1. Will the New York Yankees Redeem Themselves Against the Baltimore Orioles?

    The New York Yankees just left Tampa with an 0-3 record after being swept by the Rays . Tampa Bay is a strong team, but no one saw this coming. New York's next stop is in Baltimore for another three-game series against the Orioles ...

    Bill Ford Written by Bill Ford about over 2 years ago 1,299 reads 7 comments

  2. Toronto Blue Jays Prove They Are Tough AL East Competitors Winning 2 out of 3

    The Toronto Blue Jays indicated throughout the offseason and into spring training that they would be fierce competitors, and they have proved that they can battle through a difficult game with their second consecutive extra-innings win...

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  3. Yankees off to Tough Start, but Phil Hughes May Turn into the Hero

    The New York Yankees have had two difficult losses in their first two games of the season, but no one should have any concerns about having a bad season...

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  4. Cleveland Indians' Asdrubal Cabrera Should Get Second All-Star Appearance

    Cleveland Indians ' 2011 All-Star Asdrubal Cabrera should be on his way to his second consecutive All-Star appearance in 2012. Cabrera had a breakout 2011 season with 165 hits, 32 doubles, three triples, 25 home runs and 92 RBI with a ...

    Bill Ford Written by Bill Ford about over 2 years ago 1,149 reads 6 comments

  5. Mariano Rivera Blows First Save Opportunity, but Yankees Look Strong

    New York Yankees legendary closer Mariano Rivera blew his first save opportunity in the Opening Day game against the Tampa Bay Rays , but there is no need to be concerned...

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  6. Toronto Blue Jays off to a Good Start, Make Opening Day History

    The Toronto Blue Jays made history with the Cleveland Indians yesterday by playing the longest game on Opening Day in major league history. Heading into the ninth inning, the Blue Jays were down 4-1...

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  7. MLB Spring Training: Cleveland Indians Pitcher Jeanmar Gomez Wins 5th Spot

    Cleveland Indians right-handed pitcher Jeanmar Gomez won with fifth and final spot in the starting rotation for the 2012 season...

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  8. MLB Spring Training: Brian Cashman Shocks NY, Sends Francisco Cervelli to Minors

    New York Yankees catcher Francisco Cervelli was optioned down to Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre on Wednesday after a trade that helped New York to acquire Chris Stewart from the Giants for George Kontos...

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  9. MLB Spring Training: Toronto Blue Jays' Ricky Romero on Quest for the Postseason

    Toronto Blue Jays ' ace starting pitcher Ricky Romero is on a quest to lead the Jays into the postseason. Being a leader is not a role that he personally assumed, but he naturally developed into it with his relaxed but strong and solid work ethic...

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  10. MLB Spring Training 2012: Cleveland Indians' Ubaldo Jimenez Deserves Suspension

    Cleveland Indians ' right-handed starting pitcher Ubaldo Jimenez nearly caused a brawl that cleared both benches after he hit Colorado Rockies ' shortstop Troy Tulowitzki on his left elbow...

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  11. New York Yankees: 10 Burning Questions Heading into Opening Day

    Opening Day is almost here. When the 2011 World Series came to an end, it seemed as though the winter would take forever and that baseball was a lifetime away. Then the winter meetings began, livening the fans a bit with updates and news...

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  12. MLB Spring Training 2012: Don't Feel Sorry for Toronto Blue Jays' Travis Snider

    Last week, the Toronto Blue Jays announced that Eric Thames won the job to start in left field for the 2012 season. The decision sent Travis Snider back down to Triple-A...

    Bill Ford Written by Bill Ford about over 2 years ago 2,554 reads 4 comments

  13. MLB Spring Training 2012: Toronto Blue Jays' Anthony Gose Steals the Show

    The Toronto Blue Jays ' No. 2 top prospect Anthony Gose made quite an impression on Thursday by stealing home to secure a win for the Blue Jays against the Boston Red Sox . In the eighth inning, Gose was walked to first base to lead off...

    Bill Ford Written by Bill Ford about over 2 years ago 1,216 reads 3 comments

  14. MLB Spring Training 2012: Yankees' Joe Girardi Has a Tough Decision to Make

    New York Yankees manager Joe Girardi has had the entire spring training to observe and evaluate all of the candidates for the starting pitching rotation. The time has arrived for Girardi to make his decision, and this one will be difficult...

    Bill Ford Written by Bill Ford about over 2 years ago 2,425 reads 3 comments

  15. MLB Spring Training 2012: Cleveland Indians' Jack Hannahan Wins Third Base Job

    The Cleveland Indians have awarded Jack Hannahan the job at third base after a long spring training battle for the position. He and Lonnie Chisenhall dueled for the job, and Hannahan came out on top, sending Chisenhall to Triple-A Columbus...

    Bill Ford Written by Bill Ford about over 2 years ago 615 reads 2 comments

  16. Kyle Drabek Closing in on Toronto Blue Jays' No. 5 Spot

    Toronto Blue Jays right-handed pitcher Kyle Drabek has been fighting against strong competition for the No. 5 spot in the starting rotation, and he is closing in on achieving that spot...

    Bill Ford Written by Bill Ford about over 2 years ago 2,411 reads 3 comments

  17. Joe Girardi and the 10 Managers Who Don't Get Enough Credit

    Major League Baseball has been filled with a cast of characters throughout the years. Many players retire, but they just can't stay away from baseball for too long. Often enough, they end up managing in the major leagues...

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  18. MLB Spring Training 2012: New York Yankees, This Is Not the Start We Expected

    The New York Yankees always seem to have some excitement going on. They always seem to have some sort of breaking news or something in development...

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  19. MLB Spring Training: Toronto Blue Jays' Travis Snider Loses Job to Eric Thames

    The Toronto Blue Jays have announced that the starting position in left field will go to Eric Thames, and Travis Snider has been optioned back to the minor league. Snider will start the 2012 regular season with Triple-A Las Vegas...

    Bill Ford Written by Bill Ford about over 2 years ago 2,342 reads 3 comments

  20. MLB Spring Training 2012: Blue Jays Top Prospect Anthony Gose Heads to Triple-A

    Toronto Blue Jays No. 2 top prospect Anthony Gose, ranked by Baseball America , is on his way to Triple-A Las Vegas to start as their center fielder...

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  21. MLB Spring Training 2012: Yankees vs. Red Sox Rivalry Starts Early This Year

    New York Yankees fans and Boston Red Sox fans have long been East Coast rivals, and fans have always passionately defended their teams. The rivalry is usually a lot of fun...

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  22. MLB Spring Training 2012: Cleveland Indians, Don't Panic Yet

    The Cleveland Indians have struggled a bit so far during the 2012 spring training session, but don't panic just yet...

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  23. MLB Spring Training 2012: Toronto Blue Jays Cut Travis D'Arnaud and Mike McDade

    The Toronto Blue Jays have made another series of roster cuts , leaving 41 players who remain in the Toronto spring training camp. Travis d'Arnaud and Mike McDade are two prospects among those who were cut from the roster...

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  24. New York Yankees: 25 Biggest Clutch Hits in Franchise History

    The New York Yankees have a long history of being one of the most elite teams, not just in baseball, but in all of professional sports. Over the years, there have been a fair share of heartbreaking moments in Yankees history, just like any other team..

    Bill Ford Written by Bill Ford about over 2 years ago 231 reads 35 comments

  25. MLB Spring Training 2012: For Cincinnati Reds, It's All About the Pitching

    The Cincinnati Reds ' starting pitching rotation has started to become a powerful force in spring training putting up strong, solid numbers together...

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