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  1. Three Strikes: Ichiro did the impossible in 2010

    Jayson Stark

    It may be November, but Three Strikes' ever-popular History Watch is still in midseason form ... Strike One -- Ichiro's Hit-And-Run Dept. You don't need to be a descendant of Charlie Lau to know that Ichiro Suzuki is one of the greatest hit mach...

    Blog | Conversation | November 12, 2010
  2. Bengie Molina picked up a triple … yes, that's a big deal

    Jayson Stark

    STRIKE ONE -- IT'S ALL CYCLICAL DEPT. The moment Bengie Molina pulled into third base Friday night, I started getting tweets. And e-mails. And texts. They went kind of like this: Greatest cycle in baseball history. Well, I don't know about that. B...

    Blog | Conversation | July 19, 2010
  3. Jayson Stark: Three Strikes -- Deadlines and dollars edition

    Jayson Stark

    Strike One -- Deal of the Year Dept. Was Cliff Lee the greatest trade-deadline starting-pitching acquisition ever? After considering the evidence, I'd vote this way: Lee Absolutely. He's No. 1. Hey, you were expecting maybe Victor Zambrano? ...

    Blog | Conversation | November 10, 2009
  4. NLDS: Philadelphia Phillies lean to the left

    Jayson Stark

    DENVER -- Charlie Manuel may not be a big fan of leftovers, the Left Bank or the Left Coast. But the Phillies' manager is obviously a man who thinks left-handers are baseball's greatest invention since the fungo bat. Once the temperatures started si...

    Blog | Conversation | October 10, 2009
  5. Bidding starts at eight figures

    Jayson Stark

    Roger Clemens is positioning himself as the greatest midseason free agent in the history of any sport.

    Story | Conversation | April 14, 2006
  6. Wild Pitches: The First Half That Was

    Jayson Stark

    Whatever kind of year it's been where you live, it's only half-over. So here's Wild Pitches' special, slightly tilted look back at the First Half That Was.

    Story | Conversation | July 10, 2005