The National League Division Series between the Los Angeles Dodgers and the New York Mets continues today with Game 3. Here's all you need to know if you want to catch the game.
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Forget the Billy Goat Curse and Steve Bartman. If the Cubs lose in the playoffs this season, don't be thunderstruck if Chicago fans blame it on the Curse of AC/DC.
Yogi Berra, a Hall of Fame catcher for the New York Yankees and one of baseball's most well-known players, has died, Major League Baseball said on Tuesday. He was 90 years old.
People always enjoy stories about a guy spending a lot of time in the minor leagues, paying serious dues and whatnot, before he breaks into the majors. Especially if he does something in the majors.
A few weeks ago I heard from Mike Bryant, father of Chicago Cubs slugger Kris Bryant, the player soon to be named National League Rookie of the Year. It might have been in July, when his son was scuffling.
Chicago Cubs rookie third baseman Kris Bryant has quickly become one of the most popular players in baseball. However, the Las Vegan's name is still much more recognizable to casual fans than his face.
The New York Mets said the team will stop featuring players on the kiss cam after some fans complained the stunt was homophobic.
Ever wondered what it's like to be standing inside the batter's box in the big leagues? Well, here's your chance.
Boston designated hitter David Ortiz on Saturday became the 27th player in major league history to hit 500 home runs.
Detroit Tigers manager Brad Ausmus is expected to be fired by owner Mike Ilitch after the season, according to multiple reports.
Nationals manager Matt Williams had a rough night Tuesday, when after watching his team blow a 7-1 lead in an 8-7 loss to the National League East-leading Mets he also was booed at his postgame news conference.
Las Vegan Kris Bryant belted the longest home run in the big leagues this season Sunday, when the Chicago Cubs rookie third baseman's blast hit high off the scoreboard in left field at Wrigley Field.
It was Labor Day, and game 144 (of 144) of the Pacific Coast League season was played before only a sunbaked smattering of spectators at Cashman Field. You could hear Beer Man Bruce bellow from foul line to foul line.
The 51s season ended Monday, and as the franchise looks to the future it's likely to be one that includes changes. Obviously, there will be roster turnover as players annually come and go.
It's over. The 51s, seeking their third consecutive postseason berth, will be on the outside looking after losing to Tacoma 6-3 on Sunday night before a crowd of 3,923 at Cashman Field.
So this is sports in the Windy City: Just outside Wrigley Field at the corner of Addison and Clark, a short toss from the iconic red marquee over the main entrance to where the Cubs have broken hearts for the better part of 100 years, is a guy who hawks T-shirts.
They may or may not make the postseason, but if the 51s don't, it won't be from a lack of effort.
The 51s had one eye on the scoreboard, but they had plenty of focus to take care of the Tacoma Rainiers, winning 9-4 and moving back into first place in the Pacific Coast League's Pacific South division after El Paso lost to Reno 6-5.
Bryce Harper compiled a historic night for the Washington Nationals on Thursday without ever swinging the bat.
Too many long balls. Too many backward steps. That's how the 51s lost their grip on first place in the Pacific Coast League's Pacific Southern Division after Thursday night's 10-1 loss to El Paso at Cashman Field.
At age 87 and in his 66th season of calling Dodgers baseball games, we're happy to report that Vin Scully still has plenty of life on his fastball.
The line was three people deep outside the Cashman Field box office, and two were typically intelligent Dodgers fans from Oxnard, Calif., searching for a way to make their money last longer than a few hands at the tables. The other person was my Review-Journal colleague, Ron Kantowski.
If there's anything most Las Vegas sports fans can agree upon, it's that Sam Boyd Stadium and Cashman Field stink, and that hopefully there will be places to park at the new hockey arena.