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Should the A-Rod/Ramirez deal go through, Boston will ship Nomar Garciaparra to Chicago for Magglio Ordonez.
Miguel Tejada brings the kind of star power the Orioles have lacked since the retirement of Cal Ripken Jr.
Although there is no official salary cap, every team -- with the exception of one -- has instituted one for itself.
George Steinbrenner did not exactly extend a vote of confidence to general manager Brian Cashman.
History has shown that teams do not fare well in the wake of near-clinchings that go awry.
An opportunity exists for former Seattle superstar Ken Griffey Jr. to get traded back from Cincinnati.
In the wake of the Red Sox stranding 17 runners against Oakland, there is a general dismay not usually seen.
The last four seasons, the Mariners have only had four losing months and two of them have been in August.
What Billy Beane has done as general manager with the resources available to him is fairly remarkable.
With the Dodgers struggling to stay in the race, the heat on GM Dan Evans has been turned up quite a bit.
It is interesting that a team would unload its general manager and manager just three days before the trading deadline.
The Yankees tendency to not live with weaknesses has observers keeping their eye on rightfield.