NBC television's David Letterman, left, guards first base while CBS television's Bob Schieffer, substituting for Dan Rather, keeps one foot planted on the base at New York's Yankee Stadium, Aug. 22, 1987. CBS won the annual challenge between "Late Night With David Letterman" and CBS' "Evenin…
Chicago Cubs Bob Dernier is safe at first on a pickoff attempt during first inning action against San Diego Padres in Chicago, Oct. 3, 1984. Padres Steve Garvey applies the late tag. (AP Photo/John Swart)
"FLEA" Clifton, Detroit Tiger third baseman crosses plate in sixth inning of fourth world series game on Oct. 5,1935 in Chicago. Umpire Stark and Cubs catcher Hartnett are by standers.(AP Photo)
Chicago White Sox outfielder Minnie Minoso, center, looks up at Dr. Burton Garfinkel as he is x-rayed at Lenox Hill Hospital, May 18, 1955, New York. The 31-year-old Cuban ball player was struck by a pitched ball from Yankee Hurler Bob Grim while batting in the first inning. Minoso was hit o…
A home plate delegation of American Leaguers greets Al Rosen as he crosses plate on his three-run homer in third inning of All-Star game on July 13, 1954 in Cleveland. Identifiable at plate are Bobby Avila (1) and Minnie Minoso (9) who scored ahead of Rosen, and Ray Boone (8), next batter wh…
This photo of the Chicago White Sox was taken March 10, 1960. From left: First row, Turk Lown, Barry Latman, Rodolfo Arias, Luis Aparicio, Don Ferrarese, Chico Carrasquel, Minnie Minoso, Harry Simpson; Second row, Sharkey Colledge (standing), Al Smith, Gerald Staley, Richard Brown, Don Gutte…
Ernie Banks (14) of Chicago Cubs hits a single in first inning of second game with New York Mets, starting him around bases for what became his 1,000th run, July 29, 1965 in Chicago. His production for doubleheader was four runs. Catching is John Stephenson of the Mets. Umpire is Frank Secor…
Ernie Banks, who says he�s young at 37, proved it as he slugged two home runs and a single as the Chicago Cubs defeated San Francisco 4-2, May 27, 1968 in Chicago. Watching ball sail into left field seats are Giants catcher Dick Dietz and ump Tony Venzon. (AP Photo/Larry Stoddard)
Chicago Cubs first baseman Ernie Banks connects with the ball for his 2,500th base hit of his major league career. The blow came off the pitching of St. Louis Cardinals Bob Gibson in the fifth inning of first game of a double-header at Wrigley Field, Sept. 19, 1969 in Chicago. (AP Photo)
Except for the difference in uniforms it is difficult to tell who is the cather as Umpire Frank Dascoli practically climbs into Redleg catcher Ed Bailey's hip pocket for a close up look at pitch to Chicago's Ernie Banks in nightcap of doubleheader June 23, 1958. Note Dascoli's hand is forwar…
Regular jogging increases the life expectancy of men by 6.2 years and women by 5.6 years, according to a long-running study from the Copenhagen City Heart study.
Nikki Steinbach, a 2012 Andrean grad, is the ace of Ball State's softball staff. The Cardinals won the Mid-American Conference regular-season title. Steinbach is 14-10 with a 3.72 ERA and 84 strikeouts.
Nikki Steinbach, a 2012 Andrean grad, is the ace of Ball State's softball staff. The Cardinals won the Mid-American Conference regular-season title and will take on Miami of Ohio today in the MAC tournament.
Nikki Steinbach, a 2012 Andrean grad, is the ace of Ball State's softball staff. The Cardinals won the MAC regular season title and will take on Miami of Ohio today in the MAC tournament.
Audrey Bickel, a 2010 Andrean graduate, helped Ball State win the MAC regular-season title. Bickel is hitting .378 with 46 RBIs and nine home runs heading into today's tourney game with Miami, Ohio.
Audrey Bickel, a 2010 Andrean graduate, is leading the way offensively for Ball State's women's softball team. The Cardinals won the Mid-American Conference regular-season title and open the MAC tournament today against Miami of Ohio.
Audrey Bickel, a 2010 Andrean graduate, is leading the way offensively for Ball State's women's softball team.
United States forward T.J. Oshie is hit by Russia forward Alex Ovechkin during a men's ice hockey game Saturday at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia. The U.S. won 3-2 in a shootout.
American ice dancers Meryl Davis, left, and Charlie White perform their free dance during the team figure skating event at the Winter Olympics. Davis and White finished first in their event Sunday, helping the U.S. team to a bronze medal.
Blackhawks captain Jonathan Toews shows the Stanley Cup to Cameron MacDonald on Friday at the Jonathan Toews Community Centre in Winnipeg, Manitoba, where he visited with fans and supporters.
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