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Detroit third baseman Miguel Cabrera may not have won another Triple Crown, but by Thursday evening he could have a second straight American League Most Valuable Trophy on his mantel. The Baseball Writers' Association of American will close out its
It may not be fully cranked up, but Major League Baseball's hot stove is definitely starting to heat up. Managers are being hired, players are being tendered contracts, options are being picked up and declined, rumors are starting and the lesser
Yankees Scioscia could have swung at the softball and driven it as far as he wanted. But Scioscia, pretty clearly, suggested that a player on an also-ran team should not win the award. You talk about the M.V.P. thing, I think there is some weight on
Vikings fans who complain about the team not winning Super Bowls or division titles should realize that the Cleveland Browns, the Vikings' opponent Sunday, have not made the playoffs for 11 years and haven't won a playoff game for 19 years...The team
It came following a tough month for Smoak, hitting .177 with an on-base-plus slugging percentage (OPS) of .542 since Aug. 4 heading into Thursday's game.
Carlos Osorio/AP Photo) It's hard to believe a hitter could follow a Triple Crown season with an even better offensive year, but then it's hard to believe a lot of the things Miguel Cabrera does. Cabrera, who was just named AL Player of the Month for
Will Venable finished August with a .367 batting average (40-for-109) with six doubles, three triples, eight home runs, 15 RBIs and 20 runs scored. Venable went 0-for-4 Saturday night to nine-game hitting streak. He had hitting streaks of 15 and nine
There is a Twins player on the current 25-man roster who has a slugging percentage over the past 2 1/2 months that is 70 points higher than any other teammate. Check out these numbers since May 28, and know that the player in question is not; Joe
Daily coverage of the Mariners during the season and all year long. August 6, 2013 at 9:45 AM Rumors of Justin Smoak being done' were greatly exaggerated Posted by Geoff Baker Justin Smoak has spent all season climbing out of a three-week slump that
Over the past few years, a hypothesis has sprouted out claiming that participating in the Home Run Derby hurts a player during the second half of the year, that participating tires a guy out and leaves him less fresh for the rest of the season.