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  • Buehrle's exit feels like Sox have gone from bad to Williams

    Buehrle's exit feels like Sox have gone from bad to Williams
    It was inevitable, but it still stinks. It stunk Wednesday afternoon when it became official, and it stinks worse this morning because it makes you want to fire somebody. Mark Buehrle signed with the Marlins. It’s not that Ozzie Guillen’s...
  • Who's the greatest pitcher of all time?

    Maddux dominant Kevin Cowherd Baltimore Sun OK, are we including cheaters? Or, ahem, alleged cheaters? If so, it's hard not to go with Mr. Steroid Scandal himself, Roger Clemens, with his 354 career wins, 3.12 ERA and 7 Cy Young Awards. But if...
  • SNERD - August 1, 2011

    Macca A "Hit" At Wrigley With music legend Paul McCartney wrapping up his two rocking shows last weekend at historic Wrigley Field, my music mavens were able to get their hands on Sir Paul's top secret concert rider for the Wrigley shows. The big...
  • Patrick Kane should not be traded

    Patrick Kane should not be traded
    Stop it, Chicago. Just stop it. Now. The Blackhawks are not going to trade Patrick Kane for a goalie. They are not going to trade him for a defenseman. Or two defensemen. Or a goalie and a defenseman. That's the type of talk being tossed out on talk...
  • On Faith: Baseball and religion

    I am pleased to respond to a special request from the features editor for a column timed with the start of the 2012 Major League Baseball season. I want to begin with a favorite story about my beloved Chicago Cubs: A 7-year-old Chicago boy challenged...
  • Cubs Say Goodbye To Jim Hendry

    Cubs Say Goodbye To Jim Hendry
    "We didn't win enough games." General managers, like managers, are hired to be fired. Jim Hendry knew that as well as anyone. He swung for the fences and you can argue that many of the moves that precipitated his downfall were borne of his urgency to...
  • Angels' Nick Adenhart had rekindled his early promise

    Angels' Nick Adenhart had rekindled his early promise
    He bounced into the Angels clubhouse Wednesday wearing a faded Washington Redskins T-shirt and hole-pocked blue jeans, a reminder that the player who would throw six shutout innings against the Oakland Athletics that night was, really, just a kid. Nick...
  • Colletti Goes to Work in a Big Hurry

    Moments after the Dodgers ducked into their clubhouse for the last time, the New York Mets celebrating on the field and a sellout crowd filing out of Dodger Stadium, General Manager Ned Colletti patted rookie catcher Russell Martin on the shoulder and...
  • Re-signing Mark Buehrle sure looks good now

    Some rules, like records, are made to be broken. Thank goodness that Jerry Reinsdorf didn't let one of his unwritten ones get in the way of his baseball franchise a few years back. Reinsdorf is a strong believer in limiting ownership's risk by not...
  • Braves Won't Re-sign Andruw Jones

    The Atlanta Braves are cutting ties with Andruw Jones, saying they can't afford to keep the perennial Gold Glove center fielder who's spent his entire career with the organization.    General manager John Schuerholz announced the decision Tuesday, shortly...
  • Jeff Kent tries to remove foot from his cheek

    Jeff Kent tries to remove foot from his cheek
    I apologize. I got so rattled after hearing Jeff Kent criticize Vin Scully, I had Kent batting ahead of Manny Ramirez in paragraph one and behind him in paragraph two in Sunday's column. Don't know who told the 7-Eleven Kid, but she refused to go out...