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  • Controversy Over Dallas Braden's Gear

    Controversy Over Dallas Braden's Gear
    Dallas Braden may have pitched the 19th perfect game in major league history on Sunday, but a fight over the memorabilia has pitted Stockton against Cooperstown. In the moments after throwing that perfect game, the Oakland A's pitcher surprised Tom...
  • Stockton Ports And City Officials Honor Oakland A's Dallas Braden

    Stockton Ports And City Officials Honor Oakland A's Dallas Braden
    On a blustery May evening, the celebration of Dallas Braden's perfect game landed at Banner Island Ballpark in Stockton - home of the Ports and his old turf. Dallas, Stockton's unofficial ambassador has found himself once again defending his beloved...
  • Ex-Cub Sammy Sosa to announce retirement soon, 'calmly wait' for induction into Hall of Fame

    Former Cubs outfielder Sammy Sosa said Wednesday that he will soon announce his formal retirement from baseball and that he will not allow his legacy to be stained by steroid-use accusations, accoridng to a report by ESPNdeportes.com. "Everything I...
  • Former Rock Cats Would Help Red Sox Win In 2004

    Former Rock Cats Would Help Red Sox Win In 2004
    David Ortiz, Torii Hunter, Corey Koskie and Doug Mientkiewicz were teammates in New Britain in 1997 for the Rock Cats. The fans might have seen something special in each player, might have known each would make it to the major leagues. But no one could...
  • Baseball team taps into Phish euphoria

    A local 11-and-under baseball team has found a way to tap into the excitement surrounding this weekend's Phish reunion at Hampton Coliseum. The Hampton-based Peninsula Pilots — or more precisely the parents and friends of the Pilots— will...
  • Newport Bat Rays making memories

    The Newport Beach Bat Rays under-12 team is in Cooperstown, N.Y., where they are competing at the American Youth Baseball Hall of Fame Invitational Tournament. Since Sunday, the Bat Rays have a played twice each day, compiling a record of 4-2 through...
  • Youth Scene: Bat Rays finish strong in NY

    The Newport Beach Bat Rays under-12 team returned home after playing a week in the American Youth Baseball Hall of Fame Invitational Tournament in Cooperstown, NY. Coached by Dave Bock, Jeff Gardner, and Mike Menzia, the players and their families...
  • Vin Scully Will Return To Dodger Broadcast Booth

    Vin Scully Will Return To Dodger Broadcast Booth
    LOS ANGELES -- The Los Angeles Dodgers today announced that Hall of Fame broadcaster Vin Scully will return to the broadcast booth for an unprecedented 62nd season, calling all Dodger home games and those road games against National League West Division...
  • Frozen Rope Spartans

    Frozen Rope Spartans
    Tonight we introduced you to the Frozen Ropes Spartans, a talented team of 12 year-old baseball players. The guys have been selected to go to Cooperstown's Dreams Park and compete in the American Youth Baseball Hall of Fame Invitational Tournament. The...
  • Viewing Of Ernie Harwell At Comerica Park

    Viewing Of Ernie Harwell At Comerica Park
    Fans are getting a chance to say farewell to Ernie Harwell at Comerica Park The longtime play-by-play man for the Detroit Tigers died Tuesday night. He was 92. Gates opened at the ballpark in Detroit at 7 a.m., and the beloved Hall of Fame broadcaster...
  • Robin Roberts Dead

    Robin Roberts Dead
    Robin Roberts, former Philadelphia Phillies pitcher, has died. Robin Roberts was a member of the fabled 1950 Philadelphia Phillies "Whiz Kids" World Series Team. The right handed pitcher won 286 games in his major league career and was inducted to the...
  • Hall of Fame Highway

    Maybe there's something in the soil. Maybe there's a wrinkle in the Earth's gravitational fields. Maybe it's the roadway itself, somehow cosmically attractive. Whatever the reason, I-90, wending its 1,000-mile way between Chicago and Boston, traverses...