In the hours before the
"I would love it," he said.
Street cited the chance to "play with guys like
"I was probably too young to realize how good he was at the time," Street said of Scioscia. "That's one of the best managers, maybe, of all time. If I went there, I'd have a real chance to win."
The Angels would love to add a closer, and they would prefer Street to
Street said he is happy in San Diego. However, his contract does not include a no-trade clause. The Padres — or any team that might trade for him — can keep him next season for $7 million.
"I don't know what's going to happen," he said. "I wish I did."
He does know this: the Padres are not going to win this year.
"I want to win this year," Street said. "When you've got the
Why must it take three hours to complete the
"Television wants a three-hour program," he said.
An ESPN spokesman declined to comment on whether the network insists upon a three-hour broadcast and whether it would consider a shorter one.
Troy Tulowitzki of the
"It doesn't bother me how long it is," Tulowitzki said. "I would stay out all night and take batting practice all night if they let me. Hopefully, they make it longer."
"After you see the first round, it's, 'All right, we've seen everybody,'" McCutchen said. "It's kind of like, 'Oh, a home run?'"
Trout doubled, tripled and drove in two runs. The only other player to do that in an All-Star game: Hall of Famer Earl Averill, in 1934. In the first seven All-Star at-bats of his career, Trout has four hits, three for extra bases. . . . The Dodgers'