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  • Pirates' McCutchen: rib issue is minor

    The Sports Xchange EditorsNote: updates story, headline Pirates' McCutchen: rib issue is minor PITTSBURGH -- Pittsburgh Pirates center fielder Andrew McCutchen was removed from Tuesday's game after five innings because of discomfort in his left ribcage....
  • Giants' Buster Posey unloads spring training condo in Arizona

    Giants' Buster Posey unloads spring training condo in Arizona
    Buster Posey, the San Francisco Giants catcher and 2012 National League MVP, has sold a condominium in Scottsdale, Ariz., for $195,000. Located 20 minutes north of Scottsdale Stadium, the Giants’ Cactus League facility, the unit includes a...
  • VIDEO: Marlins star Stanton latest to take part in ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

    VIDEO: Marlins star Stanton latest to take part in ALS Ice Bucket Challenge
    MIAMI - For a moment, a gigantic bucket filled with tepid water near the Miami Marlins dugout didn't seem so intimidating. Until a second bucket filled with pounds of ice quickly followed. At that moment it became clear Giancarlo Stanton was about to...
  • Padres' Black: Pitchers can win MVP

    The Sports Xchange MLB Team Report - San Diego Padres - INSIDE PITCH PHOENIX -- Now that Los Angeles Dodgers left-hander Clayton Kershaw has returned to his typical dominant form, talk has turned to his candidacy for not only the NL Cy Young Award but...
  • Members of 1983 Jackie Robinson West team return to Williamsport

    Members of 1983 Jackie Robinson West team return to Williamsport
    SOUTH WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. — Ronell Coleman and Shawn Hammock were all dressed up with one place to go: the Little League World Series. On Thursday, both sported the orange caps they wore 31 years ago, when they were members of the last Jackie...
  • Mo'ne mania cresting; Phillies star visits teams

    Mo'ne mania cresting; Phillies star visits teams
    SOUTH WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. -- Jackie Robinson West beat the odds to reach the United States semifinal of the Little League World Series, advancing through the losers' bracket of the double-elimination tournament. But the team of 11- to-13-year-olds from...
  • Preview: Tigers at Rays

    Only three weeks after a blockbuster trade that sent him out of Tampa Bay, David Price returns to face his former team when the Detroit Tigers visit the Rays for the finale of a three-game series Wednesday afternoon. "Pitching against friends, it's always...
  • Braves ride hot start to win over Pirates

    The Sports Xchange By John Perrotto, The Sports Xchange Braves ride hot start to win over Pirates PITTSBURGH -- This road trip is already better for the Atlanta Braves than the previous one, and they have played only one game. Right fielder Jason...
  • MLB roundup: Red Sox demote OF Bradley

    The Sports Xchange MLB roundup: Red Sox demote OF Bradley The Boston Red Sox demoted outfielder Jackie Bradley Jr. and recalled outfielder/infielder Mookie Betts from Triple-A Pawtucket, the team announced Monday. Bradley was optioned to Pawtucket...
  • Late rallies send Nationals to 5th straight win

    Late rallies send Nationals to 5th straight win
    WASHINGTON (AP) — Wilson Ramos' ground-rule double drove in the winning run in the bottom of the ninth inning after Adam LaRoche's two-run homer tied it in the eighth and the Washington Nationals came back to beat the Pittsburgh Pirates 4-3 Saturday...
  • Dodgers' Clayton Kershaw suffers first loss since May

    It took just two swings to give Clayton Kershaw his first loss since May 28 on Saturday. The left-hander pitched a complete game and struck out 11 while allowing just five hits, but also gave up two home runs to the Milwaukee Brewers in a 3-2 loss....
  • On The Fly: Reason For Optimism With Tanaka

    Masahiro Tanaka, trying to rehab and avoid Tommy John surgery, was back on the mound for a bullpen session Saturday. His 25-pitch effort apparently went well. He won't be saving this season, whether he needs surgery or not, but the Yankees should be...