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BOSTON - Not much has gone right for the Philadelphia Phillies this season. Injuries and shaky performances by key players have added up to the team failing to climb above .500 even once through almost two full months. But write this down: Cliff Lee is...
Last week's ranking in parentheses 1. Rangers (1): It's safe to say that Ron Washington's hitters enjoyed their weekend in Houston — 24 runs overall and three homers in every game. Their assault on Philip Humber Saturday was vicious. 2....
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- The children in the television commercial are correct: Moore is better. At least that's true when it comes to Tampa Bay pitcher Matt Moore, who limited the New York Yankees to one run in six innings Saturday at Tropicana Field....
1. Rangers (1): How good of a team do you have to be to beat the Tigers when Miguel Cabrera hits three home runs? Texas did that after putting Ian Kinsler on the DL on Sunday. Alexi Ogando is another recent addition to the DL. 2. Cardinals (2):...
All games on WSCR-AM 670. Season series: First meeting. Red Sox 6-2 in 2012. Monday: 7:10 p.m., CSN. LH Jon Lester (6-0, 2.72) vs. RH Dylan Axelrod (1-3, 4.27). Tuesday: 7:10 p.m., WCIU-Ch. 26. LH Felix Doubront (3-1, 6.03) vs. LH Jose...
Tags: Sports, Chris Sale, Dustin Pedroia, Baseball, Boston Red Sox
Tribune reporterLeft-handed hitting third baseman Conor Gillaspie returns to the Chicago White Sox's lineup Wednesday night against Boston. The Sox will try to complete their first series sweep of the season against Clay Buchholz, who is 6-0 with a 1.78 ERA. Also,...
Tribune reporterChicago White Sox ace Chris Sale was scratched from Wednesday night's start against Boston because of tendinitis in his left pitching shoulder. The Sox made the announcement in the top of the second inning of Tuesday's game, adding that the decision was...
Tags: Chris Sale, Sports, Chicago Cubs, Baseball, Chicago White Sox
Talking baseball while wondering if the Blackhawks can be counter-punchers. 1. Baseball is back in Cleveland, thanks largely to Terry Francona. The first-place Indians host the Tigers tonight, and The Jake should be rocking. (Yes, I know Jacobs...
The Hartford CourantLast time, it was all about what was going on his left arm. This time, it was all about what was going on inside his head. After Blue Jays broadcasters Jack Morris and Dirk Hayhurst claimed Clay Buchholz was throwing a spitter, Buchholz insisted nothing...
WASHINGTON — Stephen Strasburg pitched eight innings of five-hit baseball and the Washington Nationals broke open a scoreless game with five runs in the seventh and defeated the Philadelphia Phillies 6-1 Sunday at Nationals Park. Strasburg (3-5)...
The Cardinals visit the Cubs for the first time this week. Fireworks are not expected. But when the Red Sox's Clay Buchholz pitches against the Blue Jays next Saturday, that should be interesting. You know you are doing something right when rivals...
Boston Red Sox pitcher Clay Buchholz is one of the hottest players in baseball, leading the majors with a 6-0 record, but a Toronto Blue Jays radio color commentator believes he knows the young right-hander’s secret: He’s cheating. “...
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