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  • Tigers 8, White Sox 4

    The Sports Xchange By Brian Hedger, The Sports Xchange Tigers 8, White Sox 4 CHICAGO -- The Detroit Tigers won a matchup of rookie starters making their major league debuts Saturday night at U.S. Cellular Field. They also won the game, 8-4, against...
  • 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...
  • Day Trips from the Lehigh Valley

    Day Trips from the Lehigh Valley
    DAY TRIPPIN' •Philadelphia, city murals, Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, Reading Terminal Market, Sept. 18. $72. Downton Abbey Costume Exhibit, Winterthur Museum, Oct. 15. $65. "Crazy for You," Dutch Apple Theatre, lunch, Oct. 16. $95....
  • Jim Thome had more than a statue to celebrate � officially announced he's retiring an Indian

    CLEVELAND Jim Thome slipped in a couple surprises in on the day his statue was unveiled at Progressive Field as if the exciting day needed any more fanfare. After pulling off the red drape that covered the towering statue, Thome stood a few feet away...
  • Thinning the Baseball Hall of Fame herd: 94 who should NOT be in

    Thinning the Baseball Hall of Fame herd: 94 who should NOT be in
    Greg Maddux, Tom Glavine, Frank Thomas, Tony La Russa, Joe Torre and Bobby Cox will be inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame on Sunday, pushing membership to 306. There are 74 pitchers, 17 catchers, 21 first basemen, 20 second basemen, 15 third...
  • Chicago ties bind the mayor of Cooperstown

    Chicago ties bind the mayor of Cooperstown
    COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. — Several years ago, Karen Katz walked into her son's parent-teacher day at his preschool in Lincolnshire expecting to have a conversation about 4-year-old Joey. But when Katz introduced herself as Joey's mom, she got a...
  • Letters: Something's still a little off with Dodgers

    Letters: Something's still a little off with Dodgers
    In trying to make some sense out of the Dodgers' TV shame, Bill Dwyre suggested that fans could at least simulcast Vin Scully during the locally televised Freeway Series. But that's just another fool's errand. You can't simulcast anymore, what with...
  • Sports Line: Giants trade for Peavy

    The San Francisco Giants boosted their rotation for the stretch run by acquiring right-hander Jake Peavy from the Boston Red Sox on Saturday for a pair of minor league pitchers. The 2007 NL Cy Young Award winner will start Sunday night's series finale...
  • Rebuttal: Why Don Drysdale belongs in the Baseball Hall of Fame

    What a thrill it was (for five seconds) to see Don Drysdale’s picture on the cover of Sunday’s sports section. One of our own, a legendary Dodger, No. 53, was front-page news again. It was a thrill until flipping over the fold —...
  • Spanish sportscasters make impact in S. Florida

    Those who tune in to the Miami Heat only in English may be unaware that Eric Reid has a bookend in longevity. Jose Paneda has been calling the games on the team's Spanish radio broadcasts since the franchise' second season. To a sizable segment of the...
  • A's run win streak against Twins to 12

    The Sports Xchange By Eric Gilmore, The Sports Xchange A's run win streak against Twins to 12 OAKLAND, Calif. -- The Oakland A's took an 11-game winning streak against the Minnesota Twins into Saturday night's matchup. The A's had veteran right-hander...
  • Burglar who stole Hank Aaron's baseball rings sentenced to prison

    Burglar who stole Hank Aaron's baseball rings sentenced to prison
    A man who burglarized the Atlanta home of baseball legend Hank Aaron and stole "priceless" rings destined for the Baseball Hall of Fame has been sentenced to eight years in prison and 42 years on probation. Isiah Slaton, 24, pleaded guilty late Monday...