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I don't care what the calendar says, if teams are playing baseball in Arizona, spring has sprung. In fact it was more like summer last week when my sister-in-law, Patsy Hadlich, and I made our annual trip to the Cactus League games, with her son, Jeff,...
What's more boring than watching one of the better teams in the NBA blowing out one of the worst? Having to cover it on TV. That's just the situation the viewers and analysts on NBA-TV were in Tuesday night as the Indiana Pacers held a 42-29 halftime...
On Wednesday, the sunny, breezy first day of spring, City Council President Bernard C. "Jack" Young walked up to a podium inside the Warehouse at Camden Yards and started to sniff the air. Young asked an audience that included area high school players...
The Hog BlogFormer IronPig closer Scott Mathieson will get some early work for Team Canada in the World Baseball Classic this week in Phoenix. Canadian manager Ernie Whitt will use Mathieson behind starter Shawn Hill in Friday's game against italy. With a mandatory...
As the Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico prepared to play the World Baseball Classic championship game in front of huge chunks of empty seats at AT&T Park, the chief executive of the San Francisco Giants pronounced the event a success. "We'd do it...
The Baltimore SunOrioles top infield prospect Jonathan Schoop returned to Ed Smith Stadium on Wednesday after playing on the world’s stage as part of an upstart Netherlands team that made it to the World Baseball Classic semifinals before losing to the eventual...
YOUR MORNING PHIL: Plantains, all-WBC, Maddon Talking baseball while wondering if anyone remembers where to find Tru TV: 1. Fernando Rodney is the Dominican Republic’s magic man, appearing in all seven of the Dominicans’ wins, to the concern...
Tags: Sports, Pedro Strop, David Wright, Tony Pena, Nelson Figueroa
The Baltimore SunFORT MYERS, Fla. -- After playing a strong World Baseball Classic with the Netherlands, Orioles top position prospect Jonathan Schoop is slated to return to major league camp on Tuesday, where manager Buck Showalter said he intends to get a few more looks...
SAN FRANCISCO – Is there any stopping the Dominican Republic? It sure doesn’t look like it. Tony Pena’s team is on the verge of not only winning the World Baseball Classic but becoming the first team to ever go through the event...
Tags: Sports, Pedro Strop, Minnesota Twins, Pacific Ocean, Tony Pena
For Channel 2 SportsAlex Rios slammed a two-run home run in the seventh inning to lead Puerto Rico to a 3-1 victory over two-time defending champ Japan on Sunday in the first semifinal game of the 2013 World Baseball Classic at AT&T Park. Puerto Rico will meet the winner of...
Tags: Sports, Carlos Beltran, Mike Aviles, Baseball
The Baltimore SunOrioles center fielder Adam Jones described himself as “marvelous” this morning, his first day back with his teammates since leaving for the World Baseball Classic on March 3. He’ll be taking today and tomorrow off, and will play for...
PHOENIX -- Right-hander Fernando Cabrera, a nonroster invitee, might have hurt his chances to make the Angels' opening-day roster by choosing to pitch for his native Puerto Rico in the World Baseball Classic. Cabrera pitched only 3 1/3 innings with...
Tags: Don Mattingly, Bo Jackson, FIFA World Cup
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