1. Blue Jays embarrass Red Sox 8-1 in Doubleheader Opener

    The Toronto Blue Jays thumped the Boston Red Sox 8-1 in the first game of a day-night doubleheader at Fenway Park on Saturday afternoon. While it turned out to be an easy victory for Toronto, it certainly didn't seem that way early on...

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  2. Blue Jays Win 10th straight, but it's too Little too Late

    The Toronto Blue Jays have done something they couldn't do in their 1992-93 back-to-back World Series championship seasons: win 10 straight...

    KP Wee Written by KP Wee about 6 years ago 433 reads 2 comments

  3. A-Rod: 0-for-10 in Seattle as Yanks drop two of three

    In the New York Yankees-Seattle Mariners game on Sunday afternoon at Safeco Field, one of the infielders hit two bombs. Nope. Not Alex Rodriguez, but Seattle second baseman Jose Lopez...

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  4. Tim Wakefield: 500 appearances for Red Sox, and counting...

    Hard to believe, but Tim Wakefield made his 500th career appearance with the Boston Red Sox on Saturday. That's quite an achievement, considering how tons of players seem to change teams on a yearly basis in the day of free agency...

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  5. NL Cy Young: Deja Vu From 16 years Ago?

    This 2008 season sure started well for the Arizona Diamondbacks and their ace Brandon Webb. Webb went 9-0 in his first nine starts with a 2.56 ERA, and looked like he might never lose a game...

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  6. Shaun Marcum Pitches Shutout Ball in First Start Back from Triple-A

    Toronto Blue Jays pitcher Shaun Marcum did his job on Saturday afternoon. Closer B.J. Ryan didn't. And because of that, Marcum had nothing to show for his fine efforts...

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  7. A-Rod continues homer binge... in meaningless situations

    Alex Rodriguez has homered in four of the last five games, including in three straight against the AL East-leading Tampa Bay Rays. And all those home runs have one thing in common--they were all meaningless...

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  8. Blue Jays-Twins: Jays Win 9-0 Behind Snider and Litsch

    The Toronto Blue Jays finished off a three-game sweep of the Minnesota Twins in style, blasting the visitors 9-0 at Rogers Centre on Thursday...

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  9. Congratulations Cliff Lee on No. 20

    The Cleveland Indians' Cliff Lee picked up his 20th win of the season in style, pitching a complete-game 5-0 shutout against the AL Central-leading Chicago White Sox. It was Lee's fourth complete game of the season, and his second shutout...

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  10. Haha to the Dodgers

    In the off-season, I mentioned when the Los Angeles Dodgers hired Joe Torre, they would lose 90 games. Well, it looks like they won't, but I doubt they'll make the playoffs...

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  11. Horrible Night in New York as Yanks and Mets Both Drop Vital Games

    What a Tuesday night in the major leagues. Both New York teams choked, and while the Mets are still very much alive, the Yankees are running out of time, facing a huge deficit...

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  12. Dodgers can't hit, blow lead, remain three back

    It was a lost weekend as the Los Angeles Dodgers have lost the first three of their four-game series in Philadelphia...

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  13. ESPN's Jason Smith Wrong About Maddux, Dodgers Routed By Phillies, 8-1

    It's great when the "experts" get it wrong. A year ago, I'd written a book about the Red Sox and I credited ESPN Radio's Jason Smith for giving me the inspiration to do so...

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  14. MLB Musings: Brew Crew Unbeaten Since Prince Fielder's Meltdown

    Once again, the media is so smart. On Monday, Aug. 4, after the Milwaukee Brewers lost 6-3 to the Cincinnati Reds for their seventh defeat in nine outings, ESPN Radio started ripping the Brew Crew...

    KP Wee Written by KP Wee about 6 years ago 547 reads 2 comments

  15. Pathetic, Pathetic NL West

    The Minnesota Twins did their job on Saturday. The Los Angeles Dodgers didn't. Minnesota, thanks to Delmon Young's two-run homer and Francisco Liriano's second win since being recalled ...

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  16. Associated Press: Favre to Jets?

    According to the Associated Press, the Green Bay Packers have traded Brett Favre not to the Tampa Bay Bucs but to the New York Jets...

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  17. Jeff Karstens gets second gem for Pirates

    Jeff Karstens. Remember that name. Last week, the New York Daily News had reported a quote from Pittsburgh Pirates Hall of Famer Bill Mazeroski saying he was stunned the Pirates "traded two of [their] best players for guys [he'd] never heard of...

    KP Wee Written by KP Wee about 6 years ago 302 reads 3 comments

  18. Musings around MLB

    Notes from around the majors this week... —Sometimes you do everything to help your team, and yet you still lose...

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  19. Marcum loses no-no in 6th, beats A's 5-1

    The A's Bobby Crosby ended yet another Blue Jays pitcher's shutout bid. In fact, this time it ended a no-hit bid...

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  20. Mariners scored 10 runs in the seventh, beat Twins

    The Seattle Mariners scored 10 runs on Monday night... in one inning. Incredible, but true. Trailing 6-1, Seattle scored 10 times in the seventh inning and handed the Minnesota Twins a rare defeat...

    KP Wee Written by KP Wee about 6 years ago 253 reads 1 comments

  21. Blue Jays-A's: Toronto Recovers with a 6-1 Victory Over Oakland

    Seeing the Oakland A's on Monday night at the Rogers Centre was just what the doctor ordered for the Toronto Blue Jays. And the doctor, ace Roy Halladay, did his part, too, with eight solid innings, as the Blue Jays improved to ...

    KP Wee Written by KP Wee about 6 years ago 196 reads 1 comments

  22. Minnesota Twins Are Back in First Place

    The Minnesota Twins are back in first place. The surging Twins, following their 6-2 victory on Sunday over the Cleveland Indians, improved to 62-49, a half-game in front of the Chicago White Sox...

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  23. Atlanta Braves Lose Broadcaster Skip Caray

    In the midst of another bad season, the Atlanta Braves suffered yet another loss. No, this time it wasn't a loss in the standings, or another key player going down to injury. Nope. The Braves have lost long-time broadcaster Skip Caray...

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  24. MLB Talk: Johnson, Owings, Litsch, Giambi, and Maddux

    I've been proven wrong. Again. Nothing new, but I do acknowledge it when I get it wrong. Ever since I bashed Arizona's Randy Johnson, he has gone undefeated...

    KP Wee Written by KP Wee about 6 years ago 225 reads 1 comments

  25. Boston-New York in Rain Delay

    Perhaps the best thing for the Boston Red Sox on Sunday night is rain. The start of the Red Sox-Yankees game has been delayed by rain, with New York looking to sweep the Bosox in three straight at Fenway Park...

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