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Boston Red Sox News: Clay Buchholz On Several Teams’ Radar?

Boston Red Sox News: Clay Buchholz On Several Teams Radar?

Longtime Boston Red Sox starting pitcher Clay Buchholz is reportedly drawing heavy interest from various teams around baseball, according to Nick Cafardo of the Boston Globe. Buchholz, 30, is in the midst of a rebound season after several injury-plagued and overall disappointing campaigns lowered his value. In 15 starts, Buchholz carries a 5-6 record with… Read more »

MLB News: Cole Hamels Will Consider Trade To Any Team

MLB News: Cole Hamels Will Consider Trade To Any Team

With the trade deadline rapidly approaching, the biggest name on the market is Philadelphia Phillies ace left-hander Cole Hamels. His name has been connected to several teams around the league, but he admits that he would be “open minded” to pitch anywhere, according to Jim Salisbury of Hamels, 31, is a constant subject of… Read more »

MLB News: Johan Santana Suspends Comeback Bid

MLB News: Johan Santan Suspends Comeback Bid

Johan Santana‘s most recent bid for a Major League Baseball resurgence has hit a brick wall that will not let the left-hander return to the mound in the 2015 season. According to Adam Rubin of, Santana needs more time to recover from a toe problem before he can return to pitching. “Two-time Cy Young… Read more »

Giancarlo Stanton To Have X-Rays On Hand On Saturday

Marlins Fans Hold Breath As Giancarlo Stanton Goes For X-Rays

Giancarlo Stanton has had an incredible season so far, but he may have hit a bump in the road on Friday as he hurt his left hand on a swing in the sixth inning and will now have to get x-rays on Saturday. The Miami Marlins lost to the Los Angeles Dodgers 7-1, but the… Read more »

Philadelphia Phillies Manager Ryne Sandberg Quits

Ryne Sandberg Leaves Philadelphia Phillies Sinking Ship

On Friday afternoon, Ryne Sandberg informed the Philadelphia Phillies that he was quitting as the team’s manager. CBS Sports is reporting that Sandberg is stepping down and third base coach Pete Mackanin will take over as interim manager. ESPN is reporting that Sandberg just got sick of losing all the time. This statement is a… Read more »

Ryne Sandberg Resigns As Philadelphia Phillies Manager

Los Angeles Angels Trade Rumors: Trade Discussed With Philadelphia Phillies For Ben Revere

Ryne Sandberg, manager of the Philadelphia Phillies, has resigned from his position. Sandberg admitted the change in other leadership roles was a factor in his stepping down. Andy McPhail, who was recently hired in the front office, probably no longer wanted Sandberg, even though the two worked together in Chicago with the Cubs. McPhail has… Read more »

Pete Rose Bet On Reds Games As A Player

Documents Show Pete Rose Bet On Games As A Player

Pete Rose was on the defensive for years as he lied time after time that he never bet on baseball. In 2004, he finally admitted to betting on the Cincinnati Reds while he was the team’s manager, but this only came about when he had a book to sell. Rose also left out another important… Read more »

Ex-Met Darryl Hamilton Found Dead In A Murder-Suicide

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Former New York Mets outfielder was identified by the police in Pearland, Texas, as one of two victims in an apparent murder-suicide. Local officers were responding to a disturbance call Sunday when they found Hamilton’s body near the front entrance of a home. The other person found dead, Monica Jordan, 44, was found dead in… Read more »

Mike Trout: Major League Baseball’s Best Player?

Mike Trout: Major League Baseball's Best Player?

Many experts, pundits, and fans alike consider 23-year-old Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim centerfielder Mike Trout the best baseball player in the game today. There’s little doubt that if the team with the No. 1 overall selection in the 2009 MLB draft could have a do-ever, they would pick Trout in a heartbeat. Mike ending… Read more »

Jon Lester’s Season Suddenly Looking Bright

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Jon Lester heard the talk after his first couple of starts. He had a pretty poor beginning to his Chicago Cubs career, but Jon Lester likely knew that his talent was better than what he was showing on the field. After those first two starts, the Cubs ace has actually been pretty darn good. The… Read more »