Displaying items 13-24 of 279 » View ktuu.com items only< Previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11-24 Next >
In previewing the World Series in recent years, the Fox people expressed just one wish — for a long series. They said it didn't matter who was playing. Sure, they'd love Yankees vs. Dodgers, but it didn't matter if it was Royals vs. Pirates as long...
Almost 12 years later, the White Sox finally may have made things right with the Blue Jays for sending them left-hander Mike Sirotka, who hurt his shoulder and never made another big league start after that trade. The Sox were not a party to the joke of...
Tags: Jeff Mathis, Toronto Blue Jays, Baseball, Sports, Heath Bell
MIAMI — Now that Marlins Park has been christened, with $106-million shortstop Jose Reyes and some of baseball's most facility-starved fans joining their futures together, with the retractable roof open and the case to move the team to Las Vegas...
Talking baseball while hoping Jay Cutler gets well soon. 1. The Cy Young Award is going to be presented Wednesday night, and that, like the balance of power in the AL East, could be impacted by Jeffrey Loria, baseball’s worst owner. What does...
Tags: Elections, Toronto Blue Jays, Baseball, Heath Bell, Sports
When the trade deadline rolled around at the end of July, the Phillies were 46-57, which put them only 21/2 games better than the Cubs in the National League's wild-card playoff standings. They were in ninth place, 13 games behind the Braves for the...
Tags: Mike Trout, New York Mets, Baseball, Sports, Roy Halladay
Lots of people out there are just waiting to see Theo Epstein fail. They think he gets too much attention, that his deal with Cubs Chairman Tom Ricketts is too sweet. They think he should have received more criticism for a run of failed free-agent...
Even genius seems replaceable in sports, including baseball. Tony Gwynn and George Brett go into the Hall of Fame, and along come Ichiro Suzuki and Miguel Cabrera. Greg Maddux retires, and up pops Clayton Kershaw. Tony La Russa steps away, and the...
Tags: Miguel Cabrera, Dustin Ackley, Theo Epstein, Baseball, Sports
From a 1-in-8 shot to a 1-in-3. Those are pretty good odds, but still not good enough for wrestling. The world wrestling community cleared one hurdle on Wednesday when wrestling was named as one of three finalists for inclusion into the 2020 Olympic...
PHOENIX — Philip Anschutz says he's ready to talk to the NFL about a stadium in downtown Los Angeles. The NFL says it's ready to talk to Anschutz. Question is, will all that talking amount to anything real? "I think it is a positive that Phil...
PHOENIX — Are you ready for a true world champion in baseball? For the first time, Major League Baseball is beginning to explore an event that Commissioner Bud Selig calls "a real World Series'' that would pit the MLB champion against Japan's...
Tags: Chase Field, Baseball, New York Mets, Sports, Chicago White Sox
Here's something you might not know about the infamous Angel Hernandez game: The A's had a great chance to win the game even after Hernandez and his fellow umpires twice blew the call on what would have been a game-tying home run. Chris Perez, the...
Tags: Adam Rosales, Baseball, Sports, Oakland Athletics, Human Mishaps
Jerry Reinsdorf is 77, going on 40. He wasn't joking when he told a friend he is planning to serve as host when the 2033 All-Star Game comes to U.S. Cellular Field, commemorating the first one at Comiskey Park in 1933. But I'm not sure about that. It...
Oct 30, 2012 |Column| Allentown Morning Call
Nov 13, 2012 |Column| Chicago Tribune
Apr 4, 2012 |Column| Chicago Tribune
Nov 14, 2012 |Column| Chicago Tribune
Sep 16, 2012 |Column| Chicago Tribune
Jun 6, 2012 |Column| Chicago Tribune
Jun 1, 2013 |Column| Chicago Tribune
May 30, 2013 |Column| Allentown Morning Call
Mar 18, 2013 |Column| Los Angeles Times
Mar 9, 2013 |Column| Chicago Tribune
May 9, 2013 |Column| Chicago Tribune
May 22, 2013 |Column| Chicago Tribune
Original site for Bud Selig topic gallery.