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  • Briefs: Golf fundraiser coming

    The Huntington Beach High baseball program will hold the second Collin Balester-Hank Conger Giveback Golf Invitational next Monday. The shotgun start is 10:30 a.m. at SeaCliff Country Club (6501 Palm Ave.) in Huntington Beach. Registration for the...
  • Dodgers' Tim Wallach talks to Detroit Tigers about manager's job

    Dodgers coach Tim Wallach said Friday that he has spoken with the Detroit Tigers about their managerial vacancy. Dave Dombrowski, the Tigers' president and general manager, served as general manager of the Montreal Expos from 1988-91. Wallach was the...
  • Trevor Bell returns to form with Pensacola Blue Wahoos

    Trevor Bell returns to form with Pensacola Blue Wahoos
    Trevor Bell is never too far from his days at Crescenta Valley High. Hence, despite some headaches with his flight plans out of Louisville, Bell arrived in time to lend his voice and make an appearance at a Glendale Unified School District meeting during...
  • Star Track: Brendan Harris

    Star Track: Brendan Harris
    If you want to see the world and stay up late most nights, a great way to do so is to play pro baseball. Former William and Mary standout Brendan Harris, 32, who grew up in Queensbury, N.Y., is living proof. He was picked up late last week by the New...
  • Baseball: How players from Hampton Roads are faring in the majors and minors (updated 7/27)

    Baseball: How players from Hampton Roads are faring in the majors and minors (updated 7/27)
    If you want to see the world and stay up late most nights, a great way to do it is to play pro baseball. Former William and Mary standout Brendan Harris was picked up late this week by the New York Yankees' organization and sent to Triple-A after being...
  • Former Phillie Schneider has no regrets about walking away from game

    As his kids played in the pool and took turns splashing whoever they could, Brian Schneider was armed with tongs and a giant spatula. As the Fourth of July grill master, the Northampton High School graduate, with a cold beer in hand, manned the steaks,...
  • Playing hardball over baseball's antitrust exemption

    Playing hardball over baseball's antitrust exemption
    The great thing about baseball is that it's a mass of imponderables. How can Josh Hamilton be paid $17 million this year and hit .223? Why is a team with a $216-million payroll sitting nearly last in its division? (I'm looking at you, Dodgers.) And: How...
  • Marvin Miller dies at 95; baseball union chief led push for free agency

    Nothing about Marvin Miller seemed feisty or controversial at first glance; the soft-spoken economist was a smallish man with gray hair and a tidy mustache. But as a union leader, it was Miller who took on baseball's establishment in the late 1960s,...
  • Former Phillie Tommy Greene on "Calling All Sports" this morning; appearing in Kutztown this afternoon

     
    Big week for ex-Phillies in town. Larry Bowa, who I found to be quite entertaining during a press conference at Coca-Cola Park, was here on Thursday night and now Tommy Greene will be in the area on Saturday. He will appear with local sports author...
  • A case for Tim Raines and Hall of Fame

     A case for Tim Raines and Hall of Fame
    I don't envy the job the Baseball Writers' Association of America members have in choosing the 2013 Hall of Fame class. This year they must contend with the "steroid ballot" as names such as Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens, Mike Piazza and Sammy Sosa...
  • Briefs: Balester-Conger golf tourney on Monday

    A pair of local professional baseball players, along with Toyota of Huntington Beach, is staging the Collin Balester-Hank Conger Golf Invitational Monday at Seacliff Country Club in Huntington Beach. Both Balester (2004) and Conger (2006) are graduates...
  • Marlins' salary dump shameful

    Marlins' salary dump shameful
    Almost 12 years later, the White Sox finally may have made things right with the Blue Jays for sending them left-hander Mike Sirotka, who hurt his shoulder and never made another big league start after that trade. The Sox were not a party to the joke of...