Kevin Brown and Mike Mussina are just two of 27 career 200-game winners who have pitched for the Yankees.
The Yankees do not need to get themselves another all-star to man the keystone.
The Houston Astros have taken the big leap forward while the Texas Rangers continue to fall behind.
It's only Fernando Vina, Rondell White and Al Levine, but Tigers owner Mike Ilitch is excited nonetheless.
Now that George Steinbrenner is pulling the strings again in Yankeeland, fiscal sanity has left the building.
Mike Piazza should no longer be catching and he has shown an unwillingness to play first base.
Without Mike Piazza, the Mets would be shorn of the one marquee name they have left in their lineup.
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The Marlins' celebration reminded us all why we spent part of our youth wanting to be big league ballplayers.
Had the Red Sox managed to to add to their 4-0 lead, all that came after would have been academic.
In Chicago, a fan is taking most of the heat. In Boston, the heat is squarely on the shoulders of Grady Little.
Former Oriole great Eddie Murray will be the first to interview for the position left empty by the firing of Mike Hargrove.
The Cubs have saved their best pitcher for Game Three, but Greg Maddux might make problems for the home team.
Several of the scheduled pitching matchups in the playoffs offer the possibility of an excellent duel?
If baseball were like Greco-Roman wrestling, going through teams on a position-by-position would make sense.
Kevin Millar has helped transform the entire mood of the Boston Red Sox.