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  • Howie Kendrick teaches game in Costa Mesa

    Howie Kendrick teaches game in Costa Mesa
    Howie Kendrick, the Angels second baseman, wrapped up his two-day MLB Pro Players Skills Camp Monday at TeWinkle Park in Costa Mesa. Youngsters, ages 8 to 14, received the rare opportunity of training with pros and also posed for photos and had items...
  • Steinberg: PED users don't belong in Hall of Fame

    Three worthy baseball veterans were admitted to the Hall of Fame on Wednesday. The voters were right to honor their achievements. Pitcher Roger Clemens and outfielder Barry Bonds did not receive enough votes. Clearly, their alleged use of steroids...
  • Faulkner: Pirates' soccer in a fix

    The Orange Coast College men's soccer team can do itself a big favor by winning its Orange Empire Conference and regular-season finale at Norco on Friday. The Pirates, just like the OCC women's team, has been put in a bit of a pickle due to a unique...
  • UCI's Sparks honored

    UC Irvine junior Taylor Sparks has been named first-team preseason All-American in baseball by Perfect Game. It's the third entity to recognize Sparks, the 2013 Big West Conference Co-Player of the Year, as a preseason All-American. Sparks, a third...
  • Virgen: True victory on a field of dreams

    Virgen: True victory on a field of dreams
    The scoreboard at Angel Stadium provided several highlights on Saturday. It wasn't because score was kept, even though there were plenty of runs scored. Many looked at the scoreboard because of the images on the Jumbotron. There were smiles and unique...
  • Newport Beach Sluggers win Newport Cup

    Newport Beach Sluggers win Newport Cup
    The Newport Beach Sluggers, a 10-and-under travel baseball team, won the second annual Newport Cup Saturday, defeating the OCBA Colts, 20-19, in a game that ended with a thrilling walk-off hit by Jack Pluma. To advance to the championship game, the...
  • Former super agent Leigh Steinberg likes new representation of self

    Former super agent Leigh Steinberg likes new representation of self
    Leigh Steinberg was once known for his boyish good looks and an elite clientele that included Troy Aikman, Warren Moon and a multitude of other famous names. Until it all fell apart. Sipping from a bottle of water, he talks about it in the third...
  • UCI baseball adds seven recruits

    UCI baseball adds seven recruits
    Seven high school players have signed national letters of intent to play baseball at UC Irvine, though one was hardly a recruiting coup. Cole Kreuter, the grandson of UCI Coach Mike Gillespie, is among three infielders set to join the program. The class...
  • Faulkner: High drama of late

    While covering sports in Newport-Mesa is usually always engaging, some stretches are more memorable than others. I had one dramatic seven-day run recently that will stick with me for a while. It began on Nov. 23, when the Vanguard University women's...
  • Abbott set up Sage's success

    Abbott set up Sage's success
    When she's not playing volleyball or hanging out with her friends, Maddy Abbott enjoys to write. Abbott, a junior at Sage Hill School, is the sports editor for the Lightning school newspaper, "The Bolt." "There's a lot of volleyball in our school...
  • Newport Harbor has no answer for Ross in CIF championship setback

    Newport Harbor has no answer for Ross in CIF championship setback
    ANAHEIM — A reporter asked Jeff Brinkley for his thoughts on Kai Ross and it drew a short response from the Newport Harbor High head football coach. He preferred to talk about his Sailors, not the Huntington Beach¬† player who again proved to be...
  • Virgen: Ron Shelton makes it 'a very special night'

    Virgen: Ron Shelton makes it 'a very special night'
    Ron Shelton has an answer ready if you ask him why he stopped playing baseball. "The low-and-away slider," he says. And he's not entirely joking. In reality, there were other reasons he let go of the game and eventually went on to become a big-...