1. Barry Zito: The Ace Of The Marketing Department

    When former San Francisco Giants' managing general partner Peter Magowan convinced general manager Brian Sabean to sign free agent Barry Zito to a record-setting contract prior to the ...

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  2. Two Trades To Get the San Francisco Giants Back on Track

    Heading into the All-Star break, the San Francisco Giants were atop the National League Wild Card standings, two games ahead of the Colorado Rockies...

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  3. My 2009 MLB All-Star Rosters

    The voting for the 2009 MLB All-Star Game comes to a close tonight and, as I do annually, I've waited until the last possible day to cast my ballot...

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  4. All Hail Tampa's "Zorilla"

    As is the case with any year, there have been numerous surprises in Major League Baseball so far this season. Russell Branyan, a career .237 hitter, is batting .307. Zack Greinke, who had 34 victories in his first five seasons, already has eight this year

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  5. Is Tulowitzki Following In Crosby's Footsteps?

    In 2003, just a year and a half removed from being drafted 25th overall out of Long Beach State University, Bobby Crosby stormed into the majors and won the American League Rookie of the Year award...

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  6. Is Jason Bay Due for a Massive Regression?

    Acquired by the Red Sox at the 11th hour of last season's trade deadline as part of the three-way deal that sent Manny Ramirez to the Dodgers, Jason Bay has more than filled the shoes vacated by his predecessor in Boston...

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  7. Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim Staying Afloat Despite Decimated Rotation

    With roughly one-sixth of the 2009 regular season in the books, the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim—widely considered the favorites to win a mediocre AL West—sit in third place, a game and a half behind the division leading Texas Rangers...

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  8. MLB Power Rankings: Top 30 Free Agents

    We're now more than a month and a half into the 2008-2009 offseason, which means that about 50 percent of the gap between the end of the World Series and the beginning of Spring Training has elapsed...

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