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Sports > Baseball
Garagiola, ex-player turned broadcaster, dies at 90
Joe Garagiola's nine-year baseball career was a modest one. His 57 years in broadcasting that followed made him one of the most popular figures in the sports world and beyond.
 
Drug-tainted New York Yankees slugger Alex Rodriguez will retire after his contract expires in 2017, he told ESPN on Wednesday.
 
Taiwan was ranked fifth in the world in the first-ever women's softball rankings issued by the World Baseball Softball Confederation (WBSC) on Wednesday, one spot ahead of China.
 
With Obama, Castro watching, Rays beat Cuban national team
When Kevin Kiermaier slid into home for the Tampa Bay Rays' first run of the day, President Barack Obama flung his arms wide in the sign for "safe."
 
Obama watches Tampa Bay Rays in Havana, but Cuban baseball in crisis
When U.S. President Barack Obama watches the Tampa Bay Rays play Cuba's national team Tuesday, it will come at the deepest moment of crisis in more than 50 years for the island's famed state-run baseball league.
 
Yomiuri Giants pitcher Kyosuke Takagi has been hit with a one-year suspension for gambling on Japanese baseball games, Nippon Professional Baseball (NPB) said Tuesday.
 
Taiwanese right-hander Wang Chien-ming (王建民) made his first start of the spring season with the Kansas City Royals on Saturday, allowing three runs in three innings, the Kansas City Star reported.
 
Lamigo, Chinatrust opener boasts bonanza of records
The 27th season of the Chinese Professional Baseball League (CPBL) opened on Saturday, March 19 at the Taiwan International Baseball Stadium in Qingpu, Taoyuan to much fanfare. Defending champions Taoyuan Lamigo Monkeys, as the home team, played their opponent at the finals last year, the Chinatrust Brothers. The game stretched into the 11th inning, with the Brothers beating the Monkeys by 13 runs to 11.
 
Suzuki on verge of 3,000  hits, puts off retirement
Ichiro Suzuki sits at his locker, an interpreter by his side, and the nature of conversation with the future Hall of Famer gives him extra time to craft a response to the question: How much longer does he expect to play?
 
New York Mets pitcher Jenry Mejia, the first player issued a lifetime doping ban by Major League Baseball, told the New York Times he was the victim of a conspiracy.
 
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