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The Devil Rays are not as improved as many people are saying and will likely fall short of 70 wins.
The immediate goal for Detroit is to avoid 100 losses and to reclaim the trust of the Tigers' fans.
The Dodgers' sale to Frank McCourt is good news for the competitive balance of the division.
A five-year $65 million offer is on the table and it is believed to be the best offer Vladimir Guerrero has received.
The Angels are going to eschew a naming a fee for the ballpark and call the place Angels Stadium.
The Red Sox placement of Manny Ramirez on waivers coincides with the meeting of the Yankee braintrust.
The Red Sox might choose to bring in a complete unknown and have him carry out their will.
Several of the scheduled pitching matchups in the playoffs offer the possibility of an excellent duel?
Some are wondering if baseball's new revenue-sharing plan has actually done much to improve competitiveness.
Readers share their opinions on a variety of topics.
The majority of recent teams responded positively to a change in managers in the middle of the season.
As baseball's trade deadline approaches, which players are most likely to be on the move?