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The baseball winter meetings are starting with a look back. Joe Torre, Tony La Russa and Bobby Cox were among the candidates considered Sunday by the Hall of Fame's expansion era committee. The trio of retired managers was joined on the 12-man ballot
Another big bat is exiting the Yankees' lineup, as outfielder Curtis Granderson has signed a 4 year deal with the Mets worth $60 million. The Mets will be getting a quality power hitter with some speed, but Granderson also strikes out a
The Toronto Blue Jays are a year removed from creating a big buzz in baseball circles with a pair of blockbuster trades that labelled them as certified contenders for 2013. Pity they forgot about the importance of catching while seeming to overpay in
Mets non-tender Scott Atchison, Omar Quintanilla; others could follow before deadline Atchison threw just 45 1/3 innings in 2013, in part because of elbow issues and also a groin injury cost him time...Quintanilla was called up by the Mets when Ruben
Sucherman shuns interviews and is not widely known outside the clubby world of the television industry. Yet for several decades, he has had a deep influence on what viewers have seen on their television screens. Both recruiter and consultant, Mr.
Minneapolis Minnesota. Right handed pitcher Phil Hughes, 27, has reached an agreement to pitch for the Minnesota Twins for three years with a salary of $24 million. A person with knowledge of the agreement talked to a reporter of The
The New York Giants are 4-7 and need a miracle to get into the playoffs. The New York Jets are 5-6 and hanging on to their playoff hopes by a thread with a rookie quarterback that can't go a game without multiple turnovers.
For those who still harbor faint hopes the Jets or Giants might be in the Super Bowl at MetLife Stadium, a relatively cheap bet can be made to reserve tickets for that unlikely contest. Forward Market Media sells options that can be traded in for the
A Denver-bred, major-league pitcher reminded us of that this week. "Apparently getting suspended for PEDs means you get a raise," former Cherry Creek High sensation David Aardsma, now a 31-year-old free agent, tweeted. "What's stopping anyone from
Since they have been in the majors, both have been heavily involved in the Mets' long-term work with the police and firefighter widows and orphans funds, including Tuesday's Children, which serves those affected by the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.