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  • Reader Q&A: Mark Gonzales' White Sox mailbag

    Reader Q&A: Mark Gonzales' White Sox mailbag
    There are times when I find some of your observations and statements to be befuddling unless you are trying to protect players so they can be traded. You recently said Jared Mitchell needs a little more seasoning.  He's a great athlete, but if he gets...
  • Francona has Indians headed in right direction

    Francona has Indians headed in right direction
    Zach McAllister didn't appear out of nowhere for the Indians last September at U.S. Cellular Field. He was making his 25th big-league start, but he looked too good to have a 4.56 ERA. Turns out the six strong innings McAllister threw against the White...
  • Yankees in strange new world without Jeter

    Yankees in strange new world without Jeter
    NEW YORK — In the backs of their minds, the Yankees knew this day was coming. They've known it for a long time and viewed it with the kind of dread we normally reserve for old age, increased taxes and the occasional basement flood. Derek Jeter...
  • Thursday Morning Coffee: The five things you need to know this morning.

     
    Good Thursday Morning, Fellow Seekers. With May about to turn into June and a mere 31 days remaining before the deadline to pass a new state budget, things are starting to pick up speed. So here's a quick rundown of......
  • Royals fall on Sunday, split series with Yankees

    Royals fall on Sunday, split series with Yankees
    Robinson Cano hit his eighth career grand slam, Alex Rodriguez added a three-run shot and the New York Yankees roughed up Luke Hochevar in a 10-4 win over the Kansas City Royals on Sunday. Nick Swisher added a homer in his return to the starting lineup,...
  • Position analysis: LaHair in fight in right

    Position analysis: LaHair in fight in right
    It’s hard to find any major league player who went through a 2012 season quite like Bryan LaHair did with the Cubs. After being installed as the first baseman in spring training, LaHair got his first real shot at proving himself in the majors at...
  • Phillies free agent, trade options — what would you do?

    Phillies free agent, trade options — what would you do?
    Picture this: Charlie Manuel and Ruben Amaro Jr. sitting around a large table with other front office members and scouts who are armed with a myriad of statistics, entrenched opinions and passionate voices. Don't, though, think for a second that Manuel...
  • In A Month Of Wild Assumptions, Girardi's Feeling Good About Yankees

    — Joe Girardi sat there Sunday at Yankee Stadium, rubbing his head, considering Eduardo Nunez, considering Derek Jeter, considering Rafael Soriano's 40 saves after Mariano Rivera was lost. And then the Yankees manager, who doesn't smile enough,...
  • Guillen could be Marlins' fall guy

    Guillen could be Marlins' fall guy
    Ozzie Guillen is getting what he asked for when he left one of the most loyal owners in sports to work for one of the quirkiest. His job is in jeopardy only one season into a four-year deal, and few will be sad if he is swept out alongside longtime player...
  • Twins biggest winners at winter meetings

     Twins biggest winners at winter meetings
    Terry Ryan has nothing against free-agent outfielder Michael Bourn. Honest. But the general manager knows his Twins aren't going to compete again in the American League Central — Joe Mauer or no Joe Mauer — until they fix a starting rotation...
  • Ichiro, Meet The Bleacher Creatures

    Ichiro, Meet The Bleacher Creatures
    Ichiro didn't get it the first time. After he had been traded by the Mariners earlier in the week, visiting Yankee fans at Safeco Field began their familiar Roll Call. The chants of each player's name by the Bleacher Creatures at Yankee Stadium are...
  • Lester Wins, Helped To A Degree By Yalies

    Lester Wins, Helped To A Degree By Yalies
    In a season when the greatest rivalry in sports has been the Red Sox vs. themselves, let this stand as more than a left-handed compliment: In recent games, Jon Lester is pitching like the ace he can be. On a Saturday when the most exciting intramural...