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In case you missed it: Last links before first pitch

White Sox at Dodgers, 12:05 p.m.
Jimmy Rollins, SS
Carl Crawford, LF
Adrian Gonzalez, 1B
Howie Kendrick, 2B
Yasmani Grandal, C
Andre Ethier, CF
Juan Uribe, 3B… 173 more words

Clayton Kershaw

Spring Training Notes for March 1st

We’ve passed a milestone in the waiting process – today brings the first day of March, which brings us one month closer to opening day. But before we get there, many drills have to be performed, many players have to be sent down or called up, lineups and rotations and bullpens have to be configured and spring training games have to be played. 415 more words


Five Notable Players from the 2003 World Series Retired this Offseason

I’m writing about Juan Pierre‘s retirement like it’s the end of an era. In actuality, I finally have some time to write about baseball and it’s the biggest thing going other than the… 303 more words

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Cincinnati Reds' Billy Hamilton is No Juan Pierre

The fastest man in the MLB is probably Billy Hamilton of the Cincinnati Reds. He had a 100 stolen base season at the minor league level and so far has shown us he’s ahead of big league catchers. 329 more words

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Marlins' Giancarlo Stanton brushes off being hit on hip by Henderson Alvarez fastball

JUPITER – After a Henderson Alvarez hit Giancarlo Stanton on the hip with a fastball today, the Marlins’ $325-million man gestured toward the mound and yelled at his teammate in Spanish. 687 more words

Tom D'Angelo

Outfielder Juan Pierre Retires After 14-year MLB Career

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MIAMI (AP) — Outfielder Juan Pierre has announced his retirement after a 14-year major-league career that included a World Series championship with the 2003 Florida Marlins. 99 more words


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Juan Pierre Has Swiped His Last Base, Retires from Baseball

The career of the indestructible Juan Pierre has come to a close. The veteran outfielder has retired from baseball, but not before leaving his mark on the game. 313 more words

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