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  • Mets sign Wily Mo Pena

     
    Here's the latest from the Mets: FLUSHING, N.Y., April 20, 2009 ??? The New York Mets today announced that they have signed outfielder Wily Mo Pena to a minor league contract. Pena will report to extended spring training in Port......
  • Marlins fans: Quick -- Check this outs

     
    Wondering what those Q???s are in left field at Dolphin Stadium during Marlins games? No, they???re not some obscure translation of the K???s that represent strikeouts. Marlins fans sitting in the power alley are keeping track of yet another baseball........
  • Buy a jersey, get free Marlins tickets

     
    As part of Major League Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig???s ???Fan Initiative??? aimed at providing ticket discounts and special offers, teams will give fans two free tickets to an upcoming game this season with the purchase of a replica jersey. The......
  • Jeff Brantley dismisses A-Rod pitch-tipping charge

     
    Some interesting observations from Jeff Brantley, a teammate of Alex Rodriguez on the 2001 Rangers, in an interview with Sirius XM's Chris Russo in the wake of the latest A-Rod allegations. Brantley is extremely skeptical that A-Rod was engaging in......
  • Gameday Live 84: Dodgers at Mets

     
    Gameday Live 84: Dodgers at Mets Greetings, Mets fans! I???m David Cassilo, and I will be taking you through tonight???s rubber game between the Mets and the Dodgers. The Mets are coming off a victory (a rare thing to say......
  • So long Orioles, spring training

     
    Negotiations and threats to leave Fort Lauderdale Stadium seemed to drag on for years. But on Wednesday, the Baltimore Orioles made an abrupt exit. The Sarasota City and County Commissions approved agreements that made way for the team to move......
  • IronPigs coaches are baseball lifers who love family time, too

    In 1955, Ray Burris' family business called for the then 5-year-old — who had yet to master reading a children's book — to pick cotton, milk cows and work in the hay, barley and tobacco fields in Oklahoma's small southwestern town of Duke....
  • In P.T. Barnum's Hometown, A Baseball Circus Named Pete Rose

    In P.T. Barnum's Hometown, A Baseball Circus Named Pete Rose
    BRIDGEPORT — Although the quote doesn't really belong to him, Phineas Taylor Barnum has been credited with saying there's a sucker born every minute. Like that sucker, I am drawn to Barnum's hometown to listen to Pete Rose and watch him manage an...
  • Pitching-rich U.Va. serious threat to win College World Series

    Pitching-rich U.Va. serious threat to win College World Series
    Many teams would have been doomed. Many coaches would have been stuck. Not Virginia. And not Brian O'Connor. Yes, O'Connor had used three starting pitchers in the first two games of the Cavaliers' NCAA tournament super regional against Maryland. And...
  • Cubs upcoming moves should be as obvious as 1-2-3

    Cubs upcoming moves should be as obvious as 1-2-3
    Groupthink compels us to believe the Cubs calling up minor leaguers Kris Bryant and Javier Baez or — gasp — signing ace Jeff Samardzija rather than trading him for more prospects would be as smart as bunting with two strikes. Square up...
  • It's time for Donald Sterling to leave the building, and be kept out

    It's time for Donald Sterling to leave the building, and be kept out
    OAKLAND — The saddest thing about this latest glimpse into Donald Sterling's soul isn't that the picture is swathed in ignorance and hate. The saddest thing is that we've seen it before. One didn't need to wake up Saturday morning and click on...