BOSTON — Whether the Baltimore Orioles’ dust-up with the Boston Red Sox on Saturday afternoon at Fenway Park galvanizes their clubhouse remains to be seen during the course of a season still in its infancy.
DEERFIELD, Ill. (AP) — Never mind all they overcame. The only obstacle that matters now for the Chicago Bulls is the one in front of them.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Bryce Harper hit the ball to the mound, jogged to first base and took a right turn to the dugout before getting halfway down the basepath.
BRUNSWICK — It’s been a grueling week for Brunswick’s baseball team.
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LOS ANGELES — Every morning he made the journey: the walk to the bus stop through South Central, the bus to Vernon Station, the blue-line train to Long Beach and his high school.
As the Old Coach was struggling to figure out how to answer my smartphone earlier this week, I got to thinking about what a difference there is in attitudes, capabilities and toughness of today’s generations. There is the fast disappearing octogenarian group referred to by Tom Brokaw as the “Greatest Generation.” Then there is my demographic sub-culture, the “Baby Boomers.” My children’s age group, which comprises the ages of 30 to 50 (by the “Coach’s Corner” parameters), has been labeled “Generation X.” Even younger generations are called Generation Y and Z, respectively. One has to wonder what future generations will be tagged. Will we go to the beginning of the alphabet (Generation A) or will we go with Z1, Z2, Z3?
BRUNSWICK — Tuscarora picked off three Brunswick baserunners, caught one Railroader stealing and doubled another runner off on a hard-hit line drive.