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Yoann Offredo: French cyclist 'assaulted with baseball bat & box cutter'

French cyclist Yoann Offredo says he suffered a broken nose in an assault by attackers who used a box cutter and baseball bat while on a training ride. The 30-year-old posted pictures of himself on his Facebook account with a ...

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Greatest baseball mouth moments after Yankees, Mets dip ban

Charles Krupa/AP Boston Red Sox’s Jonny Gomes with a solid spit. Whether it was his dramatic display of dip that propelled his team to victory, that is for history to decide. One week into the chewing tobacco ban at Yankees ...

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Harper: With baseball celebrations, no Wright or wrong

Patrick McDermott/Getty Images Nationals OF Bryce Harper is one of the big personalities in baseball and the MVP says the game shouldn’t frown upon displayed emotions, a notion that Mets 3B David Wright gets. PORT ST. LUCIE — There’s a ...

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Goose Gossage goes off on Yoenis Cespedes, baseball 'nerds'

Richard Drew/AP Former New York Yankees closer Goose Gossage, right, despite being known for his strong personality, said players like Jose Bautista and Yoenis Cespedes are an embarrassment. PORT ST. LUCIE — Yoenis Cespedes and Blue Jays slugger Jose Bautista ...

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New Savannah baseball team letting fans vote on team name

Keith Srakocic/AP The new Coastal Plain League team could be the Savannah Bananas. Now batting, the Savannah Bananas. The future of the new Savannah baseball team is in your hands. Or, at least, their name is. The new Coastal Plain ...

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Baseball broadcaster Vin Scully sums up D-Day 71 years later

Leave it to the National Game’s most revered broadcaster to evoke one of the nation’s proudest memories. Hall of Fame play-by-play man Vin Scully eulogized the Allied troops who stormed the Nazis at Normandy exactly 71 years ago on Saturday ...

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Baseball broadcaster Vin Scully sums up D-Day 71 years later

Leave it to the National Game’s most revered broadcaster to evoke one of the nation’s proudest memories. Hall of Fame play-by-play man Vin Scully eulogized the Allied troops who stormed the Nazis at Normandy exactly 71 years ago on Saturday ...

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Madden: It's been one wild and crazy 2015 in baseball

Welcome to the imperfect season. There is an old baseball adage that you can’t get a true gauge on your team until June 15 or thereabouts, when a third of the schedule has been played. But as we passed the ...

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Korean baseball player’s bat flip puts Junior Lake to shame

Wilfredo Lee/AP Junior Lake hushes the Marlins, who will not remain silent. Wilfredo Lee/AP The benches clear in Chicago after Junior Lake pimps a home run. Previous Next Enlarge If this guy was batting for the Cubs instead of Junior ...

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GW & Wesley win city baseball championship

It could be a sign of things to come. Wesley Rodriguez, the George Washington pitching sensation who has caught national attention with his mid-90’s fastball, was pitching under the lights at Yankee Stadium. With the bases loaded and two outs, ...

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