Archive for May, 2014

Angels’ Raul Ibanez helps C.J. Cron adjust to majors

If your job was threatened by a young hotshot, would you give pointers to the kid who could push you out the door?

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Dodgers, TWC could take legal action over SportsNet LA

This is not the first time the Dodgers moved to a new cable television channel that most of their fans could not see.

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New Mexico forecast: Cloudy with a 100% chance of grasshoppers

An unusually warm winter has left Albuquerque with an army of grasshoppers, who are now flying high enough to mess with weather radar readings.

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World Cup in 1994 gave U.S. soccer the kick in the pants it needed

Ask just about anyone on the U.S. soccer team for their earliest World Cup memories and chances are they’ll point to 1994, the only time the tournament was held in this country.

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Could it be? As Hanley Ramirez goes, so go the Dodgers?

It’s crazy, right?

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Kyle Busch wins again at Dover with Nationwide victory

Kyle Busch raced to his second victory of the weekend at Dover, taking the checkered flag Saturday in the Nationwide Series race to set himself up for a tripleheader sweep.

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Officials tighten criteria for stopping and searching private aircraft

 U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials said Friday they have tightened their practices for stopping and searching private aircraft in an effort to reduce law enforcement encounters with innocent pilots.

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Mickelson says he’s cooperating in insider trading probe

Hall of Fame golfer Phil Mickelson said he is cooperating in an insider trading investigation involving him, activist investor Carl Icahn and Las Vegas gambler Billy Walters.

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A’s jump to early lead, beat Angels, 9-5

KEY MOMENT: Trailing, 9-5, the Angels put two on with one out in the seventh inning for Albert Pujols, who could have cut the lead to one with a home run. But A’s reliever Dan Otero got Pujols to ground into a fielder’s choice, and setup man Luke Gregerson came on to strike out David Freese,…

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Patrick Kane’s assessment of pressure no joke to Kings now

In a personal slump, his team trailing the Western Conference finals by two games, Chicago Blackhawks forward Patrick Kane drew some chuckles from Kings players earlier this week when he said they were the ones under the most pressure.

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