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JUL 18, 2014 - Boston Herald

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Kenta Maeda to lead Japan against MLB stars in November

TOKYO — Hiroshima Carp pitcher Kenta Maeda will take the mound for Japan against a team of all-stars from Major League Baseball in a six-game series in November.Maeda, who is 9-4 this season with a 2.08 ERA, was one of six players listed for the series on the national team website on Friday. The remainder of the squad will be ...

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JUL 16, 2014 - Cleveland Plain Dealer

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MLB rundown: Jeter's All-Star farewell, Home Run Derby reaction, latest buzz and headlines

MLB All-Star news and other midweek headlines from around the league. With a 5-3 victory Tuesday night, the American League earned home-field advantage in the World Series on a night that will be better remembered for being Yankees captain Derek Jeter's final All-Star Game. Here's a look at the biggest stories from the All-Star break: Jeter's All-Star swan song For the second ...

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JUL 15, 2014 - Boston Herald

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Cuban outfielder Despaigne signs with Chiba Lotte

TOKYO — Outfielder Alfredo Despaigne has signed with the Chiba Lotte Marines, the third Cuban to be contracted in Japan this year.The team announced the signing on its website on Tuesday. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.The 28-year-old Despaigne has hit 220 career home runs in the Cuban baseball league, and was MVP in the preliminary round of ...

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JUL 08, 2014 - Cleveland Plain Dealer

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'The Kid from Tomkinsville' by John R. Tunis remains refreshing read in a completely different era of sports - Essay

"The Kid from Tomkinsville" remains a classic from John R. Tunis. We look at how this 1940 book has endured in an era much different than today. Take a literary break as we approach Major League Baseball's All-Star Game. CLEVELAND, Ohio – In simpler times, a Harvard educated, tennis-loving magazine writer named John R. Tunis covered sports. He would write ...

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