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PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — Six-figure bids are expected when an auction house sells a rare 148-year-old baseball card that was discovered at a yard sale in rural Maine, the auction house manager said Wednesday. A man found the card by chance in a...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Babe Ruth, Baseball, Sports, Coca-Cola Co.
Can you imagine the Baseball Hall of Fame without the greatest home run hitter in the history of the game? How about the most dominant pitcher of a generation? That's what likely to be the case next year, when Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens join the ballot...
Tags: Concerts, Baseball, Music, Mark McGwire, Steroids
A lasting baseball giant Recently I experienced an act of absolute perfection: Not only did I see the Cubs lose in the ninth, I sat in great seats marveling at the perfection of Wrigley Field's storied legacy — days when Ernie Banks, Billy...
Tags: Barack Obama, Ron Santo, Baseball, Sports, Ernie Banks
Late Ravens owner Art Modell might face an easier path to the Pro Football Hall of Fame if the museum follows through on tentative discussions of putting "contributors" in a different voting pool than players. Modell, who brought pro football back to...
COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. - Roberto Alomar stared at the adoring crowd and was nearly rendered speechless, the tawdry episode of his stellar career long since forgotten. Bert Blyleven, who won his big-league debut at age 19 for the 1970 Minnesota Twins, was...
Steve Rau made his mark as a baseball player at Emmaus High School, the University of Pittsburgh and Muhlenberg College and also in both the Blue Mountain League and Tri-County leagues. Now retired, Rau's still involved in the game. As part-owner of...
Sports WriterRight when his team needed him most, Calexico native Isaiah Carrillo came through in a big way. On “Elimination Thursday” of the American Youth Baseball Hall of Fame tournament, the second-largest travel ball invitational in the nation, the...
The Hog BlogPete Rose -- baseball's all-time hit leader, a member of the Phillies' first World Series champions in 1980, and one of the most controversial figures in baseball history -- will make an appearance at Coca-Cola Park on Father's Day, June 16, to throw...
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The Kansas City Royals said Thursday that George Brett and Pedro Grifol will assume the interim hitting coach and major league special assignment coach roles, respectively, effective immediately. In a corresponding move, the Royals...
The Baseball Hall of Fame ballot was released Wednesday and the list of great players on it is so long that I honestly don't know what I'm going to do with mine when it arrives in the brown envelope from Cooperstown, N.Y. I could frame it. I could return...
The Hog BlogOne of the most select clubs in Philadelphia sports history is managers who have led the Phillies to a World Series title. One's still working. The other will be in Reading Friday night. Dallas Green, who led the 1980 Phillies to a World Series win over...
Jackie Robinson never appears in Brian Golden’s “Cooperstown,” currently enjoying its West Coast premiere at the Road Theatre Company’s shiny new second stage, but the very idea of him is enough to catalyze powerful changes for the...
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