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  • Adam LaRoche fills big hole in the White Sox lineup and in the clubhouse

    Adam LaRoche fills big hole in the White Sox lineup and in the clubhouse
    When the White Sox traded Adam Dunn to the A's last August, nobody worried about missing Dunn's strikeouts or his Mendoza Line batting average. Nobody wondered how the Sox would survive without Dunn, despite his knack for occasionally hitting the ball...
  • Clayton Kershaw and Mike Trout are L.A.'s dueling MVPs of summer

    Clayton Kershaw and Mike Trout are L.A.'s dueling MVPs of summer
    For six months they shared the wide eyes and wild cheers of witnesses from a grateful region that fell in love with its baseball supermen. Standing atop the mound at Dodger Stadium, Clayton Kershaw would throw faster than a speeding bullet. Racing...
  • Phillies' Hamels to Cubs could jumpstart rebuilding like it did in Kansas City

    Phillies' Hamels to Cubs could jumpstart rebuilding like it did in Kansas City
    The last few offseasons the Phillies have wavered back and forth on whether they should rebuild or retool. Every year the answer was retool — until this year that is. Now that Philadelphia's front office has finally come to the realization...
  • Ryan Howard's days with the Phillies numbered?

    The general manager meetings are underway in Phoenix this week meaning that there will be a plethora of rumors fueling MLB's Hot Stove season. Just one full day into the meetings and Ryan Howard has found his name among those circulating in the rumors....
  • Are Philadelphia sports fans really the worst? Lists don't lie

    Let's talk about Philadelphia sports fans. Are they really the worst people in the country? Seems like a fair question when you look at the body of evidence. Some examples: •A man in a Santa suit was booed at an Eagles game in 1968, which started...
  • MLB needs to rekindle fan interest in the World Series

    The pressure is off, America. The Fall-Over Classic is finished. No more baseball games, better known as Four Hours With Strangers. No more fourth-place teams battling fifth-place teams for a first-place trophy. No more rules chaos, home-field confusion...
  • Wilde pitch to Series MVP wins with technology and stuff

    Wilde pitch to Series MVP wins with technology and stuff
    Here's to you, Rikk Wilde, you big, sweaty, hyperventilating sales genius. The World Series error you were pegged with after Game 7 on Wednesday night had been changed to a hit by Thursday morning. #ChevyGuy, you get the win. Credit the save to...
  • Orioles and Royals to meet in showdown that defies baseball logic

    Orioles and Royals to meet in showdown that defies baseball logic
    There are all sorts of statistics out there to help you discern who's going to have the advantage in the upcoming American League Championship Series between the Orioles and the Kansas City Royals, but you know — in your hearts — that none...
  • Bold free-agent moves needed if Orioles want World Series title

    Bold free-agent moves needed if Orioles want World Series title
    The Orioles didn't fall short of the World Series by much this year, and the obvious case can be made that the return of some key players will make them a stronger team in 2015. But this is no time to take the pedal off the metal. When the free-...
  • Baseball's Johnny Damon Comes To Hartford

    Baseball's Johnny Damon Comes To Hartford
    Two things you should know if you are a Johnny Damon fan. You can see him on television in January on 'Celebrity Apprentice,' and you won't be seeing him playing any more professional baseball. A very polished Damon, the former Yankees, Red Sox,...
  • Pitching deals mean White Sox mean business: The future is now

    Pitching deals mean White Sox mean business: The future is now
    No better way for the White Sox to mark the 10-year anniversary of winning the World Series than celebrating another one in 2015. Admittedly, that sounds outrageous to suggest for a team 16 games below .500 last year, but it accurately depicts the...