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Curt Schilling Should Be A Hall OF Famer

Dominant pitching ace and living hemorrhoid Curt Schilling retired Monday after 20 decorated seasons playing Major League Baseball.


Schilling, 42, who was awarded the 2001 World Series co-MVP with former Arizona Diamondbacks teammate Randy Johnson and is only the second person in history to have twice won or shared Sports Illustrated magazine’s “Sportsmen of the Year” honor, said he departed the game with “zero regrets.”

Yankees Best Red Sox in Spring Tune-up Behind Brilliant Burnett

Even in a meaningless Spring Training game, the greatest rivalry in the history of sports provided an exciting match-up on Tuesday night. The New York Yankees edged their arch-rivals, the Boston Red Sox, by a score of 7-1.


2009 Chicago Cubbies' Season Outlook : Joey Gathright

We are holding off on our backup catcher outlook to see if an official announcement is made.  So, as a result, today we are bringing you likely the last man to make the roster out of Spring, Joey Gathright.


A Look Back at the 2009 World Baseball Classic: A Tourney To Remember

As we look back at the second annual World Baseball Classic, their are many great memories.  This year's tournament was definitely one to remember.  With major upsets, ninth inning comebacks, and great international rivalries, this tournament was so jam packed with action and drama.

NL West Preview: Los Angeles Dodgers

The Los Angeles Dodgers have resigned Manny Ramirez and are looking to get to the next step and go to the World Series. Last year they lost to the Philadelphia Phillies in the NLCS. The Dodgers do have what it takes. They did lose Brad Penny to Boston but have Clayton Kershaw becoming a shining star.

The Dodgers need Jason Schmidt to be totally healthy as he will be a key in the Dodgers' playoff run. James Loney brings a 13 home run, 90 RBI season back with him, and Russell Martin had 13 homers and 63 RBIs in an All-Star season.

Keep an eye on: Clayton Kershaw, sp

Yankees vs. Red Sox: In-game Update

In Derek Jeter's second at bat, he blooped a down-and-away knuckler from Tim Wakefield to short right-field, but Teixeira followed him grounding into a 5-4-3 DP.

Seattle Mariners' Position Race: Starting Rotation

The Mariners have way too many starters. It includes young guys (Felix Hernandez, Brandon Morrow, Ryan Rowland-Smith, Garrett Olson) and veterans (Jarrod Washburn, Carlos Silva, Erik Bedard). Also, non-roster invitees like Chris Jakubauskas are also in the contension. But there are only five spots on the rotation. Who will make it?

AL West Preview: Oakland A's

The Oakland A's, with some new faces, most likely will tie with the upstart Rangers for second in the American League West division. Oakland brought back Jason Giambi, and traded young center fielder Carlos Gonzalez to Colorado for the powerful Matt Holliday.

Their pitching staff will need to come through behind Justin Duchscherer and Dana Eveland. The bullpen will have Joey Devine and Brad Ziegler in the late innings.

Keep and Eye on: Gio Gonzalez, sp

Do Steroids Really Make The Man? Or Does The Man Make The Man?

Drugs in any case are horrid. It seems that it is especially big in sports, such as baseball. Also in the WWE but that's fake and many believe that it is a useless show to watch.

People have their own opinion though and we can not change that. Anyway lately it seems as though people have just been coming clean about steroid use. (HGH hormone enhancers, call them whatever you want to

Phillies-Yankees Recap: Chien-Ming Wang Loses Against Phillies Lineup

After the Tampa Bay Rays halted the New York Yankees' bid for a ten-game winning streak yesterday, the Phillies handed Chien-Ming Wang his second loss of the spring.


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