1. Bitter Rivals, Sweet Results: Yankees take on Red Sox for AL East Supremacy

    The Yankees and Red Sox opened another series last night, and with it came another installment of baseball’s most important rivalry. It’s been long, it’s had its ups and downs, and lately it’s been very evenly matched...

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  2. MLB Class Changes: Players Are Becomming Owners and Everybody Is Winning

    Nolan Ryan was part of an ownership group which purchased the Texas Rangers last season, and the results were immediate...

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  3. MLB Draft 2011: Lack of Interest in the Draft Shouldn't Be a Concern

    The 2011 Major League Baseball draft will take place tonight, and hundreds of amateur athletes will be offered professional contracts to play baseball for an MLB organization...

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  4. San Francisco Giants: Turn the Page on Posey and Worry About Winning

    “If I never hear from Cousins again or he never plays another day in the big leagues, I think we’ll all be happy” was Giants GM Brian Sabean ’s comment today on the play that shelved Buster Posey for the season...

    Phil Gardner Written by Phil Gardner about 3 years ago 217 reads 1 comments

  5. MLB All-Star Game: What's Broken and How To Fix It

    Preliminary results are in for the NL All-Star team and who will make up the respective teams that will face off in a "winner takes all grudge match...

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  6. Times Change: MLB Always Looking to Shorten Games, but Is It Necessary?

    It’s a day and age of fast-food drive-throughs, microwave ovens, broadband Internet, online shopping, eHarmony dating, Twitter feeds, push notifications, fast drying and fast acting products, instant rebates and instant applications...

    Phil Gardner Written by Phil Gardner about 3 years ago 158 reads 1 comments

  7. Catching Bad Luck: The Ill Effects of Keeping Elite Players Behind the Dish

    Buster Posey’s season appears pretty much over; that much we know for sure. What is still up in the air is whether or not Buster Posey should ever be the full time catcher again In Major League Baseball...

    Phil Gardner Written by Phil Gardner about 3 years ago 353 reads 4 comments

  8. Toronto Blue Jays Pitcher Jo Jo Reyes Becomes Another Hard Luck Story

    Jo-Jo Reyes has not recorded a single win in 28 appearances. It dates all the way back to June 13, 2008, and it ties the Major league Baseball record of 28 straight starts without recording a win...

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  9. Major League Baseball and Its Wide Open Races

    It’s the end of May and the playoff races are still anybody’s to take. Eighteen teams are still within striking distance of first place, and not a single division appears to have a team with a rock solid advantage...

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  10. Employee Reviews: Met's Owner Gives Tough Review of His Team

    Mets owner Fred Wilpon gave an interview to Jeffery Toobin of the New Yorker. In a piece that seemed fashioned to try and draw sympathy for the financially beleaguered owner, it came out as anything but...

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