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Baseball writer Hal McCoy could use a ride to Reds games this seasonUpdated Jan 20 Share Tweet
For 41 years, Hal McCoy has been a fixture at Cincinnati Reds games while covering the team for the Dayton Daily News (1972-2009) and his baseball blog The Real McCoy (2009-present). He'd like to keep it that way for a 42nd season, but it sounds like th…
Share TweetSlugger Albert Pujols has taken a lot of grief from some St. Louis Cardinals fans for signing with the Los Angeles Angels. And he'll continue to take it. But that hasn't colored his memories of Stan Musial, whom Pujols always embraced as the living symb…Share TweetReaction to the Cubs' five-year plan to restore Wrigley Field has been positive -- once fans are assured the field itself will not change, the ivy will still be on the outfield walls, and the renovation does not call for a third deck to be added.
Gap exists between Reds, arbitration-eligible playersUpdated Jan 20 Share TweetEven with three different general-manager regimes, the Reds have made it almost an entire decade without going to an arbitration hearing against a player. But this could be the year that bucks the trend.Source: MLB.com
Don Banks: Ravens prove again that, in January, down doesn't always mean o…Jan 20FOXBORO, Mass. -- Like the Giants last year, and the Packers the year before, we didn't really see these Baltimore Ravens coming, did we? But maybe we should have. After all, Super Bowl teams of late aren't always the beauty pageant winners, primping an…
NBA -- What does Sacramento Kings news mean?Jan 20Should these players be on the move before the trade deadline? We debate.
Don Banks: Brotherly love on hold as Harbaughs own Super Bowl XLVII; more …Jan 20FOXBORO, Mass. -- Musings, observations and the occasional insight from another unpredictable NFL championship Sunday...
Sources: Seattle group has deal to buy KingsJan 20The Maloof family that owns the Sacramento Kings has reached a purchase agreement to sell a 65 percent controlling interest in the franchise to a Seattle group led by Chris Hansen and Steve Ballmer, according to league sources.