1. Curt Young: Near-Misses and Lucky No. 13 in the Late 1980s

    The name Curt Young probably does not come to mind when you think of great pitchers of the 1980s. He finished his 11-year career (1983-1993) with a fairly ordinary 69-53 record with Oakland , New York Yankees and Kansas City...

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  2. Hall of Fame Voting: What Are Some Baseball Writers Thinking?

    The Baseball Writers Association of America spoke Wednesday and decided not to elect anyone into the Hall of Fame. I don't have a problem with no one going in, but I must take exception to the thought process that went into the voting...

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  3. Pittsburgh Pitching Staff Leads Pirates to First Half Success

    How fun has it been to be a Pittsburgh Pirates fan this year? For the first time since 1997, the Pirates are in first place at the All-Star Break...

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  4. Boston Red Sox Ready to Move Up in the AL East with Josh Beckett and Jon Lester

    It's odd to look at the American League East standings and see the Boston Red Sox in last place. It's only late May, but this is a position most Red Sox fans did not expect to be in going into the season...

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  5. Woodley's Words: O Say Can You See the Baltimore Orioles Winning?

    It's been tough being a Baltimore Orioles fan for the last 14 years. Since consecutive playoff appearances in 1996 and 1997, the Orioles have not posted a winning season. The last five years haven't even produced at least 70 wins...

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  6. April 18, 1987: Mike Schmidt Hits Career Home Run No. 500

    Mike Schmidt hit his 499th career home run off of Pittsburgh's Bob Patterson in a 6-2 Philadelphia win on April 17, 1987. The next day—Saturday, April 18, 1987—Schmidt looked to become the 14th player in major league history with 500...

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  7. Cleveland Indians: The Tribe Takes Their Red-Hot Offense to the Seattle Mariners

    The Cleveland Indians came out of their early season offensive slump with a three-game sweep at Kansas City over the weekend. Now the Indians will take their suddenly hot bats west for a three-game series against the Seattle Mariners ...

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  8. Tampa Bay Rays Looks to Get Back on Track at Toronto

    After losing three out of four in Boston, Tampa Bay looks to get back on track as it opens a three-game series in Toronto on Tuesday...

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  9. Twins-Yankees (4/16/12): Pavano Overcomes Early Struggles to Defeat Yankees

    After allowing back-to-back home runs to the first two batters he faced, Carl Pavano tossed seven effective innings as Minnesota defeated New York, 7-3, Monday at Yankee Stadium...

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  10. Yankees Report: Kendrick & Wilson Lead Angels Past Yankees

    Howie Kendrick finished with three hits and three RBI, and C.J. Wilson limited New York to one run over six innings as Los Angeles of Anaheim won 7-1 Saturday at Yankee Stadium...

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  11. Forgotten New York Yankees of the Past 4 Decades: "M"

    Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, Mickey Mantle and Derek Jeter are some of the greatest names in New York Yankees history. However, Walt Terrell, José Cruz and Mike Fischlin are the names of some Yankees that shouldn't be forgotten...

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  12. Forgotten New York Yankees of the Past 4 Decades: "L"

    Ruth, Gehrig, Mantle and Jeter are some of the greatest names in New York Yankees history. However, Terrell, Parker and Clay are the names of some of the forgotten Yankees ...

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  13. Forgotten New York Yankees of the Past 4 Decades: "K"

    Ruth, Gehrig, Mantle and Jeter are some of the greatest names in New York Yankees history. However, Juden, Parker and Clay are the names of some of the forgotten Yankees...

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  14. Forgotten New York Yankees of the Past 4 Decades: Letters I and J

    Ruth, Gehrig, Mantle and Jeter are some of the greatest names in New York Yankees history. However, Lawton, Office and Sakata are the names of some of the forgotten Yankees ...

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  15. Forgotten New York Yankees of the Past 4 Decades: "H"

    Ruth, Gehrig, Mantle and Jeter are some of the greatest names in New York Yankees history. However, Holland, Murray and Mills are the names of some of the forgotten Yankees...

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  16. Forgotten New York Yankees of the Past 4 Decades: "G"

    Ruth, Gehrig, Mantle and Jeter are some of the greatest names in New York Yankees history. However, Cary, Moreno and Heaton are the names of some of the forgotten Yankees...

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  17. Forgotten New York Yankees of the Past 4 Decades: "F"

    Ruth, Gehrig, Mantle and Jeter are some of the greatest names in New York Yankees history. However, Dellucci, Ellis, and Cary are the names of some of the forgotten Yankees...

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  18. Forgotten New York Yankees of the Past Four Decades: "E"

    Ruth, Gehrig, Mantle and Jeter are some of the greatest names in New York Yankees history. However, Cotto, Geren, and Klutts are the names of some of the forgotten Yankees...

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  19. Forgotten New York Yankees of the Past Four Decades: "D"

    Ruth, Gehrig, Mantle and Jeter are some of the greatest names in New York Yankees history. However, Cadaret , James and Moses are the names of some of the forgotten Yankees...

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  20. Forgotten New York Yankees of the Past Four Decades: "C"

    Ruth, Gehrig, Mantle and Jeter are some of the greatest names in New York Yankees ' history. However, Beniquez, James and Moses are the names of some of the forgotten Yankees...

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  21. Forgotten New York Yankees of the Past Four Decades: "B"

    Ruth, Gehrig, Mantle and Jeter are some of the greatest names in New York Yankees history. However, Armstrong, James and Moses are the names of some of the forgotten Yankees...

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  22. Forgotten New York Yankees of the Past Four Decades: "A"

    Ruth, Gehrig, Mantle, and Jeter are some of the greatest names in New York Yankees history. However, Bordi, James and Moses are the names of some of the forgotten Yankees...

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  23. 10 Significant Games in Alabama Football History: 2000-Present

    There have been memorable games in Alabama football history. From last-second touchdowns to goal-line stands, these moments will never be forgotten. However, there have also been significant games...

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  24. Learning the ABCs of Alabama Crimson Tide Football: "Z"

    His last name is next-to-last in the list of all-time Alabama lettermen. However, former quarterback Andrew Zow is near the top of some of the Crimson Tide passing records. A native of Lake Butler, Fla...

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  25. Learning the ABC's of Alabama Crimson Tide History: "Y"

    In the history of Alabama football, only five players with a last name beginning with the letter "Y" have suited up for the Crimson Tide. The only one who earned at least three varsity letters was tackle, Sid Youngelman ...

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