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Catching a big break on a trade that wasn't

By Mark Langill

Mike Scioscia holds the Los Angeles franchise record for most games caught (1,395) during a MLB career entirely spent with the Dodgers from 1980-92. 465 more words


Zelasko: "MLB writers should lose vote"

On The Home Team this morning, Marques Johnson and Jeanne Zelasko went over the list of baseball writers who did not include Los Angeles Angels manager Mike Scioscia on their ballot for AL Manager of the Year, and Marques had a message for them: 155 more words


McClendon Finishes 4th In Manager Of The Year Votes

SEATTLE, Wash. (1090 The Fan / AP) — It wasn’t just the city of Seattle that took notice of Lloyd McClendon’s work in 2014 — the Baseball Writers’ Association of America thought he was one of the American League’s best skippers. 215 more words


Steve Davis: Orioles' Duquette Wins, Buck Should Too

Monday night, Dan Duquette was voted Sporting News Executive of the Year by his peers, narrowly edging out Dayton Moore of the Royals. Voting is conducted before the playoffs; otherwise Moore probably would have won. 250 more words


Trenton's Matt Shoemaker 2nd in AL rookie of year voting

Castellanos gets 3rd-place vote for AL Rookie of Year

How did Matt Shoemaker get here, to the doorstep of the American League Rookie of the Year Award, from there, on a mound as an undrafted minor leaguer? 441 more words


Trade Scripts: Nick Tropeano and Hank Conger

In a somewhat surprising move, the Los Angeles Angels and Houston Astros made a trade! While it seems mostly harmless on the surface, it appears that more moves are on the horizon for Houston. 824 more words

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Paul Molitor Coming Back to the Minnesota Twins as the Manager

Three seasons with the Minnesota Twins at the end of his career and Hall of Famer Paul Molitor still made an impact on the franchise. 287 more words

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