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  • Dodgers look pretty much the same, which isn't bad

    Dodgers look pretty much the same, which isn't bad
    LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. — The Dodgers left baseball's winter meetings Thursday with almost the same team as last season. They didn't trade Matt Kemp. They didn't trade for David Price. They didn't sign Juan Uribe or anyone else who could start at...
  • Everyone is pitching in for the Red Sox

    Everyone is pitching in for the Red Sox
    Even with a resurgent John Lackey starting Wednesday night in hopes of leading the Boston Red Sox to their first World Series-clinching victory at Fenway Park in 95 years, their bullpen could be crowded. "They know the urgency," pitching coach Juan...
  • Joe Torre, Bobby Cox, Tony La Russa head latest Hall of Fame ballot

    Joe Torre, Bobby Cox, Tony La Russa head latest Hall of Fame ballot
    What if the Hall of Fame held an induction ceremony and no one came? That was painfully close to the truth last July, after the Baseball Writers Assn. of America rejected all the players presented for election. There were three inductees, selected by...
  • Pac-12 extends Commissioner Larry Scott's contract

    Pac-12 extends Commissioner Larry Scott's contract
    Pac-12 Conference Commissioner Larry Scott is sticking around for at least five more years. The Pac-12's university presidents and chancellors extended Scott's contract Monday through the 2017-18 academic year. As part of the extension, Scott also was...
  • Red Sox take out ad in St. Louis paper thanking team they just beat

    Red Sox take out ad in St. Louis paper thanking team they just beat
    The Boston Red Sox sure are a classy organization. Either that or they sure know how to rub a championship in the face of the team they just beat in the World Series. Red Sox ownership took out a full-page ad in Tuesday's St. Louis Post-Dispatch,...
  • Angels name former shortstop Gary DiSarcina as third-base coach

    Angels name former shortstop Gary DiSarcina as third-base coach
    The Angels named former shortstop Gary DiSarcina as their third-base coach on Tuesday, marking the third time in five years that DiSarcina, whom many believe will manage in the big leagues some day, has bounced between the Boston Red Sox and Angels...
  • Rays beat Orioles again, keep AL wild-card lead

    Rays beat Orioles again, keep AL wild-card lead
    Desmond Jennings drove in four runs, Alex Cobb (10-3) took a three-hit shutout into the ninth inning and the Tampa Bay Rays beat the Baltimore Orioles, 5-1, Saturday to maintain their lead in the American League wild-card race. The first pitch came 10...
  • Pirates power past Reds to 6-2 wild-card victory

    Pirates power past Reds to 6-2 wild-card victory
    PITTSBURGH — The Pittsburgh Pirates went 21 years between playoff games. The wait will be significantly shorter this time around. Russell Martin homered twice, Francisco Liriano was dominant for seven innings and the Pirates roared past the...
  • Dodgers defeat Atlanta, win NLDS thanks to the power of Juan Uribe

     Dodgers defeat Atlanta, win NLDS thanks to the power of Juan Uribe
    This was supposed to be Clayton Kershaw's night. It turned into Juan Uribe's. Uribe launched an eighth-inning offering by David Carpenter high into the October sky, sending the Dodgers to 4-3 victory over the Atlanta Braves and to the National League...
  • Manny Machado's injury not as bad as originally feared

    Manny Machado's injury not as bad as originally feared
    Third baseman Manny Machado of the Baltimore Orioles got some good news: He has a torn ligament in his left knee and could be running again six to eight weeks because his anterior cruciate and medial collateral ligaments are fine. An MRI exam Tuesday...
  • To reach major leagues, Cubans face short distance but long process

    To reach major leagues, Cubans face short distance but long process
    The shortest route between Cuba and the United States is just 90 miles, but it can be a complicated journey for a baseball player. Because professional sports are outlawed in communist Cuba and most business relationships between U.S. companies and...