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  • 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...
  • Dodgers' Tim Wallach named to Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame

    Dodgers' Tim Wallach named to Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame
    Interesting off-season for Tim Wallach. First, he’s moved from his position as the Dodgers' third base coach to Manager Don Mattingly’s bench coach, and now he’s been named to the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame. This begs two...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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,...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • All-Star Larry Parrish Is New Whitecaps Manager

    All-Star Larry Parrish Is New Whitecaps Manager
    Larry Parrish, a major league all-star for Montreal and Texas, is the new manager of the West Michigan Whitecaps, the team announced Tuesday. Parrish has all-star seasons with the Montreal Expos in 1979 and the Texas Rangers in 1987. He comes to Grand...
  • Gary Carter dies at 57; baseball Hall of Famer

    Gary Carter, a Hall of Fame catcher from Fullerton who helped lift the New York Mets to a dramatic victory over the Boston Red Sox in the 1986 World Series, died Thursday in Florida. He was 57 and had brain cancer. Nicknamed "Kid" for his grit and...
  • Hideki Irabu dies at 42; former Yankee pitcher

    Hideki Irabu, a star Japanese pitcher who struggled to achieve comparable success in the United States, was found dead Wednesday in his Rancho Palos Verdes home. He was 42. Authorities are investigating his death "as an apparent suicide and hanging,"...
  • Cancer-stricken Gary Carter lights up stadium at PBAC season-opener

    Cancer-stricken Gary Carter lights up stadium at PBAC season-opener
    The Palm Beach Post was on hand as Hall of Famer Gary Carter, stricken with brain cancer, visited the Palm Beach Atlantic college season opener on Thursday night. Carter, who starred as a catcher mostly with the Montreal Expos and New York Mets, was also...