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Andy Marte Assigned To Minors; States “My Work Here Is Done”

The Pittsburgh Pirates assigned four players to their minor league affiliates on Saturday. Among those players was former elite, can’t-miss prospect Andy Marte. Marte was signed late last year by the Pittsburgh Pirates after he was let go by the … Continue reading

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2011 Predictions

For those of you without the patience to wait six months to see what happens this season, let me tell you: National League West – Giants: Hard to imagine the defending champs not winning the west again this year, considering … Continue reading

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Where were they then – Richie Sexson

If you were compiling a list of players better at fantasy baseball than real baseball, Richmond Lockwood Sexson (I feel like there should be a ‘III’ behind that) would probably be at or near the top of said list.  Despite … Continue reading

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Players With Trade Buzz In 2011

This interesting read comes from the good folks at The Bleacher Report. There are some big names included who have spent a lot of time playing for one team. We will see how it all plays out but one can … Continue reading

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A Word Of Advice When Drafting Francisco Rodriguez In 2011

Chances are you weren’t looking to overdraft in order to ensure you get K-Rod this year, but here is an interesting tidbit of information that will probably help you sour on him even more. Here is the meat and potatoes … Continue reading

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Royals Not Interested In Racking Up Anymore Steals

Here’s a humorous anecdote from the Kansas City Royals camp. At least the Arizona police appear to be in good spirits about their ineptitude: Rookie LHP Everett Teaford, who had his pickup truck stolen outside of a Peoria, Ariz., restaurant … Continue reading

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Zack Greinke: Interview Extraordinaire

Zack Greinke should be forced to give interviews following every game, whether he pitched or not. Here’s some highlights of the interview: On his new teammates: “I like a lot of the guys. I haven’t seen anyone yet that’s annoying … Continue reading

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In the words of Larry David, this is pretty good. . . pret-tay, pret-tay, pret-tay, pret-tay good

Photo Story: La Decisión – ARod Counsels Albert Pujols

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Finally. . . baseball is back in order

As a Cardinals fan, I was naturally consumed by the recent Albert Pujols contract negotiations and subsequent failure to agree to terms before his self imposed deadline.  After weeks of reckless tweets and unnamed sources reporting what seemed like everything … Continue reading

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Exactly HOW Scrappy Was Aaron Miles?

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