1. Bengie Molina Traded to Texas Rangers

    Word of the San Francisco Giants trading catcher Bengie Molina to the Texas Rangers spread quickly following the team’s loss to the Los Angeles Dodgers on Wednesday afternoon...

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  2. Oakland A's Pitcher Dallas Braden: A Perfect Day for a Perfect Game

    OAKLAND, Calif. Sometimes, things have a way of working out perfectly. The often-overlooked Oakland Athletics took on the Tampa Bay Rays, the team with the best record in baseball, in the rubber match of the three-game series...

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  3. Five Questions for the Philadelphia Phillies 2010 Season

    With Spring upon us, there are a few areas of concern when it comes to the 2009 National League Champion Philadelphia Phillies. There are new faces on the team, payers returning from injuries, and others vying for their places...

    Claire Reclosado Written by Claire Reclosado about almost 5 years ago 305 reads 1 comments

  4. San Francisco Giants Announce 2010 Special Events and Promotions

    Ballpark giveaways and events are always one of the draws, and this season the San Francisco Giants have enticing freebies for fans...

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  5. Oakland A's Sign Ben Sheets To One-Year Deal

    The Oakland A's made a big move today by signing pitcher Ben Sheets to a one-year, $10 million contract. The 31-year-old pitcher missed the entire 2009 season after undergoing elbow surgery for a torn flexor tendon in his right elbow...

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  6. Joe Blanton, Shane Victorino, and Carlos Ruiz Sign with Philadelphia Phillies

    In the span of four days, the Philadelphia Phillies signed three key players to three-year deals. Joe Blanton, Shane Victorino, and Carlos Ruiz—all integral parts of the team’s success ...

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  7. San Francisco Giants Auction MLB Experiences to Raise Money for Haiti

    On Friday, the San Francisco Giants announced an auction to raise money for the Haiti earthquake victims that will appeal to many humanitarian baseball fans...

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  8. San Francisco Giants' Revolving Door Moves and Forms a Lineup

    After weeks of inactivity, the revolving door of the San Francisco Giants has begun to rotate. In just a little over two weeks the Giants have signed Mark DeRosa, re-signed Juan Uribe , designated ...

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  9. Jimmy Rollins Lead Phillies in Historical Walk-Off Win Over LA Dodgers

    With swagger in his step, Philadelphia Phillies shortstop Jimmy Rollins made the on-field interview rounds following his walk-off double in Game Four of the NLCS...

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  10. Philadelphia Phillies Ready For The Real Cole Hamels To Start NLCS

    The postseason is the time of year when true fans endure ninth-inning heart palpitations and fair-weather fans pay closer attention and invest in playoff merchandise. More importantly, it’s when MLB teams’ reveal their true grit...

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  11. Philadelphia Phillies Must Focus on 2009 Title Defense, Forget 2008 Title

    Welcome to the 2009 MLB Postseason, Philadelphia Phillies and fans. It's time to suppress the thoughts of revenge for 2007 and set aside the swagger that comes with the winning the 2008 World Series...

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  12. Philadelphia Phillies: Lidge Needs to Be Closer to Not Being The Closer

    The Philadelphia Phillies have been a focal point for many reasons—they are the reigning World Series champions, they are on pace to win the NL East, and they have a menacing lineup, just to name a few...

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  13. Philadelphia Phillies: What Goes Up Must Come Down

    Why does one study history? One reason to review the past is to know the possibilities of the future.In the past two years, the Philadelphia Phillies have been successful in the second half of the season—especially in September...

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  14. Philadelphia Phillies Need to Get Back on Track Before It's Too Late

    For any team to be a success, when one part of the group struggles, the rest must have the ability to pick up the slack...

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  15. Cliff Lee Dazzling in Philadelphia Phillies Debut

    (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu) SAN FRANCISCO—Cliff Lee, the Philadelphia Phillies’ newest starter, sure does know how to make an entrance...

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  16. Philadelphia Phillies Look Beyond Loss to San Francisco Giants

    SAN FRANCISCO—The World Champion Philadelphia Phillies are in San Francisco, but by the looks of the empty seats around the stadium, one wouldn't know...

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  17. Philadelphia Phillies' J.A. Happ Making His Presence Known

    With the All-Star Break behind them, the Philadelphia Phillies are back to work and ready for the last half of the season.Noticeably successful is rookie pitcher J.A. Happ...

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  18. Philadelphia Phillies Woes: Once Pitching Improves, Success Will Follow

    As the Philadelphia Phillies enter tonight’s game with the threat of being swept by the Atlanta Braves, the grumblings about the team’s losing ways has been growing with every popup, error, and run allowed...

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  19. No, Seriously, MLB's Diamond and Cubic Zirconia of May: Joe Mauer

    Diamond of May: Minnesota Twins' Joe Mauer In May, the Twins’ Mauer ranked in the top five in five of the nine hitting categories in the MLB. The catcher led the Majors in batting average (...

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  20. Philadelphia Phillies' Jimmy Rollins Gets 1,500th Hit and 300th Stolen Base

    Bay Area native Jimmy Rollins led the Philadelphia Phillies with four hits in the team’s 12-5 win over the Cincinnati Reds...

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  21. Philadelphia Phillies Arms Struggle, but Incite Hope

    When a team wins the World Series, the natural expectation is for that team to perform well the following season. It’s uncommon for the champions to return with a crippling weakness, but it happens...

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  22. Philadelphia Phillies: Still the National League's Best

    "The 0-2 pitch, swing and a miss! Struck him out! The Philadelphia Phillies are 2008 World Champions of baseball! And let the city celebrate!” It was seven months ago that the legendary ...

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  23. Harry Kalas: Saying Goodbye to a Legend

    In the past week, the baseball world has been saddened by news of numerous people passing, including long-time Philadelphia Phillies broadcaster Harry Kalas...

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  24. Oakland A's and San Francisco Giants: Non-Baseball Tips for Fans

    The best time of year is finally upon us, and while many are seasoned baseball fans, lessons that are learned through fan experience are oftentimes overlooked because of the overwhelming excitement...

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  25. San Francisco Giants: Tales From The Middle Infield

    It is always a focal point when it comes to defense—the middle infield. There is nothing more impressive than a pair of middle infielders pirouetting their way through a seemingly impossible double play...

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