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Selig hasn't changed outlook about Rose

Selig hasn't changed outlook about Rose

CINCINNATI (AP) — As his term winds down, baseball Commissioner Bud Selig hasn't changed his outlook on Pete Rose's lifetime ban for gambling.
Selig visited Cincinnati Friday. Aug. 22, for the opening of an urban youth academy, and then drove down Pete Rose Way to visit Great American Ball Park and the Cincinnati Reds Hall ... (full story)


Mike Schmidt: Time to answer the Rose question

Mike Schmidt: Time to answer the Rose question

I received numerous phone requests over the last few days to comment on the 25th anniversary of Pete Rose's banishment from baseball.
Seems like only yesterday, rather than 15 years ago, when I met Pete in Milwaukee for his famous "confession" talk with Commissioner Selig.
Following Pete's apologetic admittance to g ... (full story)


Judges find Court of Claims improperly assessed damages owed to former Kent State football coach

The Ohio Court of Claims must reconsider money owed to a former Kent State University football coach after the 10th District Court of Appeals found recently that it improperly assessed the damages portion of his case.
Case summary states that James Fleming started working for KSU in 2010 as the defensive coordinator of its footb ... (full story)


Cleveland greets reopening of historic ballpark

Cleveland greets reopening of historic ballpark

CLEVELAND (AP) — Even in Cleveland, League Park probably doesn't mean much to a casual baseball fan. The former home of the Cleveland Indians sat neglected and largely forgotten for decades in a not-so-well-traveled east side neighborhood.
But the persistence and, after her death, the memories of a longtime Cleveland counc ... (full story)


Bad behavior on social media can cost recruits

Bad behavior on social media can cost recruits

At St. Paul's Episcopal School in Mobile, Alabama, the high school that produced Crimson Tide quarterbacks AJ McCarron and Jake Coker, there's a new preseason ritual for football players: the social media talk.
It's about more than minding their manners. Coach Steve Mask warns players not to post about injuries, which can scare ... (full story)