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New York Daily News
McNamee bracing for a civil war with Clemens
Brian McNamee leaves the US District Court for the District of Columbia after testifying in the trial against Roger Clemens on federal perjury charges with his attorney Richard Emery, Tuesday, May 15, 2012.
Fri May 24, 2013
Tampa Bay Devil Rays
'Little different' for Brignac in return to The Trop
Former Rays infielder Reid Brignac, who was acquired by the Yankees from the Rockies last Saturday for cash considerations, admitted it felt "a little different" walking by the double doors leading to the Rays' clubhouse on Friday.
Sat May 18, 2013
Mariano Rivera is the Greatest Pitcher since Sandy Koufax
At some point this year, in either September or October, the greatest pitcher we've ever seen will throw his final pitch.
Fri May 17, 2013
Hiroki Kuroda dominates Blue Jays as Yankees pick up 5-0 victory
From his crouch behind the plate, Yankees catcher Austin Romine sensed a certain quality emanating from starter Hiroki Kuroda.
Mon May 13, 2013
Toronto Blue Jays
Yankees break out in nightcap to back Nuno
The Yankees' pantheon of starting pitchers is chock full of legends such as Whitey Ford, Roger Clemens and Ron Guidry.
Major League Baseball
The Week Ahead: Hurlers aim for repeat performances
This week brings us to the middle of May. This means the 2013 season is almost a quarter of the way over.
Call to the Pen
Starting Lineup: Typical Los Angeles Problems, Curtis Granderson's Return
Roger Clemens is responsible for two of the four 20 strikeout performances in MLB history, but isn't the record in all of baseball history.
Sat May 11, 2013
Whispers: Pierzynski has handle on Rangers' pitching staff
Rangers catcher A.J. Pierzynski and pitching coach Mike Maddux visit starter Justin Grimm during the first inning at the Rangers Ballpark.
Fri May 10, 2013
Oakland A's: Ranking the 10 Greatest Pitching Performances in Team History
Since the team moved from Kansas City to Oakland 45 years ago, the A's have largely been a team built on great pitching.
Thu May 09, 2013
Luke Scott draws bases-loaded walk in 10th-inning, Rays beat Blue Jays 5-4
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. - A rare matchup of reigning Cy Young Award winners won't be remembered as a pitching duel.
Northern Michigan News
Scott draws bases-loaded walk, Rays win in 10
A rare matchup of reigning Cy Young Award winners won't be remembered as a pitching duel.
Ranking the Greatest Pitching Performances in Red Sox History
Some pitching performances are great because they are timely and clutch. Others, because they showcase a pitcher at the top of his craft, doing something seen once in a blue moon - if that often.
Wed May 08, 2013
St. Petersburg Times
Struggling Cy winners Price, Dickey to square off
But for just the third time since Cy Young Awards were given to winners in each league starting in 1969, the two reigning winners will meet tonight, with Rays LHP David Price , who is 1-3, 6.25, taking on former Mets/now Blue Jays RHP R.A. Dickey , who is 2-5, 5.36. "I know he can pitch better than what he is and so can I," Price said.
Yanks Go Yard
The Evolution of Phil Hughes
The first month of the season for the New York Yankees has been highlighted by a number of different things: the continued plague of injuries, the set-back to Derek Jeter , and the considerable contributions from first-year veterans like Travis Hafner , Vernon Wells , and Kevin Youkilis .
Tue May 07, 2013
New York Post
Yanks face big challenge with Colorado air
The smoke and mirrors act that is the 2013 Yankees season faces a particularly challenging test starting tonight.
Mon May 06, 2013
The Globe and Mail
Price-Dickey a rare matchup of reigning Cy Youngs
David Price and R.A. Dickey's scheduled meeting on Thursday will mark the third time since 1967 that Cy Young Award winners faced each other in the following season.
Sun May 05, 2013
This Date in Baseball
1917 Bob Groom of the Browns duplicated teammate Ernie Koob's feat of the previous day by pitching a 3-0 no-hit victory against the Chicago White Sox in the second game of a doubleheader in St.
The York Daily Record
Athletes' steroid use may encourage teens, study finds
Former New York Yankees head athletic trainer Gene Monahan, left, and Taylor Hooton Foundation president Don Hooton, listen during a press conference announcing the release of a national survey on steroid abuse, Thursday, May 2, 2013 in New York.
Sat May 04, 2013
Baseball's 6 Hardest Throwers That Never Amounted to Anything
When pitchers start to develop their craft, the fastball is usually the first pitch they develop.