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  • Florida Marlins (home) Opening Night tidbits: new song, missing scoreboard and more

     
    Perhaps it was just as well the Florida Marlins??? 2010 home opener was a nighttime affair, given that it reached a steamy 88 degrees this afternoon. Turns out it was the team that asked for the 7:10 p.m. start. ???Two...
  • When will Frank Thomas's Big Hurt Brewhouse open?

    When will Frank Thomas's Big Hurt Brewhouse open?
    The original plan was for Big Hurt Brewhouse – co-owned by White Sox legend and recent Baseball Hall of Fame inductee Frank Thomas – to open in Berwyn in late 2013 or early 2014. Now the goal is to be open for the Bears’ home opener...

    Torre Still Giving Credit To Everyone Else

    Torre Still Giving Credit To Everyone Else
    NEW YORK — When he took over as manager of the Yankees on Nov. 2, 1995, greeted by the blaring tabloid headline "Clueless Joe," and the oft-unreasonable demands of George Steinbrenner, Joe Torre had a choice. No. 2? Or No. 6? "I wanted a single...

    Negro League’s pride, passion on exhibit

    As a baseball junkie coming of age during desegregation, I was blown away when I first saw The Bingo Long Traveling All-Stars & Motor Kings. Though a fictional flick, it painfully echoed the real-life heartbreak of Negro League ballplayers, blessed...

    Defaced Clemente mural reveals a portrait of neglect

    Defaced Clemente mural reveals a portrait of neglect
    The news sucker punched me in 1972. An airplane fell out of the sky and plunged in the water off the coast of Isla Verde, Puerto Rico. Among the lost was No. 21. Suddenly, the 8-year-old wannabe big-leaguer who determined never to drop a fly ball...