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And Now For Our Weather Report

THE SKY IS BLUE. The sun is shining. And I haven’t the foggiest idea of what to put into today’s blog posting. It is 76 degrees outside, so a warm front must have come through, but because St. 533 more words


Peterson catch something to see

Since arriving in Atlanta in the trade for Justin Upton, former Padres top prospect Jace Peterson has been shuffled in and out of the Braves lineup. 93 more words

Youth to Majors, fewer African-Americans are playing baseball

Ernie Richardson grew up playing baseball in Mount Vernon and now serves as Mount Vernon High’s varsity baseball coach.

“Growing up, you’d see kids playing baseball in the street. 1,820 more words


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I hope everyone had a great Memorial Day weekend. We spent the weekend traveling (more on that trip later), and I’m now officially on my last week of maternity leave. 88 more words

Happy Littles

Travis d'Arnaud possibly to return next week

According to ESPN.com:

Travis d’Arnaud is scheduled to participate in an extended spring training game on Tuesday with the hope that he can return to the lineup as soon as early next week.

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Biggest winner: Wadsworth Grizzlies varsity baseball team

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WADSWORTH — The “biggest winner” in local sports for Tuesday, May 26, 2015 is the Grizzlies varsity baseball team. 73 more words


With 5 Teams In NCAAs, Cold-Weather Big Ten Baseball Hot Now

ERIC OLSON, AP Sports Writer

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — As usual, the SEC, ACC and Pac-12 had the most teams make the NCAA baseball tournament. Right behind those warm-weather conferences, though, was the Big Ten, a league that not long ago was an afterthought on selection day. 795 more words