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  • Whitey Lockman dies at 82; ballplayer helped set stage for 'Shot Heard Round the World'

    Whitey Lockman, whose key hit for the New York Giants in the decisive 1951 National League playoff game against the Brooklyn Dodgers set the stage for teammate Bobby Thomson's "Shot Heard Round the World," has died. He was 82. Lockman, of Scottsdale,...
  • Former Mariner Randy Johnson Wins #300

    Former Mariner Randy Johnson Wins #300
    The emotions finally flowed for Randy Johnson when the final out was made. A hug for his son, who was serving as batboy. Hugs for every teammate, plus a really big one for his manager. The game ball presented to his wife as his three daughters beamed...
  • Dodgers' Top Homers Leave Previous Memories

    Dodgers' Top Homers Leave Previous Memories
    LOS ANGELES -- The chills were pure Gibson. The breathlessness was all Finley. In the history of the Dodgers' Hollywood homers, the blast was a little bit of each, lacking the history but equaling the histrionics. Said Dodgers team historian Mark...
  • Mets Fire Tony Bernazard

    Mets Fire Tony Bernazard
    The New York Mets have fired Tony Bernazard, the team's vice president of player development. The news was made official by Mets General Manager Omar Minaya during a press conference at Citi Field Monday afternoon. Bernazard, 52, was terminated on the...
  • This date in Chicago Cubs history

    July 20 1925 -- Brooklyn's Dazzy Vance struck out 17 batters as the Dodgers tripped the Cubs 4-3 in 10 innings. 1933 -- Babe Herman hit three home runs, including a grand slam, to pace the Cubs in a 10-1 rout of the Philadelphia Phillies at Wrigley...
  • Infield of dreams

    The kid wasn't playing every day, and he wasn't even a kid anymore. The Dodgers didn't trust him in the field, so they stuck him on the bench. He had heard the Montreal Expos might play him every day, if only the Dodgers would trade him. So Steve...
  • Gary Carter: still talking . . .

     
    News flash: Gary Carter still is talking . . . This time Monday on XM Satellite Radio, seeking to clarify his controversial remarks on Sirius Satellite Radio Friday regarding the Mets' not-currently-open managerial position. Turns out it was all the......
  • The end of spring training in Fort Lauderdale?

     
    So some politicians and tourism officials aren???t ready to give up on keeping the nearly 50-year-old tradition of spring training at Fort Lauderdale Stadium. But are you? Fort Lauderdale Mayor Jim Naugle, Broward County Mayor Lois Wexler, and Greater...
  • Randolph, Peterson, Nieto all fired

     
    Ken Oberkfell, Dan Warthen, and Luis Aguayo Join Mets Coaching Staff ANAHEIM, Calif., June 17, 2008 ??? The New York Mets today named Jerry Manuel interim manager, replacing Willie Randolph. Manuel, in his fourth season with the Mets, had been......
  • ExxonMobil goes green?

     
    Oh the irony. The Washington Nationals are hosting a ???Conversion Day??? promotion at their new ballpark on Sunday. The concept is not unusual: bring in a piece of gear from any other Major League Baseball team and trade it in......
  • Marlins Stadium Update No. M5

     
    More thoughts and tidbits from the Norman Braman trial targeting financing for the Marlins ballpark: To vote or not to vote: Miami-Dade Circuit Judge Jeri Beth Cohen is clearly very thoughtfully weighing how to apply a Florida Supreme Court ruling......
  • OK, but who's on first?

     
    The Mets just announced that Razor Shines will replace Luis Aguayo as the third-base coach and Randy Niemann takes over for Guy Conti in the bullpen (bye Pedro). Otherwise, Dan Warthen returns as pitching coach, Howard Johnson holds on as......