2nd Jul | Story

Catching up on crossed signals

Myrtle Beach coach Brad Holman pitched three spectacular months in the majors, then faded back into the minor leagues and retirement. He almost never made it up at all, though.

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3rd Jun | Story

A Chicago original

For more than 40 years, Nancy Faust serenaded Chicago White Sox crowds. Now, more or less retired, she plays Sunday afternoons 45 miles to the west for the Kane County Cougars and their fans.

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4th Jul | Story

Three of a kind

Last year, Michael Fulmer, right, was part of the most incredible night in Oklahoma high school baseball history. This year, he wants to be part of the beginning of what might be the most incredible era for former Sooner State star pitchers.

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13th May | Story

In her memory

Mac McDermott collected decades of Sacramento sports history as a hobby. Then his wife died. He retired and retreated to his binders and spreadsheets filled with names and numbers. Now the River Cats are helping him keep his passion and his wife’s spirit alive.

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11th May | Story

JetHawk John does it all

John Laferney started with the JetHawks when they moved to Lancaster 17 seasons ago. He worked in the video game room back then. Now he is in charge of the whole stadium.

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07 Jul | Videos

Jonny Gomes

Before he played in the majors, Jonny Gomes hit 63 homers in the minors, suffered a heart attack and, on a lighter note, became a certified personal trainer.

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21 Jul | Photos

Dayton Dragons

The Dragons faltered on their way to a 9-1 loss to the Kane County Cougars, but fans were still entertained between innings ... by the ZOOperstars.

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Who's on Deck? Here's Who We Are Visiting Next

Our 2013 schedule still is in development.