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Rays Dominating The AL East So Far

The Tampa Bay Rays hit the ball so well in Boston, they knock the rain out of the clouds. Read More »

After One Week, Rays Pitching Still Needs Work

Garza and Price look great, but the bullpen already needs an overhaul. Read More »

Opening Day: Rays Look Exciting, Healthy, Dangerous

Carl Crawford's walk-off double is just a sign of things to come from Tampa Bay. Read More »

Orioles Legend Mike Cuellar Dead at 72

Baltimore great Mike Cuellar should be remembered for his limited but dominant excellence. Read More »

BoSox Stay Hot, On Verge Of Clinching Third Consecutive Playoff Spot

The Red Sox are on cruise control as they close in on yet another postseason berth. Read More »

The Red Sox Can’t Be Beaten – At Least Not Last Week

Lester, Beckett, Buchholz and Boston's monstrous bats lead the way to an undefeated week of baseball for the Red Sox. Read More »

The Great Carl Pavano Conspiracy

When you face a pitcher twice in as many weeks with different teams, you smell something awry. Read More »

Change Is for the Birds

Orioles fans are finally being given something to cheer about, and it isn't going away any time soon. Read More »