The Dodgers' John Foster was all smiles after scoring a run against the Outlaws on Saturday.
The Raptors' dugout.
The Titans' Tanner Pfortmiller takes a swing during a game against the Jets last Thursday at Youth Sports Inc.
Titans shortstop Collin McKee gets set to throw to first during a game last Thursday at Youth Sports Inc.
The Raptors' Braden Smith pitches the ball during a game against the Pistons last Wednesday at Youth Sports Inc.
The Jets' Dougie Easum takes a swing during his team's game against the Titans on Thursday at Youth Sports Inc.
The Hot Tamales' Delaney Dieker takes a swing during an LGFPA game last Monday.
The LGFPA Dusters' Amber Harvey makes a stop during a game last Monday.
The Pistons' Joe Amaro throws to first base for the final out in his team's 12-11 victory over the Raptors last Wednesday at Youth Sports Inc.
Roger Doiron of Scarborough, Maine, assists students at Pleasant Hill Elementary School in Scarborough with their garden. Doiron started a Web site called Kitchen Gardeners International, which promotes taking control of the food you eat and reducing the distance it travels by growing your own food in your backyard.
Rep. Dennis McKinney, D-Greensburg, left, talks with Rep. Ron Worley, R-Lenexa. The Legislature approved relief funding for the tornado that leveled most of Greensburg, including McKinney's home.
Jennifer Peters holds her son, Brett, while sitting in her great-great-grandmother's rocking chair that survived the May 4 tornado in Greensburg. Brett was born on May 6.
Rep. Bob Bethell, R-Alden, takes apart his desk after the 2007 legislative session adjourned Tuesday in Topeka. House members were allowed to buy their desks and chairs, which will be replaced as the House chamber is renovated before the beginning of the next session.
Keith Overton, chief operating officer of Tradewinds Islands Resorts, speaks to some of his employees Tuesday in St. Petersburg Beach, Fla. Overton said the two beachfront resorts he manages on Florida's west coast couldn't stay open without its 100 or so seasonal workers. Tradewinds Islands Resorts now gets most of its foreign workers through an agency that hires them on temporary visas from Jamaica and Thailand. They work as housekeepers, cooks and maintenance engineers.
The Under-9 Kaw Valley Select Fearsome Sea team competes in the Kaw Valley Cup Tournament March 30-April 1. From left are Will Laufer, Jinsuk Lee, Harrison Dumesich, Ethan Kallenberger, Andrew Ferguson, Aidan Wendt, coach Lauren Grieb and Robbie Kleibohmer. Grieb, of Lawrence, submitted the picture.
The Astle family, children Kayla, Mason and Ali, and parents Valerie and Evan, pose outside their new 5,700-square-foot home Tuesday in Kaysville, Utah. The state has the biggest concentration of big homes in the nation. Ali, 15, hates the idea of moving from the family's current 2,074-square-foot home. She'll be leaving her friends and attending her arch-rival high school in the fall.
Utah's Deron Williams (8) goes up for a shot against San Antonio's Tony Parker (9) and Michael Finley. The Spurs defeated the Jazz, 105-96, on Tuesday night in San Antonio.
KANSAS CITY'S ODALIS PEREZ delivers against Cleveland. Perez allowed three runs in six innings, and the Royals defeated the Indians, 4-3, on Tuesday night in Kansas City, Mo.
Palestinians on Tuesday flee the Palestinian refugee camp of Nahr al-Bared in the northern Lebanese city of Tripoli. Thousands of people fled from the area late Tuesday during a lull in the fighting in the third straight day of clashes between Lebanese troops and Islamic militants holed up in a north Lebanon refugee camp, Associated Press reporters at the scene said.
An Iraqi child stands next to the ruins of a car after a deadly blast in the Shiite-dominated neighborhood of Amil in Baghdad. A parked car bomb ripped through a packed outdoor market Tuesday in southwestern Baghdad, killing 25 people and injuring 60 others, despite a 3-month-old security crackdown meant to reduce violence in the capital.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid of Nevada talks with reporters Tuesday on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., following debate on the Iraq war funding bill.
This photo made available by ABC shows Apolo Anton Ohno and his partner, Julianne Hough, performing on "Dancing With the Stars" Monday in Los Angeles. Two-time Olympic gold medalist Ohno was named "Dancing With the Stars" champion Tuesday. The speed skater and Hough beat out former 'N Sync star Joey Fatone to win the ABC dance-off's mirror-ball trophy.
The Phenix-Ramler softball team took second place at the Cowtown Showdown in Basehor. Team members are: Lauren Byrn, Sydney Ramler, Jalyn Brecheisen, Alex Hill, Al Finucane, Jordan Erickson, Bailey Harrell, Madeline Brungardt, Haley Schwartz and Dellynn Hansen. Not pictured: Maryanne Smith and Katy Davis.
The DCABA Rough Riders.
Kansas Plowboy pitcher Jesse Blick delivers a pitch during tournament action.
U14 Kaw Valley Force player Marley Sutter.
Oliver Paranjothi and Julia Larkin wait to play during a Thunder and Lightning game Saturday at Youth Sports Inc.
DCABA Comet Daniel Clarke crosses the plate during a game Sunday at 4-H Fields.
Plowboys head coach Kirk Patterson sends Brett Shelton towards home as Alex Phelps reaches third base.
Quail Run Elementary School Track Club celebrated it's last
morning run on Monday, May 21. Fourth, fifth and sixth graders ran
before school on Monday and Thursday mornings last fall and this spring.
Students running a combined 26.2 miles (a marathon) earned a Track Club