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Lifelong Cubs fan here with ZERO trust in the Ricketts family in putting together a consistent winning team. It's obvious they only see the Cubs as cash cows. Am I wrong here? -- Selma B., Cincinnati Cash bison perhaps, but cash cows? No. I think the...
Tags: Kameron Loe, Jed Hoyer , Sports, Miami Marlins, Edwin Jackson
PHILADELPHIA — Maybe I should be more on board with the Phillies' new pitching addition. I keep hearing, "What have they got to lose?" Even assistant general manager Scott Proefrock downplayed the risk involved in signing veteran starting...
Tags: Twitter, Inc., Sports, Lou Piniella, Baseball, Roy Halladay
Philadelphia Phillies general manager General Ruben Amaro wasn't kidding when he said he was considering looking outside the organization for another starting pitcher. The Phillies have signed right-hander Carlos Zambrano to a minor league deal. He will...
WASHINGTON -- Ian Stewart went from starting third baseman for the Cubs at the start of spring training to back-up third baseman at Triple-A Iowa in less than three months. He’s no longer on the 40-man roster, having cleared waivers and been out-...
Tags: Chicago Cubs, Ian Stewart, Jed Hoyer , Sports, Josh Vitters
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The Baltimore Orioles have optioned right-hander Steve Johnson to Triple-A Norfolk after he started Saturday's game against the Twins. Johnson allowed seven hits and six earned runs, while striking out three in four innings in...
The Cubs may be lacking in overall talent, but they aren't lacking in confidence. The stabilization of the closer's role since Kevin Gregg took over, the continued dominance of the starters and the recent improvement of the offense has the players...
It's no secret Anthony Rizzo is one of the cornerstones of the Cubs' rebuilding project. From his first spring training in 2012 to the nonstop "Rizzo Watch" last April and May when he played at Triple-A Iowa, the Cubs have been hyping Rizzo as the...
Tags: Starlin Castro, Jed Hoyer , Sports, Jason McLeod, Baseball
Curtis Granderson was activated from the disabled list and was inserted into the New York Yankees' lineup, batting cleanup, for Tuesday's game against the Seattle Mariners at Yankee Stadium. Granderson has been sidelined since Feb. 24 with a broken...
Tags: Sports, Seattle Mariners, J.A. Happ, Travis Hafner, Vernon Wells
addCustomPlayer('1j59v4a9evljr1d1b5hvawowo7', '', '', 600, 418, 'perf1j59v4a9evljr1d1b5hvawowo7', 'eplayer15'); CHICAGO — Mike Trout was picked off first on a stolen-base attempt and thrown out at second in the third inning Saturday night....
David Ortiz believes fingers pointing at him and other Dominican players regarding the use of performance-enhancing drugs amount to profiling. The Red Sox designated hitter took issue with a column by the Boston Globe's Dan Shaughnessy that...
addCustomPlayer('1j59v4a9evljr1d1b5hvawowo7', '', '', 600, 418, 'perf1j59v4a9evljr1d1b5hvawowo7', 'eplayer15'); Since Mike Trout returned to center field, he has resembled the dominant offensive force he was last year. However, when center fielder Peter...
Tags: Lobbying, Politics, Sports, Physical Disabilities, Mike Scioscia
South Bend TribuneSOUTH BEND -- Living in the moment will take care of the future. More than a new approach to hitting or fielding, a demotion gave Carter Bell a new perspective on the way professional baseball works. At 22 years old, Bell is one of the grizzled...
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