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  • MLB Opening Day 2013 TV schedule

     
    MLB Opening Day 2013 TV schedule: The MLB regular season starts Sunday, March 31, with Texas at Houston. ESPN and ESPN2 air four games April 1. Get a FREE MLB TV schedule printable version! Once again, the Hot Stove cooked up an offseason stew of big...
  • Vegas favors a Michigan-Louisville national championship game

     
    It's April Fool's Day, but there's no foolin' around in Vegas where sports wagering is at a feverish pitch with the start of baseball season and the NCAA tournament now down to its Final Four. Vegas likes Michigan, slightly, over Syracuse and Louisville...
  • ESPN Sunday Night Baseball schedule 2013

     
    ESPN Sunday Night Baseball schedule 2013 begins on March 31 with the opening night game between the Texas Rangers and the Houston Astros. ESPN's Sunday Night Baseball has John Kruk moving to the broadcast booth alongside Dan Shulman and Orel Hershiser...
  • 2012 MLB Wild Card playoffs TV schedule

     
    2012 MLB Wild Card playoffs TV schedule has the Cardinals at the Braves and the Orioles at the Rangers Oct. 5 on TBS. If baseball seems even more unpredictable this fall, it’s because MLB planned it that way. MLB fast-tracked an expanded 10-team...
  • Nowhere for Chicago baseball to hide

    Nowhere for Chicago baseball to hide
    First off, some very good news. As of today, there are about 35 days until football preseason games get started. 35 days! That's a walk in the park! Heck, CEOs go on vacation for 35 days! Together, you and I can do this. Because the bad news is...
  • Reds' Baker released from Chicago hospital

    Reds' Baker released from Chicago hospital
    Cincinnati Reds manager Dusty Baker was released from a Chicago hospital on Sunday following four days of treatment for an irregular heartbeat, MLB.com reported. He may be back with the team on Tuesday, but that is not certain. Baker, 63, returned to...
  • Giants oust Reds with historic road sweep

    Giants oust Reds with historic road sweep
    CINCINNATI -- Buster Posey's grand slam punctuated a six- run fifth inning, helping the San Francisco Giants claim a piece of history in a 6-4 decision over the Cincinnati Reds in the fifth and deciding game of a National League Division Series from Great...
  • Forget playing better, Cubs need to trade better

    Forget playing better, Cubs need to trade better
    Cubs manager Dale Sveum and team president Theo Epstein believe the Cubs will take a big step forward this season, and I’m thinking, I guess losing only 90 games would be a big step. Another 100 losses, however, is easily attainable, don’t...
  • Bidding farewell to local arms

    Bidding farewell to local arms
    The following are highlights from the 2012 season for local athletes playing Major League Baseball. ESTRADA MAKES PITCH TO BE STARTER At the onset of the 2012 season, the Milwaukee Brewers seemed to be set on using former Glendale Community College...
  • Marshall traded to Reds for Travis Wood

     
    The offseason rebuilding continues for the Chicago Cubs as they dealt reliable lefty Sean Marshall to the Cincinnati Reds for left-handed reliever Travis Wood and two minor leaguers.  It marks the third move for the new Cubs front office which is...
  • Winter Meetings news: Pujols,Buehrle on the move

     
    It looks like Albert Pujols is a Led Zeppelin fan since he’s “Going to California”.  Pujols agreed to a 10 year, $250-260 million dollar contract with the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim (of the Greater Metropolitan Area of Southern...
  • Power rankings: No. 28 Pirates

    Power rankings: No. 28 Pirates
    No. 28 Pirates: 3rd in a series counting down to spring training. Next: Padres. While it may not be enough to soothe the pain of 19 consecutive losing seasons, Pirates fans at least have someone to blame. That would be Pedro Alvarez, or perhaps Greg...