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Chapman trade is a win-win for Yankees and Cubs

Not that there was any doubt before today, but the Cubs are officially all in, World Series-or-bust mode for the 2016 season. The team is betting that the short-term PR headache they’re taking on in acquiring Aroldis Chapman will pay dividends in … Continued

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Chapman trade is a win-win for Yankees and Cubs

Not that there was any doubt before today, but the Cubs are officially all in, World Series-or-bust mode for the 2016 season. The team is betting that the short-term PR headache they’re taking on in acquiring Aroldis Chapman will pay dividends in … Continued

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Major League Baseball’s weirdest jersey numbers

When Luis Cessa came on in relief for the Yankees on April 8th, he officially became the best player in the Yankees’ storied history to wear No. 85. That’s because he is the only player in Yankees history to wear said number. Cessa’s … Continued

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Major League Baseball’s weirdest jersey numbers

When Luis Cessa came on in relief for the Yankees on April 8th, he officially became the best player in the Yankees’ storied history to wear No. 85. That’s because he is the only player in Yankees history to wear said number. Cessa’s … Continued

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Major League Baseball’s nine best ballparks

Major League Baseball returned this week and as fans fight through the fickle winds and drizzle of these early season games, our hosts and experts from MLB Network Radio weighed in on the nine best stadiums in the majors. Consider this … Continued

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Major League Baseball’s nine best ballparks

Major League Baseball returned this week and as fans fight through the fickle winds and drizzle of these early season games, our hosts and experts from MLB Network Radio weighed in on the nine best stadiums in the majors. Consider this … Continued

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Opening Day 2016: MLB Network Radio’s experts make their season predictions

Winter is over and baseball is back! Last week, SiriusXM Fantasy Sports Radio’s baseball gurus had some of the smartest minds in MLB talking about who you should be drafting for your fantasy team and now we’ve got the experts from … Continued

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Opening Day 2016: MLB Network Radio’s experts make their season predictions

Winter is over and baseball is back! Last week, SiriusXM Fantasy Sports Radio’s baseball gurus had some of the smartest minds in MLB talking about who you should be drafting for your fantasy team and now we’ve got the experts from … Continued

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Fantasy Baseball brain trust: who Brian Cashman, Theo Epstein and Billy Bean think you should draft

SiriusXM Fantasy Sports Radio has taken fantasy baseball players closer to the game over the past few weeks by chatting with Major League Baseball general managers and team presidents about players you will be drafting this season. From Billy Beane to … Continued

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Fantasy Baseball brain trust: who Brian Cashman, Theo Epstein and Billy Bean think you should draft

SiriusXM Fantasy Sports Radio has taken fantasy baseball players closer to the game over the past few weeks by chatting with Major League Baseball general managers and team presidents about players you will be drafting this season. From Billy Beane to … Continued

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#FlashbackFriday: Rest In Peace, Joe DiMaggio (Nov. 25, 1914 – March 8, 1999)

What we’re gonna do right here is go back. Waaay back. Back into time. Each Friday, SiriusXM will help you reminisce, as we hop into a time machine and relive the great sports moments of the past. Both on the baseball diamond and … Continued

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#FlashbackFriday: Rest In Peace, Joe DiMaggio (Nov. 25, 1914 – March 8, 1999)

What we’re gonna do right here is go back. Waaay back. Back into time. Each Friday, SiriusXM will help you reminisce, as we hop into a time machine and relive the great sports moments of the past. Both on the baseball diamond and … Continued

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MLB Network Radio’s offseason winners and losers (so far)

From the winter meetings to the $100-million bids for superstar free agents, the baseball offseason is almost as much a spectacle as the regular season. Even though the offseason merry-go-round isn’t quite finished with players like Yoenis Cespedes and Dexter Fowler … Continued

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MLB Network Radio’s offseason winners and losers (so far)

From the winter meetings to the $100-million bids for superstar free agents, the baseball offseason is almost as much a spectacle as the regular season. Even though the offseason merry-go-round isn’t quite finished with players like Yoenis Cespedes and Dexter Fowler … Continued

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Adam Schein ‘cannot get enough’ of broadcaster A-Rod

FOX has not shied away from controversial baseball figures in their World Series coverage this year, featuring both Pete Rose and Alex Rodriguez as analysts. And while the Yankee star may be lacking experience in his current role, Mad Dog Sports … Continued

