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Maddux, Glavine, Thomas lead Baseball Hall of Fame ballot

Maddux, Glavine, Thomas lead Baseball Hall of Fame ballot

NEW YORK, Nov. 26 (UPI) -- Pitchers Greg Maddux and Tom Glavine, with six Cy Young Awards between them, and two-time MVP Frank Thomas are new names on the Baseball Hall of Fame ballot.

ICRC helps repatriate Sudanese POWs

KHARTOUM, Sudan, Sept. 27 (UPI) -- The International Committee of the Red Cross announced it helped repatriate 19 South Sudanese prisoners of war freed by the Sudanese government.

Newspaper defends Muslim terror cartoon

SYDNEY, Nova Scotia, July 29 (UPI) -- The editor of a Canadian newspaper is refusing to apologize for an editorial cartoon showing two Muslim men commenting on last week's Oslo terror attacks.

Jockstrip: The world as we know it.

Suspect got away clean, almost … NYC turtlenapping: 1 count or 2? … Crasher head-butted ball organizer … Bride and groom arrested at reception … The world as we know it from UPI.

NYC turtlenapping: 1 count or 2?

NEW YORK, Aug. 18 (UPI) -- A Brooklyn, N.Y., pet-store owner is appealing to a shoplifter who made off with his two-headed turtle to bring back the missing reptile.

MLB: Boston 8, Texas 4

BOSTON, Aug. 13 (UPI) -- Three players knocked in two runs Wednesday, propelling Boston to an 8-4 victory against the Texas Rangers.

MLB: Boston 7, Philadelphia 4

PHILADELPHIA, June 18 (UPI) -- J.D. Drew's three-run first inning homer ignited Boston's 7-4 victory at Philadelphia Wednesday afternoon.

MLB: Seattle 8, Boston 0

BOSTON, June 6 (UPI) -- Felix Hernandez and two relievers combined on a seven-hit shutout Friday when the Seattle Mariners beat Boston 8-0.

MLB: Seattle 1, Boston 0

SEATTLE, May 29 (UPI) -- Yuniesky Betancourt hit a home run and J.J. Putz survived a ninth-inning jam Wednesday to hand Seattle a 1-0 victory over Boston.

MLB: Boston 5, Milwaukee 3

BOSTON, May 17 (UPI) -- A three-run homer by David Ortiz Saturday helped the Boston Red Sox beat Milwaukee 5-3 in the opener of a day/night doubleheader at Fenway Park.

MLB: Boston 12, Detroit 6

BOSTON, April 10 (UPI) -- Sean Casey drove in three runs Thursday and the Boston Red Sox pounded out 13 hits in running over Detroit 12-6.

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Snakes chilly but safe after N.Y. crash … Hotel staff tricked by drunken act … Chicken bones led to arrest in burglary … ATM theft not easy for Missouri thieves … The world as we know it from UPI.

Snakes chilly but safe after NYC crash

NEW YORK, Jan. 6 (UPI) -- A fiery traffic accident in Manhattan nearly turned into a scene from an Indiana Jones film when one of the cars turned out to be hauling dozens of snakes.

State, Defense OK contractor memorandum

WASHINGTON, Dec. 5 (UPI) -- U.S. State and Defense department officials in Iraq have approved a memorandum of understanding outlining policies for private security contractors.

AL: Detroit 13, Chicago 3

CHICAGO, Sept. 30 (UPI) -- Magglio Ordonez had three hits Sunday, to claim the American League batting title and help power the Detroit Tigers past the Chicago White Sox, 13-3.
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Sean Thomas Casey (born July 2, 1974, in Willingboro Township, New Jersey), nicknamed "the Mayor," is a former Major League Baseball first baseman for the Cleveland Indians, Cincinnati Reds, Pittsburgh Pirates, Detroit Tigers, and Boston Red Sox.

Casey attended Upper St. Clair High School in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and graduated from the University of Richmond, where he was a member of the Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity. His .461 batting average in 1995 led all Division I players. He was drafted in 1995 in the 2nd round by the Cleveland Indians and was traded to the Cincinnati Reds before the 1998 season. Casey had his best year in 1999 hitting .332 with 25 HRs and 99 RBIs and 103 runs scored in 151 games. In 1999, he won the Hutch Award.

During his tenure in Cincinnati, and later in Pittsburgh and Detroit, Sean Casey was regarded as approachable and friendly, and his nickname, "the Mayor," comes from his reputation for chatting casually with every runner who makes it to first base, and from his very public charity work. It was frequently expanded to "the Mayor of Riverfront" when the Reds played at Riverfront Stadium. On May 16, 2007, Casey was voted in 2007 as "the friendliest player in baseball" by fellow players in a Sports Illustrated poll. He garnered 46% of the vote with the second place player Jim Thome getting only 7%. Casey is also regarded as among the slowest-running players in the game, grounding into 27 double plays in the 2005 season. This tied him with A.J. Pierzynski for the record of most Grounding in Double Plays by a National League Left Hander in a season.

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