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DENVER - Troy Tulowitzki set up his big day at the plate in his first appearance.
PICAYUNE, Mississippi - A Pearl River County judge has dismissed a lawsuit that alleged Picayune school officials were liable for a high school baseball player's injuries by failing to protect him from a hazing incident.
MONTPELIER, Vermont - The Montpelier High School boys' baseball team had a home scrimmage scheduled for next week and the girls' tennis team had a home match scheduled for Monday, but both are being pushed back because spring hasn't really sprung yet in Vermont.
RIPLEY, Mississippi - Batting average: a time-honored stat in America's pastime. In a game ruled by stats, it's the one hitters are most judged by.
ENDWELL, New York - A producer of Hollywood blockbusters and a trio of baseball legends have helped an upstate New York high school open its new baseball field.
DETROIT - Comerica Bank has awarded two $10,000 grants to help support high school baseball and softball programs in suburban Detroit and the Muskegon area.
AURORA, Illinois - With a passion for baseball in his heart, $2.60 in his pocket and "nothing better to do" with his time, Rich Bentel, at 17 years old, began a relationship that now is older than his marriage, older than his career and among the longest-running of its kind in the world.
BATON ROUGE, Louisiana - It took a federal lawsuit against the Louisiana High School Athletic Association to help achieve it, but Family Christian Academy student Sean Thiel is now hearing the words he longed to hear: "Play ball!"