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Guilty Plea Set In Cuban Ballplayer Smuggling Case

MIAMI (CBSMiami/AP) — The person said to be in charge of a human trafficking ring is set to plead guilty to U.S. charges involving smuggling. 197 more words


Price Pitches One-Hitter, But Rays Beat Tigers 1-0

Alex Cobb was magnificent on Thursday, matching David Price pitch-for-pitch for seven innings in his return to Tropicana Field.  Despite the fact that Price pitched a one-hitter, the Rays and Cobb edged the Tigers 1-0 to snap a four-game skid.   404 more words

New MLB Rule For International Prospects Could Greatly Affect Cubs

(CBS) Under the leadership of Theo Epstein and Jed Hoyer, the Cubs have invested heavily in international scouting in recent seasons.

Now, a main pillar of their rebuilding plan appears to be in jeopardy. 341 more words


Column: Line Drives — Wrigley remains magical to visit

I’ve been to my fair share of baseball games.

Some of them were in support of one team — whether on the road or at home — and others were in support of both teams. 685 more words


Column: Line Drives — Jeter is not an all-star

This year more than ever, it’s obvious the Major League Baseball All-Star game is nothing more than a popularity contest.

After all, it is for the fans, voted by the fans. 624 more words


(Another) Completely Fake Interview with Alex Anthopoulos

By: Dan Grant

Alex Anthopoulos is notoriously tight lipped. Even when he talks, he doesn’t say much. With Toronto’s General Manager currently on the hot seat with fans and media… 1,852 more words