NASCAR penalizes Waltrip team; Ryan Newman replaces Martin Truex Jr. in Chase Now Newman gets the chance to compete for the title in his final races with Stewart-Haas Racing. He won the Brickyard this year and has 17 career victories overall. “Obviously, we’re very pleased with NASCAR’s decision to provide Ryan Newman’s ... 09/8/2013 - 1:00 pm | View Link
Points system penalizes Chase contenders One mistake by a driver at Talladega -- even if the mistake is made by one of the 12 Chase drivers, as it was with Tony Stewart in this unbelievably wild finish -- shouldn't be so costly for the others battling for a championship. One engine or ... 10/8/2012 - 8:03 am | View Link
NASCAR penalizes Tony Stewart, Nationwide team The jury had the option of convicting Chavez of two similar charges. Jurors chose the charge with the wording of “devising a plan” to cause harm over the charge that stated he was planning, attempting or conspiring to commit an act of violence. 07/10/2012 - 9:30 pm | View Link
NASCAR penalizes Sprint Cup champion's team and two Nationwide teams The NASCAR sheriffs in Daytona had a busy Tuesday announcing penalties against the Tony Stewart’s Sprint Cup team and two Nationwide Series teams. Inspectors found an unapproved open vent hose inside Stewart’s car after his qualifying run at the Coke ... 07/10/2012 - 8:38 pm | View Link
NASCAR Penalizes Teams NASCAR announced Tuesday that three different teams were to receive penalties. Austin Dillion and the No.3 team, Joe Gibbs Racing’s No.18 team and Tony Stewart and the No.14 team all received penalties for infractions at Daytona International Speedway. 07/10/2012 - 11:13 am | View Link
ORLANDO - As the Giants continue to discuss possible trade options for a left fielder, teams are asking for their young pitching, including Kyle Crick, the 49th overall draft pick in 2011.
The Yankees are shopping outfielders, including Brett Gardner, but the Giants don't appear a match if only because the Yankees' asking price will be high and include a starter who's major-league-ready.
On the free-agent front, the Giants have discussed outfielders Mike Morse and Corey Hart, but their injury history and anticipated salaries raise red flags.
Trainer Dave Groeschner said Pablo Sandoval is relaying positive reports about his weight and fitness, and Buster Posey informed manager Bruce Bochy he's working on strengthening his legs to keep him durable behind the plate.