1. New York beats Boston again, wins eighth straight

    The New York Yankees have come all the way back, winners of eight straight, and are now just one game back of the Boston Red Sox. Boston (60-45) is two games behind first-place Tampa Bay (61-42), which won 5-3 in Kansas City on Saturday night...

    KP Wee Written by KP Wee about 6 years ago 136 reads 1 comments

  2. Boston Bruins: Should a Fan Give Up on His Team?

    Last week, Bleacher Report senior writer Sean Crowe penned a piece stating he was disowning the Boston Bruins, which brought about a huge discussion...

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  3. After The All-Star Game: Boston Red Sox in Trouble

    It's amazing how a couple of days can change things so quickly. The Boston Red Sox had entered the All-Star break red hot, winning five of six games and took over top spot in the AL East on the last day before the end of the first half...

    KP Wee Written by KP Wee about 6 years ago 305 reads 5 comments

  4. Breaking News: Packers don't intend to release Favre

    In the latest round of the Brett Favre soap opera, the Green Bay Packers have fired back. According to The Associated Press, Packers GM Ted Thompson and coach Mike McCarthy indicated ...

    KP Wee Written by KP Wee about 6 years ago 606 reads 4 comments

  5. Richie Sexson No Longer a Mariner...Finally!

    Good riddance, Richie Sexson. You're finally gone. The Seattle Mariners, the worst team in the American League, finally released the light-hitting first baseman that signed a four-year, $50-million contract in December of 2004 to play in the Emerald City.

    KP Wee Written by KP Wee about 6 years ago 753 reads 8 comments

  6. Ray Emery: From Stanley Cup Finals to Russia

    This has to be one of the biggest falls from grace in recent history, certainly not with the same magnitude of the Mike Vick situation, but surely, it is in hockey circles...

    KP Wee Written by KP Wee about 6 years ago 494 reads 1 comments

  7. Alex Rodriguez to miss Home Run Derby?

    Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez will reportedly miss this year's Home Run Derby despite the fact the event will be held at his home ballpark, Yankee Stadium...

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  8. Johnson vs. Bonds: Shouldn't the Big Unit get the same criticisms?

    Arizona's Randy Johnson gave up three homers to the Brewers as Milwaukee took a 7-1 lead and hung on for an 8-6 triumph. Johnson has lost six straight starts and is winless in eight...

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  9. The Jesse Litsch Curse?

    Jesse Litsch of the Toronto Blue Jays is 8-4 this season. But the sophomore pitcher has won only once since the start of June. Litsch, who had seven wins by the end of May, had been doing so well until the recent bad luck...

    KP Wee Written by KP Wee about over 6 years ago 326 reads 2 comments

  10. NHL Talk: Blackhawks Dive into Free Agency, Sign Campbell and Huet

    The Chicago Blackhawks, a joke of a franchise in the last decade, have certainly made a big splash on the first day of free agency on Tuesday...

    KP Wee Written by KP Wee about over 6 years ago 547 reads 5 comments

  11. Tampa Bay Rays: Best Team in Baseball

    Give the schedule-makers some credit. Who would have thought a Tampa Bay-Boston series at the end of June going into July would have major impact for both clubs? The Rays enter the ...

    KP Wee Written by KP Wee about over 6 years ago 674 reads 11 comments

  12. Boston Red Sox's Near No-Hitters In 1992

    Fans at Dodger Stadium witnessed history on Saturday night. Well, if not history, certainly something weird, something that you don't see in a ballgame very often...

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  13. Great outings from surprising people

    Baseball is a strange game, as often times what you expect turns out the exact opposite. Take the last two days, for instance. Sidney Ponson, who has not posted an ERA under 5...

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  14. Tale of Two Pitchers: Sidney Ponson vs. Shawn Chacon

    It's amazing how some athletes keep getting chances, and how some probably will never again. You can go back in history and look at Darryl Strawberry, Dwight Gooden, or the late Steve Howe...

    KP Wee Written by KP Wee about over 6 years ago 688 reads 4 comments

  15. Jays-Pirates: Could have been in '92

    The Toronto Blue Jays took on the Pirates in Pittsburgh for the first time ever in a game that counted, when the two teams hooked up for the first of a three-game series on Friday night...

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  16. This Month in Boston Bruins History: Cam Neely, the Trade, and the Hall of Fame

    The Hall of Fame class of 2008 will be announced on Tuesday, so it's time to look back on one of the members of the 2005 class: Cam Neelt This former Bruin was selected for the Hockey Hall of ...

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  17. Bud Selig to Blame for Chien-Ming Wang's Injury

    The New York Yankees beat the Houston Astros 13-0 on Sunday to complete a three-game sweep, but the victory was costly...

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  18. Toronto Blue Jays: What Should the Last-Place Birds Do?

    The New York Mets' struggles thus far this season have been well documented. After Sunday's action, the underachieving Mets are only 33-35, despite an excessive $130 million payroll...

    KP Wee Written by KP Wee about over 6 years ago 382 reads 1 comments

  19. Great storylines in the Majors, Saturday June 14th

    A great day of action in the majors all around. A pair of players went back to their former ballparks and haunted their ex-teams, while another went back home and blasted his hometown team...

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  20. Open-Mic: Oh, those sad-sack Mariners

    The Seattle Mariners were expected to contend this season. Yet, they're baseball's worst team with a 24-43 record heading into Saturday's action against the Washington Nationals...

    KP Wee Written by KP Wee about over 6 years ago 335 reads 2 comments

  21. Cubs-Blue Jays: Johnson haunts Blue Jays; time for JP to be gone?

    You just knew this was going to happen. A former Blue Jay comes back to town, and sticks it to the Blue Birds. Reed Johnson, released by Toronto in the spring because of the signing of Shannon ...

    KP Wee Written by KP Wee about over 6 years ago 221 reads 0 comments

  22. Blue Jays-Mariners: Toronto Beaten by Lowly Seattle

    The Toronto Blue Jays now find themselves last in the AL East, tied with the New York Yankees and Baltimore Orioles in the basement, following yet another loss at the Rogers Centre...

    KP Wee Written by KP Wee about over 6 years ago 262 reads 2 comments

  23. NHL: What Have We Learned This Season?

    Here are a few things we learned this NHL season (or at least I did): A late-season slump doesn't necessarily mean a team is headed for a quick exit in the Stanley Cup playoffs...

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  24. Goodbye to a legend: Dominik Hasek Retires

    The Associated Press has reported that Detroit Red Wings superstar goaltender Dominik Hasek will announce his retirement from the NHL Monday...

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  25. Blue Jays-Orioles: Vernon Wells Homers in Second Game Back

    Vernon Wells went three for four with a home run and scored two runs, as the Toronto Blue Jays finally ended a four-game losing streak, beating the Baltimore Orioles 5-4 Sunday afternoon at Rogers Centre...

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