Saturday Apr 20
Neal takes advantage of last season's demotion
The last time Thomas Neal had the chance of a lifetime, it took him to the most unexpected of locales.
Dave Roberts's Spikes May Be (Finally) On Their Way To Cooperstown
After the Red Sox won the 2004 World Series, various items were donated to the National Baseball Hall of Fame: jerseys belonging to David Ortiz and Derek Lowe, the caps of Johnny Damon and Pedro Martinez, spikes worn by Curt Schilling and Keith Foulke, and Orlando Cabrera's glove.
Minnesota Twins, Where are They Now: Orlando Cabrera
Signed as an eighteen year old out of Colombia by the Expos, Cabrera is one of just 13 Colombian players-over half of which made their debut last season-to make it to The Show.
The Plain Dealer
Cleveland Indians outfielder Drew Stubbs says move to right should be no problem
In the reshuffling of the Indians' outfield, certain truths are known. Displaced center fielder Michael Brantley can play left field because he's done it before.