1. Crawford officially signs with Red Sox, Cliff Lee yet to make decision

    t wasn’t a dream. Carl Crawford , who reached an agreement with the Boston Red Sox late Wednesday night, officially signed a seven-year, $142 million deal on Friday, making him ...

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  2. Boston Red Sox Sign Carl Crawford To a 7-Year Deal

    The Boston Red Sox finished in third place in the American League East this past season. As their offseason moves suggest, they weren’t too happy about that...

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  3. Washington Nationals: Jayson Not Werth the Money They Gave Him

    Jayson Werth just received $126 million. This is yet another sign of the Apocalypse. Jayson Werth , one of baseball’s top free-agents, is coming off the best season of his career...

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  4. Boston Red Sox Make Bold Move, Trade for Adrian Gonzalez

    The Boston Red Sox have been after San Diego Padres slugging first baseman Adrian Gonzalez for three years, and their pursuit has paid off...

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  5. Dodgers, Rockies Aggressive in Wake of Giants World Series Win

    Behind dominant pitching and superb situational hitting, the San Francisco Giants won the 2010 World Series...

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  6. Cliff Lee: Talks To Heat Up, While Yankees and Jeter Are Far Apart

    Half a dozen teams are interested in free-agent ace left-hander Cliff Lee . Three are known—the New York Yankees, Texas Rangers and Washington Nationals—while the other three are left to speculation...

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  7. Lebron James Miami Heat: Trouble on the Road

    Every time Miami Heat's LeBron James touched the ball against the Orlando Magic, the crowd booed. These were Magic, not Cleveland Cavaliers, fans. They were booing him because of what he had done to Cleveland, and how he had done it...

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  8. Victor Martinez Detroit Bound: What Were the Boston Red Sox Thinking?

    The best hitting catcher on the free-agent market, Victor Martinez , was a good fit with the Boston Red Sox, a team with which he spent the past year and a half...

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  9. Justin Upton heading to Boston?

    Arizona Diamondbacks 23-year-old outfielder Justin Upton has reportedly been made available in trade . Not surprisingly, the phone lines began to ring with aggressive suitors...

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  10. Felix Hernandez wins Cy Young, Derek Jeter Receives New York Yankees' Offer

    Wins aren't all that matter when it comes to pitching. Felix Hernandez of the Seattle Mariners had 13 this past season, eight less than the New York Yankees' CC Sabathia...

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  11. Michael Vick: The Revitalization and Dominance of a QB

    Professional athletes are not role models. Tiger Woods may be one to some who think it is right to cheat on their wives with many, many women...

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  12. San Diego Padres Pay Steep Price, but Take Smart Gamble To Get Cameron Maybin

    When the Florida Marlins acquired outfield prospect Cameron Maybin and equally prized left-hander Andrew Miller back in 2007, they thought they had made out very well in ...

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  13. Dave Niehaus, the Voice of the Mariners, Passes Away

    Growing up, the Atlanta Braves were my team. The Jones’ boys, Chipper and Andruw, were my favorite players...

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  14. MLB's Sign of the Apocalypse: Derek Jeter Now Has Five Gold Gloves

    “I dunno what’s worse, that he won this year or that it’s his FIFTH.” That was a tweet sent to me from a pal on Twitter ( @skywaker9 ) referring to Gold Gloves and Derek Jeter...

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  15. Let the Offseason Begin, Part 2: Red Sox After Werth? Yankees To Pay Jeter $60M?

    Jayson Werth isn't worth the Red Sox time. “ Jayson Werth on Boston Red Sox radar” was the ESPN article’s headline. The same reaction was produced when Boston expressed interested in signing J...

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  16. The Debate: Edgar Renteria Forgoing Retirement a Good or Bad Move?

    Some professional athletes just can’t say goodbye to the game. Quarterback Brett Favre won’t go away. He should have hung up his spikes when his days with Green Bay came to a close...

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  17. New York Yankees and Cliff Lee: Will They Join Forces?

    Could Cliff Lee stay put in the Lone Star state? Or will he head North for greener pastures? The 2010 postseason was one of the better of recent memory...

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  18. World Series 2010: Rentelincecum...The Giants are World Series Champs!

    The San Francisco Giants are champions of the baseball world. Celebrating with Cody Ross near the on-deck circle as the ball curved over the wall, Andres Torres said to his fellow San Francisco Giant, “He told me he was going to do it...

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  19. Lewis Unflappable as Moreland Powers Rangers to Game 3 Win over Giants

    This truly is the Year of the Pitcher. Some of the best in baseball have tossed no-hitters and perfect games, but so have relative unknowns...

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  20. World Series 2010: San Francisco Giants Get 2-0 Edge Thanks To Renteria and Cain

    Baseball is a game of inches. Defensive alignment can be the difference between a snared liner and a double in the gap. Whether a pitch is inside enough or not can be the difference between a sawed off pop-up and a homer deep into the seats...

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  21. World Series 2010: Freddy Sanchez, Juan Uribe Help Giants Win vs. the Rangers

    Cliff Lee facing off against Tim Lincecum in Game 1 of the World Series was supposed to epitomize the "Year of the Pitcher" as two of the best arms in the game, and two pitchers who have dominated opponents this postseason...

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  22. NLCS 2010: Bullpen's Effort, Juan Uribe's Blast Send Giants Into World Series

    Games like this make baseball the greatest sport there is. Playoff baseball at its best, with one team trying to reach the World Series for the first time since the Barry Bonds era and the other attempting to keep their season alive...

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  23. Colby Lewis Spectacular, Fuels Texas Rangers To Franchise's First World Series

    It is hard to fathom a better ending. Former Texas Ranger Alex Rodriguez, who once signed for a quarter of a billion dollars and juiced with the team, was at the plate...

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  24. Philadelphia Phillies Stay Alive in NLCS Thanks To a Third Inning Full of Gifts

    To force a Game 6, the Philadelphia Phillies offense needed to figure out San Francisco Giants ace Tim Lincecum...

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  25. NLCS 2010: Posey and Sandoval Push Giants One Win From Reaching World Series

    Pat Burrell gestures to Pablo Sandoval after Sandoval plated him with a huge two-run double in the sixth...

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