Monthly Archives: January 2014

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Adrian Peterson Camo Jersey Best tools in the business: Buxton, Gray stand out

Adrian Peterson Camo Jersey What makes Twins outfielder Byron Buxton the No. 1 prospect in baseball? He doesn’t have one signature tool that stands out above his others. Rather, Buxton has four superlative tools that grade as 70s or better on the 20-80 scouting scale, while his power rates as a 60. We break down read more »

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Hot Stove Roundup: Adrian Peterson Camo Jersey Papi wants extension

This Hot Stove season is still going strong, but some already are looking ahead to the next one. Red Sox designated hitter David Ortiz is among those, saying in a Sunday night TV interview that “it might be time to move on,” if Boston doesn’t give him a multiyear extension. The 38-year-old slugger is heading read more »

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Flannery donates $96,000 to help injured Andre Johnson Jersey fan Stow

Giants third-base coach Tim Flannery nearly doubled his goal for what he hoped to raise last weekend for Bryan Stow, the Giants fan who was seriously injured in a beating outside Dodger Stadium after the 2011 season opener. Flannery and his band, the Lunatic Fringe, raised $96,000 during four nights of concerts in Northern California read more »

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Bo, Baines, Adrian Peterson Jersey Authentic Thome liven up things at SoxFest

CHICAGO — Between Jim Thome, Bo Jackson and Harold Baines, there are 52 seasons of baseball experience, 1,137 career homers, 5,252 hits and 3,223 runs scored. There’s also a lifetime of entertaining baseball stories, as this trio proved through just a couple of handful of examples during Sunday’s SoxFest seminar titled “A Sluggers Roundtable.” One read more »

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Winter Leagues: Caribes strikes back J.J.Watt Jersey in 10th inning

Venezuelan Winter League Caribes 5, Magallanes 3, 10 inningsCaribes was facing elimination via a four-game sweep in the Championship Series, trailing 3-0 entering the bottom of the 10th inning after nine scoreless frames Sunday night. But after loading the bases and cutting Magallanes’ lead to 3-2 on a two-run double by Hector Gimenez, Twins shortstop read more »

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White Randy Bullock Jersey Sox showing faith in Flowers, Phegley

CHICAGO — There were audible groans, visible looks of displeasure and angry commentary intermittently coming from fans filling up SoxFest over the past two days at the Palmer House Hilton. That reaction had nothing to do with another weekend of frigid temperatures and snow in Chicago. Well, at least not in this instance. Disappointment directed read more »

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Prospects list offers encouraging Paul Molitor Jersey look to future

For the Twins, there’s hope. Byron Buxton Paul Molitor Jersey has a chance to be scary good. That is, he does EVERYTHING well. Will he be the next Mike Trout? Sure, it might be ridiculous to compare any player to Trout. After two years, Trout is on the very, very short list of the best read more »

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Wright excited for what future holds for Brett Lawrie Jersey Mets

David Wright envisions a bright future for the Mets. With the offseason additions of center fielder Curtis Granderson and right-hander Bartolo Colon, coupled with a surge of Brett Lawrie Jersey young talent in the organization, Wright believes the Mets are in position to make the postseason this year for the first time since 2006. Speaking read more »

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Stars and strikes: Jay, pals bowl for good Brett Lawrie Jersey cause

MIAMI BEACH, Fla. — Cardinals outfielder Jon Jay would walk down the block from his childhood home to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Miami-Dade location on 32nd Avenue and U.S. Highway 1. As an 8-year-old, a few of his teammates included Padres first baseman Yonder Alonso, Rays infielder Sean Rodriguez and former Orioles infielder read more »

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Hot Blue Jays Jersey Stove roundup: Tanaka signing sparks activity

Blue Jays Jersey The theory went that once Masahiro Tanaka signed, the rest of the free-agent market would loosen up after weeks at a near standstill. Well, the Yankees won the bidding for the Japanese right-hander on Wednesday, and on Thursday — as if on cue — more action followed. Although several significant free agents read more »