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  • What should Yanks do with A-Rod next year?

    Grin and bear it Bill Shaikin Los Angeles Times Give him a pay cut! They did, actually. His contract calls for his salary to drop from $29 million this year to $28 million next year. The issue is not that Rodriguez cannot play. He batted .272 with...
  • Miami Marlins fire Ozzie Guillen after one season

    It's one and done for Ozzie Guillen and the Miami Marlins. Nearly three weeks since ending a deeply disappointing season in last place, the Marlins announced Guillen's dismissal as manager in a 75-word statement issued Tuesday afternoon. That was...
  • Marlins managers – year-by-year

    1993: Rene Lachemann, 64-98 1994: Rene Lachemann, 51-64* 1995: Rene Lachemann, 67-76* 1996: Rene Lachemann, 39-47; Cookie Rojas, 1-0; John Boles, 40-35 1997: Jim Leyland, 92-70 (won World Series) 1998: Jim Leyland, 54-108 1999: John Boles, 64-98...
  • Want to be Miami Marlins manager? Helps to have a Yankees background

    Brad Ausmus has one thing going for him in this Marlins managerial search that no one seems to be talking about. His Yankees background. Of the six managers Jeffrey Loria has hired since becoming a big-league owner in the fall of 1999, four have...
  • Source: Mike Redmond in the lead, Brad Ausmus a 'serious' possibility for Miami Marlins (Updated 7:10 p.m.)

    Source: Mike Redmond in the lead, Brad Ausmus a 'serious' possibility for Miami Marlins (Updated 7:10 p.m.)
    This interview Mike Redmond is getting with the Miami Marlins tonight, as our Juan C. Rodriguez reported this afternoon, is no courtesy deal. Redmond's dugout experience may be limited to a couple of years in Class A, but the former Marlins catcher...
  • Heart Transplant Patient's First Words: 'I Want To Make My Donor Proud'

    Heart Transplant Patient's First Words: 'I Want To Make My Donor Proud'
    Hours after surgeons gave him a new heart, Colby Salerno woke up and spoke to his parents and sisters, who surrounded his bed. "When the breathing tube came out, you know what his first words were? 'I want to make my donor proud,'" Kelly Salerno said...
  • Bob Melvin beats Buck Showalter for American League Manager of the Year Award

    Bob Melvin beats Buck Showalter for American League Manager of the Year Award
    The Orioles’ improbable run to the postseason wasn’t enough to earn Buck Showalter the American League Manager of the Year Award. Up until Tuesday evening’s announcement on the MLB Network, the race between Showalter and Oakland A&...
  • Remarkable Woman: Colleen Coughlin

     Remarkable Woman: Colleen Coughlin
    As a kid growing up on the Southwest Side, Colleen Wagner Coughlin had a thing for animals. Gerbils and other small, furry critters populated the family home. "I always loved animals as pets, but it was how they reproduced — I didn't even know the...
  • Toronto's John Gibbons talks Blue Jays, Orioles and AL East

    Toronto's John Gibbons talks Blue Jays, Orioles and AL East
    There’s no question that the Toronto Blue Jays have made the most noise throughout baseball this offseason – and that’s pushed them from a fourth-place finish in 2012 to division favorites heading into this season. They’ve...
  • Spring training: AL East preview

    Go ahead, pick an American League East champion. Lots of people are in love with the Blue Jays, who won the offseason. They probably will be the consensus pick when teams leave Florida. But you wouldn't be nuts to pick the Yankees, Rays or Orioles. You'...
  • O's and their opponents prepared for a 'five-horse race' in the AL East

    O's and their opponents prepared for a 'five-horse race' in the AL East
    SARASOTA, Fla. — For most of the past two decades, the American League East has been considered the toughest division in baseball, primarily because it contained the sport's two financial behemoths, the New York Yankees and the Boston Red Sox....