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Not that the Dodgers are pinching pennies these days, but the cost of retaining Clayton Kershaw just went up. Justin Verlander and the Detroit Tigers agreed Friday on a five-year contract extension worth a guaranteed $140 million, according to Buster...
Deliver the champagne to Chavez Ravine and Anaheim. The Los Angeles Dodgers will edge out the San Francisco Giants by a game in the National League West division, while the Angels will tie the Oakland Athletics in the American League West. If baseball...
TEMPE, Ariz. -- A third player from the Angels’ 2002 World Series championship team has joined the head coaching ranks, though not quite at the level of Darin Erstad, who is in his second season at the University of Nebraska. Jarrod Washburn,...
Tags: Baseball, High Schools, Sports, Darin Erstad, Seattle Mariners
It looks like “batter up!” again on the theatrical boards: Mickey Mantle is the subject of a new play that writer-producer David Leaf is working on with the cooperation of Danny and David Mantle, sons of the incredibly talented but careless...
Tags: Willie Mays, The Beach Boys, John Lennon, Baseball, Dennis Franz
A Texas grand jury voted not to indict the 17-year-old son of former Angels outfielder Torii Hunter on felony sexual assault charges, and the case was dismissed Wednesday, according to John Schomburger, a Collin County assistant district attorney....
TEMPE, Ariz. — Mike Trout, the American League rookie of the year, is scheduled to make his Cactus League debut Monday. Manager Mike Scioscia said he does not expect Trout to be affected by a barrage of off-season attention from local and national...
Tags: Erick Aybar, Baseball, Trent Oeltjen, PGA Tour, Sports
Al Kaline, Dennis Eckersley and Mike Schmidt have a few things in common. One, they are all members of baseball's Hall of Fame. Two, they are all glad no one was elected to join them this year. “I’m kind of glad that nobody got in this year,...
Tags: Willie Mays, Al Kaline, Politics, Roger Clemens, Baseball
Major League Baseball will not expand its instant replay system this year, according to Joe Torre, the league's executive vice president of baseball operations. Commissioner Bud Selig told the Los Angeles Times four months ago that expanded replay would...
Clayton Kershaw had a great day Thursday, no matter what he did. The bar for his next contract was set even higher, with Felix Hernandez and the Seattle Mariners agreeing on a seven-year, $175-million deal. That could put Kershaw in position to become...
No need for booze: Disappointed devotees of the losing San Francisco 49ers can drown their Super Bowl sorrows in free Jell-O Pudding. The Kraft brand said it will send thousands of cups gratis to the city by the bay on Tuesday to help soothe...
Gail Harris, the last player to hit a home run for the New York Giants before they moved to California, has died in Gainesville, Va. He was 81. Harris hit two home runs on Sept. 21, 1957, against the Pirates in Pittsburgh, leading the Giants to a 9-5...
No players were elected to the National Baseball Hall of Fame this year in a polarizing vote that reopened the wounds of the steroid era. Home run king Barry Bonds, owner of baseball’s most cherished record, was resoundingly rejected. So was...
Tags: Punishment, Sammy Sosa, Roger Clemens, Jeff Bagwell, Baseball
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