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General manager Mike Rizzo quashes speculation the Nationals might be trying to trade Tyler Clippard, Drew Storen or Denard Span.
The senior at Algonquin Regional High School in Northborough, Mass., who has broken a string of national stories as Major League Baseball's offseason bazaar hums along. He doesn't make a dime for the pieces he writes for SB Nation's MLB Daily Dish, but views the non-stop demands of covering baseball's offseason as an investment in a career that has started earlier than he believed possible.
More than 18 million television viewers watched Carrie Underwood perform the role of Maria last week in NBC's "The Sound of Music Live!" — but Julie Andrews wasn't among them.
Despite interest in several available left-handers, including Eric O'Flaherty, Nationals GM Mike Rizzo doesn't feel pressure to sign one at the Winter Meetings.
A new policy that also applies at Walt Disney World constitutes a sea change from the decades-long practice of allowing handicapped children and their families to skip the lines at popular attractions.
Too many cheaters — that's the reason Disneyland and Walt Disney World cited for a new rule prohibiting the disabled from jumping place in ride lines.
Vin Scully will usher in 2014 as grand marshal of the 125th Rose Parade, an honor the Los Angeles Dodgers broadcaster initially wasn't sure he would accept.
Motorists may want to think twice about parking in front of the half-built London skyscraper known as the "Walkie-Talkie."