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ESPN
Philadelphia Phillies' future looks bright, but who will lead them?The outlook at Citizens Bank Park is much improved since Andy MacPhail's introd
Philadelphia Phillies' future looks bright, but who will lead them?
ESPN / Posted 3 hours ago
The outlook at Citizens Bank Park is much improved since Andy MacPhail's introductory news conference, when he said his main functions as the Philadelphia Phillies' president-in-waiting would be "to read, to watch and to listen." If MacPhail is... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Sneaking up on people is Cubs' usual route to the playoffsThe Cubs' meteoric rise from an 89-loss team to World Series contender is made
Sneaking up on people is Cubs' usual route to the playoffs
Chicago Tribune / Posted yesterday
The Cubs' meteoric rise from an 89-loss team to World Series contender is made to order for those who prefer the Bill Murray-style, Cinderella-story kind of season. "It's good to sneak up on people," President Theo Epstein said. "Maybe this is our... Read more
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The Williamsport Sun-Gazette
NY great Rivera joins Little League Hall of ExcellenceThe legendary New York Yankees relief pitcher was added to Little League's list
NY great Rivera joins Little League Hall of Excellence
The Williamsport Sun-Gazette / Posted yesterday
The legendary New York Yankees relief pitcher was added to Little League's list of honored players Tuesday night prior to the matchup between the West's Bonita, California, and the Great Lakes Bowling Green, Kentucky, teams. Rivera played with... Read more
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Bluffton Today
Bobcat football prepares for home openerFriday’s football season-opener got things started off on the right foot for Bl
Bobcat football prepares for home opener
Bluffton Today / Posted 2 days ago
Friday’s football season-opener got things started off on the right foot for Bluffton High, and the momentum and intensity continued into the second week of the season. The Bobcats defeated Battery Creek 56-10, and they were back on the field Monday... Read more
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Philly.com
Phillies should just keep PeteSam Donnellon, Daily News Sports Columnist Posted: Tuesday, August 25, 2015, 12
Phillies should just keep Pete
Philly.com / Posted 2 days ago
Sam Donnellon, Daily News Sports Columnist Posted: Tuesday, August 25, 2015, 12:16 AM Three seasons later, Manuel and Gillick stood atop the same float amid a sun-saturated parade that both men now say was one of the highlights of their... Read more
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Daily Herald
McKnight: What Fowler's surge has meantEveryone loves a leadoff man. When I was a teenager, the Cubs (and White Sox wh
McKnight: What Fowler's surge has meant
Daily Herald / Posted 5 days ago
Everyone loves a leadoff man. When I was a teenager, the Cubs (and White Sox when I was just a tyke) had Lance Johnson popping around the bases. A little later, Corey Patterson and his Hype Machine set the table. From the top spot in 2002, Patterson... Read more
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WGN Radio Chicago
Kap & Haugh Full Show: Cubs/Sox fall, Bears to Indy, Dusty BakerSammy Sosa watches a two run homer against the Pittsburgh Pirates. Sammy Sosa
Kap & Haugh Full Show: Cubs/Sox fall, Bears to Indy, Dusty Baker
WGN Radio Chicago / Posted 8 days ago
Sammy Sosa watches a two run homer against the Pittsburgh Pirates. Sammy Sosa watches a two run homer against the Pittsburgh Pirates. On today’s show, the guys recap Cubs and Sox losses from last night. Former Cubs manager Dusty Baker joins the... Read more
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WGN Radio Chicago
Kap & Haugh Dusty Baker: Sosa doesn't need to apologizeFormer Cardinals manager Tony La Russa and former Cubs manager Dusty Baker meet
Kap & Haugh Dusty Baker: Sosa doesn't need to apologize
WGN Radio Chicago / Posted 8 days ago
Former Cardinals manager Tony La Russa and former Cubs manager Dusty Baker meet with umpires before a game in 2003. Former Cardinals manager Tony La Russa and former Cubs manager Dusty Baker meet with umpires before a game in 2003. In today’s... Read more
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SportingNews
Dan Jennings returning to front office for Marlins, report saysDan Jennings' managing days with the Marlins appeared to be numbered. Marlins
Dan Jennings returning to front office for Marlins, report says
SportingNews / Posted 18 days ago
Dan Jennings' managing days with the Marlins appeared to be numbered. Marlins owner Jeffrey Loria reportedly will be sending Jennings back to the front office and start searching for a new manager in the offseason, the Miami Herald reported, citing... Read more
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NBC Sports: HardballTalk
Marlins expected to bring in a new manager this winterThough owner Jeffrey Loria is always capable of changing his mind, the Marlins
Marlins expected to bring in a new manager this winter
NBC Sports: HardballTalk / Posted 18 days ago
Though owner Jeffrey Loria is always capable of changing his mind, the Marlins are operating under the belief there will be a new manager next season, with Dan Jennings returning to the front office, according to team sources. An interesting... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Flashback: Cubs beat Giants to win 1998 wild-card tiebreakerMaybe there was magic in Michael Jordan's ceremonial first pitch before the Cub
