- Major League BaseballMay 25 01:41 PM
With Orioles lefty Brian Matusz getting an eight-game suspension for having a foreign substance on his arm, Red Sox manager John Farrell thinks that Major League Baseball should consider authorizing a substance pitchers can use to get a better grip on the ball.
- New Hampshire Union LeaderMay 29 02:52 PM
Sixty-five years after he was declared dead, POW Army Cpl. Elmer Richard will be honored next week after his remains were positively identified and are being returned to Exeter.
- Bleacher ReportMay 28 09:39 AM
December of 1997, Orlando "El Duque" Hernandez found himself stranded on a nameless rock in the middle of the sea. Fourteen years later, Yasiel Puig found himself in an anonymous hotel room , staring at a gun held by an alleged member of Los Zetas, a notorious Mexican drug cartel. And then there's Cuba's latest great athletic export: Yoan Moncada, a 19-year old uber-prospect who suddenly ...
- Big League Stew via Yahoo! SportsMay 26 07:59 AM
In light of the two recent pitcher suspensions for using a foreign substance on the mound, Farrell would like to see the rules relaxed.
- New England Sports NetworkMay 25 02:33 PM
John Farrell thinks Major League Baseball needs to write down one of its unwritten rules. After...
- New York YankeesMay 30 01:43 AM
The Yankees are sitting atop the American League East. The position, however, is precarious. And they know it. It is as apparent as the way they have welcomed Masahiro Tanaka back to the rotation, confirming Friday that the 26-year-old right-hander will come off the disabled list and start Wednesday in Seattle.
- CBS SportsMay 25 11:52 AM
Farrell: Gripping stuff should be OK for pitchers
- Everett HeraldMay 16 12:19 AM
SEATTLE — There’s often nothing so complicated as a simple truth. Asked what his club must do to be more productive with runners in scoring position, Seattle Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon shot back: “Get more hits!”
- Business Insider via Yahoo! FinanceMay 05 04:10 AM
Here is what you need to know. The Reserve...
- Erie Times-NewsMay 04 09:10 PM
The Avengers are mighty, but not enough to beat themselves. The Marvel and Disney sequel earned a staggering 187.7 million in its debut weekend, making it the second biggest U.S. opening of all time.
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