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Hall of Famer: Baseball clock ‘makes me cringe’

The slow pace of a baseball game, one of the charming elements of what was once America’s pastime, seems to have become a problem. Personally, I question whether it is a real problem.

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The victories keep piling up for Shepherd baseball.

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Cougars look for depth to turn tide in EPAC

Jefferson doesn’t have many unanswered questions heading into the high school baseball season.

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Patriots eye return to diamond’s Final Four

Washington rode a deep and talented pitching staff all the way to Charleston last year.

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Rams fall in second round of ‘Big Dance’

Jenna Eckleberry set the bar high in her first season coaching Shepherd.

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Back on Track

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Back on Track

This is the time of year veteran racehorses generally come out of the woodwork and return to training.

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Sports In Brief

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Sports In Brief

The Charles Town Cannons baseball franchise will host a cash party and dinner to help raise money for the upcoming 2015 summer collegiate league season.

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Washington’s season ends with sectional loss

For three quarters it appeared as though an upset may be in order, extending what has been undoubtedly a difficult season.

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Which NFL team going to LA? The envelope, please …

Forget the Oscars.

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Late, yes, but Mayweather-Pacquiao will deliver

Manny Pacquiao slept through the big announcement, secure in knowing that the fight was already made and the questions would finally stop.

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