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  • More Cubs rumors

     
    One of the downsides of the MLB offseason is that you have to rely on rumors and speculations until something actually materializes.  At this point, the Cubs are in the middle of various potential moves (or so we think):   The Cubs are supposedly...
  • Power rankings: No. 21 Mariners

    Power rankings: No. 21 Mariners
    No. 21 Mariners: 10th in a series counting down to spring training. Next: Indians. One run per game, plus a little more. That's what the Mariners have to find somewhere if they ever are going to reach the playoffs behind Felix Hernandez. Forget for a...
  • Ichiro donating to relief effort through Red Cross

    Ichiro donating to relief effort through Red Cross
    PEORIA, Ariz. -- Mariners right fielder Ichiro Suzuki is donating 100 million yen, which equates to about $1.25 million, to the Japanese Red Cross for earthquake and tsunami relief efforts, according to the Kyodo News Agency. Ichiro has yet to comment...
  • Chone Figgins has "no regrets" over leaving Angels

     
    The money was greener in Seattle but the grass hasn't been so far for Chone Figgins, who last winter spurned a three-year, $24-million offer to return to the Angels to sign a four-year, $36-million deal with the Seattle Mariners. The......
  • Ichiro Suzuki records 10th straight 200-hit season

     
    Tribune News Services TORONTO -- Seattle's Ichiro Suzuki became the first player with 10 straight 200-hit seasons on Thursday, breaking his own record with a single to center in the fifth inning of the Mariners' game against the Blue Jays. Suzuki, whose...
  • AL Gold Glove winners announced

     
    Seattle right fielder Ichiro Suzuki has won his 10th straight Gold Glove and New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter has won his fifth overall. The American League awards for fielding excellence were announced Tuesday by Rawlings. Also honored were first.....
  • Japanese baseball players in U.S. try to contact friends, family after deadly earthquake

     
    Ripples from the earthquake that devastated parts of Japan were being felt as far away as Arizona and Florida on Friday as Japanese players tried, sometimes in vain, to reach friends and family members. The quake, the largest recorded temblor......
  • Cal State Long Beach teammates Jered Weaver and Jason Vargas oppose each other tonight

     
    Angels right-hander Jered Weaver will look to snap a three-game losing streak tonight when he pitches against the Seattle Mariners and former Cal State Long Beach pitcher Jason Vargas, a left-hander who, like Weaver, was drafted in 2004. Weaver was......
  • Torii Hunter to make first start of season in CF vs. Mariners; Angels not interested in Kevin Millwood

     
    The Angels' new center fielder Thursday is their old center fielder. With Peter Bourjos mired in an 0-for-23 slump, Manager Mike Scioscia moved Torii Hunter from right field to center for Thursday's game against the Seattle Mariners at Safeco Field.......
  • Mike Scioscia shoots down speculation that baseball will eliminate three divisions

     
    Baseball appears headed for realignment, with one team from the National League -- most likely the Arizona Diamondbacks or Houston Astros -- probably headed for the American League, a move that would create two 15-team leagues. As part of realignment,.......
  • Angels aren't concerned about Jered Weaver's heavy workload

     
    Jered Weaver threw a career-high 128 pitches in his five-hit shutout of Seattle on Tuesday night, the fourth time in 15 starts this season the Angels right-hander has surpassed the 120-pitch mark and the eighth time he has thrown 115......
  • Joe Bologna's suggestion for a new baseball statistic

     
    While the Society for American Baseball Research holds its convention in Long Beach, actor and writer Joe Bologna offers an idea for a new baseball statistic to measure offensive effectiveness: Having grown up in Brooklyn in the 1940s and '50s,......