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Dining with Dice-K

Dining with Dice-K

King Ing May 29, 2008 2

With the possibility of Daisuke Matsuzaka’s injury landing him on the disabled list for a short while, he now has something to do in between rehabbing. Non-profit organization Good Sports is auctioning off a

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Ceremonial first pitches

Ceremonial first pitches

King Ing May 29, 2008 2

In honor of Mariah Carey throwing the ball less than fifteen feet in Japan, we decided to bring you the bottom 3 ceremonial first pitches. It’s like she didn’t even try. The catcher sure

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Have you seen my baseball: ring

Have you seen my baseball: ring

King Ing May 29, 2008 0

Julian Tavarez lost something athletes work their whole lives for. He lost his World Series ring. After being designated for assignment by the Red Sox, he was later released and then signed for the

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Wednesday Night MLB Recap

Wednesday Night MLB Recap

California Correspondent May 29, 2008 0

Here’s what you missed from America’s Favorite Pastime last night: – The Rays’ Troy Percival pulled an Eight Belles, going down hard after pulling his hammy. Dan Wheeler replaced him to get the final

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Detroit: Pulling Up The Rear

Detroit: Pulling Up The Rear

Justin May 28, 2008 0

They don’t call it the hot corner for nothing. First, the Tigers were forced to move Miguel Cabrera from third base because the former Marlin and current fatty didn’t seem comfortable manning the position.

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What’s in a name?

What’s in a name?

California Correspondent May 28, 2008 1

If you’re anything like me, you sit at work all day cursing at the players on your fantasy baseball team for not playing well enough. Since there’s nothing more insulting than when someone calls

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Dominicans like it Wilder

Dominicans like it Wilder

Gino Vaginelli May 23, 2008 0

Last week Dave Wilder, the Director of Player Personnel, was fired by the front office of the Chicago White Sox in the wake of an investigation by the Commissioner’s office inquiring into the skimming

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Coming Up Small

Coming Up Small

Justin May 22, 2008 0

If the Yankees end up saving their season, a lot of people may point to the return of ARod, who has homered twice (actually three times) since coming of the DL a couple of

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San Diego battery had no luck last night

San Diego battery had no luck last night

King Ing May 22, 2008 0

Albert Pujols had a bad 10 minutes last night. But not as bad as the Padres pitcher and catcher combination of Chris Young and Josh Bard. Pujols hit a ball that hit Young in

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A hurting in the Bronx

A hurting in the Bronx

California Correspondent May 21, 2008 0

Moose, the Yankees’ veteran, took a beating at Yankee Stadium last night, departing with a 7-0 defecit 2/3rds of the way into the 1st as Baltimore batted through the order. As the last place

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