Vladimir Guerrero to Retire

According to Alden Gonzalez of the MLB.com, Vladimir Guerrero will be signing a 1-day contract with the Angels and officially retire from baseball. »»

Michael Young, Whatever is best for the team - Once Again

Michael Young may be the best teammate in the history of professional sports.  We all read reports about players have an affect upon a locker room, how they work philanthropically with organizations and how they give their time to special causes and »»

The Big Orange Guy's Top 5 Introduction to the Eastern League

Here it is, the week before Christmas and baseball is only a few weeks away.  Players start to report in mid-February.  The major league free agent is just starting to pick up and we finally had a few trades that have been noteworthy.  One week cl »»

The Big Orange Guy's Top 5 Things About the South Atlantic League

With another week ahead of us, I have decided to bring another minor league onto your screen.  Last week, I introduced you all to the Carolina League.  The Carolina League is an Advanced A League and this week, I will stay in the same region of the »»

The San Francisco Giants win the World Series

As you have probably heard, the San Francisco Giants won the World Series, the first ever for the team from San Fran. They won it because of excellent pitching, timely hitting—and because the Texas Rangers' offense did not show up. I had predict »»

MLB News: Why the Giants will win the World Series

Don't you hate it when a guy makes a prediction without any scientific or mathematical basis—a prediction on a whim, more or less—and runs with it, sticking to it no matter what? Me too, but that is exactly what I am doing here. Well, not exac »»

My American League All-Star Team

Note: All statistics were as of 4pm eastern on June 17, 2010. First Baseman – The battle of All-Star first baseman is split between two players, Justin Morneau and Miguel Cabrera. Morneau, of the Twins, is hitting .344 with 13 home runs and 43 ru »»

30 Teams in 30 Days: Texas Rangers Roundtable

Our guest bloggers is Matt Seybold from The Sporting Hippeaux. Question 1 - How many starts can be expected from Rich Harden? Jeff: I think history would show around 15 or less -- he's started less than 20 in 6 of his 9 previous seasons, including »»

30 Teams in 30 Days: Texas Rangers Preview

General Manager: Jon Daniels (since October 2005) Manager: Ron Washington (since November 2006) Gains: Vladimir Guerrero, Rich Harden, Mitchell Hilligoss, Colby Lewis, Darren Oliver, Clay Rapada, Chris Ray Losses: Joaquin Benoit, Hank Blalock, Ma »»

Baseball Milestones: 2010 and Beyond

One of the most exciting things about the baseball season is seeing which players can reach those big milestones, the ones that can almost guarantee a spot in Cooperstown—or at least, an indelible spot in our memories. 300 wins. 500 home runs. 3,00 »»

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