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  1. Steve Sax

    Steve Sax #6 2B

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  2. The Yips Plague and the Battle of Mind Over Matter

    Katie Baker

    Each point in a tennis match begins with a serve, and each serve begins with a ball thrown into the air. It's probably the most overlooked move that a player will make over the course of a game: it looks so simple, seems so rote, and is usually ...

    Blog | September 26, 2014
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  4. Charles Nagy, Steve Sax fired by Arizona Diamondbacks

    The Arizona Diamondbacks have fired pitching coach Charles Nagy and first base coach Steve Sax.

    Story | Conversation | October 08, 2013
  5. Steve Sax, Turner Ward added to coaching staff of Arizona Diamond...

    The Arizona Diamondbacks hired Steve Sax as their first base coach on Wednesday, putting the former All-Star in a big league uniform for the first time in nearly two decades, and moved up Turner Ward to be their assistant hitting coach.

    Story | Conversation | December 19, 2012
  6. Two NFC South alums rank worst in NFL

    Pat Yasinskas

    At a time when everyone seems to be filling up lockout time with various lists of bests, it's a little refreshing to come across something totally different. DelhommeBill Barnwell has a look at the 25 least valuable players in the NFL. There are o...

    Blog | July 12, 2011
  7. Cubs duo aware of 'sophomore jinx'

    Melissa Isaacson

    MESA, Ariz. -- Gordon Beckham doesn't pretend it wasn't scary. Any major league baseball player coming off a great rookie year would be lying if he said he didn't think about it. From Mark Fidrych to Steve Sax to Joe Charboneau to Kerry Wood, the ...

    Blog | March 06, 2011
  8. Chicago Cubs Tyler Colvin, Starlin Castro look to avoid falling i...

    Melissa Isaacson

    Chicago Cubs Tyler Colvin, Starlin Castro look to avoid falling into a sophomore slump.

    Story | Conversation | March 06, 2011
  9. Mackey Sasser doesn't deserve disease

    Rob Neyer

    More from the mixed-up files of Mr. William E. Robinson, this time about a tough old catcher named Clint "Scrap Iron" Courtney: By the time Scraps joined the Orioles in 1960 he couldn't throw very well anymore. The story was that he'd hurt his arm ...

    Blog | December 16, 2010
  10. Braves' new world

    Buster Olney

    Having been a rabid Dodgers fan in the first 24 years of this life, I present to you the championship lineup for Tommy Lasorda's team in Game 5 of the 1988 World Series: 2B Steve Sax 1B Franklin Stubbs LF Mickey Hatcher RF Mike Marshall CF ...

    Blog | September 29, 2010
  11. The Atlanta lineup looks positively meager but the playoffs offer...

    Buster Olney

    The Atlanta lineup, already weakened by the continued absence of Chipper Jones, looks even weaker with the loss of Martin Prado. But the playoffs are a new world of opportunity, where a streak and a little pixie dust can be all it takes, writes Buster.

    Blog | Conversation | September 29, 2010
  12. From The Rundown

    "Maybe instant replay can clean things up. If a play is missed, it can be corrected. I didn't feel that way in '85, but I feel that way now." - If anyone on the planet knows how Jim Joyce feels this morning, it's Don Denkinger. Denkinger called the ...

    Blog | June 03, 2010
  13. Examining the Philadelphia Phillies' Chase Utley's sudden throwin...

    Jayson Stark

    Chase Utley isn't in the Steve Sax or Chuck Knoblauch category of throwing arms gone horribly wrong yet, but an explanation for his sudden issues isn't simple.

    Story | Conversation | October 17, 2009