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  1. New York Mets' R.A. Dickey wants ball to start All-Star Game

    Adam Rubin

    "Look, I want to start the game. Of course I do," said Dickey, who had a 42 2/3-inning scoreless streak during the first half. "I think any competitor would like to."

    Story | Conversation | July 08, 2012
  2. MLB - Miguel Cabrera has grown into one of baseball's best hitter...

    Buster Olney

    Buster Olney discusses how Detroit Tigers first baseman Miguel Cabrera has come a long way since his days with the Florida Marlins. And he's only 28.

    Blog | Conversation | September 05, 2011
  3. Buster Posey's sister Samantha hits for home run cycle in softbal...

    Giants catcher Buster Posey isn't the only slugger in the family. His younger sister Samantha, a third baseman at Division II Valdosta State, hit for the home run cycle in a doubleheader against Albany State earlier this week

    Story | Conversation | April 20, 2011
  4. A great musical pitch 'High and Inside' from The Baseball Project...

    Jim Wilkie

    The Baseball Project delivers another winner with "Volume 2: High and Inside," so The Life tossed a few softballs to the band's Steve Wynn and Scott McCaughey.

    Story | Conversation | February 23, 2011
  5. Elena Kagan, nominee to the Supreme Court, plays a key role in th...

    Lester Munson

    Elena Kagan used to swing a mean softball bat, but the ante is upped now that she's a Supreme Court nominee who's taken a swing at the NFL. Courtside Seat weighs in on the Coyotes and Mark Cuban, too.

    Story | Conversation | May 13, 2010
  6. Gene Wojciechowski: Barry Bonds can play on my team

    Gene Wojciechowski

    The trial is delayed. Barry Bonds wants to play. And we know just the spot in the lineup for him.

    Story | Conversation | March 04, 2009
  7. No surgery for Guerrero; Martinez still on the mend

    Vladimir Guerrero's aching right knee, which bothered him last season, feels better and won't require surgery.

    Story | Conversation | December 30, 2006