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Adam Schein ‘cannot get enough’ of broadcaster A-Rod

FOX has not shied away from controversial baseball figures in their World Series coverage this year, featuring both Pete Rose and Alex Rodriguez as analysts. And while the Yankee star may be lacking experience in his current role, Mad Dog Sports … Continued

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MLB Network Radio remembers Yogi Berra

Baseball lost one of its all-time greats Tuesday, as Yogi Berra passed away at the age 90 on the 69th anniversary of his MLB debut with the New York Yankees. Berra had one of the most astonishing careers in MLB history in … Continued

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MLB Network Radio remembers Yogi Berra

Baseball lost one of its all-time greats Tuesday, as Yogi Berra passed away at the age 90 on the 69th anniversary of his MLB debut with the New York Yankees. Berra had one of the most astonishing careers in MLB history in … Continued

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Goose Gossage on agents and innings caps: ‘Stay the hell out of it’

Hall of Famer, nine-time All-Star and one of the original closers. Rich “Goose” Gossage undeniably had one fine career in his 22 seasons in Major League Baseball. A big reason for Gossage’s long term success was his ability to stay … Continued

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Goose Gossage on agents and innings caps: ‘Stay the hell out of it’

Hall of Famer, nine-time All-Star and one of the original closers. Rich “Goose” Gossage undeniably had one fine career in his 22 seasons in Major League Baseball. A big reason for Gossage’s long term success was his ability to stay … Continued

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Better World Series chances: Blue Jays or Yankees?

Give the Toronto Blue Jays Troy Tulowitzki, David Price and an eight game winning streak, and suddenly a New York Yankees American League East crown doesn’t seem like such a sure a thing. Whichever way the division goes, the way the wild … Continued

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Better World Series chances: Blue Jays or Yankees?

Give the Toronto Blue Jays Troy Tulowitzki, David Price and an eight game winning streak, and suddenly a New York Yankees American League East crown doesn’t seem like such a sure a thing. Whichever way the division goes, the way the wild … Continued

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David Price compares Yankee Stadium to little league field

Leading up to and during the MLB All-Star Game in Cincinnati, there was no shortage of talk about New York Yankees’ third basemen Alex Rodriguez‘s exclusion from the AL roster. After all, A-Rod’s had a very productive comeback season for the Bronx … Continued

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David Price compares Yankee Stadium to little league field

Leading up to and during the MLB All-Star Game in Cincinnati, there was no shortage of talk about New York Yankees’ third basemen Alex Rodriguez‘s exclusion from the AL roster. After all, A-Rod’s had a very productive comeback season for the Bronx … Continued

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On the road with MLB Network Radio’s Spring Training Tour

MLB Network Radio is on the road again, hitting all 30 clubs in 26 days! SiriusXM’s 24/7 baseball talk channel is on the ground in Arizona and Florida, bringing you a close-up look at your favorite team’s spring training camp. Check out … Continued

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On the road with MLB Network Radio’s Spring Training Tour

MLB Network Radio is on the road again, hitting all 30 clubs in 26 days! SiriusXM’s 24/7 baseball talk channel is on the ground in Arizona and Florida, bringing you a close-up look at your favorite team’s spring training camp. Check out … Continued

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Chances are? ‘A-Rod doesn’t make the team’

Alex Rodriguez might not even make the Yankees. In fact, New York Post national baseball writer Ken Davidoff said on SiriusXM Bleacher Report Radio, that’s “the leading bet right now.” “[The prevailing thought is] that he just physically can’t handle … Continued

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Chances are? ‘A-Rod doesn’t make the team’

Alex Rodriguez might not even make the Yankees. In fact, New York Post national baseball writer Ken Davidoff said on SiriusXM Bleacher Report Radio, that’s “the leading bet right now.” “[The prevailing thought is] that he just physically can’t handle … Continued

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VOTE NOW for the top 5 MLB games of 2014

The 2014 MLB season was full of memorable games, from no-hitters, to Derek Jeter‘s final game in New York, to Game 7 of the World Series. To celebrate a fantastic season of baseball, MLB Network Radio will be airing the … Continued

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VOTE NOW for the top 5 MLB games of 2014

The 2014 MLB season was full of memorable games, from no-hitters, to Derek Jeter‘s final game in New York, to Game 7 of the World Series. To celebrate a fantastic season of baseball, MLB Network Radio will be airing the … Continued

