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  1. FAs who are better than their stats

    Jim Bowden

    The Boston Red Sox successfully attacked the free-agent market last winter, signing several players to contracts whose value extended beyond their statistics, including outfielder Shane Victorino, first baseman Mike Napoli and shortstop Stephen Drew....

    Blog | November 15, 2013
  2. Ninth-inning rally dies with pop up

    Jeff Caplan

    SURPRISE, Ariz. -- New Texas Rangers utility man Mike Napoli came to the plate in the bottom of the ninth with runners at first and third and two out. Facing Kansas City Royals righty Kevin Pucetas, Napoli attacked the first pitch, a 78-mph slider...

    Blog | February 27, 2011
  3. Man who attacked coach violates probation

    The man who attacked Kansas City Royals coach Tom Gamboa during a game has been sentenced to almost five years in prison for a probation violation.

    Story | Conversation | March 11, 2006
  4. Man who attacked Royals coach on field back in jail

    William Ligue, the man who attacked a Kansas City Royals coach during a White Sox game in 2002, is back in jail on a probation violation.

    Story | Conversation | February 18, 2006
  5. Toeing rubber for NL team the way to go

    Phil Rogers

    Pitching in the American League is a far more dangerous task than pitching in the National League.

    Story | Conversation | September 13, 2005
  6. Ligue tests positive for drugs

    The man who ran onto the field at a Chicago White Sox game with his son and attacked a coach has tested positive for drug use, according to court records, and prosecutors intend to argue for a parole violation.

    Story | Conversation | February 20, 2004
  7. Dybas pleads guilty, gets 6 months

    A man who attacked an umpire at a Chicago White Sox game this year pleaded guilty Thursday to aggravated battery.

    Story | Conversation | December 04, 2003
  8. Coach attacked at first base last year gets pink slip

    The Royals have fired Tom Gamboa, the coach attacked last year during a game against the White Sox in Chicago.

    Story | Conversation | September 29, 2003
  9. Coach attacked at first base gets pink slip

    Tom Gamboa, who was attacked by two fans during a game in Chicago in 2002, was fired as Kansas City's bullpen coach less than two hours after the Royals finished the 2003 season.

    Story | Conversation | September 28, 2003
  10. AL ump says 'gloves will be off'

    Next time, umpire Laz Diaz says he'll fight back.

    Story | Conversation | August 10, 2003
  11. Gamboa says sentencing sends 'poor message'

    A man who along with his son attacked a Kansas City Royals coach during a game last fall was sentenced Wednesday to 30 months of probation.

    Story | Conversation | August 06, 2003
  12. Judge: boot camp for teen who rushed Gamboa

    A judge recommended a sentence of six months in a boot camp for the teenager who rushed the field with his father and attacked a Kansas City base coach during a game between the Royals and the White Sox in September.

    Story | Conversation | June 06, 2003
  13. Assailant facing felony and misdemeanor charges

    A judge set bond at $250,000 on Thursday for a man who attacked an umpire during a Chicago White Sox game.

    Story | Conversation | April 17, 2003
  14. Incident was night's fourth involving fans on field

    A fan came out of the stands during Tuesday night's game between the Kansas City Royals and Chicago White Sox and attacked first base umpire Laz Diaz.

    Story | Conversation | April 15, 2003
  15. Judge sentences 15-year-old to probation

    A 15-year-old boy who admitted attacking a Kansas City Royals coach during a game at Comiskey Park was sentenced to five years' probation Thursday.

    Story | Conversation | November 14, 2002
  16. Gamboa suggests probation, community service

    Kansas City Royals coach Tom Gamboa said he accepts the apology of a 15-year-old fan who attacked him on the field during a game and hopes the boy learns from his "tragic mistake."

    Story | Conversation | November 07, 2002