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Game 2 of the best-of-3 finals at the College World Series is tonight...Virginia is trying to become the first Atlantic Coast Conference team to win the title since 1955...Darling is now a Mets broadcaster; Viola is pitching coach for the 51s, the
Funny, the thoughts that run through your head when the telephone rings one spring Saturday morning. Funny, how you react to the news that your own mortality is at risk. My very first thought was that I was going to be letting down the team in Las
The New York Mets say former pitcher Frank Viola is resting comfortably after heart surgery. His children, Frank and Kaley, had said on Twitter that the 53-year-old Viola was scheduled for open-heart surgery Wednesday...He was hired by the Mets in
Injured Mets ace Matt Harvey gets wish, will rehab in Nwe York The Mets had little choice...Lucie for more than 20 days without his consent, and it was clear the pitcher, who turns 25 on Thursday, did not want to be left behind. Tuesday, March 25,
The New York Mets say former pitcher Frank Viola will undergo heart surgery next week in New York. The 53-year-old Viola retired as a player following the 1996 season. He was hired by the Mets in January as pitching coach of Class AAA Las Vegas of
Jim Rantz started working with the Twins in 1965 and was director of minor league operations from 1986 until he retired following the 2012 season...The big question is if these prospects can duplicate what that group in the 1980s did, developing into
The Sports Network The New York Mets will close out their lengthy road trip Monday with a makeup game against the Minnesota Twins at Target Field. The finale of a three-game series between the Mets and Twins on April 14 was postponed due to inclement
Dickey's scheduled meeting on Thursday will mark the third time since 1967 that Cy Young Award winners faced each other in the following season. On July 15, 1999, Tom Glavine's Braves defeated Roger Clemens and the Yankees, 6-2. Clemens pitched for
There was no sweet music on the diving platform for American Brittany Viola. Both Viola, the daughter of former star pitcher Frankie "Sweet Music" Viola, and Katie Bell did not qualify for the 10-meter platform finals on Thursday.
Frank Viola knows a thing or two about competing at the highest levels. After all, he was the MVP of the 1987 World Series. Now, he's taking a break from baseball to watch his daughter compete in her first Olympics.