SEATTLE - Hey Cal! Care to reconsider?
...our best traditions. Nah. These are, after all, pretty much the same greedy and shortsighted guys who killed the 1994 World Series and thought that Florida would be a fine place to direct expansion of the major leagues. Now they want to do away...
MINNEAPOLIS - Even though the Twins are in first place in their division they have drawn 60,000 fewer fans than last season at this point.
As easy as it is to blame Bud Selig for baseball's latest fiasco, this one wasn't his fault.
Baseball's list of "most memorable moments" is missing a few.
NEW YORK (AP) - Rejoice, baseball fans. No strike in 2001 and no lockout.
The Texas Rangers sent shock waves through baseball Monday by signing Seattle shortstop Alex Rodriguez to the largest contract in the history of sports, $252 million over 10 years. The deal threw another cloud over a sport already bracing for the possibility of a players' strike at the end of the 2001 season.
ROSEMONT, Ill. (AP) - Baseball owners decided to fold two teams before the start of next season but they don't want to start a labor war by locking out players when their labor agreement expires Wednesday night.
A prominent Congressman has called for his resignation. Angry investors have sued him for fraud and racketeering. Others accuse him of breaking the rules to financially benefit himself and a crony. He's been jeered by sports fans and mocked in late-night host David Letterman's Top Ten list. (No. 1: Throws like a girl.)
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