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CSN Washington Apr 27, 2016

LaRoche trolls White Sox on Twitter

Just because Adam LaRoche is done with baseball doesn’t mean he’s done going after the White Sox for not allowing his child to hang around the team as much as he preferred. 
CSN Washington Apr 27, 2016

LaRoche trolls White Sox ahead of Take Your Child To Work Day

Just because Adam LaRoche is done with baseball doesn’t mean he’s done going after the White Sox for not allowing his child to hang around the team as much as he preferred.
CSN Washington Apr 27, 2016

Nats place Belisle on DL, call up lefty; Revere to start rehab games

With Matt Belisle landing on the 15-day disabled list with a right calf strain, the Nats have called up a lefty reliever to take his place in the bullpen.
CSN Washington Apr 27, 2016

Dusty on how pitchers facing Harper reminds him of cowboy movies

One day after Bryce Harper was walked three times by the Phillies, two of those times intentionally, Nats manager Dusty Baker shared some extensive thoughts
CSN Washington Apr 27, 2016

Nats look to bounce back as Gio Gonzalez faces Phillies

Nats (14-5) vs. Phillies (10-10) at Nationals ParkThe Nationals will aim to bounce back from their series-opening loss against the Phillies on Tuesday night with
CSN Washington Apr 27, 2016

Bryce Harper has a new Will Ferrell/"Wedding Crashers" inspired dance

Forget making baseball fun again, Bryce Harper has begun doing something far more vital: Hes making irreverent, mid-2000s, shenanigans-filled comedies fun again. Thats a campaign
CSN Washington Apr 27, 2016

Podcast: 'Baseball in the District' - Scherzer's issues, road ahead

We are back with another episode, just in time to break down the struggles of Max Scherzer and reflect on the Nats wild 16-inning win.
CSN Washington Apr 27, 2016

Bryce Harper doesn't mind getting intentionally walked

Even with a healthy Nationals lineup and former Silver Slugger Ryan Zimmerman hitting behind him, there are plenty of situations where intentionally walking Bryce Harper
South Side Sox Apr 14, 2016

Adam LaRoche saga gets weirder, but not for the White Sox

First exclusive interview reveals details of offseason effort to fight sex trafficking in Asia, but nothing about the club After three years of misfortune and misery, everything's coming up White Sox over the first 10 days of the season. They're tied for first place, they've locked up a series victory against a divisional opponent with a chance to go for the kill today, and while they have weaknesses to address or compensate for, they've yet to show a fatal flaw. Here's another sign: Even when L'Affaire LaRoche resurfaces, it doesn't do any harm. The LaRoche thing was going to come back...
Chicago Tribune Apr 13, 2016

White Sox GM Rick Hahn on Adam LaRoche

White Sox GM Rick Hahn discusses the team's focus after Adam LaRoche's retirement.

White Sox GM Rick Hahn on Adam LaRoche

White Sox GM Rick Hahn discusses the team's focus after Adam LaRoche's retirement.

Ex-Twin Blaine Boyer went undercover in Asia to help sex slaves?

Plopped right in the middle of an interesting feature about Adam LaRoche on ESPN.com is this: “Then there’s this: LaRoche, along with Brewers pitcher Blaine Boyer, spent 10 days in November in Southeast Asian brothels, wearing a hidden camera and doing undercover work to help rescue underage sex slaves.” I’m sorry, what? Boyer, who had a sneakily effective year for the Twins (2.49 ERA in 68 appearances) in 2015 before signing with the Brewers in 2016 (no runs allowed in three outings so far), is apparently very good friends with LaRoche — the subject of much controversy this spring...
Chicago Tribune Apr 13, 2016

Just when we thought it was over, Adam LaRoche pulls us back in

It was just last Friday at the White Sox's home opener that general manager Rick Hahn all but declared the Adam LaRoche saga over. Hahn conceded the Sox "got distracted briefly in the middle" of camp, but now the season had begun and the controversy was in the rear view mirror. The Sox had already...

Adam LaRoche opens up on Drake, leaving baseball and work to fight sex slavery

Adam LaRoche spent several nights deciding whether he should leave baseball, and ultimately he told his teammates he was choosing his son over them, the former Sox designated hitter revealed in a lengthy interview with ESPN the Magazine. LaRoche told the magazine he understands the issues that...
Chicago Tribune Apr 13, 2016

Adam LaRoche opens up on Drake, leaving baseball and work to fight sex slavery

Adam LaRoche spent several nights deciding whether he should leave baseball, and ultimately he told his teammates he was choosing his son over them, the former Sox designated hitter revealed in a lengthy interview with ESPN the Magazine. LaRoche told the magazine he understands the issues that...

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