1. 2010 National Sports Collectors Convention Offers Hope

    By Wes Yee (@WesYee) Picture a sports card collector. He walks into a humid auditorium, sniffs around the aging cardboard and peers into dusty showcase after dusty showcase...

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  2. Real Winners in Cliff Lee Trade are the Yankees

    By Wes Yee (@WesYee) The Mariners traded Cy Young winner Cliff Lee Friday, shipping the surgical left handed south to the first place Rangers. Texas sent top prospect Justin Smoak, Blake Beavan, Josh Lueke and Matthew Lawson back to Seattle...

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  3. Does the Bengie Molina Trade Signal a Giant Push or Fold?

    By Wes Yee (@WesYee) The Giants have apparently traded Bengie Molina today, moving their tubby catcher to the Texas Rangers for righthanded reliever Chris Ray and a player to be named later (PTBNL)...

    Wesley Yee Written by Wesley Yee about 4 years ago 122 reads 1 comments

  4. Who's Your Padre? Giants Swept in San Diego

    By Wes Yee (@wesyee) How quickly the cookie crumbles for fans of the Giants. Ace Tim Lincecum combined to shutout LA on Saturday and things were looking up for the city by the bay...

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  5. Opening Night Doesn't Disappoint

    By Wes Yee (@wesyee) The season kicked off the way every season should, with a rivalry game between the Red Sox and the Yanks...

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  6. Hope Rules Spring Training

    Mets Prospect Ike Davis is causing a Buzz in New York’s camp The 2010 baseball season is nearly upon as and not a moment too soon. Spring training is in full swing and games have begun...

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  7. Giants Fanfest 2010 and The Dugout Report going forward

    Baseball season is right around the corner, and I’m jumping in with both feet at Giants fanfest tomorrow, Feb. 5. I’m looking forward to getting back out to the ballpark amongst the great unwashed masses of like minded fans...

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  8. Bay Signs with Mets

    The Jason Bay era came to an abrupt end for the Red Sox today as the lanky left fielder reportedly signed with the New York Mets. Bay signed a $66 million deal that looked a lot alike the offer he was given by Boston just a couple of months ago...

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  9. Granderson Trade Could Have Major Consequences

    Wesley Yee The Yankees picked up Curtis Granderson in the first blockbuster trade of the offseason yesterday. Granderson, a gold glove caliber centerfielder, should take over the second spot in the batting order from outgoing Johnny Damon...

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  10. Giants Offseason Musings

    By Wesley Yee Five weeks after ending their season the San Francisco Giants began their offseason by informing noodle swinging rightfielder Randy Winn that he wouldn’t be brought back...

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  11. Akward Celebration Mars Phillies NLCS Win

    Brad Lidge’s transformation from regular season chump to postseason champ continued Wednesday with the Phillies’ 10-6 win over LA...

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  12. '07 World Series Participants Eliminated

    The coasting Red Sox and grinding Rockies both saw their seasons come to an end this past weekend with their closers on the mound...

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  13. Cardinals Blows It, Sox Don't Show Up

    Adam Wainwright was outstanding Thursday, continuing his prolific 2009 season with eight innings of one run baseball. Manager Tony LaRussa went to 1...

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  14. Sabathia Not The Difference

    It’s pretty funny that Yankee fans have been so gung ho about the supposed “difference” that CC Sabathia has brought to the team this year...

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  15. Giants Activate Johnson – Go For Sweep

    The Giants’ dead and alive 2009 campaign continues tonight when they send Matt Cain to the hill to try and sweep the Rockies for the second straight home series...

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  16. Greinke's Quiet Cy Young Push

    Kansas City’s Zack Greinke struck out fifteen yesterday in a dominant eight inning performance against Cleveland...

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  17. More Than Wins/Losses At Stake At The Trade Deadline

    July 31 was swap day in Major League Baseball, as players around the league were tossed new hats. Contenders and pretenders distinguished themselves with moves big and small...

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  18. Rumors of Roy

    JP Riccardi’s calculated spiel yesterday regarding the future of ace Roy Halladay sparked images of the righthander in a number of uniforms...

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  19. The Inconvenient First Baseman

    Fantasy owners don’t need any sort of caption on the above. For those not blessed with endless frustration, that’s Chris Davis, Texas’ maligned first baseman. Coming off a promising debut in 08, where he hit ...

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  20. Texas–Boston College a Game for the Ages

    The score was 3-2, and there were 25 innings. The longest college baseball game in history started at 7 P.M. Eastern last night and didn’t end until after 2 A.M...

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  21. Daisuke Returns to Face Santana

    Daisuke Matsuzaka returns to the Red Sox today for their first interleague matchup. Opposing him for the Mets is NL Cy Young runnerup Johan Santana. Johan brings a sparking 1...

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  22. Jake Peavy to White Sox—Justin Upton, Papi Go Yard

    Jake Peavy is going to the White Sox. The righty hasn’t been great this year but he’s still one of the few aces in baseball. Chicago GM Kenny Williams is known for making splashy moves and the team is struggling...

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  23. Lincecum Starts off Big Weekend Tonight for San Francisco

    Giants Ace Tim Lincecum takes the hill tonight coming off a depressing Giants loss that saw closer Brian Wilson get hit hard. This is the second game of a four game series with the Mets...

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  24. A's Need Major Change, Geren Needs to Go

    Being an A’s fan I am used to the typical season: start off bad, pick it up a little in the middle, end playing ...

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  25. How Soon for Stephen Strasburg?

    Imminent No. 1 overall pick Stephen Strasburg threw a no hitter yesterday. He’s hovering at about two strikeouts per inning, and is 11-0 with a 1.24 ERA. No doubt once he’s drafted Washington will have to pony up some serious cash...

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