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Despite having the second highest payroll in the MLB at more than $220 million, the Dodgers are 10 games below .500 and in the cellar of the NL West.
4 hrs ago | RepMan
Did you know there are fewer black Major League Baseball players than at any time since 1959? Did you also know that Major League attendance is down three percent this season , and taking a double digit dip in such major markets as New York and Los Angeles? Or, that the Miami Marlins attract so few fans that the team has actually roped off the ... (more)
8 hrs ago | CNN
Interleague play, a novelty gone stale, or worse, gets some pizzazz back for the next two nights.
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"I haven't done anything, but I'm leaning toward the disabled list," New York general manager Brian Cashman said Monday on a conference call.
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For two years, Yankee Stadium groaned as Eduardo Nunez sent baseballs sailing into the stands.
Joe Girardi leaned his head back, exhaled and pondered the question for six full seconds.