1. Pete Carroll To Accept Seattle Seahawks Job Within 48 Hours

    Yesterday, the Seattle Seahawks fired head coach Jim Mora Jr. after just one season with the team and a 5-11 record with the team. In less than a day, the Seahawks contacted USC head football coach Pete Carroll with an offer that Petey could not refuse..

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  2. An Ode to "The Hawk" Andre Dawson

    Andre Nolan Dawson was the only player on the 2010 Hall of Fame Ballot that was announced to be inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame, which was announced yesterday...

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  3. Phillies-Yankees: Teixeira, Matsui Lift New York To Game Two Victory

    The New York Yankees gave a reason why they are Pedro Martinez’s daddy. Martinez pitched six innings giving up three runs in the 3-1 Game Two victory by the Yankees...

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  4. Lee, Utley Fuel Phillies to Game 1 Victory

    One word describes Cliff Lee in game one of the World Series Wednesday Night, and that word was "dominate". Lee was chosen to start game one by Charlie Manuel because the Philly skipper was confident that Lee would be able to perform the way he did...

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  5. The Future of The Pittsburgh Pirates

    If you haven’t heard of the Pittsburgh Pirates organization let me give you a brief history. The Pirates contend in the National League Central Division against the Cardinals, Cubs, Brewers, Reds, and Astros...

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  6. Yankees Take Season Finale Game From The Tribe

    Yankees 5, Indians 2 The New York Yankees and the Cleveland Indians wrapped up the final game between the two teams of the season...

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  7. Yankees Comeback Ends In Heartbreak

    Indians 5, Yankees 4 The New York Yankees came into the final game of a four game series leading the AL East and looking to take game number three away from the Indians...

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  8. New York Yankees Claim AL East Division Lead Behind Texeira and Jeter

    Yankees 3, Indians 1 The New York Yankees have claimed the division lead for the first time since the last game of the 2006 season. It has been a long road for the Yankees, but finally they have reclaimed what has been rightfully theirs for a long time.

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  9. Tigers-Blue Jays: Late Rally Secures Toronto Victory

    The Blue Jays were down all game, and the Tigers had a 3-0 lead going into the eighth. Edwin Jackson pitched a great game for Detroit, going 7.1 innings. He struck out four and only gave up one run on a home run by Scott Rolen...

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  10. Brewers-Giants: Giants' Offense Contributes in Win

    Brewers 6 Giants 10 W: J. Martinez (1-0) L: J. Suppan (0-1) The Giants bullpen helped to them to pull off the win at San Francisco. Joe Martinez came in to relieve Tim Lincecum in the fourth...

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  11. Rays-Red Sox: Josh Beckett Smokes Tampa Bay in Victory

    Rays 3 Red Sox 5 W: J. Beckett (1-0) L: J. Shields (0-1) S: J. Papelbon (1) The home opener for the Boston Red Sox against the Tampa Bay Rays was rained out yesterday, so they were forced to play the first game of the season today...

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  12. Royals-White Sox: Thome Helps Sox Win Opener

    Royals 2 White Sox 4 w: O. Dotel (1-0) L: K. Farnsworth (0-1) S: B. Jenks (1) This was a tale of two stories like most games are. For the Royals, the story was the starting pitching and then the bullpen...

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  13. Braves-Phillies: Derek Lowe Impressive in Debut Start

    Derek Lowe’s debut for the Braves was one to remember. Lowe threw eight innings of shut out ball in Philadelphia’s Citizen Bank Ballpark. He only gave up two hits and struck out four Phillies batters...

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  14. Mexico City-Monterrey Recap: Mexican League Showdown Kicks Off League Season

    The Mexico City Red Devils defeated the Monterrey Sultans, 4-3, to kick off the start of the Mexican League and the Minor League Baseball season...

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  15. The All-World Baseball Classic Team

    The World Baseball Classic came to a close last night as Japan defeated Korea 5-3 in ten innings in a terrific game. Japan won their second straight World Baseball Classic with Daisuke Matsuzaka winning his second MVP in the WBC...

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  16. NL West Preview: Los Angeles Dodgers

    The Los Angeles Dodgers have resigned Manny Ramirez and are looking to get to the next step and go to the World Series. Last year they lost to the Philadelphia Phillies in the NLCS...

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  17. NL West Preview: Arizona Diamondbacks

    The Arizona Diamondbacks fell short in making the playoffs last year with only 82 wins but with a low budget and aces like Brandon Webb and Dan Haren, the might be pretty competitive in the west...

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  18. NL West Preview: San Francisco Giants

    The San Francisco Giants ended last year with a 72-90 record, a tiny improvement from 2007. This year they'll finish third in the West because the hitting will not be there this year...

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  19. NL West Preview: San Diego Padres

    The San Diego Padres has a disappointing season last year only managing 63 wins last year after an 89 win year the season before. This year could be the year things start to change for San Diego and it starts with the pitching rotation...

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  20. NL West Preview: Colorado Rockies

    The Colorado Rockies are two years removed from their World Series run in 2007 and things couldn't be more different. Last year, they finished with a 74-88 record. They finished fourth in the NL West...

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  21. NL Central Preview: Chicago Cubs

    The National League's top team last year will comeback and do it again. The Cubs return with Alfonso Soriano, Derek Lee, and Geovany Soto in their lineup. Soto is the reigning NL Rookie of the Year and plans to stay on the same course...

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  22. NL Central Preview: St. Louis Cardinals

    The St. Louis Cardinals will most likely end up second to the hated Chicago Cubs again. The Cardinals do have the lineup and the talent, but overall, the Cubs are better...

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  23. NL Central Preview: Cincinnati Reds

    The Cincinnati Reds will make the greatest improvement this year. I have a feeling they will finish above .500 after a 74-88 record last year...

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  24. NL Central Preview: Milwaukee Brewers

    Slim at pitching, the Milwaukee Brewers might slip to fourth this year pending on whether or not their hitting will pick it up. Ryan Braun, Prince Fielder, J.J...

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  25. NL Central Preview: Houston Astros

    The Houston Astros, I predict, will finish fifth in the NL Central. I don't think that they will have enough steam to finish in the top and they will be beaten out by the Cincinnati Reds...

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