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Joe Torre will be part of next summer's Hall of Fame class, but the former Yankees manager has another ceremony to look forward to at some point in the future. General manager Brian Cashman said Tuesday that the Yankees plan to retire Torre's No.
The baseball winter meetings are starting with a look back. Joe Torre, Tony La Russa and Bobby Cox were among the candidates considered Sunday by the Hall of Fame's expansion era committee. The trio of retired managers was joined on the 12-man ballot
Written by Erin Thompson For Pacific Daily News Filed Under Cheering on: Members of the Guam team cheer for Yong Kim in the Senior Women's Division finals at the 27th Asian Intercity Bowling Championship Dec...Virgilio Valencia/For Pacific Daily News
After winning gold at the London Olympics last year, Mexico, without exception, thought the golden age of local football had started...Arrogance has won Mexican football, starting with the manager, Jose Manuel de la Torre, and also the players, who
De la Torre says that new government intervention is needed to fix a broken market that makes it difficult for Steward to compete. We not comparing (the price of) liver transplants, we don't provide them and we don't care, de la Torre said at the
Mexico coach Jose Manuel de la Torre, under fire after a run of poor results, clung on to his job on Monday and was charged with seeing his misfiring team through to next year's World Cup finals in Brazil. Gold Cup in the United States, would have
There is more than a little grumbling among managers who lose players for two or three weeks at a crucial time when they are supposed to be putting together a cohesive team for the coming big league season. But, officially, MLB is a big supporter of
It's called the "Silver Tsunami" - the swelling number of baby boomers surpassing age 65...As prevalence numbers steadily climb, the key to combatting the Alzheimer's epidemic is to focus on diagnosing the disease long before it ravages the brain.
Yankees In Boston this season, Valentine has gotten his first career taste of what managerial life was like in the Bronx for that other Joe (Torre), back when Valentine was the loquacious Mets upstart in Queens. There, Bobby V was practically deified
De la Torre began his first HIV drug "cocktail" five years ago; he's now on his third regimen. "On the first, I felt sick. On the second, I got jaundiced all the time," he says. "Now I'm on one pill a day, and I get a little nauseous." HIV is a lot