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Didi Gregorius scouting report: Bowden loves deal for Yankees

The New York Yankees took a shot at replacing Derek Jeter last week, as general manager Brian Cashman pulled the trigger on a deal that brought in shortstop Didi Gregorius from the Arizona Diamondbacks. Gregorius, 24, batted .226 in 80 … Continued

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Didi Gregorius scouting report: Bowden loves deal for Yankees

The New York Yankees took a shot at replacing Derek Jeter last week, as general manager Brian Cashman pulled the trigger on a deal that brought in shortstop Didi Gregorius from the Arizona Diamondbacks. Gregorius, 24, batted .226 in 80 … Continued

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Dog bites: Jimmy Fallon, Matt Harvey ‘frauds’

There’s a reason they call Chris Russo, “Mad Dog.” In Dog Bites, we highlight and breakdown his greatest on-air moments. It’s safe to say Dog is on fire. Today in Dog Bites, Russo takes aim at two of New York’s favorites: … Continued

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Dog bites: Jimmy Fallon, Matt Harvey ‘frauds’

There’s a reason they call Chris Russo, “Mad Dog.” In Dog Bites, we highlight and breakdown his greatest on-air moments. It’s safe to say Dog is on fire. Today in Dog Bites, Russo takes aim at two of New York’s favorites: … Continued

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Steve Phillips: Matt Harvey’s attendance at Jeter’s final home game ‘inappropriate’

Let’s say you called out sick from work last Thursday, and then your boss saw you on the jumbotron at Derek Jeter’s last home game at Yankee Stadium. He probably wouldn’t be too happy, right? Well, that’s kind of how … Continued

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Steve Phillips: Matt Harvey’s attendance at Jeter’s final home game ‘inappropriate’

Let’s say you called out sick from work last Thursday, and then your boss saw you on the jumbotron at Derek Jeter’s last home game at Yankee Stadium. He probably wouldn’t be too happy, right? Well, that’s kind of how … Continued

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Dog bites: Russo vs. Keith Olbermann

There’s a reason they call Chris Russo, “Mad Dog.” In Dog Bites, we highlight and breakdown his greatest on-air moments. In this edition of Dog Bites, Mad Dog responds to Keith Olbermann’s evisceration of Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter, who wraps up his … Continued

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Dog bites: Russo vs. Keith Olbermann

There’s a reason they call Chris Russo, “Mad Dog.” In Dog Bites, we highlight and breakdown his greatest on-air moments. In this edition of Dog Bites, Mad Dog responds to Keith Olbermann’s evisceration of Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter, who wraps up his … Continued

Sports

Schein on Sports: Week in review and a weekend preview (9/22-9/26)

Everything you need to know heading into the weekend in the world of sports. Pop. Sizzle. Start spreading the news! In case you’ve been living under a rock or with your head in the sand for the last seven months, … Continued

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Schein on Sports: Week in review and a weekend preview (9/22-9/26)

Everything you need to know heading into the weekend in the world of sports. Pop. Sizzle. Start spreading the news! In case you’ve been living under a rock or with your head in the sand for the last seven months, … Continued

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Cal Ripken Jr. points out what he and Derek Jeter have in common

“I’m 1-for-my-last-2, guys. I’m hot,” Derek Jeter joked at the end of Wednesday night’s New York Yankees win over the Tampa Bay Rays. Jeter made the joke on the heels of a 1-for-4 night, the “1” ending an 0-for-28 skid. … Continued

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Cal Ripken Jr. points out what he and Derek Jeter have in common

“I’m 1-for-my-last-2, guys. I’m hot,” Derek Jeter joked at the end of Wednesday night’s New York Yankees win over the Tampa Bay Rays. Jeter made the joke on the heels of a 1-for-4 night, the “1” ending an 0-for-28 skid. … Continued

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Should the Yankees let Tanaka pitch in 2014? MLB Network Radio debates

As Masahiro Tanaka ups the the amount of throwing in his rehab program, fans and analysts are wondering: Will the New York Yankees send their ace to the hill again this season? Tanaka hasn’t pitched since a July 8th loss … Continued

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Should the Yankees let Tanaka pitch in 2014? MLB Network Radio debates

As Masahiro Tanaka ups the the amount of throwing in his rehab program, fans and analysts are wondering: Will the New York Yankees send their ace to the hill again this season? Tanaka hasn’t pitched since a July 8th loss … Continued

