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BaseballDeRosa undergoes heart procedure
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. - Cubs second baseman Mark DeRosa underwent what the club deemed a successful procedure Thursday in Chicago to correct an irregular heartbeat. He was resting at Northwestern Memorial Hospital following the procedure, performed by D...
Author:JANIE McCAULEYDate:03/25/14Click:3 Full Story »
BaseballBaseball union could OK valid HGH test
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. - Players' union leader Donald Fehr would consider approving blood testing for the human growth hormone if there was a valid, efficient procedure for determining its use over an extended period. Under baseball's collective barg...
Author:DAVID GINSBURGDate:03/25/14Click:2 Full Story »
BaseballClemens leaves Astros camp in Florida
KISSIMMEE, Fla. - Roger Clemens was a no-show when Houston Astros minor leaguers went through their usual drills at spring training on Friday. The Rocket flew home to Houston instead of working with the young prospects for a third straight day, said...
Author:CHRIS DUNCANDate:03/25/14Click:2 Full Story »
BaseballJudge orders redraft of Bonds indictment
SAN FRANCISCO - The release of Barry Bonds' grand jury transcripts made one thing clear: whatever his personal trainer Greg Anderson gave him, he said he didn't pay for it. I never paid Greg for anything, the slugger testified in December 2003. U.S....
Author:PAUL ELIASDate:03/25/14Click:2 Full Story »
BaseballSelig says there's no ban on Barry Bonds
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. - Bud Selig says he isn't trying to keep Barry Bonds out of baseball, and the commissioner told the Houston Astros it's up to them whether to have Roger Clemens in their spring training camp. Selig made the comments in an informal...
Author:BOB BAUMDate:03/25/14Click:2 Full Story »
BaseballDish: Cards' image repair not complete
The latest blow to the Cardinals' once-pristine image -- which has rapidly developed scuff marks since the team won the World Series in 2006 -- came Wednesday, when the club released utility player Scott Spiezio after learning a warrant for his arre...
Author:Gerry FraleyDate:03/25/14Click:2 Full Story »
BaseballA Steinbrenner joining Red Sox Nation?
TAMPA, Fla. - Yankees general partner Hank Steinbrenner knows what he'll do with a Red Sox Nation membership card if John Henry sends him one. I'll give it to the (Yankees) fans and let them handle it, Steinbrenner said Sunday. The fans will probabl...
Author:UnknownDate:03/25/14Click:3 Full Story »
BaseballEx-Tribe catcher discusses steroid past
WINTER HAVEN, Fla. - Overwhelmed with regret and pained by a shortsighted decision he wishes he could take back, Tim Laker began moving away from his tainted past. Laker, a former major league catcher who admitted in the Mitchell Report that he inje...
Author:TOM WITHERSDate:03/25/14Click:3 Full Story »
BaseballMicah Owings misses start with sore arm
TUCSON, Ariz. - Arizona right-hander Micah Owings skipped a scheduled start Monday because of a sore shoulder. Right now I'm just nipping it so I'll be ready to go here shortly, Owings said after he was scratched from his start against Colorado. Owi...
Author:UnknownDate:03/25/14Click:3 Full Story »
BaseballBobby Murcer resting after brain biopsy
KISSIMMEE, Fla. - New York Yankees broadcaster Bobby Murcer was resting in a Houston hospital after undergoing a brain biopsy Monday. Results weren't expected until later in the week. An All-Star outfielder who played 17 seasons in the major leagues...
Author:MIKE FITZPATRICKDate:03/25/14Click:2 Full Story »
BaseballPhils coach Lopes diagnosed with cancer
CLEARWATER, Fla. - Philadelphia first base coach Davey Lopes has been diagnosed with prostate cancer, and Phillies officials said he was expected to make a full recovery. The former Milwaukee Brewers manager will have surgery this month at the Morto...
Author:UnknownDate:03/25/14Click:4 Full Story »
BaseballScott Boras' next big payday: Mark Texeira
Do not fret for uber-agent Scott Boras. He may no longer be on speaking terms with Alex Rodriguez and has taken some broadsides from Gary Sheffield, but Boras will not wither. He will make another big splash next winter with soon-to-be-ex Atlanta Br...
Author:Gerry FraleyDate:03/25/14Click:2 Full Story »
BaseballTribune studying Wrigley naming rights
CHICAGO - Wrigley Field is a shrine of sorts, a top Chicago tourist attraction and haven for baseball fans who revel in its throwback ivy-covered walls while partying and rooting for their Cubbies. There have been changes over the years, some that i...
Author:RICK GANODate:03/25/14Click:2 Full Story »
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