| Feb 20, 2012
| 9:33 PM
Rose earned all of it, first bumping off Stan Musial and his all-time hits record in the National League, before getting to Cobb. Gioiosa was there that night, too, after driving 440 miles the night before from Cleveland to Philadelphia....
| Jun 23, 2012
| 9:25 PM
If you're wondering just how much respect Jim Thome's teammates have for him, this just about says it all. After Thome hit a pinch-hit, walk-off home run in the bottom of the ninth inning that gave the Phillies a 7-6......
| Jul 11, 2012
Oh, that voice! It comes out of the TV, it comes out of the radio, it comes out of the man sitting across from me in the cafe behind the press box at Dodger Stadium. Courtly and indefatigable, Vin Scully has been calling Dodger games since Harry Truman...
| Jun 5, 2011
An American Life
Ballantine/ESPN Books: 397 pp., $26.00
Here is a theory I have: There are three kinds of baseball players — the Good, the Great and the Gods. In the first category is everybody who made it to the...
| Feb 15, 2012
| 5:05 PM
No. 3 Rangers: 28th in a series counting down to spring training. Next: Yankees.
One pitch away from a World Series parade in October. Tens of thousands to go in February, and that doesn't count those thrown on the back fields and in the batting cages....
| Aug 26, 2011
| 8:32 PM
KY3 Anchor Ethan Forhetz had the honor of throwing out the ceremonial first pitch at the Springfield Cardinals Game Thursday night. You'll see in the video his aim was off (more than a little) but his heart was in the right place.
Ethan was chosen to...
| Oct 28, 2011
| 12:43 AM
ST. LOUIS (AP) — By the time David Freese stomped on home plate Game 6 had already been stamped among the greatest thrillers in baseball history.
Twice down to their last strike, the St. Louis Cardinals somehow rallied.
And when Freese completed a...
| Nov 3, 2011
| 10:23 PM
I woke up Saturday morning from a fitful sleep.
I should have slept soundly, but my body and mind hadn't yet absorbed a new reality: My beloved St. Louis Cardinals, an imperfect but tenacious bunch who embodied the spirit of team play, overcame a Mt....
| Nov 5, 2011
It was lunchtime at Nardi Breads Inc., but no one was thinking about eating in the dark, cold cavernous commercial bakery — not on the seventh day without power, the seventh day of wondering how the 103-year old business would survive.
| May 22, 2011
From Refugee Camp to Poker Champ
Jerry Yang with Mark Tabb
Yang's memoir of becoming a world-class poker champion starts with his family, along with thousands of other Hmong, fleeing their Laotian homeland during the Vietnam...
| Nov 29, 2008
Major donor to university
Alma Pearson, 96, a major donor to California Lutheran University projects including the library that bears her name at the Thousand Oaks campus, died Nov. 21 in Santa Barbara, the university announced.
| Mar 23, 2008
It seemed like the worst kind of trade, one that favored neither team, a deal best left in the small print on the transactions page.
A half century ago, the Dodgers sent Gino Cimoli to the St. Louis Cardinals for Wally Moon, an exchange of outfielders,...