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  • Sox look great on paper—is that enough to win it all?

    Sox look great on paper—is that enough to win it all?
    At one point this offseason, the White Sox had the spotlight to themselves in Chicago. Other than winning the World Series in 2005, I don't think that has happened before. Even though the shine didn't last long, it showed that the team was serious about...
  • Red Sox Ace Pedro Martinez Expected To Get Hall Of Fame Call Today

    BOSTON — As a Los Angeles Dodgers broadcaster, Nomar Garciaparra watched Clayton Kershaw become the dominant pitcher in the National League, winning three of the last four NL Cy Young Awards — the last one unanimously. But when fans ask if...
  • Stu Miller, pitcher who played for SF and NY Giants, dies at 87

    Stu Miller, pitcher who played for SF and NY Giants, dies at 87
    Stu Miller, the former San Francisco Giants pitcher who committed perhaps the most famous balk in All-Star game history during a windy baseball game at Candlestick Park in 1961, has died. He was 87. Miller died Sunday at his home in the Sacramento...
  • Test your Baseball Hall of Fame knowledge with this trivial quiz

    Test your Baseball Hall of Fame knowledge with this trivial quiz
    Will the eighth time be the charm for Tim Raines? The 2015 Baseball Hall of Fame class will be announced this afternoon, and Sanford native Raines is on the ballot again. The veteran outfielder, like the others under consideration, needs to have his name...
  • Former Orioles relief pitcher Stu Miller dies at 87

    Former Orioles relief pitcher Stu Miller dies at 87
    Stu Miller, the fearless, soft-tossing pitcher who joined the Orioles in the twilight of his career and became an integral part of the team's stellar bullpens of the mid-1960s, died Sunday at his home in Cameron Park, Calif., following a brief illness. He...
  • Possible destinations for Ryan Howard

    Possible destinations for Ryan Howard
    It's no secret that one of the top priorities for the Philadelphia Phillies this offseason is making sure Ryan Howard is not on the roster come April 6 when they open the season against the Boston Red Sox. The Phillies have been wrestling with the...
  • How Could Any Writer Not Vote For Pedro Martinez?

    How Could Any Writer Not Vote For Pedro Martinez?
    He sent chills down our spines. Yes, every time he went to the mound, gripped the ball and unsprung that small, tightly wound frame on the world, Pedro Martinez sent chills up and down our backbones. Pedro didn't pitch games. He pitched events. He was...
  • Buck Showalter had unique perspective in watching Randy Johnson's evolution

    Buck Showalter had unique perspective in watching Randy Johnson's evolution
    Buck Showalter was a first-year manager in the New York Yankees’ minor league system in 1985 when he first noticed a long, lanky left-hander named Randy Johnson. It was hard to miss the 21-year-old Johnson, who was in his first professional season...
  • Draw your own conclusions on what's keeping Orioles from hosting All-Star Game

    Draw your own conclusions on what's keeping Orioles from hosting All-Star Game
    It certainly would have been nice to host Major League Baseball's All-Star Game at Camden Yards in July 2016, but Baltimore has reportedly fallen out of contention for the Midsummer Classic and all the economic benefits that make it a highly coveted civic...
  • Randy Johnson looks to be shoo-in for Hall of Fame

    Randy Johnson looks to be shoo-in for Hall of Fame
    PHOENIX — At 6-foot-10, Randy Johnson stood on the mound and looked down on batters, an intimidating presence before he even threw the ball. And when he let it fly, his talent matched his imposing stature. With a menacing fastball and...
  • Jimmy Rollins hopes to help Dodgers make history

    Jimmy Rollins hopes to help Dodgers make history
    Jimmy Rollins was the shortstop of the Philadelphia Phillies in 2008 when they won their first World Series in 28 years. "It was like you made your mark in history," Rollins said. "The old-timers no longer have to worry about the 1980 team being the...