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  1. Royals had Rogers' number in 2007

    The Royals beat Kenny Rogers in both of the starts he had against them last season.

    Story | Conversation | April 02, 2008
  2. Cry of the Tigers

    Detroit's slim chance to win the AL Central may have died on Monday night at Jacobs Field in one of the best games I've seen all year. Neither Paul Byrd nor Kenny Rogers was particularly sharp, but both battled and got through some quick innings to ...

    Blog | Conversation | September 17, 2007
  3. In Rogers they trust

    If it was a young pitcher, Tigers general manager Dave Dombrowski said, then the team probably would have taken the decision out of the player's hand and made a judgment on their own. But this is Kenny Rogers's 19th year in the big leagues, and so du...

    Blog | Conversation | September 06, 2007
  4. Comebacks and breakout players

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. -- There are those comebacks we can't process until late in the season, like those expected from Pedro Martinez, Mark Prior, Mark Mulder, Kerry Wood, Cliff Lee, Kenny Rogers, Eric Gagne, Josh Johnson and, in a different sense, the comp...

    Blog | Conversation | April 02, 2007
  5. Cockcroft: Detroit Tigers preview

    Tristan H. Cockcroft

    Tristan Cockcroft previews the 2007 Detroit Tigers from a fantasy angle.

    Story | Conversation | February 02, 2007
  6. Zumaya-gate springs to life

    ST. LOUIS -- If there's one thing this World Series needs, other than emergency dome-implant surgery, it's a controversial story line that doesn't involve Kenny Rogers. Well, voila. Welcome to Zumaya-gate. Unlike Dirtgate, you probably missed Zumay...

    Blog | Conversation | October 25, 2006
  7. Top 10 Rogers explanations

    Kenny Rogers says that caramel-colored splotch on the palm of his left hand was "a big clump of dirt." Steve Palermo, the supervisor for umpires, says that the splotch was "observed as dirt ... and dirt is not a foreign substance," and that home-pla...

    Blog | Conversation | October 23, 2006
  8. Rogers' stuff too good for Cards

    Kenny Rogers' amazing October continues, with a little help from the Heisenberg Strike Zone and some very predictable Cardinals hitters. Rogers' stuff fell somewhere between the outstanding three-pitch combo he had against the Yanks and the so-so cu...

    Blog | Conversation | October 22, 2006
  9. Getting ahead has helped Weaver excel

    Inside Edge takes a closer look at the starters for Game 2 of the World Series -- Jeff Weaver and Kenny Rogers.

    Story | Conversation | October 22, 2006
  10. Rogers, Weaver alter their image

    What Kenny Rogers and Jeff Weaver have done is far more difficult than those who accuse them, either from a keyboard or inside walls that insulate radio voices from their subjects. Each was supposed to be a small-market June wonder who was untenabl...

    Blog | Conversation | October 21, 2006
  11. Lack of plate patience sinks Mets

    Jeff Suppan channels Kenny Rogers for a night while Steve Trachsel channels ... well, Steve Trachsel. Suppan pitched an outstanding game, pounding the strike zone, and I'm sure it helped knowing he had a comfortable lead from the third inning on. Th...

    Blog | Conversation | October 14, 2006
  12. Rogers' control leaves A's flailing

    The guy who couldn't pitch under pressure and couldn't pitch in the postseason just keeps on rolling. Kenny Rogers wasn't quite as sharp tonight as he was against the Yankees -- he didn't have the same killer breaking ball -- but his control was spo...

    Blog | Conversation | October 13, 2006
  13. Rogers was in total command

    Kenny Rogers pitched the game of his life, a continuation of the week where teams and players who supposedly couldn't perform under pressure have come through in the playoffs. (Well, except the Padres.) The A's and Jeff Weaver would like to extend a ...

    Blog | Conversation | October 06, 2006
  14. Torre could have saved his bullpen

    It was a little uglier than expected for the Yanks, but they won the game and in the process defeated Detroit's best starting pitching hope, lefty Nate Robertson, who is much more effective against lefties than is Kenny Rogers because of his slider. ...

    Blog | Conversation | October 03, 2006
  15. 20 best postseason weapons

    In no particular order, the 20 best weapons we could see in October: 1. Kenny Rogers' defense The Tigers left-hander is in perfect fielding position when he finishes his delivery and, with excellent athleticism, he has remarkable range for a pitche...

    Blog | Conversation | September 28, 2006
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    Kenny Rogers returns to the mound tonight for the Rangers. Tomorrow, Rafael Palmeiro is eligible to play for Baltimore. Frankly, I'm pleased. This is fantasy baseball. Not politics. Of course, we're entitled to judge these men -- it's the American...

    Blog | Conversation | August 10, 2005