The longtime Dodgers manager spent his career filling up pages of The Sporting News. Here are just five of countless highlights.
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Cleveland traded franchise icon Francisco Lindor on Thursday, and absolutely zero people in baseball were surprised.
Here are the nine player who got my vote this year, in alphabetical order by last name: Bobby Abreu, Barry Bonds, Mark Buehrle, Roger Clemens, Tim Hudson, Manny Ramirez, Scott Rolen, Curt Schilling and Gary Sheffield.
A Padres rotation that includes Blake Snell, Dinelson Lamet, Chris Paddock and Zack Davies and possibly Yu Darvish will put other MLB contenders on notice.
Everyone listed here either has an average response time of one day or less, or is part of the “1-day delivery” promise on the site.
Not everyone who got into card collecting this year was fueled by nostalgia or money.
MLB announced Wednesday that seven distinct ***** Leagues will be given official "major league" status, a long-overdue correction related to the leagues that produced some of baseball’s greatest Hall of Famers.
From the Jan. 21, 1915, issue of The Sporting News: "The choice is but temporary, however, but will be made permanent if no better cognomen is thought of before the season is over, it being the wish that the team would go out and make a name for itself."
MLB’s desire to reshape, restructure and rearrange the minor leagues hasn’t been much of a secret for a long time.
Even now, as we’ve grown into adults and forgotten some of the simple joys of youth, there’s an overwhelming sense of nostalgia in picking up a baseball bat.