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World Baseball Classic flawed in concept, timing

I’ll admit that watching baseball late at night from Taiwan interested me, if only for an inning or so. Not so much for the product on the field, which was minor league at best, but for the fans banging their thundersticks together in synchronized precision.

Don’t sleep on noisy Japanese in WBC

It was the wee hours of the morning when I woke, on the couch, to the sound of trumpets and a somewhat familiar voice, which sounded like Rich Waltz, the former Las Vegas Stars broadcaster. A half-empty box of Chicken in a Biskit crackers and a nozzled can totally devoid of aerosol cheese were on the coffee table. Bacon-flavored.

Marlins’ Loria could be sports’ worst owner ever

When Los Angeles Lakers owner Jerry Buss died last week, it didn’t take long for the conversation to turn to his place among the best owners in the history of sports.

Piazza’s book honest — about his pettiness

A danger always looms when a former athlete sits himself down, pen in hand, and bares his soul.

CSN baseball sweeps Canadian squad

The College of Southern Nevada scored all five of its runs in the first two innings to complete a three-game sweep of Prairie Baseball Academy, beating the Canadian squad 5-2 on Tuesday night at Morse Stadium.

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