1. New York Mets' Starting Pitching

    After a second consecutive well-documented collapse, this one a failure of epic proportions, the Mets appear to have fixed the team’s only significant weakness...

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  2. 2009 Mets Rotation

    After a second consecutive well documented collapse, this one a failure of epic proportions, the Mets appear to have fixed the team’s only significant weakness...

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  3. My Picks for the Baseball Hall of Fame Ballot

    On Monday, Jan. 12, Jim Rice will likely join Rickey Henderson in celebrating the results of the 2009 Baseball Writers Association of America balloting, and this summer, will join the ranks of baseball’s immortals...

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  4. Matt Holliday to the Oakland Athletics

    By now you’ve probably heard: The A’s have acquired Matt Holliday from the Rockies. The expected package sends Holliday to Oakland in exchange for Huston Street, Carlos Gonzalez, and Greg Smith...

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  5. Rays-Phillies: Iwamura Is Awesome, Bartlett Picks Own Nose with Tongue

    This is a live blog of Game Two of the World Series. I may write one note each inning or a host of things as they occur to me. There is no plan. Basically, I will spew the contents of my mind reflexively across the page...

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  6. World Series, Game One: Obama Is Clutch, and Lidge Gets the Save

    Albert Pujols stood at the plate; his tree-trunk legs planted firmly in the deep brown of the box. His stance was wide, his legs spread and flexed, and his head was completely still...

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