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Now that the emotion of the moment has passed, and the initial heat of the news has cooled, it's time to take a second look at the Marlins' payroll-dumping trade with Toronto. And you know what? On second look, it still stinks. Here's what else...
I need to get a message to the Dodgers and Angels, and I need to do it quick. A baseball player suddenly became available this week who is just their type. He has star power. He plays a cornerstone infield position. He is insanely overpaid. He has won...
Oh, good, it's time for that annual ritual in which the Dodgers attempt to appease those unfortunate ticketholders who spend one inning trying to park and two innings trying to buy a hot dog. OK, so they're attempting to appease everyone, which is why...
SAN DIEGO — I drove down here alone so that I'll have plenty of room upon my return to bring back any Chargers wanting an early start finding a place to live in Los Angeles. While here I thought I might as well ride the Choking Dogs for going belly...
Ozzie Guillen is getting what he asked for when he left one of the most loyal owners in sports to work for one of the quirkiest. His job is in jeopardy only one season into a four-year deal, and few will be sad if he is swept out alongside longtime player...
Tags: Jeffrey Loria, Sports, Whitey Ford, Nick Swisher, Joe Girardi
There's only one thing to ask about what Larry Lucchino and the Red Sox front office have done to Theo Epstein's legacy in Boston: Does he have to give back the two World Series rings? Have you ever seen an airplane drop down low from the clouds and...
PHILADELPHIA — Charlie Manuel has been forced to answer a myriad of questions about trips to the disabled list made by his players this year. The winningest manager in Phillies history is never without a disappointed look when he's explaining the...
Tags: New York Mets, Feet, Sports, David Wright, Injuries and Wounds
Did Ozzie Guillen accidentally take Juan Pierre, Gordon Beckham, Mark Teahen, Brian Anderson and Josh Fields with him when he went to Florida? It must seem like it at times. The Marlins aren't scoring runs. If that trend continues, they won't join the...
Yes, the NHL and NBA playoffs will keep the nation's arenas busy for another couple of months, but the conclusion of the NCAA men's and women's basketball tournaments is a definite signal that it's time to head to the great outdoors. The start of the...
No. 9 Marlins: 22nd in a series counting down to spring training. Next: Braves. New name. New stadium. New manager. Four new players, all of whom have been to at least three All-Star Games. There is no shortage of topics to consider when looking at...
Bryce Harper isn't looking to get a little more experience and then go back to the Eastern League. He's coming to spring training planning to leave Florida on the Nationals' flight to Chicago, where they will open the season. And in Harper's mind, and...
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