Arrow-right Camera

The Spokesman-Review Newspaper The Spokesman-Review

Sunday, May 26, 2019  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
Partly Cloudy Day 65° Partly Cloudy

Tags


Everything tagged


Sort by:

Stories tagged: baseball


Mantle Recuperates From Bad Stomach

American League Hall of Famer Mickey Mantle has been undergoing treatment since Sunday for a stomach ailment, his son said Wednesday. Mantle was resting at Baylor University Medical Center in …


Braves Give Boot To Brutal Brawler

National League The Atlanta Braves Wednesday released Earl Nelson, the Durham (N.C.) Bulls pitcher who kicked a Winston-Salem player in the head during a brawl that broke out during a …


One Thing This Replacement Isn’t: A Junior Achiever

Alex Diaz hears the kids hollering his name as he trots toward center field at the Kingdome. He knows what they want him to be. He also knows what he …


‘Straw’ Creates A Stir In New York Again

American League Darryl Strawberry wants to play for the New York Yankees and owner George Steinbrenner. “The reason I want to come back is I want to play for George,” …


Surging Cubs Chewing Up Opposition But Can Wrigley’s Tenants Make That Winning Flavor Last?

Mark Grace, gives Sammy Sosa pat on helmet after a Sosa homer. Photo by Associated Press


Fermin Making Most Of Time With Mariners

Fermin is a realist. At 31, Fermin is well aware of his role with the Seattle Mariners. And he’s content with it, fully understanding that 19-year-old Alex Rodriguez is the …


Reds Find Backers For New Ballpark

Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Tyler Green stymies Los Angeles with his first major-league shutout, a 5-0 victory over the visiting Dodgers on Tuesday. Photo by Associated Press


Stanford Tops Texas Tech, Gains College World Series

Brian Dallimore singled home the go-ahead run in the eighth inning as Stanford beat Texas Tech 6-5 Tuesday to win the NCAA Midwest I regional and advance to the College …


Amaral Does In Yankees Again Go-Ahead, Two-Run Single Lifts Mariners In 7-3 Victory

It didn’t seem possible that Melido Perez could win after throwing 40 pitches in the first inning on Tuesday night. But there the New York Yankees right-hander stood in the …


Diaz, Cora Collision Was Scary

They have been teammates for more than a month, but Alex Diaz and Joey Cora had never met under similar circumstances - and hope not to again. Their collision in …


Baseball Has Too Few Polishing Its Image

Players are doing their best to emulate legends such as Joe Dimaggio, who tossed out the first pitch in Oakland’s game on Monday. Photo by Associated Press


Amaral Puts Hurt On Yanks Mariners Trip New York On 12th-Inning Homer

Randy Velarde juggling act allows Luis Sojo of Seattle to steal second. Photo by Associated Press


Winfield’s First Hr Propels Cleveland

American League Fifteen games into the Cleveland leg of his career, Dave Winfield had no home runs, no RBIs, a .212 batting average and an out-ofwhack swing.


Nieves’ Shot Sends Mets Down Again

National League Melvin Nieves has some advice for his teammates: Knock off the extra-inning stuff. Nieves homered off Blas Minor with two outs in the 13th inning Monday as the …


Seitzer Ok After Being Hit On Head

Milwaukee Brewers infielder Kevin Seitzer sustained a mild concussion Monday when he was struck in the helmet by a fastball from Minnesota pitcher Scott Erickson. Seitzer stayed on the ground …


Seattle Has Memorial Weekend To Remember Griffey And The Seahawks Have City Shrouded In Black

The loss of center fielder Ken Griffey Jr. has left Seattle fans in a daze. Photo by Associated Press


White Sox Prevail In Power Struggle

American League Before Sunday’s game at Tiger Stadium, a feature about the old “Home Run Derby” show was played on the ballpark’s closed circuit TV system. Then the Detroit Tigers …


Beat-Up Mariners Accept New Roles, Trip Orioles With Griffey, Buhner Out Of Action, Seattle Staves Off Baltimore 5-2

Second baseman Joey Cora (28) and center fielder Alex Diaz collide while chasing a fly ball. Photo by Associated Press


Sub Makes Giant Impact On Mets

National League The Mets figured Barry Bonds would practice his home-run trot. He did. They assumed red-hot Matt Williams would reach the bleachers. He did. But no one, least of …


Melcher, Smith Key Odessa To State Title

A-B/AA roundup Nicole Melcher and Marci Smith led the Odessa girls to their first State A-B tennis championship on Saturday, defeating Ritzville’s Elizabeth Hille and Connie Kirkendall for the first …


Ontiveros Foils N.Y. With Near No-Hitter

American League Steve Ontiveros threw a one-hitter, allowing only a sixth-inning single that barely eluded his try at a bare-handed stop as the Oakland Athletics beat the New York Yankees …


Nineteen Years Later, Kelso Gets Revenge On Wenatchee

The Kelso Hilanders and Wenatchee Panthers had been in this position before. In 1976, the last time either team was at the State AAA baseball tournament, the Hilanders and Panthers …


Ccs Falls To Mt. Hood, Bows Out Of Tournament

Kelly Ireland hit an RBI single with two outs in the bottom of the eighth inning to lift Mt. Hood past the Community Colleges of Spokane 7-6 at the NWAACC …


Mariners Triumph, But Find It Hard To Celebrate

The postgame celebration was somber after a victory Friday gave the Seattle Mariners the best 27-game start in franchise history. What that victory also produced was one of the most …


Yankees Consider Drug Duo

American League The New York Post says Darryl Strawberry and Dwight Gooden, two former Mets now on drugrelated suspensions, could be reunited in New York with the Yankees. Yankees owner …


Sizzling Reds Keep Cardinals In Free Fall

National League The Cincinnati Reds made it five straight victories and nine of 11 Friday night as Barry Larkin’s two-out single capped a three-run seventh inning in a 4-3 victory …


Viks To Play For A-1 Title Sophomores Leads Cda From Behind To 4-3 Win Over Hillcrest In Semifinals

Coeur d’Alene’s Mark Scates pitches to Hillcrest in a second-round game. Photo by Jesse Tinsley/The Spokesman-Review


Petulant Slugger Goes Back, Back, Back, Back To The United States

Mitchell


Griffey Breaks Wrist, Fractures Franchise

One of the most spectacular catches of Ken Griffey Jr.’s career could be remembered as the biggest setback in franchise history - the All-Star center fielder broke his left wrist …


Anstine, Vikings Advance In Thriller

Coeur d’Alene senior pitcher Jeff Anstine had just won his biggest high school game, but he stopped well short of accepting all the credit. After the Vikings provided the lefthander …