1. New York Yankees Retired Numbers: Who's Next?

    Ever since I started writing the Retired Numbers Series , I have simultaneously been looking forward to and dreading covering the Yankees ...

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  2. Roger Clemens' Verdict, Steroids and the Hall of Fame

    Roger Clemens was found not guilty of perjury the other day. I guess it’s big legal news, although I don’t follow the legal news circuit nearly as closely as I follow the baseball news circuit...

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  3. Philadelphia Phillies Retired Numbers: Who's Next?

    I suppose I wasn’t totally lost when I ran my poll (forever ago) on what team to cover next in my Retired Number Series ...

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  4. Andre Ethier Signs Extension with Los Angeles Dodgers, but Is It a Smart Move?

    Well, another outfielder has signed a rather large extension. This time, it is Andre Ethier . And, just like I did last time , I figured this was a good time to review it and predict ...

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  5. Adam Jones' New Contract: Will He Be Worth the Money?

    I’m going to be honest: For a long time, I wasn’t sure whether or not the Orioles should extend Adam Jones . I mean, he has been impressive so far this year...

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  6. Paul Konerko, 500 Home Runs and the Hall of Fame Debate

    On the surface, there don’t seem to be a lot of similarities between Paul Konerko and Johnny Damon...

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  7. Matt Wieters and the Baltimore Orioles: Are They for Real?

    With Matt Wieters’ two home runs Monday (including a grand slam), the Orioles moved back into first place in the AL East, half a game ahead of the Blue Jays ...

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  8. Detroit Tigers Retired Numbers: Who's Next?

    Picking what team to do next for the Retired Number Series is something of a challenge now. I’m always looking for interesting trivia or unusual tidbits to sway me towards one team or another...

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  9. Hall of Fame 2012: An Early Start Arguing Curt Schilling's Case

    This past Hall of Fame debate season, I noticed something sort of depressing. So many people dismissed highly qualified (or even over-qualified) players for Cooperstown based on things ...

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  10. Johnny Damon: Does He Make Sense for the Baltimore Orioles?

    Apparently, the Orioles are looking at Johnny Damon according to CBS' Jon Heyman . I've seen some mixed reactions to this, and, as an Orioles fan, I feel the need to defend it...

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  11. Cleveland Indians Retired Numbers: Who's Next?

    While looking for the next team to cover in the Retired Numbers Series , I noticed something interesting about the Cleveland Indians . The team has six retired numbers...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Theo Gerome about over 2 years ago 844 reads 1 comments

  12. Los Angeles Dodgers Retired Numbers: Who's Next?

    The Los Angeles Dodgers , as one of the more storied teams in baseball history, have one of the more extensive lists of honorees I’ll cover in the Retired Number Series ...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Theo Gerome about over 2 years ago 1,200 reads 0 comments

  13. Albert Pujols to the Marlins: Why the Newest Rumors Make No Sense

    The current buzz is that the Marlins are still going after Pujols, but they mean it this time! I’m still skeptical for several reasons...

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  14. Justin Verlander: Should He Be the American League MVP?

    There’s been a lot of talk lately about the MVP vote as of late, particularly in the AL. And that’s good; there are a ton of worthy candidates...

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  15. St. Louis Cardinals Bring Back Lance Berkman, but Is It a Good Move?

    The St. Louis Cardinals announced today that they will be bringing back right fielder Lance Berkman for the 2012 season...

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  16. Ian Kennedy: Is He Arizona's Ace Going Forward?

    With Diamondbacks starter Ian Kennedy leading the National League in wins, there’s been talk of him winning the NL Cy Young...

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  17. MLB Playoff Races: Which Race Looks to Be the Most Exciting?

    Of the eight playoff spots, a great majority look to be locked up, despite over 40 games left to play. However, there is some excitement left in the regular season. Exactly 15 teams are at ...

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  18. Seattle Mariners Retired Numbers: Who's Next?

    We have another first in the Retired Numbers Series . The Seattle Mariners do not currently have any retired numbers; this will soon change, however...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Theo Gerome about 3 years ago 1,695 reads 5 comments

  19. Boston Red Sox Retired Numbers: Who's Next?

    The Boston Red Sox are different than every other team that I’ve covered in my Retired Numbers Series so far. While most teams retire numbers in a semi-random fashion, the Red Sox actually have two specified rules for retiring numbers...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Theo Gerome about 3 years ago 842 reads 1 comments

  20. Houston Astros Retired Numbers: Who's Next?

    The next team I’m covering in my Retired Numbers Series is one that has always intrigued me. When I first visited Minute Maid Park, I was actually surprised by the sheer amount of jersey numbers that they had retired...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Theo Gerome about 3 years ago 858 reads 1 comments

  21. What Are the Next Retired Numbers from the Arizona Diamondbacks?

    I wanted to do something different for the next piece in my Retired Numbers Series . So far, I have picked teams that go back to the early 1900s (or, in the Nationals ’ case, the city goes back that far)...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Theo Gerome about 3 years ago 718 reads 0 comments

  22. MLB Trade Deadline: Idea for Atlanta Braves Outfield Help

    I don't really want to write a full article, so here's just a quick idea: Nate McLouth has been the Atlanta Braves ' primary center fielder this year. He also has an OPS+ of 91...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Theo Gerome about 3 years ago 791 reads 5 comments

  23. MLB Trade News: St. Louis Cardinals Deal Colby Rasmus, Blunder Spectacularly

    The Cardinals now join the Rockies and Angels as teams that can claim to be swindled by Alex Anthopoulos...

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  24. Pittsburgh Pirates Retired Numbers: Who's Next?

    For the next team in my Retired Numbers Series , I was at a bit of a loss over which team to cover. So, I decided to take my dad’s suggestion and cover his favorite team growing up, the Pittsburgh Pirates ...

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  25. St. Louis Cardinals Retired Numbers: Who's Next?

    Picking the next team to do for my Retired Numbers Series is always hard to do. But the last two times I looked at the teams I had left, I kept coming back to the Cardinals ...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Theo Gerome about 3 years ago 2,549 reads 6 comments