September 1, 2014

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White Sox 6, Indians 4: Tribe blows lead, loses to Sox

  CHICAGO — Juan Uribe hit a two-run homer off Aaron Fultz in the bottom of the 13th inning Wednesday night as the Chicago White Sox beat the Cleveland Indians 6-4. Scott Podsednik singled with one out in the 13th and Uribe lined a ball over the wall in left center, his 12th homer of the Read More…

Browns: Quinn meets media, practices for first time

BEREA — Brady Quinn was quick to establish a theme at his first news conference as an official member of the Browns. “The only thing I can control is what I do now,” he said Wednesday morning. That means getting reacquainted with teammates, earning the respect of the coaching staff and winning the starting job. Read More…

Indians: Hafner leaves game with knee injury

  CHICAGO — Cleveland Indians designated hitter Travis Hafner left Wednesday’s game against the White Sox because of tightness in his left knee. He will be re-evaluated Thursday. Hafner went 0-for-2 and was replaced in the sixth inning by pinch-hitter Jason Michaels, who hit an RBI single to tie the game at 2. Hafner entered Read More…

Dulik: Brady finally early for NFL crash course

  Up to this point, nothing about Brady Quinn’s professional football career has gone the way he hoped it would. He slid down to the 22nd pick in this year’s NFL Draft, struggled at rookie minicamp, and was a no-show for the Browns’ first 16 training camp practices. That’s why it seemed oddly appropriate — Read More…

PGA Championship: Hot weather, Tiger to greet field

  TULSA, Okla. — High noon at Southern Hills looked more like a ghost town. Wednesday before a major championship usually is bustling with activity, especially at the PGA Championship, the last chance for players to win a major until the azaleas bloom in April at Augusta National. But it’s particularly quiet at Southern Hills, Read More…

Dahlberg: Where have all the storied stars gone?

  SAN FRANCISCO — The all-time hit king remains banned from the game he loves and makes his living signing autographs in Las Vegas. The new home run king owns a record, but not many hearts outside San Francisco. Baseball was once a game that glorified the likes of Lou Gehrig and Joe DiMaggio. But Joltin’ Read More…

Trio headed to U.S. Senior Open

  ELYRIA — Dennis Adkins was at Elyria Country Club on Wednesday after a long trip from his home in North Myrtle Beach, S.C. John  Dmytriw only had to travel across town from his job at Invacare. But they’re all even now. They’ll both be heading to the 53rd United States Senior Amateur Golf Tournament Read More…

EC scoreboard to honor soldier Lane Tollett

  After learning about the death of Elyria Catholic graduate Lane Tollett in Iraq earlier this year, a group of former classmates weighed how best to honor his memory. Tollett, an Elyria resident and 1994 EC graduate, was one of nine paratroopers killed in a suicide bomb attack in Iraq in late April. His classmates Read More…

TeleTech vows 500 jobs

New call center set to open in Amherst in November Read More…

Cockfighting suspect charged

See video of the birds that were removed. LORAIN — A Lorain man whose Sheffield Township property was raided last month because deputies received a tip that he was hosting a cockfight was charged Wednesday. A rooster taken from Felix Rosario’s Sheffield Twp. property.  A warrant was issued for Felix Rosario, 83, who is to Read More…