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Pirates Name Milver Reyes 2014 Chuck Tanner Award...
The Pittsburgh Pirates today presented Gulf Coast League Pirates Manager Milver Reyes with the 2014 Chuck Tanner Award. The organizational award started in 2011 and is given each year to a member of...
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Manship not distracted by opportunity at hand
FORT MYERS, Fla. -- When right-hander Jeff Manship found himself without a team in the offseason, he wasn't looking for as many suitors as he could get. Just the first one. So, when the Phillies...
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Hot-hitting Colabello given chance to make roster
MIN@CWS: Colabello smacks an RBI single up the middle BRADENTON, Fla. -- Chris Colabello had an impressive day at the plate on Friday, as he picked up three hits, including the go-ahead RBI single in...
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AGAINST FORGETTING: Why Women's History Month?. C...
Everything that explains the world has in fact explained a world that does not exist, a world in which men are at the center of the human enterprise and women are at the margin "helping" them. Such a...
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Week 2 Spring Prospect Stock Watch
Spring training statistics can be horribly misleading. With so many young, inexperienced prospects in big league camp, it’s important that all numbers be analyzed within context. At the same time,...
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Werner Park to host Triple-A All-Star game in 2015
Martie Cordaro, president and general manager of the Omaha Storm Chasers, is proud to tell you that — short of the major leagues — no baseball is better than the baseball played at Werner Park and...
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John Lackey, Jon Lester get Allen Webster pointed...
JUPITER, Fla. — Just having Juan Nieves talk to Allen Webster wasn’t working anymore. Even after more than a year’s worth of coaching from the Red Sox staff, Webster still wound up with too much...
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Rookies warned to keep cool
The 81-test veteran was among a frustrated All Blacks side that refused to be provoked before winning 32-6 and to complete a sweep of the Home Unions and Ireland for just the third time since...
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$19 million Durham Bulls Athletic Park upgrade
The Durham Bulls Athletic Park, already a jewel in the revitalized downtown’s crown, is getting major upgrades. This offseason, workers and team officials have been working to renovate the stadium in...
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Jackie Robinson's first spring training
Jackie Robinson, first black baseball player to be signed by a major league takes a swing at the ball during his spring training at Sanford, Florida on March 4, 1946. Robinson is playing for the...
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George Ehrlich, 85, rheumatologist who advised wo...
But Dr. Ehrlich took a more proactive view. He was interested in how the chronic joint condition would affect that patient's ability to lead a normal life. "He said the destruction of the joint is...
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Useless and discredited economics underpins rhino...
Useless and discredited economics underpins rhino trade policies Ian Michler has spent the last 24 years working as a specialist guide, safari operator, photo-journalist and consultant across Africa,...
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Zach Walters’s hot start to spring
Through three games this spring, the most impressive hitter has been Zach Walters. Sure, he has received more playing time than others and it is early, but Walters has looked strong at the plate and...
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Aaron A. Johnson, basketball coach
The son of Daniel and Harriett Johnson was born in Baltimore and raised in the city's Sandtown Winchester neighborhood. He was the 12th of 13 children. He graduated in 1952 from Frederick Douglass...
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Latest MLB Prospect Stock Watch
Spring training statistics can be horribly misleading. With so many young, inexperienced prospects in big league camp, it’s imperative that all numbers be analyzed within context. At the same time,...
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HarbourCats bringing baseball exhibition to Duncan
Snowballs could have been thrown at Evans Park Wednesday, but it’ll be the return to the more conventional baseballs for a major event coming Sunday, June 22. The Victoria HarbourCats of the West...
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Knights install largest HD videoboard in the leag...
The Charlotte Knights continued to prepare for opening day -- just weeks away -- by installing the largest HD videoboard in the
on Friday. The team’s 30-by-82-foot HD videoboard...
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International students tick all the right boxes
New Zealand's fifth-biggest export allows state-funded schools to deliver quality education and a number of other benefits. Juan Uribe Barros, Claudia Ortiz de Zarate, Evelyn Henriquez and Sergio...
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FQS: The uprising that created and nurtured peopl...
This time of the year since 1987, the Philippine mass media invariably lends an inordinate amount of print space and air time to political personalities, pundits, and chroniclers of modern history,...
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Mater Dei grad Hessman is King of the farm
Another minor-league camp opens up Sunday . Physicals, stretching, rounds in the cage, relays on the field. The gates will open, and the 462nd player picked in the 1996 baseball draft will walk in....
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