RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Major League Baseball

Major League Baseball
A collection of news and information related to Major League Baseball published by this site and its partners.

Top Major League Baseball Articles

Displaying items 37-48
  • High School Football Preview: Corona del Mar vs. Pacifica

    Corona del Mar vs. Pacifica When/where: Friday, 7 p.m. at Davidson Field Key Sea Kings: Sr. QB-P Luke Napolitano; Sr. MLB Alex Moore; Sr. C Giovanni Gentosi Key Mariners: Sr. QB Nick Howard; Sr. WR-CB Josh Nauls; Sr. LB-RB Trever Brown Breakdown:...
  • Steinberg: How 'bout them Dodgers?

    Those in the Guggenheim group are heroes in Southern California as the Dodgers defeated Arizona 7-6 to clinch the Western Division title in the National League pennant race Thursday. They promised to bring quality baseball and victory back to Los...
  • Maurer to make first MLB start

    Maurer to make first MLB start
    Four years ago, Brandon Maurer embarked on what would be a rugged path to the big leagues. There were no promises back then when he was an 18-year-old leaving Costa Mesa as a 23rd-round pick for the Seattle Mariners out of Orange Lutheran High. Maurer...
  • Review of '42': Classic tale on screen

    Review of '42': Classic tale on screen
    At one point in "42," the Jackie Robinson Story, Branch Rickey, played by Harrison Ford, thanks a young Robinson for helping him love baseball again. The latest cinematic account of Robinson's historic 1947 season, in which he breaks baseball's color...
  • Reel Critics: '42' hits a grand slam

    Reel Critics: '42' hits a grand slam
    It's only April, but a leading contender for this year's Best Picture award is already in a theater near you. "42" is the absolutely compelling story of Jackie Robinson. He was the first African American ever to play Major League Baseball and wore that...
  • Steinberg: Money doesn't lead to wins for Dodgers, Angels

    There is no joy in SoCal baseball fandom, the mighty local teams have struck out. The Los Angeles Dodgers have a payroll of $220,395,196, which leads Major League Baseball. Their record through Friday was 13-21, which placed them last in the National...
  • Abbott keeps helping

    Abbott keeps helping
    Last month, Jim Abbott visited KidWorks in Santa Ana. Abbott, the former Major League Baseball pitcher, says he stays busy these days, speaking to various people and motivating many about the story of his life and about succeeding despite being born...
  • Thurman goes 40th

    Thurman goes 40th
    Andrew Thurman said he wanted to watch the first day of the Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft in an open setting, with family and friends. He also wanted to watch it at a place that has been very close to his heart. He said it was only...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Kendrick excited to give back

    Kendrick excited to give back
    Howie Kendrick has heard some of the trade rumors about him, but the Angels second baseman said he really isn't paying attention to that. "You know, being traded those things happen," Kendrick said Wednesday. "I'm just doing my best to be prepared for...
  • Carnett: Regrets over a friendship that might have been

    Did I have a premonition that our lives would somehow intersect? Not really. I remember him first in 1957 as a pitcher for my favorite baseball team, the Hollywood Stars of the Pacific Coast League. That was the year before the Dodgers moved to Los...