1. 2010 MLB Free Agent Class: Positional Best Bets and Sleepers

    The 2010 free agent market is razor thin. This is because many of the top players eligible for free agency (Brandon Webb, Victor Martinez, Manny Ramirez, Josh Beckett, and Ryan Franklin) are controlled under either club or player options...

    Bleacher  Report Written by Bleacher Report about 5 years ago 2,734 reads 7 comments

  2. Tim Lincecum Smokes Weed: Time to Cue the Outraged Media

    Cy Young award winner Tim Lincecum was cited for misdemeanor marijuana possession last weekend in southern Washington State...

    Bleacher  Report Written by Bleacher Report about 5 years ago 61,688 reads 28 comments

  3. Jamie McCourt's Request To Rejoin Dodgers Denied by LA Court

    A Superior Court Commissioner ruled that there is no state law to give back Jamie McCourt her role as CEO of the Los Angeles Dodgers...

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  4. Yankees' Joe Girardi Helps at Scene of Accident on Way Home from World Series

    At 2:25 a.m., Joe Girardi was just hours removed from winning his first World Series Championship as manager of the New York Yankees...

    Bleacher  Report Written by Bleacher Report about 5 years ago 1,744 reads 18 comments

  5. The One Where Vicente Padilla Goes All Plaxico Burress on Us

    It has been a short-lived offseason for the Los Angeles Dodgers, but already yet another story has arisen that makes the organization seem more like a soap opera than a Major League Baseball club...

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  6. Phillies' Shane Victorino Raises Eyebrows With Response to Larry Bowa

    We all know the story of the 1951 New York Giants. They mounted a historical comeback on the Brooklyn Dodgers and finally won the pennant on the final day of the season behind Bobby Thompson’s “Shot Heard ‘Round the World...

    Bleacher  Report Written by Bleacher Report about 5 years ago 1,354 reads 60 comments

  7. Alex Rodriguez Gets Redemption for Missed Opportunity 14-Years Ago

    Let me rewind to the 1995 ALDS between the Seattle Mariners and the New York Yankees. It was Game Five, and the “Refuse to Lose” Mariners had rallied from a 2-0 series deficit to force a decisive final game at the old Kingdome...

    Bleacher  Report Written by Bleacher Report about 5 years ago 578 reads 12 comments

  8. Pedro Martinez Solidifies Position as First Ballot Hall of Famer

    It doesn’t matter who he says is his daddy. Pedro Martinez is a first ballot Hall of Famer. The 38-year-old from the Dominican Republic may not have the mid-90s fastball he once displayed, ...

    Bleacher  Report Written by Bleacher Report about 5 years ago 1,157 reads 5 comments

  9. Cliff Lee Making History with Jaw-Dropping Postseason Efforts

    Entering the 2009 postseason, only four pitchers in playoff history had recorded double-digit strikeouts while issuing zero walks. Cliff Lee has now done it in back-to-back outings...

    Bleacher  Report Written by Bleacher Report about 5 years ago 781 reads 11 comments

  10. Jamie McCourt Affair with Jeff Fuller Further Complicates Dodgers Power Struggle

    Amidst a court struggle that will decide if Frank McCourt owns the entirety of the Los Angeles Dodgers, his soon-to-be ex-wife Jamie McCourt alleges that she owns a share of the ballclub...

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  11. Walter Jones Put on IR, Career Possibly in Jeopardy

    The Seattle Seahawks placed four-time First Team All-Pro left tackle Walter Jones on the injured reserve list early Wednesday, ending his season and possibly his career...

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  12. 2009 World Series Aligns CC Sabathia and Cliff Lee to Steal Show

    The 2009 World Series carries two lineups more powerful than a Blake Griffin dunk. Too soon, Clipper's fans? Alex Rodriguez and Ryan Howard are the highlights of the dynamic lineups for the New ...

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  13. Chiefs' Larry Johnson Needs to Shut Up After Tweets About Coach Todd Haley

    Kansas City Chiefs’ running back Larry Johnson is again making headlines for the wrong reasons. In 2008, Johnson was suspended four games by the Chiefs and the league after two separate nightclub incidents resulted in arrests...

