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Florida Marlins third baseman Wes Helms, right, dives to tag Philadelphia Phillies' Jimmy Rollins with an empty glove as Rollins steals second base in the first inning of a baseball game, Sunday in Philadelphia. Florida's catcher John Buck was charged with an error for the off throw. (AP Photo/Matt Slocum)
- 1. Seattle execs become excited at the opportunity to maybe trade for Helms, figuring if he can’t catch a badly thrown ball and tries to tag a runner with an empty glove, he’d be a great fit for the M’s — JohnA.
- 2. Rollins later said the play would have been error free if only he had John 3:16 stenciled on his eye black — CindyH.
- 3. In the annual blue states versus red states softball game, the blue states fail to take out the competition — Nic.
- HM: Kage Mann
MOUNT VERNON, Wash. (AP) — Police are searching for thieves who burglarized the Mount Vernon, Wash., home of Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Kyle Kendrick and took his World Series ring.
Lt. Chris Cammock said Monday that the thieves also took other valuable items. He says Kendrick and his family were not home at the time of the burglary, which occurred in late March.
The 26-year-old (pictured in March) graduated from Mount Vernon High School and turned down an opportunity to play quarterback at Washington State to sign with Phillies.
Cammock says he wants to alert the public in case Kendrick's items are resold on the secondary market.
Philadelphia Phillies starting pitcher Roy Halladay delivers to a Cincinnati Reds batter during the first inning of Game 1 of the National League Division baseball series Wednesday in Philadelphia. Story here. (AP Photo/Rob Carr)
- Factoid: Halladay becomes only the second pitcher in postseason play to throw a no-hitter. The first? Don Larsen in his 1956 2-0 victory over the Brooklyn Dodgers. Larsen is now living in Hayden.
Question: Which teams do you want to see in the World Series?