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National League East

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  • Phillies to Paint the Town Red with Daily Events, March 26-March 31

      Phillies to Paint the Town Red with Daily Events, March 26-March 31 The Red Phanatic Returns!   With Opening Week just around the corner, the National League East Champion Phillies are getting ready to Paint the Town Red! From March 26 –...
  • Despite hard luck, McCarthy rolling

    GLENDALE — The following are updates on area Major League Baseball players. Brandon McCarthy (Glendale native) starting pitcher, Oakland Athletics: McCarthy continues to justify being handed a rotation spot by the Athletics in spring training with...
  • Series title tops triumphs

    Series title tops triumphs
    GLENDALE — The following are recaps on area athletes who played Major League Baseball during the recently concluded 2010 season. SANCHEZ, GIANTS??? REACH THE PINNACLE??? When the 2010 baseball season began, Freddy Sanchez was making a slow...
  • Yankees, Mets sign pitchers

    Yankees, Mets sign pitchers
    The New York Yankees and New York Mets avoid arbitration by signing several pitchers to one-year deals. The Mets signed right handed pitcher to a one-year contract worth approximately $4 million dollars. Big Pelf made $500,000 last year, going 15-9...
  • Mayor calls on city to support Padres

    Mayor calls on city to support Padres
    Mayor Jerry Sanders Tuesday urged San Diegans to get behind the Padres baseball team for its final two-week push to win the National League West title. "It's truly remarkable this late in September this team is only one-half game out of first place,''...
  • Local's homer big for Giants

    GLENDALE — The following are updates on area Major League Baseball players. Freddy Sanchez (Glendale Community College, 1998) second baseman, San Francisco Giants: Sanchez homered in his first at bat in the first inning on Sunday to get the...
  • 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...
  • Take Me Out to the Ballgame

    Take Me Out to the Ballgame
    We're only a few days away from the start of the 2012 Phillies season and fans of all ages are excited to watch the returning NL East Champs take us all the way to the World Series!
  • 2012 Miami Marlins: Sun Sentinel staff predictions

    The new-look Miami Marlins have a new stadium, new name, new uniforms, new manager in Ozzie Guillen and went on a spending spree that landed key additions shortstop Jose Reyes, starter Mark Buehrle and closer Heath Bell. The Marlins also boast holdovers...
  • Fox baseball guys see potential change in NL East

    Yes, the NHL and NBA playoffs will keep the nation's arenas busy for another couple of months, but the conclusion of the NCAA men's and women's basketball tournaments is a definite signal that it's time to head to the great outdoors. The start of the...
  • Nationals raise expectations

    Nationals raise expectations
    Time must fly if you're Mike Rizzo. Less than three years ago, Rizzo was an interim general manager of the Washington Nationals, charged with getting Scott Boras to sign off on a deal for Stephen Strasburg, the San Diego State ace billed as a once-a-...
  • Baseball Helped A City Heal

    Baseball Helped A City Heal
    — Into the gloom the Yankees players walked, trying to make as quiet and solemn an entrance as they could. They had stopped to visit and offer encouragement to the volunteer workers at the Javits Center, and it seemed comfortable. Now, they were...