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After a brief interlude, the officials delivered the verdict: The call stood...For a seemingly inconsequential episode, it illustrated how the role of replay in sports has changed since it was introduced into the NBA for the 2002-03 season as a way
May 10, 2013 Two of the most disappointing teams in the majors this season are the ones from Southern California not named the San Diego Padres, who have actually won 11 of 14 games and have a better record than both the Angels (11-22) and Dodgers (
Jim Bowden, a former GM for the Reds and the Nationals, recently wrote that the Detroit Tigers, a team with World Series aspirations and ninth-inning issues, should trade for Huston Street...If not, here's the gist: The Tigers could solve their
Stories In its first two baseball incarnations, as Old Fox Clark Griffith's on the shoestring Senators from the '20s to the '50s, and then as their incompetently-run expansion successors from 1961-71, Washington was said to be first in war, first in
He provides daily coverage of the team throughout spring training, and during the season...Time for the Mariners to head off to the annual baseball winter meetings this time, in Nashville while carrying the hopes and dreams of a fanbase on their back.
He provides daily coverage of the team throughout spring training, and during the season. Seattle today on the Brock & Salk show to talk about the challenges facing the Mariners and GM Jack Zduriencik . Bowden said Zduriencik has been extremely busy
Herald-Leader Sports Columnist It was 15 years between playoff appearances when the Cincinnati Reds clinched the National League Central Division title in 2010. It was five days ago, the Reds proved that they were no one-hit wonders. Last Saturday,
Bowden cited an unnamed source, but the decision wouldn't be a surprise. The right-hander has been considered the top pick most of the season, and he has local ties -- he lived in Houston before moving to the Bay Area, where he attended Monte Vista
Conventional wisdom is that it would be flat-out impossible for the Twins to trade Justin Morneau or Joe Mauer...He doesn't see any way the Twins could deal Mauer, both because of his contract and other catchers who will be on the market this season.
The Cubs rotation isn't set, but the clues definitely are adding up. Manager Dale Sveum told SiriusXM radio's Jim Bowden there's "probably" one rotation spot open and that Chris Volstad is already in. After Bowden tweeted the remark, Sveum tried to