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MLB Network Radio Dissects Epic Trade Deadline Day

When baseball fans woke up on Thursday morning, they had no idea what kind of day the trade deadline had in store for them. Early speculation made it seem that 2014 would be a repeat of last year’s somewhat slow … Continued

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MLB Network Radio Dissects Epic Trade Deadline Day

When baseball fans woke up on Thursday morning, they had no idea what kind of day the trade deadline had in store for them. Early speculation made it seem that 2014 would be a repeat of last year’s somewhat slow … Continued

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MLB Network Radio remembers Don Zimmer

Don Zimmer was a baseball lifer. He signed with the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1949 and played for six franchises in the U.S. When his playing days were over, Zimmer managed the Padres, Red Sox, Rangers and Cubs from the early … Continued

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MLB Network Radio remembers Don Zimmer

Don Zimmer was a baseball lifer. He signed with the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1949 and played for six franchises in the U.S. When his playing days were over, Zimmer managed the Padres, Red Sox, Rangers and Cubs from the early … Continued

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Jim Duquette: Laz Diaz is a jerk

As an official in a professional sport, it’s never good to see your name in the headlines. Major League Baseball umpire Laz Diaz found himself there Monday night into Tuesday. New York Yankees reliever Shawn Kelley was ejected by Diaz … Continued

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Jim Duquette: Laz Diaz is a jerk

As an official in a professional sport, it’s never good to see your name in the headlines. Major League Baseball umpire Laz Diaz found himself there Monday night into Tuesday. New York Yankees reliever Shawn Kelley was ejected by Diaz … Continued

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MLB Network Radio reacts to Michael Pineda’s pine tar suspension

Major League Baseball has spoken: Yankees starting pitcher Michael Pineda was suspended 10 games for using a foreign substance in Wednesday night’s game against the Boston Red Sox. The Yankees righty was ejected in the second inning after Red Sox manager John … Continued

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MLB Network Radio reacts to Michael Pineda’s pine tar suspension

Major League Baseball has spoken: Yankees starting pitcher Michael Pineda was suspended 10 games for using a foreign substance in Wednesday night’s game against the Boston Red Sox. The Yankees righty was ejected in the second inning after Red Sox manager John … Continued

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Schein on Sports: Week in review and a weekend preview (4/21-4/25)

Everything you need to know heading into the weekend in the world of sports. Pop. Sizzle. Two weeks ago in a start against the Boston Red Sox, Yankees pitch Michael Pineda had what looked to be pine tar on his … Continued

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Schein on Sports: Week in review and a weekend preview (4/21-4/25)

Everything you need to know heading into the weekend in the world of sports. Pop. Sizzle. Two weeks ago in a start against the Boston Red Sox, Yankees pitch Michael Pineda had what looked to be pine tar on his … Continued

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Finding Jeter: The case for Cody Asche

This is Derek Jeter‘s final season, his curtain call if you will. As such, I’m holding auditions for a new favorite baseball player. My new favorite player obviously has some big shoes to fill, and he definitely has to be … Continued

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Finding Jeter: The case for Cody Asche

This is Derek Jeter‘s final season, his curtain call if you will. As such, I’m holding auditions for a new favorite baseball player. My new favorite player obviously has some big shoes to fill, and he definitely has to be … Continued

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MLB Network Radio Spring Training Tour recaps

MLB Network Radio visited all 30 teams in March in 20 days. Click on your team’s Spring Training logo for the camp recap and check out the photo wall for pics from throughout the tour! Team Recaps AL East AL Central … Continued

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MLB Network Radio Spring Training Tour recaps

MLB Network Radio visited all 30 teams in March in 20 days. Click on your team’s Spring Training logo for the camp recap and check out the photo wall for pics from throughout the tour! Team Recaps AL East AL Central … Continued

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New York Yankees 2014 spring training report from MLB Network Radio

MLB Network Radio‘s Spring Training Tour rolled into Tampa, Fla., on Tuesday, where Jim Duquette and Mike Ferrin visited with the New York Yankees. New York Yankees 2014 outlook Over the past two offseasons, the Yankees vowed to keep their … Continued

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New York Yankees 2014 spring training report from MLB Network Radio

