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Jim Thome wears white... Jose Guillen sees red... and Rivera and Wagner can't share sand.
Maybe I'm missing something, but I thought something had to already be built for it to be "re"-built.
The United States had the best problem in the world: Take 52 great players and create a roster out of the 30 best.
The trades this offseason can only put Indians fans on pins and needles this winter.
Cooperstown welcomes its fourth relief pitcher, and his name isn't Goose or Lee.
Former Red Sox centerfielder is about to finalize a 4-year, $52 million deal with the enemy Yankees.
One teensy comment in the far reaches of the blogosphere prompts a Detroit Tiger's father to respond.
Jays get $100 million in unproven arms, White Sox retain Konerko, Yankees get ... Kelly Stinnett?!?
The offeseason's first mega-deal clears space for the Marlins (for reasons unknown), adds strength, youth to Boston's struggling, aging rotation
David Ortiz "designated" with second place. Thick Wickman was 26th.
Yeah, I admit it. I bit off more than I could chew.
The little team that could, did. They won a division, albeit the "worst" one. Thank Jake Peavy.
It wasn't surprising. After all, you all knew these guys would tear through the season with little offense. You knew that back in March ... right?
From a homer, the team has promise. From an outsider, the season was a disappointment.
52 first-half wins. Don't ask them about the second half. But at least they have a good home.
The team has plenty of excitement, talent and speed, but no pitching, no fanbase, and no manager.