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  1. Race, sport, gender determines how much athletes make in endorsem...

    Peter Keating

    In ESPN The Magazine's Money Issue, Peter Keating asks why Madison Avenue treats MVPs like D-listers. As it turns out, it doesn't pay to be Miguel Cabrera.

    Story | Conversation | June 11, 2013
  2. A.J. Ellis, Jarrod Saltalmacchia, Todd Frazier, Hideki Matsui, St...

    Eric Karabell

    Eric Karabell lists a number of players available in more than half of ESPN's standard leagues who could be good fill-ins after injuries to major stars.

    Blog | Conversation | June 01, 2012
  3. Position previews: Center field

    Mark Saxon

    Even before Opening Day 2011, the Angels figured Peter Bourjos would play Gold Glove-caliber center field. What they didn't know was that, by season's end, he'd be one of the best all-around center fielders in the game. Last season was about growt...

    Blog | February 09, 2012
  4. Orioles stalled by a perception problem

    Buster Olney

    The truth is that Baltimore Orioles owner Peter Angelos is much more of a lawyer than a baseball owner, and he spends almost all of his days involved in lawsuits. And the truth is that in Buck Showalter's perfect world, he'd love to work wi...

    Blog | November 03, 2011
  5. In a fast-paced business, the Baltimore Orioles always seem to be...

    Buster Olney

    Buster Olney writes that the Baltimore Orioles are fighting a perception problem, seemingly always one step behind their competitors. Plus, notes on prospective buyers for the Los Angeles Dodgers and the latest hot stove buzz.

    Blog | Conversation | November 03, 2011
  6. Jerome Williams goes seven strong as Angels finish sweep of Oriol...

    Jerome Williams pitched seven stellar innings to get his first major league victory in almost six years, Peter Bourjos homered for the third straight game, leading the Los Angeles Angels to a 7-1 victory over the bumbling Baltimore Orioles.

    Recap | Box Score | Conversation | August 21, 2011
  7. Is Wrigley Field a dump? Vote!

    David Schoenfield

    OK, it's been all over the news this week: Is Wrigley Field a dump? After Peter Gammons referred to Wrigley as such (and Ozzie Guillen responded in general agreement), Chicago Sun-Times columnist Rick Morrissey wrote that he had called Wrigley a d...

    Blog | June 15, 2011
  8. If Cal Ripken Jr. wants job, Baltimore Orioles owner Peter Angelo...

    Buster Olney

    Cal Ripken Jr. has not offered himself to the Orioles as a prospective employee, said owner Peter Angelos, who also said that if Ripken wants to be part of the organization, he'd be happy to sit down and talk.

    Story | Conversation | April 17, 2010
  9. Nursing Joba and Porcello

    Rob Neyer

    And you thought we'd seen the last of the Joba Rules? Hardly. Peter Abraham with the latest: Joba Chamberlain shed some light on the Yankees' plan for him, saying yesterday he is scheduled to start six more games this season. The 23-year-o...

    Blog | August 20, 2009
  10. Power means more than youth late in games

    The Rockies have both Franklin Morales and Jhoulys Chacin in their bullpen, deciding a pair of powerful, young arms is what they need in their push to the postseason.

    SpecialFeature | Conversation | July 28, 2009
  11. Twenty players are going 20/20 ... almost

    Eric Karabell

    Before we get to today's blog topic, I'd like to share some good news. Today was my second day co-hosting the Baseball Today podcast with Peter Pascarelli. I've always been a baseball fan first and fantasy baseball player second, believing it just do...

    Blog | Conversation | March 28, 2008
  12. Santana in commanding position

    I would love to be the agent for Johan Santana today. I would love to ever possess the kind of leverage that Peter Greenberg, Santana's longtime representative, possesses today. He can sit across the table from the Mets and say: We'd like an extensio...

    Blog | Conversation | January 30, 2008
  13. Orioles guaranteed minimum yearly gross

    The price for convincing Baltimore Orioles owner Peter Angelos to allow the Expos to move peacefully into Washington, D.C., will be a minimum yearly gross of $130 million for the Orioles and a minimum $360 million should Angelos sell his team,

    Story | Conversation | October 02, 2004
  14. Angelos hitting below the beltway

    Tom Friend

    The D.C. area can't support two teams? That's Peter Angelos' way of saying Baltimore can't support one.

    Story | Conversation | July 26, 2004
  15. Angelos: Proximity would cause mediocrity

    Orioles owner Peter Angelos remains steadfastly opposed to the Montreal Expos moving to Washington, D.C. or Northern Virginia, insisting that two teams could not be successful operating so close to each other.

    Story | Conversation | June 11, 2004
  16. Almighty buck doesn't rule

    Rob Neyer

    MLB's decision to not go ahead and have Spider-Man ads on the bases is indeed a victory for the fans.

    Story | Conversation | May 07, 2004