BELLINGHAM — Archbishop Murphy, the defending state champion, returned to the semifinals with a pair of victories Sunday in the rain-delayed Class 2A baseball regional tournament at Joe Martin Stadium. The top-ranked Wildcats (23-2) beat White River 2-0 behind ace Derrick Mahlum's two-hitter, then stopped Lynden 3-1 behind another standout pitching effort from Zander Clouse. The ...
Detroit Tigers starting pitcher. The surging Rangers look to build on another strong offensive performance against Fister and the struggling Tigers on Sunday ...
Josh Lindblom is not a stranger to the Major Leagues, having appeared in 101 games combined for the Dodgers and Phillies since 2011. On Monday, though, the 25-year-old right-hander will toe the rubber in a big league game for the first time as a starter, when he and the Rangers take on Bartolo Colon and the A's at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington. Lindblom joins Texas to replace Alexi ...
The Astros will host the Royals in a battle of struggling teams at Minute Maid Park on Monday. For Houston, however, manager Bo Porter is encouraged by what he has seen from his team recently. The Astros just narrowly missed a split on their six-game trip through Detroit and Pittsburgh with a 1-0 loss Sunday. "These guys are doing a tremendous job," Porter said. "That's the ...
EyeOnBaseball Fans at Target Field saw more than the Twins' fifth straight loss. The longest delay ever at the ballpark lasted long enough for the 1993 movie "The Sandlot" to be shown in its entirety on the videoboard. Several cast and crew members were at the stadium to celebrate the film's 20th anniversary. When asked what he did during the delay, Lackey laughed and ...
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Carlos Ruiz -- are scheduled to undergo MRIs on Monday.Howard was out of the lineup for Sunday's win over the Reds because of left-knee soreness, which he's been dealing with for several days. Howard, who's batting .245/.282/.430 with six homers this season, missed significant time last year after rupturing his Achilles' in the 2011 playoffs.Ruiz felt a "pop" in his ...
Deer Lakes' Josh Plocki slaps hands with Scott Ventura in the sixth inning of a WPIAL Class AA baseball playoff game against Greensburg Central Catholic on Wednesday, May 15, 2013, at Fox Chapel High ...
Hempfield base runner Luke Fox slides safely past the tag of Fox Chapel second baseman Joshua Anderson with a stolen base in the fifth inning of their WPIAL Class AAAA opening-round playoff game May 13, 2013, at Gateway High School in Monroeville. Hempfield defeated Fox Chapel, ...
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Email SAN DIEGO -- It looks like left-hander Ross Detwiler will not go on the disabled list, according to manager Davey Johnson. However, Detwiler will miss his scheduled start on Monday against the Giants because of a right oblique strain. Johnson said the oblique is getting better and it's possible Detwiler will miss just the one start. If it continues to get better, Detwiler will play ...
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ST. LOUIS, MO U.S. researchers have developed a new fast-acting drug against malaria that appears to avoid the problem with current medicines, which often lose their effectiveness against increasingly drug-resistant strains of malaria parasites, called Plasmodium.
Scientists say the new malaria medicine may have a decisive edge against this persistent tropical-world killer.
Michael Riscoe of Oregon Health and Science University, in the U.S. Northwest, says the new drug, known as ELQ-300, targets the mitochondria -- energy-producing structures in the parasite's cells -- and the DNA building blocks they produce.
A chemical model of ELQ-300. (Image courtesy of Michael Riscoe) x A chemical model of ELQ-300. (Image courtesy of Michael Riscoe) "So the Plasmodium mitochondrion serves as a factory to make these DNA building blocks, but this is completely blocked by ELQ-300," explains Riscoe. "Studies show that the drug acts very quickly to shut down this process. In fact, (in) only about 10 minutes.rdquo;
Perhaps the biggest obstacle in the fight against malaria, Riscoe adds, is the Plasmodium parasite's ability to mutate and develop resistance to each new drug used against the disease. ...
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