Baylor and Texas Tech don't have to wait any longer to find out how their nonconference schedules prepared them for the rigors of Big 12 play. As the conference tips off on Friday, six Big 12 teams -- more than half of the league -- are ranked in the Top 25. Show More Summary
What challenges does secularism pose to people of faith? This was the topic of the inaugural event of Baylor University’s Robert P. George initiative, supported by the Witherspoon Institute and the American Enterprise Institute’s Values...Show More Summary
When Rick Honeycutt was a major league pitcher, he owned Barry Bonds, holding him to one hit in 12 at-bats. But he couldn’t get Don Baylor out, the former Angel reaching him for five home runs and 10 runs batted in over 39 at-bats. So the Dodgers pitching coach is well versed in the intricacies,...
Don Baylor, a former American League MVP and manager of the Colorado Rockies, passed away at 68 from cancer on Monday. Baylor died in a hospital in his hometown of Austin, Texas, after battling with multiple myeloma for 14 years. “Don...Show More Summary
A veteran of six teams, Baylor had a talent for being hit by a pitch — 267 times, in all.
The reactions carried common themes in the Angels’ clubhouse after the death Monday of Don Baylor: Class person. Full of integrity. Someone who affected their lives profoundly. Baylor might first be known for his playing career, specifically as the 1979 American League most valuable player for...
Don Baylor, the 1979 AL MVP with the California Angels who went on to become NL Manager of the Year with the Colorado Rockies in 1995, has died. He was 68.
The Nationals manager spoke about his Baylor, their time as opponents, and losing friends.
Don Baylor and Bobby Grich grew up as Baltimore Orioles, playing on a legendary Rochester Triple-A team. “We had a mantra throughout that organization that I never heard anywhere else,” Grich said Monday. “We said, ‘If we win, everybody had a good year.’’’ If you played with Don Baylor, you had a good year. You […]
Universally respected for his "fierce dignity," Baylor was of only four men to win a MVP award as a player and later win manager of the year.
The former manager and postseason hero was 68. Don Baylor, former MVP and manager of the Rockies and Cubs, passed away at the age of 68. He was widely respected around the game, and he will be missed. Baylor was responsible for huge postseason home runs for three different franchises, which was a neat trick. Show More Summary
The Angels never really became a major league team until Don Baylor showed up. They were born in Los Angeles, shared Dodger Stadium for four years, then moved to Anaheim and renamed themselves the California Angels in trying to escape the Dodgers’ shadow. The scoreboard is what it is, even if you...
He was 1979 MVP with the California Angels and manager of the year with the Colorado Rockies in 1995.
Don Baylor, the former AL MVP and manager who died of cancer on Monday, leaves a legacy of strength and leadership.
Don Baylor, who won the 1979 American League MVP as a member of the Angels in 1979 and was National League manager of the year with the Colorado Rockies in 1995, has died. He was 68. Baylor died Monday at a hospital in Austin, Texas, his son, Don Baylor Jr., told the Austin American-Statesman....
Don Baylor made three trips to the World Series and won an AL MVP during his 19 season in the MLB.
Don Baylor, the former Yankee who won the American League MVP with the California Angels in 1979, died Monday of cancer. He was 68.
Don Baylor, the 1979 American League MVP, died Monday of cancer ESPN reported. He was 68. “Don passed from this earth with the same fierce dignity with which he played the game and lived his life,” his wife, Rebecca, said in a statement. Baylor played for the Orioles, Athletics, Angels, Yankees, Red Sox and Twins […]
Former major league baseball player and manager Don Baylor, who won the American League MVP award in 1979, died Monday at the age of 68, the Austin American-Statesman reports. The Austin native had been battling multiple myeloma since 2003. Baylor was selected by the Baltimore Orioles in the second round of the 1967 MLB draft and went on […]
Don Baylor, who spent 19 seasons in the majors with six teams and was a manager for nine years, died of cancer on Monday at 68.