Darren Baker, Dusty's Son, Plucked By Nats On Draft's Day 3Darren Baker got scooped up by dad's team again.
It's Never Too Late, Or Too Soon, To Turn Over Your Fantasy Baseball RosterTen weeks into the Major League Baseball season, and a lot of fantasy team owners give up on their rosters coming back from a three-day weekend. Don't be one of them; stay active, for there is still so much time left in the season to make a comeback.
Former Giants Manager Dusty Baker Named New Washington Nationals SkipperThe former manager of the San Francisco Giants was hired by the Washington Nations as their new manager...
Barry Bonds Voted Into Bay Area Sports Hall Of Fame; Remains Hopeful For CooperstownBaseball’s home run king and former San Francisco Giants slugger Barry Bonds, whose induction into baseball’s Hall of Fame has been denied by the voting sportswriters, has been elected into the Bay Area Sports Hall of Fame.
Former Giants Manager Dusty Baker Trades In Dugout For Season In NorCal GardenBaseball is still close to Baker's heart, that's for sure. But after being fired by Cincinnati last October, he is working on more than a half-dozen business projects at once out of his Sacramento-area home — not to mention helping 15-year-old son Darren and his freshman pals with their swings in the family batting cage.
Devin Mesoraco Could Mean Extra Value At Catcher For RedsDevin Mesoraco is an x-factor who could provide extra value to a team that’s already one of the best in the big leagues.
Daily Madden: When Coaches Go Toe To Toe In spring training play, Cincinnati manager Dusty Baker and Diamondbacks manager Kirk Gibson argued at home plate before the game over whether to use the DH. It reminded John Madden of incidents he had with other head coaches, including the late Norm 'The Dutchman' Van Brocklin.
Daily Madden: The Catch That Wasn'tThe Cleveland Indians lost to the Yankees 6-4 Tuesday night in a game that featured a Yankees player fooling an umpire in a key situation. With two outs and a runner on third, outfielder Dewayne Wise dove into the stands for a foul ball down the third base line and emerged a few second later holding his glove in the air.