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  • Glendale Community College product Michael Noteware signed by New York Yankees

    Glendale Community College product Michael Noteware signed by New York Yankees
    After the Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft last week came and went without his name scrolling across the computer screen, Michael Noteware’s disappointment lasted less than a minute before his cell phone rang. Noteware, who played at...
  • The Whiteboard Jungle: Recognize teachers every day of the year

    The Whiteboard Jungle: Recognize teachers every day of the year
    May is “thank your local teacher” month: Teacher Appreciation Week (May 5 through 9), National Teacher Day (May 6) and California’s Day of the Teacher (May 14). While it is nice to have one’s vocation be singled out, it would be...
  • Crescenta Valley High alumnus Trevor Bell is back in the majors

    Crescenta Valley High alumnus Trevor Bell is back in the majors
    Former Crescenta Valley High standout Trevor Bell has a new home. The one-time Major League baseball first-round draft pick was selected as a member of the opening day roster for the Cincinnati Reds. “Oh my gosh, it feels like nine years of hard...
  • Around Town: Giving up on the Dodgers

    Rule No. 1: The Dodgers will always break your heart. There’s a slang word in L.A. Spanish. The word is asco. The word asco is nearly untranslatable, but it roughly means disgusting, shameful, shameless and has cooties. Remember this word. The...
  • Ron Kaye: Living the dream at Stengel Field

    Ron Kaye: Living the dream at Stengel Field
    Every child ought to have a dream, a big dream. It ought to be a human right. Mine was to be a major league baseball player. It was the summer of 1948 and my family bought our first house and I listened to Jimmy Dudley and Jack Graney on the radio and...
  • Crescenta Valley-Foothill Junior All-Star softball stunned by Westchester

    Crescenta Valley-Foothill Junior All-Star softball stunned by Westchester
    GLENDALE — When the Crescenta Valley-Foothill and Westchester Del Rey Junior All-Star softball teams last met, CVFH pulled out a walk-off win on Westchester's home field to take the 2012 Southern California Division III tournament title. For the...
  • Arroyo Seco Saints baseball team opens with breather

    Arroyo Seco Saints baseball team opens with breather
    COMPTON — After a week that included four straight one-run games and an exciting tournament finale, the Arroyo Seco Saints 19U baseball team enjoyed a rare reprieve Thursday afternoon. The West Zone champions spared all the drama by scoring 10 runs...
  • Four Angelenos, a Vaquero, former Falcon selected in final day of MLB draft

    Four Angelenos, a Vaquero, former Falcon selected in final day of MLB draft
    Things finally got moving for a handful of baseball players with local ties on the final day of the Major League Baseball First Year Player Draft on Saturday. While the wait was longer than hoped for a quartet of players who’ve spent time with...
  • Youth conference teaches lessons about integrity

    Youth conference teaches lessons about integrity
    Honesty, integrity and fairness were among the major themes local students and community leaders discussed Wednesday at the 28th annual Youth, Leadership and the Future Conference. Around 100 students from the Glendale, Burbank and La Cañada Flintridge...
  • Fun-filled day for Dodger fans

    Fun-filled day for Dodger fans
    GLENDALE — Tracey Weber may be a full-grown adult, but he felt like a little kid when he met Los Angeles Dodgers starting first baseman Adrián González Friday afternoon. “I couldn’t believe it, I was tongue tied,” said Weber,...
  • Zaun calls an end to MLB playing days

    Zaun calls an end to MLB playing days
    GLENDALE — After suffering a shoulder injury that stemmed from a violent home-plate collision last season, Gregg Zaun found himself behind home plate for the first time Sunday during a spring training contest against the Oakland Athletics at the...
  • Freddy Sanchez's season scratched after surgery

    Freddy Sanchez's season scratched after surgery
    As he continued to languish on the disabled list since the beginning of the 2012 season while trying to return from right shoulder surgery and a subsequent back ailment, the prognosis seemed to become increasingly dim for San Francisco Giants second...