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  • Missouri Fans Rally Lawmakers to Commemorate Buck O'Neill With Special Day

    Missouri Fans Rally Lawmakers to Commemorate Buck O'Neill With Special Day
    There was no shortage of support at a House of Representatives hearing this week to consider declaring a Buck O’Neil Day in Missouri, to honor Major League Baseball’s first African-American coach. But the chairman of the House Tourism and...
  • Harris' many sides

    When Charles Harris says, "I've lived a couple different lives," he's probably selling himself short by a few lives, more or less. There's the Charles Harris who lived in Chicago until age 11, moved to the Bay Area where he went to high school before...
  • Giants' World Champs Trophy Stops in Sacramento

    Giants' World Champs Trophy Stops in Sacramento
    Thousands of people stood in line for hours in Sacramento for a chance to take a photo with the MLB's top trophy. The San Francisco Giants are sharing their World Champions Trophy with Giants fans all over the state leading up to the 2011 baseball...
  • Former big league pitcher Wayne Gomes will receive ODU's Bud Metheny Award

    Former major league relief pitcher and Old Dominion hall of fame inductee Wayne Gomes will be the 34th recipient of the Bud Metheny Award at a banquet on Jan. 21. The annual award, named for the College Baseball Hall of Fame coach who won 423 games in 32...
  • Andy Pettitte announces retirement

    Andy Pettitte announces retirement
    Lefty pitcher Andy Pettitte will announce his retirement from professional baseball tomorrow morning in a press conference at Yankee Stadium. The news is not entirely unexpected. Yankees general manager Brian Cashman had recently indicated that Pettitte...
  • Tuesday's local college roundup: Spiders hire former Virginia Tech assistant to coach tight ends; U.Va. to honor late lacrosse player

    Former Virginia Tech football assistant coach Zac Lowe was hired as Richmond’s tight-ends coach. Lowe played center and guard for the Hokies and spent the last four seasons on Frank Beamer’s staff in Blacksburg. WOMEN'S LACROSSE Virginia will...
  • Keith Moreland named WGN Radio Cubs analyst

    Keith Moreland named WGN Radio Cubs analyst
    WGN Radio and the Chicago Cubs today announced former Cub and veteran broadcaster Keith Moreland has been named color analyst for the Chicago Cubs radio broadcasts. Moreland will join play-by-play broadcaster Pat Hughes in the Cubs radio booth starting...
  • Tommy Lasorda Hospitalized After Heart Attack

    Tommy Lasorda Hospitalized After Heart Attack
    Hall of Fame manager Tommy Lasorda, 84, suffered a heart attack Monday while in New York, according to the Los Angeles Dodgers. The Hall of Fame manager Tommy Lasorda was taken to New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University Medical Center for...
  • Fast start sends Western past Brebeuf for 3A title

    Fast start sends Western past Brebeuf for 3A title
    Baseball is a game of time and only the patient survive. Physical tools are necessary to succeed without a doubt, but the mental strength to fail and continue persistently often defines the best players. Similarly, managers and coaches must show patience...
  • The 15 Worst Sports Scandals of All-Time

    The 15 Worst Sports Scandals of All-Time
    Make sure to vote in our poll and check out the photo gallery.                                The 15 Worst Sports Scandals of All-Time 15. Tour De Dope- Doping scandals and cycling are nothing new. In fact one can be go back as far as 1886 to find...
  • Blue Wave boys bound for Cooperstown

    Where the bronze busts of legendary baseball players reside in the National Baseball Hall of Fame, a team of baseball players from the Newport Beach area are competing in a national tournament. The Blue Wave won four straight games, giving them strong...
  • Rice baseball legend to enter college baseball hall of fame

    Rice baseball legend to enter college baseball hall of fame
    For over 20 years, Rice head baseball coach Wayne Graham has been riding the lane of success. "Legendary coach," Michael Ratterree, a Rice junior on the baseball team, said. "[He has] great respect around the country." "There's no one who loves the game...