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There's only one thing to ask about what Larry Lucchino and the Red Sox front office have done to Theo Epstein's legacy in Boston: Does he have to give back the two World Series rings? Have you ever seen an airplane drop down low from the clouds and...
Seeing Roger Clemens on the verge of becoming a 50-year-old big league starter makes me feel bad for Jamie Moyer. While not blessed with Clemens' powerful build or pitching repertoire, Moyer got the absolute most out of his career — and he didn't...
Does Jim Leyland have a flair for the dramatic? We're going to find out when he sets the Tigers' pitching rotation for next weekend's series against the White Sox. If he prioritizes the head-to-head meeting with the first-place Sox, we will get one of...
It won't be pretty Phil Rogers Chicago Tribune Tarnished as he is, Roger Clemens could find plenty of better things to do than what he will do this weekend — pitch for the Sugar Land Skeeters. It's unclear if Clemens wants this to be the...
Who's running asylum? Peter Schmuck Baltimore Sun This is both a simple question and a complex one. If the Red Sox go in the tank like they did last September, it's hard to imagine Bobby Valentine lasting the season. But owners John Henry and Larry...
Dodgers or Rangers Lance Pugmire Los Angeles Times The Rangers became a strong player in the pursuit of Zack Greinke with this week's season-long injury loss of starter Colby Lewis. The Dodgers' acquisition of shortstop Hanley Ramirez of Miami,...
It's never easy for Jerry Reinsdorf and the White Sox, but year after year they find ways to stretch the payroll and keep things interesting. That sweetheart stadium deal certainly helps. So does the Comcast SportsNet Chicago deal. But at the end of...
Dodgers plugged holes Lance Pugmire Los Angeles Times While the Angels landing former Cy Young Award winner Zack Greinke filled a much-needed gap in their effort to win the AL West, the Dodgers stand as the trade-deadline winner by plugging so many...
Tags: Brett Myers, Ariel Pena, Kevin Youkilis, Sports, Tropicana Field
Showalter masterful Peter Schmuck Baltimore Sun Buck Showalter has done a masterful job of squeezing enough out of the Orioles roster to keep them viable in the American League wild-card race this long. Really, there's no other way to explain how a...
Almost two months remain in the season andA.J. Pierzynskialready has a career high in home runs. Does that surprise you? Pierzynski insists he's not surprised. He says he called this shot during a spring training conversation with former Twins...
Tags: Bruce Chen, Kenny Williams, Brett Myers, Jake Peavy, Sports
Facing a dilemma Jim Peltz Los Angeles Times Of course the concern is justified; both pitchers are young (Chris Sale of the White Sox is 23; Stephen Strasburg of the Nationals is 24) and both will be key figures in the long-term success of their clubs,...
You can't quite see it from here, but the finish line is about to appear in the distance for baseball's oversized pack of contenders. The collapses by the Red Sox and Braves last season caution against reaching any conclusions at this point. But for...
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