    Bleacher  Report Written by Bleacher Report about 5 years ago 801 reads 7 comments

  14. LA Dodgers: McCourt Ownership Drama WIll Have Negative Impact on Club

    The Los Angeles Dodgers’ owner Frank McCourt fired his wife, Jamie McCourt, from her position as CEO last week. Frank cited insubordination as the reason for his soon-to-be ex-wife’s excusal...

    Bleacher  Report Written by Bleacher Report about 5 years ago 494 reads 4 comments

  15. New York Jets' Leon Washington's Leg Injury Opens Door for Rookie Shonn Greene

    The New York Jets lost running back Leon Washington for the season when he suffered a broken fibula during Sunday’s 38-0 win over the Oakland Raiders...

    Bleacher  Report Written by Bleacher Report about 5 years ago 713 reads 9 comments

  16. LA Dodgers: Limited Options, Big Decisions Looming In Offseason

    Sometimes, all a manager can do is sit back and shake his head. Joe Torre was forced to sit and watch a high-caliber team under perform and make too many mistakes in a forgetful 4-1 NLCS series loss to the Philadelphia Phillies...

    Bleacher  Report Written by Bleacher Report about 5 years ago 585 reads 12 comments

  17. Magic Johnson and Isiah Thomas Stir Controversy Over 'When the Game Was Ours'

    Magic Johnson is making headlines with the stirring statements about his former friend and NBA superstar, Isiah Thomas, in a new book entitled When the Game Was Ours...

    Bleacher  Report Written by Bleacher Report about 5 years ago 7,350 reads 14 comments

  18. Manny Ramirez's Shower in Ninth Inning Merits Closing the Gates of Mannywood

    If you want to know what Jimmy Rollins's walk-off double looked like from the Dodgers’ bench, don’t ask Manny Ramirez for his vantage point. "Actually, I was in the shower," Ramirez said...

    Bleacher  Report Written by Bleacher Report about 5 years ago 2,183 reads 39 comments

  19. LA Dodgers Make the Right Call by Signing GM Ned Colletti

    The Los Angeles Dodgers announced on Tuesday afternoon that they are extending the contract of general manager Ned Colletti. The terms of the agreement were not available, except that it would be a multi-year deal...

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  20. LA Dodgers' Need to Ink Don Mattingly In Light of Interview with Indians

    The Cleveland Plain Dealer reported on Tuesday afternoon that Los Angeles Dodgers hitting coach Don Mattingly took part in a phone interview for the unoccupied Cleveland Indians’ managerial job...

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  21. Wait 'til Next Year, L.A.?: Dodger Fans Bleeding Blue After Crushing Defeats

    What an agonizing two days it has been to be a Dodger fan. First, an embarrassing 11-0 loss on Sunday, followed by the sheer disbelief of watching Jimmy Rollins’ game-winning hit trickle to the base of the wall can’t be explained...

    Bleacher  Report Written by Bleacher Report about 5 years ago 350 reads 12 comments

  22. Frigid Approach: MLB Strikes Out with Postseason Scheduling

    As I watched the New York Yankees and Los Angeles Angels go at it for Game Three of the ALCS, I couldn't help but notice one thing. No snow caps. No mittens. No heat warmers in the dugout...

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  23. Dodgers-Phillies: Three Keys For a Blue Crew Victory in NLCS Game Three

    The National League championship series is tied at 1-1 heading back to Philadelphia. The Los Angeles Dodgers slipped by surrendering home field advantage, but all it takes is stealing one win ...

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  24. LA Dodgers' Joe Torre Trips Over Himself with Poor Decision in NLCS

    Imagine this scenario. The youngest pitcher to ever start the opening game of a league championship series is on the mound and trailing 3-1...

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  25. Los Angeles Dodgers NLCS Roster and Game One Lineup

    The Los Angeles Dodgers and manager Joe Torre have done their best impression of Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots by withholding the order of the starting rotation until late Wednesday ...

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