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  • Predicting how first round of MLB draft might unfold for Orioles

    Predicting how first round of MLB draft might unfold for Orioles
    Baseball’s amateur draft - or first-year-player draft, as MLB likes to call it with no regard to headline writers -- starts at 7 p.m. And the Orioles' pick will be ... LSU’s Kevin Gausman ... Or maybe San Francisco’s Kyle Zimmer. Or,...
  • Steve Pearce sticks it to his former team with 5 RBIs in win over Pirates

    Steve Pearce sticks it to his former team with 5 RBIs in win over Pirates
    Steve Pearce was just hoping to find a new team by mid-June before he had to embark on a 13-game road odyssey with his minor league club. Instead, of busing around the bushes with a Triple-A squad without a home, the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees, Pearce...
  • Oh boy, George!

     
    As we look back on last night’s thrilling, heart-pounding, marathon victory over the Milwaukee Brewers, we should give a special thanks to Bill Hall for falling behind, 0-2, and chasing a fastball over his head with the bases loaded and......
  • U.S. eases constraints on Hopkins

    A federal agency lifted a suspension of human medical research at the Johns Hopkins University yesterday but frustrated school officials by imposing severe restrictions that will likely delay full resumption of research for months. While regulators...
  • Hopkins vows to improve research safety

    Johns Hopkins officials scrambled yesterday to improve safety practices in medical experiments in hopes of persuading a federal agency to lift a suspension of government-funded studies. Hopkins will order additional training for officials who review...
  • U.S. halts Hopkins research

    Seven weeks after the death of a young woman in an asthma study, the federal government suspended human medical experiments at the Johns Hopkins University yesterday because of what regulators characterized as widespread lapses in safety procedures....
  • Pennsylvania deer hunting season starts Monday

    Pennsylvania deer hunting season starts Monday
    It's the most wonderful time of the year for Pennsylvania hunters as they gear up for opening day of deer season.   Black Friday came two days late at Bass Pro Shops in Swatara Township as people stocked up on last-minute hunting gear.   Jeff Winchester...
  • The Top 10 things in Lehigh Valley music to look forward to in 2012

     
    On Monday, Lehigh Valley Music listed the things that made music great in the Valley in 2011. Today, we list the Top 10 things in music we’re looking forward to in 2012. Sands Bethlehem Event Center, planned to open in......
  • Area music venue announces 2012 lineup

     
    Listen Live! Music, the listening-room music venue that opened in Upper Milford Township two years ago and will move to Macungie Institute starting with an open mike this Saturday, has announced its headliner lineup for 2012. Cheryl Wheeler The season.......
  • JAMIE MOYER SIGNS WITH MINOR LEAGUE DEAL WITH BALTIMORE ...

     
    When Colorado designated Jamie Moyer for assignment last week, the Ancient Mariner hoped his baseball career hadn't come to an end at the age of 49. Apparently, it hasn't. Moyer signed a minor league contract with the Baltimore Orioles and will start...
  • Cubs have options among 2012 free agents

     
    We’re on to Phase 3 of the offseason to-do list and it involves acquiring new players and the consideration of moving Starlin Castro to a new position.  Julie Dicaro at A League of Her Own made my job a bit easier by already compiling a list of...
  • Angels' bullpen breaks down in eighth inning of 7-3 loss to Red Sox

     
    The Angels patched together a pretty good bullpen-by-committee effort for seven innings Wednesday, with Scot Shields, Francisco Rodriguez and Rich Thompson combining to give up only three runs against the Boston Red Sox in place of scheduled starter...