1. National League Division Leaders: Which Teams Are For Real?

    The unofficial halfway point of the 2010 baseball season was culminated by the National League's 3-1 win of the All-Star game on Tuesday night...

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  2. Pinstripes By The All-Star Game? Cliff Lee to Yankees Rumors Surface

    In what could be a very bizarre situation, rumors have surfaced that Cliff Lee, who is scheduled to pitch against the New York Yankees later tonight, could be dealt by the Seattle Mariners to New York before weekend's end...

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  3. The New York Jets: Team Or Movie Set?

    The Jets continued their off season shopping spree this week, reportedly signing defensive end Jason Taylor to a two-year contract. The financial details of the contract have not yet been released...

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  4. New York Mets Top Chicago Cubs 6-1 in Ike Davis's Debut

    After a rough road trip, the Mets came back to Citi Field and took care of business as they rolled over the Cubs 6-1. Jon Neise pitched decently...

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  5. Ike Davis Called Up To Bring Some Youth to New York Mets

    The New York Mets finally called up first base prospect Ike Davis to the major league team today. Manager Jerry Manuel has already penciled him into the sixth slot of the starting lineup...

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  6. Sky Is the Limit for Roy Halladay in the NL

    During the better part of the year and a half prior to December 2009, many baseball fans were kept guessing as to whether or not Roy "Doc" Halladay of the Toronto Blue Jays would be dealt from the team and where it would be...

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  7. Nomar Garciaparra Leaves the Field for the Set

    Nomar Garciaparra , the baseball superstar most popular for his time as a shortstop for the Boston Red Sox has decided to call it a career. The six-time All-Star called a press conference earlier today at City of Palms Park in Fort Meyers, Fla...

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  8. Detroit Tigers: Johnny Damon Finds a Home

    After a long winter of speculating about where Johnny Damon would play in 2010, it appears that the two-time World Champion has finally made a decision. The Detroit Tigers have stepped in with an offer that apparently was to Damon's liking...

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  9. I'm Back...And So Is Baseball

    Well, after taking a two and a half month break — a break I did not plan on taking — I am trying to get back into the flow of things in the spirit of pitchers and catchers reporting to spring training...

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  10. Curtis Granderson To New York Yankees

    Two days into the general manager winter meetings in Indianapolis, the Yankees have made their first big move of the offseason...

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  11. Philadelphia Phillies Take Care of the Hot Corner, Atlanta Solidifies the Pen

    The Phillies have taken care of the hole left at third base by Pedro Feliz after the team declined to pick up his option for 2010...

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  12. Derek Jeter Named Sports Illustrated's "Sportsman of the Year"

    While Derek Jeter may have missed out on winning the American League MVP Award to Joe Mauer, this is one award no one can take away from him. It was announced today that Jeter will be named Sports Illustrated's Sportsman of the Year...

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  13. Joe Mauer Nearly Unanimous for AL MVP

    The American League Most Valuable Player Award was announced today. As expected, Minnesota Twin backstop Joe Mauer ran away with the honor. Voting for Mauer was nearly unanimous, as he received 27 of the 28 first place votes...

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  14. Chris Coghlan, Andrew Bailey Announced as MLB Rookie of the Year Winners

    The National League and American League Rookie of the Year Awards were handed out this afternoon, both of which had most baseball fans asking, "Who the heck is that?" The National League honors went to Florida Marlin outfielder Chris Coghlan...

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  15. Seattle Mariners: The Kid Is Back for Another

    Word coming out of the continental northwest today is that Ken Griffey Jr. will return to play for the Seattle Mariners in 2010. It could be the final year of his Hall of Fame career...

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  16. Red Sox Tying Up The Loose Ends

    The Boston Red Sox made a few moves today to ensure that most of their 2009 roster stays intact for 2010. According to MLB.com, Boston has picked up catcher Victor Martinez's $7.1 million club option for 2010...

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  17. Thank You, Hideki Matsui

    As the 2002 postseason came to a close for the New York Yankees on a Nick Johnson pop-up to Anaheim Angel shortstop David Eckstein, one question was immediately raised as the players solemnly ...

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  18. Phillies and Dodgers: The Stove Is Already Warming Up for Next Year's Race

    While literally millions of New Yorkers (including myself) were busy celebrating the 27th New York Yankee World Championship up and down downtown New York's Canyon of Heroes, the rest of Major League Baseball began offseason business as usual...

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  19. World Series Preview: Why Yankees Will Triumph in Seven

    We are finally here! It's World Series time!While Major League Baseball and most of its fans may have been salivating over the thought of a Dodgers versus Yankees World Series, an "I-95" series, ...

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  20. The-e-e-e-e Yankees Win!

    Well, the Yankees made it official Sunday night. They are going to the World Series for the first time since 2003, when they lost the championship to Josh Beckett and the Florida Marlins. I was at the game...

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  21. MLB Playoff Preview: Championship Series

    After a division series round that featured three sweeps and one four-game series win, the real fun will begin tomorrow night, as the NLCS between the Philadelphia Phillies and the Los Angeles Dodgers will open at Dodger Stadium...

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  22. Weekend In Review

    Well, I gave my opinion on each of the four Division Series last week, and so far, I have been right on two of three of them (though I was off in the games). By 10:30 last night, we had three division series in the books...

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  23. Playoff Preview: Division Series

    It is finally here! October baseball!While some matchups look to be very exciting, others could prove to be a little lopsided.Here is my breakdown. Leading off, the National League: Colorado Rockies vs...

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  24. Twins and Tigers to Play Tiebreaker

    Unless you are completely oblivious to the national sports media, you know that the Minnesota Twins and Detroit Tigers will be playing a tiebreaker game this Tuesday in Minnesota's Metrodome...

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  25. The Enigma That Is Alex Rodriguez

    A .320 batting average, three home runs, five doubles, eight runs batted in, and two stolen bases in 11 games. Do those numbers look good? They should...

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