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Mark Buehrle

Mark Buehrle
A collection of news and information related to Mark Buehrle published by Tribune Company sources.
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  • Bullpen doing its part

     
    Phillies relievers may have been the weakest link earlier this season, but in the last three weeks, they're been doing more than their fair share. In the last 19 games (since July 20), the Phillies bullpen has posted a National......
  • Ryan Tannehill talks about his visit with Dolphins

    Ryan Tannehill talks about his visit with Dolphins
  • Your Morning Phil: A-Rod, rain, Giants

    Your Morning Phil: A-Rod, rain, Giants
    ST. LOUIS -- Talking playoff baseball while flirting from the doghouse, a la A-Rod. 1. Would the Yankees actually trade Alex Rodriguez to the Marlins? You better believe they would. Late last week, I proposed that the Yankees should deal Rodriguez to his...
  • Matt Wieters and Orioles shut out of 'Fielding Bible' awards

    Matt Wieters and Orioles shut out of 'Fielding Bible' awards
    The Fielding Bible Award selections, which will be featured in the Annual Bill James Handbook, were announced today, and Orioles catcher Matt Wieters did not repeat as a winner. The awards, which go to the best defensive player at each position, no...
  • Ruiz on pace for career year

    Ruiz on pace for career year
    When it comes to deciding who's going to play where defensively, Phillies manager Charlie Manuel has loads of flexibility. Ty Wigginton can play first, second or third base. Laynce Nix can man left field or first. John Mayberry Jr. can go to any of the...
  • Underestimate Mike Redmond at your own peril

    Underestimate Mike Redmond at your own peril
    Here's what the Marlins won't be getting with Mike Redmond as their next manager. Marketing sizzle. An outsized personality suitable for cable TV reality shows. The experience of having managed a World Series winner somewhere else. Instant relevance...
  • Thing 1: Will Mike Redmond ever get to manage Josh Johnson?

    Three Things to consider as the Miami Marlins introduce their sixth manager in the past 28 months: Thing 1: Wrote today's column in the Sun Sentinel on Mike Redmond and his chances of success as baseball's youngest active big-league manager. I have no...
  • Felix fuels Mariners' 7th win in row

    Felix fuels Mariners' 7th win in row
    (This story was written by Greg Johns, a reporter for MLB.com) The Mariners didn't need Felix Hernandez to be perfect Tuesday night, but he was awfully good once again. Good enough, it turns out, to pitch Seattle to its seventh straight win, 5-1, over...
  • Sox hopes rest on Sale's shoulders

    Sox hopes rest on Sale's shoulders
    Chris Sale tried to be like a sponge whenever Mark Buehrle was around, soaking up pitching knowledge. It was the same way Buehrle had learned from David Wells, sitting next to him in the White Sox dugout during games in his first full season. The...
  • Spending limits change the game in baseball draft

    Spending limits change the game in baseball draft
    A year ago, some team might have made an offer that rocked Alex Young's world. The Pirates, Nationals or Red Sox, maybe even the Cubs, might have dug deep for the left-hander from Carmel High School. They still could, of course, but 2012 is definitely...
  • Class 4A: Lake Central's McNamara shuts out Roncalli

    Class 4A: Lake Central's McNamara shuts out Roncalli
    As the Roncalli Rebels (23-9-1) stood along the third baseline collecting their red ribboned medals on Saturday night, you could see a mixture of emotions coming from each individual player as the runner-up gold medal was placed around his neck. Some...