September 21, 2017 RSS feed / State/National Sports

Jake LaMotta dies

MIAMI (AP) — Jake LaMotta, the former middleweight champion whose life was depicted in the film “Raging Bull,” has died at age 95.  His fiancee, Denise Baker, says LaMotta died Tuesday at a Miami-area hospital from complication More...

Stevens is do-it-all backup

STATE COLLEGE (AP) — Tommy Stevens will take over as Penn State’s starting quarterback eventually. Now, he’s helping starter Trace McSorley any way he can.  More...

Glennon trying to shake off rough start, QB debate

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COLLEGE PICKS

Familiarity often leads to volatility.  For the most part, conference play is here in college football, which means far fewer blowouts and a much greater likelihood for the type of upsets that can really shake up the rankings and change the seas More...

Sale reaches 300 strikeouts

BALTIMORE (AP) — Chris Sale struck out 13 to become the first AL pitcher in 18 years to reach the 300 mark, and the Boston Red Sox moved to the brink of clinching a playoff berth by beating the Baltimore Orioles 9-0 on Wednesday night.  More...

Frazier’s homer beats Brewers

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Milwaukee closer Corey Knebel shook off catcher Jett Bandy with two outs in the ninth, confident he could get an inside fastball past Pittsburgh’s Adam Frazier.  More...

Altherr powers Phillies past Dodgers

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — In October, the Phillies will be watching the Dodgers play meaningful games. More...

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