- Baseball document, thought worth millions, spurs court fight
LOS ANGELES (AP) — One of the most valuable pieces of baseball memorabilia — a copy of the 1876 National League constitution that established business practices that remain the norm today — is at the center of a legal dispute between the family of a late baseball executive and an auction house they say is holding it hostage.
- TV reporter charged in ballpark punch no longer at station
MILWAUKEE (AP) — A Milwaukee television reporter charged with a felony for allegedly hitting another reporter at a Brewers baseball game is no longer with the station.
- FANTASY PLAYS: Daily fantasy strategies for baseball, golf
If you are playing daily fantasy baseball tournaments with a top-heavy payout structure, you need to make sure to create lineups with the requisite upside. While that may seem obvious and a little bit vague, there is an easy way to increase your probabilities of making a lineup that can realize its upside: through stacking.
- Alaska games mimic hunting tasks, like sneaking up on a seal
JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) — To most spectators, the term "Olympics" means world-class swimming competitions, downhill skiing or the 100-meter dash.
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