Flashback: Cubs beat Giants to win 1998 wild-card tiebreaker
Chicago Tribune / Posted 19 days ago
Maybe there was magic in Michael Jordan's ceremonial first pitch before the Cubs played the Giants in the 1998 wild-card tiebreaker. Yes, 39,556 fans watched the Bulls legend throw a pitch that went high and wide over the head of ceremonial catcher... Read more
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Denver Post
Details in demand at Camp KubiakBroncos receiver Cody Latimer stepped in the NFL's version of a confessional bo
Details in demand at Camp Kubiak
Denver Post / Posted 20 days ago
Broncos receiver Cody Latimer stepped in the NFL's version of a confessional booth, and refused to make lame excuses. With chin held high and eyes unafraid to examine the hard truth of his shortcomings, Latimer sought absolution for his football sins... Read more
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Elmira Star-Gazette
Answers sought in death of batboy at NBC World SeriesThe father of Kaiser Carlile, the 9-year-old batboy who died after being struck
Answers sought in death of batboy at NBC World Series
Elmira Star-Gazette / Posted 24 days ago
The father of Kaiser Carlile, the 9-year-old batboy who died after being struck in the head by an errant swing, spoke publicly for the first time Monday as the National Baseball Congress suspended use of batboys and batgirls for the remainder of its... Read more
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Newton Daily News
Reds’ potential firesale benefits RoyalsNo one can ever predict the outcome of firesales, but it appears the Cincinnati
Reds’ potential firesale benefits Royals
Newton Daily News / Posted 30 days ago
No one can ever predict the outcome of firesales, but it appears the Cincinnati Reds’ trade of Johnny Cueto to the Kansas City Royals is a potential win-win for both teams. Cueto gives the Royals that front-end starter they sorely needed, and the... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Hall of Fame speeches will be talk of the town in CooperstownThe Hall of Fame induction speech in Cooperstown, N.Y., is a tricky thing. You
Hall of Fame speeches will be talk of the town in Cooperstown
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 1 months ago
The Hall of Fame induction speech in Cooperstown, N.Y., is a tricky thing. You want to thank the most important people in your life, but you don't want to drone on so long that everyone is waiting anxiously for the next speech to begin. Last year's... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Hall of Fame speeches will be talk of the town Sunday in CooperstownThe Hall of Fame induction speech in Cooperstown, N.Y., is a tricky thing. You
Hall of Fame speeches will be talk of the town Sunday in Cooperstown
Chicago Tribune / Posted 1 months ago
The Hall of Fame induction speech in Cooperstown, N.Y., is a tricky thing. You want to thank the most important people in your life, but you don't want to drone on so long that everyone is waiting anxiously for the next speech to begin. Last year's... Read more
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Forbes
Destructive Delay in Tom Brady DecisionI've dedicated over four decades to my passion for athlete representation and b
Destructive Delay in Tom Brady Decision
Forbes / Posted 1 months ago
I've dedicated over four decades to my passion for athlete representation and being an agent of change. My client roster has boasted a multitude of premier athletes and “Hall of Famers” spanning over multiple professional sports, including the likes... Read more
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The Mercury News
Giants fans shouldn't plan to see Zobrist in orange and blackSAN FRANCISCO -- This should be easy. The Giants are buyers. The A's are seller
Giants fans shouldn't plan to see Zobrist in orange and black
The Mercury News / Posted 1 months ago
SAN FRANCISCO -- This should be easy. The Giants are buyers. The A's are sellers. The Giants need a versatile utility player. The A's have the archetype in switch-hitting infielder/outfielder Ben Zobrist. Even the bridge toll wouldn't be a deal... Read more
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Oakland Tribune
Giants fans shouldn't plan to see Zobrist in orange and blackSAN FRANCISCO -- This should be easy. The Giants are buyers. The A's are seller
Giants fans shouldn't plan to see Zobrist in orange and black
Oakland Tribune / Posted 1 months ago
SAN FRANCISCO -- This should be easy. The Giants are buyers. The A's are sellers. The Giants need a versatile utility player. The A's have the archetype in switch-hitting infielder/outfielder Ben Zobrist. Even the bridge toll wouldn't be a deal... Read more
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Contra Costa Times Newspapers
Giants fans shouldn't plan to see Zobrist in orange and blackSAN FRANCISCO -- This should be easy. The Giants are buyers. The A's are seller
Giants fans shouldn't plan to see Zobrist in orange and black
Contra Costa Times Newspapers / Posted 1 months ago
SAN FRANCISCO -- This should be easy. The Giants are buyers. The A's are sellers. The Giants need a versatile utility player. The A's have the archetype in switch-hitting infielder/outfielder Ben Zobrist. Even the bridge toll wouldn't be a deal... Read more
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