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Johan Santana

Starting left-handed pitcher for the New York Mets.
Starting left-handed pitcher for the New York Mets. « Show less

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  • Happy New York homecoming for Cubs' Mike Baxter

    Happy New York homecoming for Cubs' Mike Baxter
    Cubs outfielder Mike Baxter isn’t sure if the right shoulder injury he sustained while preserving Johan Santana’s no-hitter three years ago with the Mets derailed his career.
  • Matthew Centrowitz wins 1,500 at U.S. Outdoors

    Matthew Centrowitz wins 1,500 at U.S. Outdoors
    Matthew Centrowitz (Broadneck) of the Nike Oregon Project won the 1,500-meter run at the U.S. Outdoor Track and Field Championships on Saturday in Eugene, Ore., with a time of 3 minutes, 37.25 seconds. Robby Andrews of adidas was more than a second back,...

    Twins take it to Sale again, beat Chicago 6-1

    MINNEAPOLIS Only the Twins see Chris Sale, perhaps the AL's best pitcher over the past month, as a great opportunity. Minnesota clubbed the White Sox ace for six runs on Wednesday, a remarkable achievement considering Sale had allowed only three runs...

    Chris Sale off his game, but once again gets no help from teammates

     Chris Sale off his game, but once again gets no help from teammates
    Chris Sale said it was "cool" to be chasing a place in major-league history, but he would much rather be doing it on the way to a White Sox victory. The Twins drove the Sox left-hander from Target Field with neither a triumph nor a piece of history...

    Jeff Jacobs: Rodriguez Brightens Bleak Season For Sox Fans

    Jeff Jacobs: Rodriguez Brightens Bleak Season For Sox Fans
    BOSTON — The losses heaped on losses, oh, they have taken thousands of words and so much radio air time to dissect. The Red Sox wins? Sometimes they need only one word. After he had become the first pitcher since 1900 to go at least seven...