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They had their chance. For one prolonged, precious moment Tuesday night, the Dodgers had complete control of this crazy race for the National League's second wild card. The St. Louis Cardinals had just lost. The Dodgers needed only to win to push their...
In his role as the Triple-A manager in the Phillies organization, Ryne Sandberg talks often to his players about opportunity. It's always there, he says. And when it opens the door, be prepared to burst through it. Wednesday's signing of Cole Hamels...
The Hartford CourantHalf-baked Jake is back in all his half-bakedness … News: The steroid-dripping Baseball Hall of Fame ballots are distributed. Views: After leaving the box unchecked twice, I'm voting for Killingworth's Jeff Bagwell. My fuller view of one of the...
Terry Ryan has nothing against free-agent outfielder Michael Bourn. Honest. But the general manager knows his Twins aren't going to compete again in the American League Central — Joe Mauer or no Joe Mauer — until they fix a starting rotation...
It was still early in the morning on the west coast on a December morning in 2010 when the texts and phone calls started flooding into Justin Friend's cell phone. Friend had gone to bed the night before the property of the Oakland A's, the team that...
This column is dedicated to the 42,473 who were at Dodger Stadium on Tuesday night when the flame finally flickered out. You missed out. Yes, we couch potatoes saw you, squirming and grimacing and putting your hands over your eyes as the drama churned...
Tags: Baseball, Matt Kemp, Bill Dwyre, Vin Scully, Dodger Stadium
Jim Tkach now lives in Milford, Del., but his heart is still in the Lehigh Valley. That's why even though there's a drive involved, he's happy to trek back into the area every Friday night to work high school football games as an analyst for Blue Ridge...
SAN DIEGO — I swear I'm not giggling as I type this. But I just talked to Jamie McCourt's attorney and the Screaming Meanie is upset and she's not going to take it anymore. Now tell me you aren't giggling. As you know, she's a loser, Frank paying...
Tags: Politics, Jamie McCourt, Matt Treanor, Juan Rivera, A.J. Ellis
PHILADELPHIA — The blistering sun is beating down on the field at Citizens Bank Park. Most players are sheltered from the stinging rays and high humidity in the more friendly confines of the clubhouse. Yet one face, the same one that emerges nearly...
PHILADELPHIA — It's a good news, bad news scenario. Let's get the bad news out of the way first. Few players are as familiar with the challenges of moving from second base to third base as Placido Polanco. The 14-year veteran has won Gold...
When it comes to deciding who's going to play where defensively, Phillies manager Charlie Manuel has loads of flexibility. Ty Wigginton can play first, second or third base. Laynce Nix can man left field or first. John Mayberry Jr. can go to any of the...
You have to hand it to Josh Hamilton. While he's constantly on guard against his personal demons, he somehow still seems to be exactly what we want all athletes to be -- a big kid playing a child's game. "Hands down, he's the best player in the...
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