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Four U.S. senators and health officials from the cities hosting the World Series are urging the baseball players union to agree to a ban on chewing tobacco at games and on camera...Democrat Dick Durbin of Illinois, and the health officials from St.
Thumbs up to Lobbestael, Hawks, Sounders; thumbs down to NBA 1. Class Act: Washington State quarterback Marshall Lobbestael is infinitely more mature, thoughtful and classy than your average college student and maybe your average priest. Lobbestael
Seventeen years after he last played ball in the Victor Valley, area residents will be able to see Derrin Ebert play again Friday this time on the big screen in the movie Moneyball which opened in theaters Friday. Ebert, a 1994 Hesperia High School
Seattle Mariners pitching coach Carl Willis reaches for some chewing tobacco during the Mariners' baseball game against the Minnesota Twins, Thursday, Sept. 22, 2011, in Minneapolis. Baseball commissioner Bud Selig has revolutionized a tradition-
Nick Porrazzo would never have imagined running lines and planning a scene with three of Hollywood's A-list actors. But there he was at Sony Pictures in Culver City discussing an upcoming scene with Brad Pitt, Jonah Hill and Philip Seymour Hoffman. "
A report released Monday by the National Sleep Foundation revealed that most Major League Baseball players swallow as many as six baseballs per year while sleeping. As baseball players, they tend to be around baseballs more often, so it's only
The result was a winning off-season that has earned a high-five from the son of Roberto Clemente, a baseball legend known as much for his charity work as for his athletic prowess...It started when Mark Colella, a radiologist from Richland, had a talk
Each person fills one bag with a pint of dark red O-negative or AB-positive or other blood type, giving of themselves that others may be nursed back to health, perhaps saving lives. \n\n Many are first-time donors, moved to give blood by the terrible
Slugger Ted Williams will win a spot on a U.S. postage stamp next year. The last baseball player to hit .400 for a season, the Boston Red Sox star will be honored on a forever stamp, part of a set featuring baseball players. Also
He was still lining up last season at age 30 as the oldest player in Bearcats history. Now a first-year defensive line and special teams coach at O'Fallon High School at 31, Gettis also belongs to an extremely small group of former major-league