Baseball’s become a game fascinated by the long ball.
Coronado senior Chandler Blanchard got roughed up in his first state tournament start Thursday.
A bigger, stronger Bryce Harper showed up for spring training. He looked fit to be a middle-of-the-lineup hitter for the Washington Nationals, and the numbers show he’s playing the part.
They once gave Pete Reiser last rites at the ballpark. It must have been after one of the 11 times he was carried off a baseball field on a stretcher. Just brought a priest to his side and had the sacrament administered by a man of the cloth.
Damn the rule about impartial journalism.
It’s official: the Las Vegas 51s have new local owners.
Take heart, baseball fans. Expanded instant replay is on its way, though it might not be the game changer the sport needs.
On top of all the tools that have made Jurickson Profar baseball’s No. 1 prospect — as rated by Baseball America and mlb.com — the Round Rock shortstop also appears to be a fast healer.
I no longer have a telephone at the office. I have a telephone line. I’m like Jeff Lynne from Electric Light Orchestra.
When Spring Valley’s Dylan Drachler took the mound on opening day this season, the highly touted baseball pitcher had reservations about his freshman batterymate.