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Question of the Day: Which baseball players have been the biggest disappointment and biggest surprise this season? [Updated]The Fabulous ForumWriters from around the Tribune Co. discuss the first several weeks of the MLB season. Check back throughout the day for more responses and feel free to weigh in with a comment of your own. Kevin Baxter, Los Angeles Times......
Previo al arranque de la temporada de 2012 lancé una maldición a los Angelinos de Los Angeles —y en particular a Albert Pujols— que aún sigue atormentando a los serafines y al slugger dominicano. Entonces, un sábado 24 de diciembre de...
NewsdayWith two outs in the fifth inning, the night's result suddenly became a secondary story as far as the Yankees' long-term prospects are concerned. That was when Andy Pettitte, who had felt his upper back "completely lock up" in the fourth inning,...
The News TribuneStill pulsating, Mariners closer Tom Wilhelmsen stood holding a beverage in the clubhouse to explain why he was feeling fulfilled. "Everything you could want as a ninth-inning guy happened right there," Wilhelmsen said. Just about everything the...
NEW YORK -- Veteran left-hander Andy Pettitte left Thursday night's game against the Seattle Mariners with a back injury with two outs in the top of the fifth inning and the Yankees were handed a 3-2 loss. Pettitte was trying to become the 47th...
Tags: Raul Ibanez, Sports, Ichiro Suzuki, Brendan Ryan, Hector Noesi
Buenas noticias para los Yankees de Nueva York: Curtis Granderson ha regresado al club. El patrullero de los Mulos, que no había jugado en toda la temporada tras sufrir una lesión en el antebrazo derecho durante la primavera, fue reactivado el...
The Phillies FilesBy now, you all know that Roy Halladay could have any number of problems with his right shoulder, ranging from something minor, such as bursitis, to something career-threatening, such as a complete tear of his rotator cuff or labrum. What......
By now, you all know that Roy Halladay could have any number of problems with his right shoulder, ranging from something minor, such as bursitis, to something career-threatening, such as a complete tear of his rotator cuff or labrum. What we don't know...
Tags: Sports, Roy Halladay, Erik Bedard, Roger Clemens, Bursitis
Gigantic Roy Halladay banners hanging over the concourse at Citizens Bank Park may be irrelevant. His warm-up music — "Mad World" by Tears for Fears — might never again blare throughout the stadium. The end of an era may have arrived....
The Hartford CourantDid you know the Celtics are one of eight NBA teams to come back from a 3-1 deficit to win a playoff series — and were the first ones to do it? Philly was on the other end in 1968 but no team has come back from being down 3-0. The Celtics can tie...
Seattle TimesThey were, by acclimation, can't-miss prospects. Individually, they were on a path to inevitable stardom. Collectively, they were to be the three-headed core of a Mariner revival, cornerstones of a revamped, power-packed lineup. And yet, as another...
Tags: Cliff Lee, Mike Zunino, Sports, Texas Rangers, New York Yankees
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