| Aug 21, 1992
The TV Repairman:
There's a knack to listening to Brooks Robinson do an Orioles game on television.
You want clubhouse chatter, full disclosure of what Cal Ripken had for breakfast or a bunch of tiresome and meaningless statistics, "Old No. 5," as...
| Mar 19, 2013
| 11:02 PM
TEMPE, Ariz. — Bill Lachemann was on the same Dorsey High baseball team as legendary manager Sparky Anderson. He played his first professional game five years before Angels rising star Mike Trout's father was born and caught former Angels pitcher...
| Dec 28, 2008
Jim Dooley, 77; succeeded George Halas as coach of the Chicago Bears (Jan. 8)
Christopher Bowman, 40; two-time U.S. figure skating champion (Jan. 10)
Johnny Podres, 75; left-hander pitched Dodgers to first World Series title in...
| Sep 29, 2009
The day began 20 years ago with overcast skies and wisps of fog, a Friday.
Despite the fact that the weekend is not expected to brighten, Baltimore baseball fans bask in a warm glow that has been building since April.
Their team, the American League...
| Sep 29, 2009
Here's a sampling of what was being said as the Orioles' 1989 season came down to the wire, concluding with the final series against the Blue Jays in Toronto to decide the American League East title.
"It's going to Canada." - Reliever Brian Holton
| Nov 5, 2010
George "Sparky" Anderson, baseball's first manager to lead teams from both the National and American leagues to World Series titles, died Thursday. He was 76.
Anderson died at his home in Thousand Oaks of complications from dementia, family spokesman Dan...
| Jun 17, 2009
LOS ANGELES -- It took Joe Torre two teams and six seasons to post his first winning record as a manager. And then just to prove that futility wasn't a fluke, he was back below .500 and out of a job two seasons later.
Sparky Anderson, on the other hand,...
| Jun 19, 2009
LOS ANGELES -- The names remain unknown. The results remain the same.
The Dodgers' bullpen is still closing out games.
The latest was a 3-2 victory over the Oakland A's on Thursday at Dodger Stadium that moved Manager Joe Torre past Sparky Anderson into...
| Apr 3, 2011
| 1:30 AM
The South Dakota High School Basketball Hall of Fame in Madison recently inducted its second class:
· Tom Malchow of Aberdeen Central.
· Pat Morrison of Mobridge.
· Terry DuPris of Eagle Butte.
· Jim Sutton of Onida....
| Nov 4, 2010
| 10:56 AM
Hall of Fame manager Sparky Anderson died. He was 76.
Family spokesman Dan Ewald says Anderson died from complications from dementia.
Anderson guided the Cincinnati Reds to World Series championships in 1975 and 1976 and then led the Detroit Tigers to...
| Nov 4, 2010
| 11:42 AM
THOUSAND OAKS (KTLA) -- Hall of Famer Sparky Anderson, the first manager to win World Series titles in both leagues, has died at the age of 76.
Family spokesman Dan Ewald said Anderson, who had been placed under hospice care in Thousand Oaks Wednesday,...