1. Matt Morris Released By Pirates

    It looks like the end of the line for former 20-game winner Matt Morris. Morris, who went 22-8 with a 3.16 ERA for the St. Louis Cardinals in 2001, was released early Sunday by the Pittsburgh Pirates, as reported first by Toronto's Fan 590...

    KP Wee Written by KP Wee about over 6 years ago 496 reads 1 comments

  2. Athletics-Mariners: Erik Bedard Dominates Oakland, Allows Just Two Hits

    Erik Bedard finally returned to the Mariners' rotation and provided a huge lift, as Seattle ended a three-game losing streak on Saturday night...

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  3. Padres-Diamondbacks: San Diego Loses Nine of Ten Games

    The San Diego Padres once again struggled offensively on Friday night, losing their fifth straight home game, and ninth of 10 overall.This time, the Padres fell to Randy Johnson and the visiting Arizona Diamondbacks, 5-1...

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  4. Padres-Diamondbacks: Trevor Hoffman Blows Greg Maddux's Bid for No. 350

    Greg Maddux will have to wait yet again until his next start to get career victory No. 350.Last Friday, in Maddux's first bid at the milestone win, the veteran right-hander gave ...

    KP Wee Written by KP Wee about over 6 years ago 606 reads 2 comments

  5. Cubs-Rockies: Congratulations Due as Chicago Gets No. 10,000

    The Chicago Cubs, off to their best start after the 21-game mark in 33 years, defeated the Colorado Rockies 7-6 at Coors Field for win No. 10,000 in franchise history...

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  6. Washington Capitals' Playoff Failures Continue

    The Washington Capitals have only had a handful of great playoff moments since their existence in the NHL starting in 1974-75...

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  7. New York Baseball: Why Is Jason Giambi Still in the Yankees' Lineup?

    In light of the Frank Thomas release by the Blue Jays, I just have to shake my head and wonder why another slumping DH/first baseman is still in the regular lineup.That would be Jason Giambi of the New York Yankees...

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  8. Blue Jays-Tigers: Rios, McGowan Excel, but Frank Thomas Is the Story

    Alex Rios and Dustin McGowan were the heroes for the Toronto Blue Jays on Saturday, but the big story was DH Frank Thomas and his soon-to-decrease playing time...

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  9. Rockies-Padres: A Long Game and Random Thoughts on Salaries

    The Colorado Rockies and San Diego Padres had another epic on Thursday night to follow up on their one-game playoff last October...

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  10. Bruins-Canadiens: Back to 2004?

    What on earth is happening in the Boston-Montreal series?The Boston Bruins were supposed to have been gone already, as many—including myself here on Bleacher Report—had written them off right from the start...

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  11. Chien-Ming Wang: Please Don't Say Cy Young

    In the New York Yankees' 15-9 slugfest over the Boston Red Sox at the Bronx on Tuesday, Yankees starter Chien-Ming Wang was lucky. Eight runs in four-plus innings, and Wang's ERA ballooned by over 2...

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  12. 2008 NHL Playoffs: Bruins Fall Again, But How About Those Flames?

    After losing all eight of their meetings to the Montreal Canadiens during the regular season, the Boston Bruins looked bad in the opener of the playoffs...

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  13. Dave Nonis Out as Vancouver Canucks GM

    I had a big smile on my face upon hearing the news of Dave Nonis getting the boot in Vancouver.Vancouver Canucks owner Francesco Aquilini fired Nonis on Monday, ending the former general manager's three-year run...

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  14. Sunday Night Thrillers: Bruins, Devils, Flames Victorious with Improbable Third-Game Triumphs

    Following a great Saturday of action in sports, hockey fans were treated to three thrillers on Sunday night: a trio of heart-stopping Game Threes...

    KP Wee Written by KP Wee about over 6 years ago 355 reads 1 comments

  15. What a Saturday in Sports: Tigers-White Sox, Yankees-Red Sox, Bruins-Canadiens

    What a day Saturday in sports!All of it carried on the tube in the Pacific Northwest.A near no-hitter, Red Sox-Yankees, and Bruins-Canadiens. No Blue Jays on TV, however, as CBC was carrying the NHL playoffs, and the Toronto-Texas contest was a night game

    KP Wee Written by KP Wee about over 6 years ago 241 reads 0 comments

  16. Could Carey Price Be the 2008 Conn Smythe Winner?

    The question that has been posed for Bleacher Report writers is: Who will win the 2008 Conn Smythe Trophy as playoff MVP?Well, to figure that one out, you pretty much have to try and ...

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  17. NHL Playoff Predictions

    A late entry here, although I did submit my picks earlier (3:00 P.M. Eastern), hours before the opening face-offs of Day One of the Stanley Cup playoffs, on Rick Jessup's Overanything website (www...

    KP Wee Written by KP Wee about over 6 years ago 364 reads 0 comments

  18. Blue Jays-Red Sox: Thomas Delivers Again

    For the third straight day, the Boston Red Sox couldn't keep up with the Toronto Blue Jays.For the third straight day, Blue Jays DH Frank Thomas delivered a two-out extra-base hit to stake a dagger into the Red Sox's hearts...

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  19. Rites of Spring: Boston-Montreal Again in the Stanley Cup Playoffs

    The Boston Bruins and Montreal Canadiens will square off once again in the Stanley Cup playoffs for the 31st time in history.The Canadiens have gone 23-7 in this one-sided rivalry, humiliating the Bruins seemingly every time out...

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  20. Blue Jays-Red Sox: Toronto Wins Thanks to Kyle Snyder and Bryan Corey

    The Red Sox-Blue Jays contest on Saturday started out as a battle of the youngsters on the mound, with Clay Buchholz pitching for Boston and Jesse Litsch going for Toronto...

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  21. Eastern Conferece: Craig Anderson Could Make the Difference

    Fifteen of the sixteen playoff spots in the NHL have already been decided as the 2007-08 regular season comes down to the final weekend.The final playoff spot could be determined by a relatively unknown goaltender coming into this season...

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  22. Dumb Marketing: Does Daniel to Henrik Equal Goal?

    The Vancouver Canucks 2007-08 season is finally over. Well, actually, they still have a game remaining on Saturday night against the playoff-bound Calgary Flames, but really, it's a meaningless affair for last season's Northwest Division champs...

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  23. Sens Talk: Will Ottawa Make the Playoffs?

    Who would have thunk it? The Ottawa-Toronto game Thursday night at the Air Canada Centre has major implications for one of the final playoff spots in the Eastern Conference...

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  24. NHL Playoffs: Four Games Left in Western Conference Race

    Another bad break for the Vancouver Canucks on Saturday night.Nope, they didn't lose yet another game. That's because they were idle then.No, but the Calgary Flames did, dropping a tough 2-1 decision at home to the Edmonton Oilers...

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  25. Bruins Talk: Boston Wins Third Straight

    The Boston Bruins have seemingly risen from the dead once again - for now.On Tuesday morning, the Bruins were hanging on to the eighth and final playoff spot in the Eastern Confernce, with a ...

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