MLB Network Radio‘s Spring Training Tour rolled into Tampa, Fla., on Tuesday, where Jim Duquette and Mike Ferrin visited with the New York Yankees. New York Yankees 2014 outlook Over the past two offseasons, the Yankees vowed to keep their … Continued

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Derek Jeter announces he’ll retire after season; Torre, O’Neill, Damon, Schein react

Captain Clutch wants one more go at it. On Wednesday, Derek Jeter announced this upcoming season, his 20th, will be his last. Some of the most iconic Yankees moments starred the electric Jeter, from his clutch hitting to all-out defensive play. … Continued

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Derek Jeter announces he’ll retire after season; Torre, O’Neill, Damon, Schein react

Captain Clutch wants one more go at it. On Wednesday, Derek Jeter announced this upcoming season, his 20th, will be his last. Some of the most iconic Yankees moments starred the electric Jeter, from his clutch hitting to all-out defensive play. … Continued

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Chris ‘Mad Dog’ Russo, Howard Stern take sides: A-Rod or Yankees?

#TeamARod or #TeamYankees? Howard Stern and Chris Russo took sides earlier this week, with Howard aligning with the infielder, and Russo siding with baseball. “Honor the contract, New York Yankees,” Howard said on the Howard Stern Show. “That’s gotta be … Continued

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Chris ‘Mad Dog’ Russo, Howard Stern take sides: A-Rod or Yankees?

#TeamARod or #TeamYankees? Howard Stern and Chris Russo took sides earlier this week, with Howard aligning with the infielder, and Russo siding with baseball. “Honor the contract, New York Yankees,” Howard said on the Howard Stern Show. “That’s gotta be … Continued

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Bowden on MLB offseason spening: Look at the Red Sox!

This week on MLB Network Radio, Jim Bowden took aim at MLB teams that have signed free agents to long-term, lucrative deals the past few seasons. Bowden kicked off his criticism of MLB front offices by praising the New York … Continued

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Bowden on MLB offseason spening: Look at the Red Sox!

This week on MLB Network Radio, Jim Bowden took aim at MLB teams that have signed free agents to long-term, lucrative deals the past few seasons. Bowden kicked off his criticism of MLB front offices by praising the New York … Continued

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Curtis Granderson talks Yankees-Mets rivalry

After waiting patiently for GM Sandy Alderson to makeover Omar Minaya’s team the past three years, Mets fans came into the 2013 offseason with high expectations, hoping for the team to make splash. Last week, Alderson rewarded those fans, signing … Continued

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Curtis Granderson talks Yankees-Mets rivalry

After waiting patiently for GM Sandy Alderson to makeover Omar Minaya’s team the past three years, Mets fans came into the 2013 offseason with high expectations, hoping for the team to make splash. Last week, Alderson rewarded those fans, signing … Continued

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Jacoby Ellsbury signing: Reaction and fantasy impact

After seven years and two World Series championships with the Boston Red Sox, center fielder Jacoby Ellsbury has found a new home. Ellsbury agreed to terms on a seven-year, $153 million contract with the New York Yankees Tuesday night. The former … Continued

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Jacoby Ellsbury signing: Reaction and fantasy impact

After seven years and two World Series championships with the Boston Red Sox, center fielder Jacoby Ellsbury has found a new home. Ellsbury agreed to terms on a seven-year, $153 million contract with the New York Yankees Tuesday night. The former … Continued

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10 moments baseball fans were thankful for in 2013

Baseball fans have a lot to be thankful for this Thanksgiving, as the 2013 season was full of memorable moments. Here are the ten that stick out the most: 10. April 5: Chris Davis hits fourth home run In four games … Continued

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10 moments baseball fans were thankful for in 2013

Baseball fans have a lot to be thankful for this Thanksgiving, as the 2013 season was full of memorable moments. Here are the ten that stick out the most: 10. April 5: Chris Davis hits fourth home run In four games … Continued

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How Joe Torre promised George Steinbrenner the 1996 World Series

Four world championships, six pennants, 12 postseason appearances. With a résumé like that, what would Joe Torre pick out as his favorite season as New York Yankees’ skipper? His first, in 1996. Torre talked about his first of four championship seasons at … Continued

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How Joe Torre promised George Steinbrenner the 1996 World Series

Four world championships, six pennants, 12 postseason appearances. With a résumé like that, what would Joe Torre pick out as his favorite season as New York Yankees’ skipper? His first, in 1996. Torre talked about his first of four championship seasons at … Continued

