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Junior, Hoffman highlight HOF ballot newcomers

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Under voting rules established this past summer by the National Baseball Hall of Fame, the annual Baseball Writers' Association of America ballot was released Monday on the earliest date in recent history.

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Omaha man charged with felony animal cruelty

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The Nebraska Humane society is calling this act one of the worst cases of animal cruelty in recent years. Vice President of Field Operations Mark Langan says Humane Society investigators were called to a west Omaha home Monday to assist Douglas County Sheriff’s Office with an investigation. He says they found an 8 year old […]

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Obama calls Yost to congratulate Royals

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Royals manager Ned Yost received a special presidential phone call on Monday, hours after Kansas City clinched its first World Series championship since 1985.

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Naponee man convicted in killing of toddler grandson

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A jury has convicted Peter Draper, the Naponee man accused in the beating death of his two-year-old grandson, Joseph Rinehart Junior. The jury reached a unanimous guilty verdict after nearly two hours of deliberation on Monday. An autopsy showed the boy died of head and internal injuries due to blunt force trauma. Attorney Sandra Allen said […]

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Shooting near state capitol leaves man critically hurt

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Lincoln police have yet to release any suspect information following a shooting near the state capitol that left one man with life-threatening injuries.   Officers were called to the scene around 6:30 Monday morning after getting reports of gunshots.   They arrived to find a man suffering from two gunshot wounds in his torso.   […]

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Commissioner pleased with ratings increase

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Postseason television ratings on TBS and FS1 are up 18 percent this year, Commissioner Rob Manfred said Monday, calling it the most pleasant development of his tenure to date.

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Yost confident in Cueto, World Series rotation

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Royals manager Ned Yost set his rotation officially on Monday, and the only real surprise was moving inconsistent right-hander Johnny Cueto up to the No. 2 spot. Right-hander Edinson Volquez will start Game 1 against the Mets on Tuesday night.

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Deep thoughts: 4 HRs in ALCS Game 3

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The Blue Jays and Royals combined to hit four home runs on Monday in their Game 3 slugfest in the American League Championship Series.

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Once again, Royals raring to rebound

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OK, so Johnny Cueto got knocked around. So the Royals got thumped by the Blue Jays, 11-8, in Game 3 of the American League Championship Series at Rogers Centre on Monday night. So what? Take a deep breath. Chill. The Royals will. No sense for panic. No...

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Royals outslugged by Jays in Game 3

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The Blue Jays showed once again why they should never be written off in the postseason, as the league's top offense erupted in a 11-8 victory over the Royals in Game 3 of the American League Championship Series on Monday night at Rogers Centre.

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Cueto makes inauspicious history in loss

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Johnny Cueto gave up eight earned runs in two innings -- the most in postseason history by a starter in two innings or fewer -- and the Royals lost Game 3 of the American League Championship Series to the Blue Jays on Monday.

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Cain sets Royals’ postseason record

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Asked late Saturday afternoon if he was aware he had tied Kansas City's franchise record for a postseason hitting streak, Lorenzo Cain smirked and said, "Yep." In the third inning from Game 3 of the American League Championship Series on Monday night, ...

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