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  • Question of the day: What’s been the best MLB postseason pitching matchup in recent memory? [Updated]

     
    Writers from around Tribune Co. weigh in on the topic. Check back throughout the day for more responses, and feel free to leave a comment of your own. Bill Kline, The Morning Call It was 1968, the Year of the......
  • John Smoltz blasts 'computer guy' pitch-count mentality

     
    John Smoltz on Friday blasted what he called the "computer guy" mentality that he says has prompted teams to remove a pitcher too soon for the good of the pitcher or the team. "There's no excuse to not be able......
  • Sports Legend Revealed: Did Cy Young and Amos Rusie help keep Zane Grey from becoming a pro baseball player?

     
    BASEBALL LEGEND: Amos Rusie and Cy Young helped to keep Zane Grey from becoming a major league pitcher. STATUS: True (in a roundabout way). Pearl Zane Grey (better known as just Zane Grey) was one of the most prolific and......
  • Pitching duel on tap for Game 1 of World Series

     
    Texas ace Cliff Lee looks to improve his career postseason record to 8-0 when the Rangers take on the host San Francisco Giants starting at 4:57 p.m. PDT. Of course, he'll have plenty of difficulty trying to out-pitch two-time Cy......
  • World Series Game 1: Texas Rangers vs. San Francisco Giants, inning by inning

     
    Rangers lead, 1-0, after first inning Tim Lincecum's World Series debut has gotten off to a rocky start. The two-time Cy Young Award winner managed to only give up one run after allowing four of the first five batters he......
  • Why did it have to be Tom Glavine?

     
    The Mets were one pitch away from knocking Tom Glavine into oblivion this afternoon in Game 1 of the split-doubleheader with the Braves. Instead, with the bases loaded in the first inning, both Moises Alou and Carlos Delgado hit line......
  • Braves' Smoltz facing potential career-ending surgery

     
    John Smoltz, one of the most versatile pitchers in Major League history, may be at the end of long and distinguished career. Now in his 20th season with Atlanta, Smoltz will be the subject of a press conference today where Smoltz, team......
  • Bedard trade, so far, a major plus for Orioles

     
    It's never easy trading away a young, star player -- especially a pitcher -- and when the Orioles sent Erik Bedard to the Seattle Mariners in the off-season deal, there was considerable apprehension, even among Orioles fans who realized that......
  • Jack Chesbro won 41 games in '04, still blew pennant

     
    Thursday night MLB Productions is unveiling a new show on ESPN called "Holiday Inn Presents: Unbreakable Records MLB 2008." The show is based on a recent poll of 150 major league players who were asked to select three baseball feats......
  • Yankees lack of offense

     
    The Yankees' lack of offense is surprising, even with the injuries to core players such as Alex Rodriguez and Jorge Posada earlier in the year, and Hideki Matsui and Johnny Damon now. The Yankees have had a few bashfests such......
  • Glass Houses

     
    Even though my colleague Anthony Rieber is handling the Mets this weekend in Cincy, I couldn't resist chiming in on Johan Santana's excuse for last night's pitiful outing. Santana made sure to mention how he was unable to have his......