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  • Twins now playing by different rules

    Twins now playing by different rules
    Before they went upscale at Target Field, the word that best described the Twins varied according to whether they made the playoffs. They were efficient in the good years, cheap in the other ones. The cost of everything has soared post-Metrodome,...
  • Your Morning Phil: WBC, Appel, Torre

    Your Morning Phil: WBC, Appel, Torre
    MIAMI – Talking baseball while wondering how badly Tiger Woods blows away the field at Augusta: 1. Nothing against tulips, wooden shoes and Bert Blyleven, but I wish Monday’s 7-6 game in Tokyo had gone the other way. While it’s cool...
  • Harbaugh's winning ways

     Harbaugh's winning ways
    NEW ORLEANS — America looks at Jim Harbaugh and sees one of the NFL's brightest and most charismatic coaches who wears the same black 49ers sweatshirt and hat every day leading up to Super Bowl XLVII. Chicago still sees No. 4. America hears...
  • Time for Emery to shake things up at Halas Hall

    Time for Emery to shake things up at Halas Hall
    DETROIT — Wearing a knotted tie and a focused gaze, Patrick Mannelly looked like a nervous stockbroker staring at the morning ticker as he sat on a folding chair Sunday inside the visiting Bears locker room. A few feet away, fellow Bears veteran...
  • Bears face Urlacher dilemma

    Bears face Urlacher dilemma
    When the Bears line up to play the Vikings at the Metrodome, they may be getting a look into the 2013 season. They will be without Brian Urlacher, who has a hamstring pull. And being without him next season is a possibility. The 34-year-old...
  • Smith's tenure at crossroads

     Smith's tenure at crossroads
    Suspense surrounded Halas Hall last year over who would take the fall for the Bears squandering a 7-3 start and missing the playoffs. Who besides Mike Martz, that is, because in retrospect we practically blamed Martz for everything from causing too many...
  • Bears' season going to pieces

    Bears' season going to pieces
    MINNEAPOLIS — In a telling fit of frustration appropriate for Sunday's 21-14 loss to the Vikings, Bears wide receiver Devin Hester followed up a failed late fourth-down conversion by throwing his helmet against the turf of Mall of America Field....
  • If Bears want to keep Urlacher, they better win without him

    If Bears want to keep Urlacher, they better win without him
    Nothing signaled a Bears season suddenly gone askew Wednesday more than reporters surrounding backup linebackers Geno Hayes and Dom DeCicco, who both are closer to becoming potential answers to a trivia question than making a major impact. What two...
  • Difference in baseball is striking

     Difference in baseball is striking
    Javier Baez is considered widely to be the best prospect in the Cubs' farm system. His counterpart for the White Sox is Courtney Hawkins. Baez, a 20-year-old shortstop, and Hawkins, a 19-year-old center fielder, both have tremendous hitting skills. They...
  • Oakton looks for long stretch in the playoffs

     
    In February, Oakton Community College’s baseball team opened its spring season with three games in the Metrodome – the Minnesota Twins’ former home. In March, …...
  • Inside the BRD: Poquoson shortstop Chase Pinder has offer from Hokies, interest from other D-I programs

    With plenty of interest already, Poquoson High shortstop Chase Pinder, only a rising junior, seems certain to add to the growing list of Bay Rivers District baseball players in Division I. Todd Goodson, a coach with the EvoShield Canes, says that Pinder...
  • Video coordinators crucial to baseball's instant replay challenge process

    Sean Harlin has lived a nice, serene existence for nearly a decade now, a comfy chair in a dark room with a ballgame on the TV in front of him. His job has been sort of quasi-librarian, cataloguing every pitch, every swing, every inning of every Twins...