1. Toronto Blue Jays: Vernon Wells Is Back

    Blue Jays outfielder Vernon Wells, who'd been out since May 10 after fracturing his left wrist in Cleveland, is back in the Toronto lineup...

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  2. Remembering Glen Wesley

    Earlier this week, Carolina Hurricanes defenseman Glen Wesley retired after a lengthy 20-year career. The Hurricanes have announced that they will retire Wesley's jersey number as a tribute to the long-time blueliner...

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  3. Chien-Ming Wang: Just a .500 Pitcher

    A pitcher's win-loss record is often times misleading. I've written before about Matt Cain of the Giants, and his poor win-loss record from last season despite a fine ERA. I've talked about the Blue Jays' starters not getting any runs...

    KP Wee Written by KP Wee about 6 years ago 1,051 reads 4 comments

  4. Turning point in Braves' Season?

    Mark this down on your calendar: June 4th, 2008. This date could well be looked back upon as one thing, the day the Atlanta Braves' season ended...

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  5. Blue Jays scored nine, but offense still struggling

    Yes, the Toronto Blue Jays knocked out Joba Chamberlain during the third inning in the young Yankee's first ever big league start at Yankee Stadium on Tuesday...

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  6. Angels-Blue Jays: Shaun Marcum, John Lackey Shine in Anaheim Win

    Juan Rivera singled with the bases loaded in the bottom of the 10th, giving the Los Angeles Angels a 3-2 victory over the Toronto Blue Jays on Saturday night...

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  7. Kansas City Royals: When Will the Bubble Burst?

    I like to root for underdogs, but you just have to figure that some of the teams not expected to contend that are thriving now, will probably fall down to earth at some point. Take the Kansas City Royals, for example...

    KP Wee Written by KP Wee about 6 years ago 403 reads 1 comments

  8. Rockies Rumors: Will Colorado Trade Matt Holliday?

    Not many saw it coming last September and October when the record-setting Colorado Rockies won the Wild Card and made it to the Fall Classic...

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  9. Toronto Blue Jays: Jesse Litsch Wins Again

    Where would the Toronto Blue Jays be without their pitching? Frank Thomas (released) is long gone, and Vernon Wells (fractured left wrist) won't be back until possibly the second half, ...

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  10. Cleveland Indians: Never Fear, Lee's on the Mound tonight

    In a span of just over a week, the Cleveland Indians' fortunes have changed. Cleveland has lost seven straight, including a 13-9 setback at Progressive Field against the visiting Texas Rangers Friday night...

    KP Wee Written by KP Wee about over 6 years ago 369 reads 1 comments

  11. Shawn Chacon: A look at his career

    Shawn Chacon has seemingly done it all in the big leagues. The right-hander has been a starter in the postseason, closer, All-Star, star-turned-disaster in New York, and has had an up and down career...

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  12. Blue Jays: Jesse Litsch Does It All

    I'm starting to root for Jesse Litsch of the Toronto Blue Jays. The so-called fifth starter of the Jays is doing it all in just his second year in the big leagues...

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  13. Cincinnati Reds: Ken Griffey Jr. Just Gets Away With It All

    I read the story about Ken Griffey Jr. paying off a debt in pennies to teammate Josh Fogg (see link below), and could only shake my head. I'm sure if it'd been Barry Bonds and not Griffey Jr...

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  14. This Week in Baseball: Bullpens Blow It

    It's not just Matt Cain of the Giants—whom I've documented several times on here—who suffer from lack of run support and bullpen collapse. And it's not just the entire Blue Jays staff—led by hard-luck Roy Halladay—either...

    KP Wee Written by KP Wee about over 6 years ago 505 reads 1 comments

  15. This Week in Boston Bruins History: May 10, 1970

    Here's the second edition of "This Week in Bruins History," with a look back at the Stanley Cup clincher on May 10, 1970.Led by Bobby Orr’s memorable game-winner, the Boston Bruins completed a four-game sweep of the St...

    KP Wee Written by KP Wee about over 6 years ago 1,803 reads 0 comments

  16. This Week in Boston Bruins History: May 9, 1990

    The date was May 9, 1990. The place: the Cap Center in Landover, Maryland.The Boston Bruins defeated the Washington Capitals, 3-2, in Game 4 of the Wales Conference Finals to advance to their second Stanley Cup Finals in three years...

    KP Wee Written by KP Wee about over 6 years ago 601 reads 0 comments

  17. San Francisco-Pittsburgh: Matt Cain Gets Run Support, but Still Loses

    San Francisco right-hander Matt Cain has been unlucky during the last couple of seasons, suffering from a lack of offensive support, and is 8-19 in 40 starts since the beginning of the 2007 season...

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  18. Toronto-Tampa Bay: Shaun Marcum Comes Up Big Against the Rays

    The Toronto Blue Jays received yet another outstanding performance from their starting pitcher and didn’t miss a beat despite losing two shortstops to injuries a night earlier, beating the Tampa Bay Rays 6-2 on Wednesday night...

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  19. San Diego Padres: Greg Maddux Seeks Win No. 350

    Greg Maddux makes his fourth try at career win No. 350 on Sunday as the San Diego Padres play the finale of their three-game series against the Florida Marlins in Miami.Maddux, 0-2 with an ERA over 5...

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  20. Blue Jays-White Sox: Jesse Litsch, 12-Hit Attack Downs Chicago

    The Toronto Blue Jays’ pitching staff finally allowed a run in May, but the team is still undefeated this month...

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  21. Tampa Bay in First Place?

    The Tampa Bay Rays (16-12) begin a three-game weekend series against the Boston Red Sox (17-13) starting tonight at Fenway Park...

    KP Wee Written by KP Wee about over 6 years ago 464 reads 1 comments

  22. Why Isn't Bonds a Yankee Yet?

    The New York Yankees, 14-16, are second-last in the AL East and have two key players on the disabled list, and just got swept by the Detroit Tigers...

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  23. Sharks Going Down Like 92-93 Bruins

    I'm not a San Jose Sharks fan, but I can sure understand the pain the supporters of that franchise are going through...

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  24. Giants' Matt Cain Finally Wins, but Victory is Overshadowed

    On a night when the San Francisco's offense finally came through for Matt Cain, the right-hander's sparkling performance was overshadowed by a couple of other Giants...

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  25. Recapping Sunday's MLB Action: Pitching the Big Story

    Baseball fans were treated to a day of great pitching duels and performances on Sunday afternoon, as there were four shutouts as well as several other low-scoring games...

    KP Wee Written by KP Wee about over 6 years ago 489 reads 1 comments