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Angelo Que saved the third round for Filipinos Saturday after taking over the leaderboard of the Philippine Open, Asia’s oldest golf tournament, by firing a 6-under-par 66, just one shot ahead of round one and round two leader Kodai Ichihara of…

Local star Angelo Que enjoyed a memorable home triumph when he lifted the Philippine Open title on Sunday. The Manila-based Que fired a one-over-par 73 in the final round and claimed his second success on the Asian Tour at the…

Australian Adam Scott begins his quest for a second Johnnie Walker Classic title today with every intention of adding India to his growing list of global victories. The world number five starts as firm favourite at the Arnold Palmer-designed DLF…

After grabbing the title at the Accenture Match Play event, Tiger Woods is now fourth on the U.S. PGA Tour’s all-time wins list with 63 career victories, passing Arnold Palmer who had 62, and two notches away from taking Ben Hogan’s position at…

In-form Retief Goosen will be one of the top draws at the upcoming US$2.3 million BMW Asian Open from April 24-27 at Tomson Pudong Golf Club, as the South African star comes to Shanghai on a high note after an…

Australian veteran Peter O’Malley snatched the first round lead at the BMW Asian Open on Thursday as in-form Indian star Jeev Milkha Singh headed the chasing pack. A refreshed O’Malley, searching for a first victory in three years, sank six…

The big Ulsterman fired five birdies against no bogeys at the Tomson Shanghai Pudong Golf Club to edge ahead of overnight co-leader Robert-Jan Derksen of the Netherlands, who returned a 69. Little-known Englishman Robert Dinwiddie produced the day’s best of…

Irish eyes were smiling once again for Darren Clarke when he claimed an emotional victory with a heroic final-hole birdie at the BMW Asian Open on Sunday. The Ulsterman drained a 30-foot putt on the 18th hole to beat a…

Defending champion Kim Kyung-tae of Korea will lead the local charge at next week’s GS Caltex Maekyung Open with the intention of keeping the trophy firmly on home soil for the fourth straight year. Former British Open winner Mark Calcavecchia…

Korea’s Jun Tae-hyun fired a four-under-par 68 and joined early pace setter Hwang In-choon at the top of the field at the halfway stage of the GS Caltex Maekyung Open Golf Championship on Friday. Jun fired five birdies against a…

The Asian Tour will welcome a new event on its record 2008 Schedule following a landmark agreement to stage the Singha Thailand PGA Championship presented by The Sports Authority of Thailand next month. The US$500,000 tournament will be played at…
Lefty-Poor Washington Nationals Suffer Net Loss this Offseason

It’s hard to top a 98-win season, but the Nationals are trying to nevertheless. So far this offseason, they’ve shaken up their young roster. After watching their young team dominate opponents for 162 games last year, only to witness their…
MLB Draft Scouting Report: Kyle Zimmer

Though the majority of baseball analysts believed that Mark Appel would be the 2012 MLB Draft’s top overall pick, and the first bay area pitcher to hear his name called last night, Kyle Zimmer ended up taking home the honors…
MLB Draft Scouting Report: Byron Buxton

Last night, the Minnesota Twins selected Byron Buxton with the MLB Draft’s second overall pick. Many baseball analysts predicted that Buxton would hear his name called by the Astros, at the number-one overall slot. For the Twins, the young phenom’s…
2012 MLB Draft Scouting Report: Addison Russell

Addison Russell Shortstop/Second Base/Third Base Pace High School (FL) MLB Draft Prospect Rank: #16 Overall Future Potential: 58 Drafted: 1st Round, 11th Overall by the Oakland Athletics Pace High School alumnus Addison Russell does not fit the traditional pro shortstop…
2012 MLB Draft Scouting Report: Gavin Cecchini

Gavin Cecchini Shortstop/Second Base Alfred M. Barbe High School (LA) Drafted: 1st Rd, 12th Overall by New York Mets Overall Future Potential: 58 The younger brother of top Red Sox prospect Garin Cecchini, Gavin was born in to a baseball family…
Interview with 2013 MLB Draft Prospect Errol Robinson

St. John’s College High School shortstop, Errol Robinson, has quickly developed into one of the nation’s premier shortstops (background and scouting report). Though he’d always dreamed of earning a baseball scholarship from a top college, and ultimately playing professional baseball,…
2013 MLB Draft Day 1 Recap: Washington Nationals Find Their Hidden Gem

Heading into the draft, I mapped out the Washington Nationals’ unique situation for DistrictSportsPage.com, in my article Washington Nationals MLB Draft Preview: Local Prospects and Hidden Gems. I wrote-up extensive reports on many of the prospects that the Nats had…
Prospect Spotlight: Jacob Rhodes is Trying to Catch On

Meet Jacob Rhodes, a twenty-three-year-old former All-State, All-Conference and All-American catcher with a packed trophy case and a top-notch resume of division-one baseball.   As long as he can remember, Rhodes has played baseball. He loves the game. And ever…