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  • A homecoming for Willie

    NEW YORK — Willie Mays sat on the stage of a grade school auditorium on the site of the old Polo Grounds, addressing a room full of attentive kids. A larger-than-life...

  • Adding to their legacy

    KANSAS CITY — The Negro Leagues Baseball Museum (NLBM) has announced its choices for the 2010 Legacy Awards. Since 2000, the NLBM has presented performance awards to players and officials for...

  • Pulling out all the stops

    SAN FRANCISCO — Some of Barry Bonds’ former teammates, along with other retired Major League Baseball players and perhaps current player Jason Giambi, will have to testify at the slugger’s upcoming...

  • A lasting tribute to Tony

    FARGO, N.D. — Twins president Dave St. Peter joined the Caravan on Tuesday night for the leg’s night stop at the Hub in Fargo and he provided updates as to what’s...

  • A showcase for HBCU baseball

    NEW YORK — The Urban Invitational is back for the 2011 season, and for the first time, three Historically Black Colleges and Universities will be showcased. In its fourth year, the...

  • Civil Rights Game to feature Braves, Phillies

    ATLANTA — Long before he became the first African-American to serve as U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, Andrew Young heard what he describes as “a good ol’ boy from south...

  • Just around the corner…..

    NEW YORK — Cliff Lee returns to Florida for Spring Training and Matt Garza moves to an Arizona camp for the first time. Carl Crawford and Jayson Werth will have new...

  • Gwynn feeling better after cancer treatments

    SAN DIEGO — Hall of Famer Tony Gwynn has finished an eight-week regimen of chemotherapy and radiation cancer treatments and is planning to return to his coaching role at San Diego...

  • Larkin hopes to take another step toward Hall

    CINCINNATI — Since the results from his first time on the Baseball Hall of Fame ballot were encouraging, it will be interesting to see if Reds shortstop great Barry Larkin keeps...

  • Compton plays host to Japanese All-Star team

    COMPTON, Calif. — It seems like only yesterday that the Major League Baseball Urban Youth Academy in Compton first opened its doors and pristine fields to the large number of young...

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