
SAN DIEGO -- A stamp honoring San Diego native Ted Williams will be issued in 2012 as part of a set of four stamps depicting members of the Baseball Hall of Fame, the U.S. Postal Service announced Friday. Williams, a graduate of Hoover High School who...
A-Rod. K-Rod. F-Rod. I-Rod. B-Rob. We are not living in the Golden Age of sports nicknames. J-Roll. O-Dog. T-Mac. D-Wade. These are not nicknames; they're contractions, abbreviations. Crowned "King James" at the outset of a career that has yet to see him...
Tags: O.J. Simpson, Culture, Entertainment, Babe Ruth, Pablo Sandoval
Matty Alou, the middle brother in one of baseball's greatest playing families and a slap hitter who won the National League batting title in 1966, died Thursday in the Dominican Republic. He was 72. His former team in the Dominican, Leones del Escogido,...
Matt Thornton provided the model. Gavin Floyd reaffirmed it, reaching his potential for the White Sox after frustrating the Phillies. General manager Ken Williams had those success stories, and others, in mind when he read scouting reports from one of...
Running off at the typewriter. … It's over, right? The U.S. Open is now the U.S. Closed. Rory McIlroy is torching the course at Congressional and making the rest of the field look like the C-flight at the Stoneybrook West member-guest. McIlroy is...
Daily American CorrespondentYo’Vinny and the Bronx Wanders will perform at the Arcadia Theater, 1418 Graham Ave., Windber, at 8 p.m. Friday, to kick off the start of Miners’ Memorial Day weekend in the community. The group, known for their leather jackets and slicked...
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