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Mariano Rivera is just “This new guy we got.”avatar

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It was hilarious. New York Yankees’ Manager Joe Girardi tells the umpire that Mariano Rivera will attempt to close out the American League Championship Series opening game against visiting Los Angeles Angels on Friday.       “Rivera,” says Girardi. And the ump says, “Who?” And Girardi responds, “This new guy we got.” And the ump responds, “Up [...]

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October 17th, 2009 at 12:40 pm

Visalia Blue headed to Cal Ripken World Seriesavatar

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  Be sure to check out the two galleries of the Cal Ripken Regionals! I’m told by production the galleries will be up Wednesday afternoon.    By DANIEL CASAREZ RAISIN CITY, California —  The 12-year-olds on the Visalia Blue baseball team are headed to Winchester, Massachusetts for the Cal Ripken World Series.  The Blue defeated Carbon of [...]

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August 4th, 2009 at 9:10 pm

Visalia Blue kicks it up in Cal Ripkin Regionalsavatar

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Be sure to check out the photo gallery of the Pac-So-West Cal Ripken Regionals. Go to Inside/Adentro, then Galleries. RAISIN CITY - Blake McCowan pumped his fist on nearly every pitch he threw in the final inning against a very tough and determined Guam team in a 7-6 victory to reach the semis of the Cal Ripkin 12-year-old Pacific [...]

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July 30th, 2009 at 4:39 pm

MLB in the Olympics? Not likely vs. MLB union.avatar

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Did you know that the players’ union in Major League Baseball is one of the strongest in the nation? Even before former AL MVP and now outcast among MLB players, Jose Canseco, came out with his book about the steroids controversy, the union had no REAL detection device against performance-enhancing drugs. Some say the abuse was [...]

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April 13th, 2009 at 8:35 pm

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Ichiro, Japan is just damn good. Good luck in Seattle.avatar

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They did it again. There’s only been two World Baseball Classics … and Japan’s won them both. Ichiro Suzuki of the Seattle Mariners (MLB) earned Japan the WBC trophy after his 10th-inning hit brought in two runs for the 5-3 victory against South Korea. By the way the Mariners finished dead last in the West last season [...]

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March 25th, 2009 at 11:43 pm

Down, but not out in Miami: Team USA is in WBC Semisavatar

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Team USA was very close to chalking up another World Baseball Classic in Tuesday night’s thrilling comeback against Puerto Rico in Miami.  David Wright’s two-run smackdown in the ninth lifted Team USA to the eventual 6-5 victory in the nearly 4-hour game.  It was the New York Mets’ third baseman that prompted fans of the red, white and blue to chant [...]

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March 18th, 2009 at 2:05 pm

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