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Joe Torre ‘had no confidence’ growing up in abusive home

It’s hard to imagine somebody as talented and charismatic as former Yankees’ manager Joe Torre lacking confidence, but for a long time in his life, that was the case. Torre opened up about his self-esteem issues during his SiriusXM Town … Continued

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Joe Torre ‘had no confidence’ growing up in abusive home

It’s hard to imagine somebody as talented and charismatic as former Yankees’ manager Joe Torre lacking confidence, but for a long time in his life, that was the case. Torre opened up about his self-esteem issues during his SiriusXM Town … Continued

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Curtis Granderson on free agency: ‘I’m open for everything’

Tuesday on MLB Network Radio, outfielder Curtis Granderson spoke with Jim Memolo and Todd Hollandsworth about his options this offseason in free agency. One option already on the table is a one-year, $14 million qualifying offer. Well, it’s definitely something … Continued

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Curtis Granderson on free agency: ‘I’m open for everything’

Tuesday on MLB Network Radio, outfielder Curtis Granderson spoke with Jim Memolo and Todd Hollandsworth about his options this offseason in free agency. One option already on the table is a one-year, $14 million qualifying offer. Well, it’s definitely something … Continued

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Joe Torre on Joe Girardi rumors: ‘The Yankees are very tough to walk away from’

With New York Yankees’manager Joe Girardi’s contract set to officially expire on October 31, rumors have already began circulating of a possible departure. One possible destination? According to reports, the Chicago Cubs. Former Yankees’ skipper and current MLB Executive Vice … Continued

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Joe Torre on Joe Girardi rumors: ‘The Yankees are very tough to walk away from’

With New York Yankees’manager Joe Girardi’s contract set to officially expire on October 31, rumors have already began circulating of a possible departure. One possible destination? According to reports, the Chicago Cubs. Former Yankees’ skipper and current MLB Executive Vice … Continued

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Cal Ripken Jr. on stealing signs and tipping pitches

When you play the left side of the infield in the major leagues for 21 years, you learn a thing or two about opposing teams stealing signs. So who better to react to the Joe Girardi-Buck Showalter shouting match Monday … Continued

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Cal Ripken Jr. on stealing signs and tipping pitches

When you play the left side of the infield in the major leagues for 21 years, you learn a thing or two about opposing teams stealing signs. So who better to react to the Joe Girardi-Buck Showalter shouting match Monday … Continued

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Celebrating Ichiro’s 4,000th hit: Good or bad?

Wednesday at Yankee Stadium, Ichiro Suzuki recorded his 2,722nd career Major League hit. More importantly, however, it was the 4,000th hit of his professional baseball career, one that included nearly a decade in Japan. To commemorate the milestone hit, an … Continued

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Celebrating Ichiro’s 4,000th hit: Good or bad?

Wednesday at Yankee Stadium, Ichiro Suzuki recorded his 2,722nd career Major League hit. More importantly, however, it was the 4,000th hit of his professional baseball career, one that included nearly a decade in Japan. To commemorate the milestone hit, an … Continued

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Cardinal Timothy Dolan, Adam Schein on Alex Rodriguez

The 211-game suspension levied by Major League Baseball on Alex Rodriguez is a story that has transcended sports. Case and point? Cardinal Timothy Dolan discussed the news on his program Tuesday on The Catholic Channel. “You know who I feel … Continued

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Cardinal Timothy Dolan, Adam Schein on Alex Rodriguez

The 211-game suspension levied by Major League Baseball on Alex Rodriguez is a story that has transcended sports. Case and point? Cardinal Timothy Dolan discussed the news on his program Tuesday on The Catholic Channel. “You know who I feel … Continued

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Salvador Perez recounts catching for Mariano Rivera

Kansas City Royals catcher Salvador Perez raved to MLB Network Radio’s Jim Bowden and Casey Stern about working with New York Yankees closer Mariano Rivera at the 2013 All-Star Game. Perez, who earned his first All-Star trip after batting .284 … Continued

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Salvador Perez recounts catching for Mariano Rivera

Kansas City Royals catcher Salvador Perez raved to MLB Network Radio’s Jim Bowden and Casey Stern about working with New York Yankees closer Mariano Rivera at the 2013 All-Star Game. Perez, who earned his first All-Star trip after batting .284 … Continued

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