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ST. LOUIS — Edwin Jackson takes the mound tonight at Busch Stadium against his former team, a recurring theme for the well-traveled veteran. Jackson has already faced Washington, Arizona and the White Sox this season, though the start against the...
Star Tribune (Minneapolis)A rare moment in recent baseball history passed Thursday at Target Field without anyone noticing. It deserved a standing ovation, at least among the accountants in attendance. Cliff Lee faced Joe Mauer from 60 feet, 6 inches away, the rare occasion...
In October 2011, former Philadelphia Phillies star Lenny Dykstra pleaded no contest to three grand theft auto charges and filing a false financial report. He was sentenced to three years in prison in March 2012. On Sunday, Dykstra is expected to walk...
Major League Baseball's efforts to suspend some of the game's biggest stars for up to 100 games for alleged use of performance-enhancing drugs could put the rest of the league's players on the spot. How far can the players and their union go to fight...
The Hartford CourantLance Armstrong lied. Pete Rose lied. Marion Jones lied. Mark McGwire, who alternately saved baseball and trashed baseball, lied. The authors of the greatest achievements in the history of sports ultimately have looked the camera in the eye and said,...
After sleuthing around South Florida for nearly a year, Major League Baseball officials hope they can soon start punishing some of the game’s biggest stars for allegedly using banned drugs supplied by a Miami- area clinic. With the clinic's...
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The 2013 baseball season could be unlike any in history, with an unprecedented wave of suspensions possible by the All-Star break in the mushrooming Biogenesis scandal. Ryan Braun, the 2011 National League MVP who beat the rap after one positive test...
Nationals general manager Mike Rizzo was working for White Sox scouting director Al Goldis in 1989 and was assigned to watch Auburn University in some early-season games. He couldn't stop thinking about how much damage the first baseman could do. In a...
PHILADELPHIA — Being named the National League player of the month and N.L. player of the week in back-to-back weeks, the first time ever for a Phillie, is certain to get you some extra highlights on ESPN. Dom Brown hasn't seen them. And he won't....
The Baltimore SunAlthough he is 22 and had been in the majors for all of 11 days, Orioles right-hander Kevin Gausman didn’t seem flummoxed by the bright lights and suffocating hype of his first two starts. He just wasn’t very effective. All that changed...
The Kansas City StarST. LOUIS It was as if Hollywood had transported another comic book action scene to the big screen Thursday night when George Brett, clad again in his familiar No. 5 Royals uniform, strolled onto the field at Busch Stadium. Look hard enough, Royals fans,...
RedEyeWhile scanning YouTube for Crosstown Classic clips, I came upon this gem from 1994, back when the game was a yearly charity event before the days of interleague play. The ’94 game at Wrigley Field is the only one for which I recall any specific...
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