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  • A day Santo surely would have cherished

    A day Santo surely would have cherished
    In one of baseball's sweetest traditions, Stan Musial would play "Take Me Out to the Ball Game" on his harmonica for the so-called seventh-inning stretch of baseball's Hall of Fame induction ceremony. Johnny Bench has stepped in for the 91-year-old...
  • Dodgers' Tommy Lasorda Released From Hospitalized

    Dodgers' Tommy Lasorda Released From Hospitalized
    NEW YORK -- Los Angeles Dodgers legend Tommy Lasorda has been released from a New York hospital after suffering a heart attack on Monday. Lasorda will likely stay in New York for a couple days to recuperate before heading home to Los Angeles. The 84-...
  • Etching Negro League names in stone

    Etching Negro League names in stone
    Armed with a yellow bucket filled with cleaning supplies, Jeremy Krock made his way toward the grave of John Donaldson, who was interred at Burr Oak Cemetery more than 40 years ago. Krock, 53, an anesthesiologist from Peoria, spruces up Donaldson's grave...
  • Baseball tours are a hit with fans

    Baseball tours are a hit with fans
    "Road trip!" The phrase tugs at the heartstrings of all dedicated baseball fans. It ignites a desire to see the home nine do battle on rival turf or, at the very least, a chance to check out other stadiums and confirm what they already know ("It was OK...
  • "She Loved Baseball: The Effa Manley story" by Audrey Vernick

    "She Loved Baseball: The Effa Manley story" by Audrey Vernick
    "She Loved Baseball: The Effa Manley Story" By Audrey Vernick, illustrated by Don Tate HarperCollins, $16.99, ages 6-9 Effa Manley was the first and only woman to be elected into the National Baseball Hall of Fame. Her category is listed as "Executive,"...
  • Today, the mic is all theirs

     Today, the mic is all theirs
    Ron Santo will enter the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, N.Y., on Sunday for his accomplishments on the field. But the Ron Santo we knew and loved in Chicago was more than a legendary third baseman. He also was a broadcaster, humanitarian, Cubs...
  • Book review: 'The Last Boy' by Jane Leavy

    Book review: 'The Last Boy' by Jane Leavy
    The Last Boy Mickey Mantle and the End of America's Childhood Jane Leavy Harper: 456 pp., $27.99 As a young girl growing up in the Bronx, Jane Leavy was enthralled not only by Mickey Mantle's amazing ability — at his best, he was as great as any...
  • BUMP ADDED TO CARAVAN GUEST LIST ...

     
    Newly re-signed pitcher Nate Bump has been added to the guest list for the upcoming Phillies Winter Banquet at De Sales University on Jan. 26. Bump has pitched the last two seasons for the IronPigs, earning a spot on the International League's mid-...
  • Disney family, Peter O'Malley consider joint Dodgers bid

     
    Peter O'Malley and Stanley Gold recently met to discuss whether the family of the former Dodgers owner and the family of the late Roy Disney might join forces in bidding for the Dodgers. The meeting was confirmed by a person......
  • Phillies continue to prove their popularity

     
    Even more proof exists as to how popular the Phillies are. On the MLB Network's first-ever game show, "Baseball IQ," which premieres Tuesday at 9 p.m., creators and producers could have picked any two teams to focus on, and they......
  • Chauncey Billups and the 'Clippers Curse'? That's mumbo jumbo

     
    After Chauncey Billups' injury, the Internet was abuzz with talk of the "Clippers Curse." One problem. There is no Clippers Curse....
  • Hall of Fame catcher Gary Carter dies at 57

     
    Hall of Fame catcher Gary Carter, whose single for the New York Mets in Game 6 of the 1986 World Series led to perhaps the most famous comeback in baseball history, died Thursday. He was 57. Carter was diagnosed with......