Monthly Archives: November 2008

Indian hurlers' inking opens new market – MLB.com

NDTV.com Indian hurlers' inking opens new marketMLB.com – Nov 25, 2008Both are big fans of Cleveland pitcher Cliff Lee, who recently won the American League Cy Young Award. "The first time I saw him in Major League Baseball, …Reality TV Show

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South Jersey Face: Bill Moreland Jr. (Courier-Post)

There are streaks like Cal Ripken Jr.’s record of 2,632 consecutive Major League Baseball games played.

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COLLEGE BASEBALL: Nick Struck, 6A prep player of the year, chooses Hawaii (Portland Tribune)

CLACKAMAS – Nick Struck of Clackamas, the 2008 Class 6A baseball player of the year, has accepted a scholarship offer to play baseball at the University of Hawaii. “I feel like it’s a good fit,” Struck says. “When I made

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Mitchell sits down with News a year after ‘roid review (New York Daily News)

It’s been nearly a year since that cold and rainy day when former Senate Majority Leader George Mitchell released his long-anticipated report on steroids and Major League Baseball during a standing-room only news conference.

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Floyd Weaver leaves mark on PJC, area (The Paris News)

David Floyd Weaver left his mark in more areas than just sports, and he will probably be best remembered for what he did after his Major League Baseball career ended.

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With Several Bullpen Spots to Fill, Mets Are Making Sure to Explore All Options (New York Times)

Junichi Tazawa, the Japanese pitcher whose courtship by major league teams has irritated Japanese baseball officials, is close to signing with the Boston Red Sox, according to news reports.

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Brewers named baseball’s ‘Club Retailer of the Year’ (The Capital Times)

The Milwaukee Brewers success on the field has translated to off the field as well, and Major League Baseball has recognized that by naming the franchise the 2008 “Club Retailer of the Year.” Retail sales at Miller Park have nearly

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Baseball Academy a hit in Puerto Rico (Major League Baseball)

Baseball Academy a hit in Puerto Rico

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Where to find all the info on MLB contracts (Sports Illustrated)

A little more than three years ago, Jeff Euston — one of those growing number of baseball fans who not only gets into the game, but gets into just about every aspect of it — was playing around with a

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Widger among inductees in S.J. baseball hall of fame (The Philadelphia Inquirer)

Chris Widger has never strayed far from home. Even during a major-league baseball career that spanned a decade, Widger, a 1989 graduate of Pennsville, still maintained a home in the town where he attended high school.

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