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  1. Johnny Damon would love to go back to the Yankees

    Oct 11, 2010, 9:42 AM EDT

    Oh jeez. Can’t we even wait until the World Series is over to start this stuff again? Johnny Damon will be wearing a new hat next season and he is very open to it having NY on the front of it. “I would love to have that as an option,” Damon told The Post when…

  2. Instant replay isn't going to happen on Frank Robinson's watch

    Oct 11, 2010, 9:18 AM EDT

    An instant replay drama in the form of a one act play.

  3. Nice win and all, but the Phillies may want to take extra batting practice

    Oct 11, 2010, 8:52 AM EDT

    History shows that you can win a World Series with dominant pitching. But life is always better if you can hit the ball too. Which the Phillies didn’t really do in their three games against the Reds: They hit .212/.301/.273. with only four extra base hits in the whole series. That’s certainly better than the…

  4. Champagne showers after the Division Series? Really?

    Oct 11, 2010, 8:25 AM EDT

    Given that a loss in the LCS would constitute a failed season for the Phillies and the Yankees, why were they spraying the bubbly after their Division Series wins?

  5. And That Happened: Division Series Edition

    Oct 11, 2010, 5:49 AM EDT

    You all are lucky I even managed to pull myself out of bed this morning after last night’s Braves game. But I’m a pro, see, and that’s what pros do. Now — where are the anti-depressants?

  6. Cole Hamels shuts out Reds as Phillies complete sweep

    Oct 10, 2010, 11:56 PM EDT

    Yes, Game 2 was in their hands and they lost it, but with the results from Games 1 and 3, it doesn’t seem like the Reds ever really had a chance to win this series. The Phillies got their second dominant pitching performance in three games, this one from Cole Hamels, in beating Cincinnati 2-0…

  7. Who's really to blame for the loss in Game 3?

    Oct 10, 2010, 9:28 PM EDT

    Brooks Conrad is the one wearing this thing. And maybe he should be. But he’s not the only one who should be.

  8. For want of a nail: the Braves stun the Giants and then the Giants stun them right back

    Oct 10, 2010, 8:24 PM EDT

    As you read this, Brooks Conrad is being rushed to a secure, undisclosed location. Or at least he should be.

  9. Course reversal: Orlando Cabrera added to Reds' lineup

    Oct 10, 2010, 7:25 PM EDT

    In a major surprise, Orlando Cabrera was added to Cincinnati’s starting lineup for Sunday night’s Game 3 after getting through batting practice on the field before the game. The Reds originally had Paul Janish starting and batting eighth against the Phillies, but Cabrera was inserted into his customary No. 2 slot. Cabrera is 1-for-5 through…

  10. Rays top Rangers again, force Game 5 showdown

    Oct 10, 2010, 5:18 PM EDT

    Game 5 it is. The Rays scored early and managed to hang on for a Game 4 ALDS victory on Sunday afternoon in Arlington, Texas, forcing a series-deciding showdown scheduled for Tuesday at Tropicana Field…

  11. Hamels offered tequila shots Sunday at Cincinnati eatery

    Oct 10, 2010, 4:50 PM EDT

    This is great. According to a blog post on the Cincinnati Enquirer’s website (with picture included!), Phillies starter Cole Hamels was spotted having a pre-game lunch and enjoying some Sunday afternoon football at…

  12. Orlando Cabrera out of Reds' NLDS Game 3 lineup

    Oct 10, 2010, 4:29 PM EDT

    Reds shortstop Orlando Cabrera was forced from Game 2 of the NLDS after aggravating an oblique muscle on his left side.  Now Paul Janish is drawing the start Sunday in Game 3, according to the Toronto Star’s Richard Griffin. Cabrera told’s Mark Sheldon on Saturday that he didn’t expect to miss any additional time,…

  13. Longoria homers, Davis cruises as Rays lead Game 4

    Oct 10, 2010, 3:46 PM EDT

    This series might be headed back to The Trop. The Rays, pummeled by the Rangers in Games 1 and 2 back in Tampa, are now leading Texas 5-2 in the seventh inning of Sunday’s ALDS Game 4 in Arlington. Rays rookie…

  14. Chipper Jones already feeling improvement in knee

    Oct 10, 2010, 2:55 PM EDT

    Time to check in on Chipper Jones. The veteran third baseman was shut down for the season after tearing the ACL in his left knee.  He had surgery about a month ago but is already performing a wide range of baseball-related exercises and should be ready to go by the start of spring training next…

  15. Billy Wagner to be replaced on Braves' postseason roster

    Oct 10, 2010, 1:33 PM EDT

    Braves closer Billy Wagner suffered a strained left oblique Saturday in Game 2 of Atlanta’s NLDS matchup with the Giants.  He tried throwing on Sunday morning but did not feel well, according to Jeff Flectcher of AOL Fanhouse, and is going to be replaced on the club’s postseason roster by Takashi Saito.  Well, if MLB…

  16. Pablo Sandoval benched for NLDS Game 3

    Oct 10, 2010, 12:56 PM EDT

    As expected, Giants manager Bruce Bochy has benched Pablo Sandoval and will start Mike Fontenot at third base in Game 3 of the NLDS Sunday against the Braves.  This from Henry Schulman of the San Francisco Chronicle. “Kung Fu Panda” hit just .268/.323/.409 with 13 home runs over 563 at-bats during a disappointing regular season…

  17. Jim Thome planning to return for the 2011 season

    Oct 10, 2010, 11:59 AM EDT

    Jim Thome sits eighth on the all-time career home run list with 589 dingers. And now it sounds like he might catch Sammy Sosa (609) at seventh before his playing years are through. The veteran designated hitter told the St. Paul Pioneer Press…

  18. Video: Hughes, Gardy and Girardi talk ALDS

    Oct 10, 2010, 11:04 AM EDT

    The Yankees finished off a sweep of the Twins in the ALDS on Saturday night. Here we have reactions from both managers and from Yanks starter Phil Hughes, who struck out six batters over seven shutout…

  19. Must-click link: Bush and Nantz cheering on the Rangers

    Oct 10, 2010, 10:15 AM EDT

    Kevin Kaduk over at Yahoo’s Big League Stew passes along today’s must-see baseball photo. It’s CBS broadcaster Jim Nantz and former president George W. Bush, taking in Saturday’s ALDS Game 3 in Arlington, Texas. Bush, of course, used to have an…

  20. Alderson appears to be the favorite for Mets' GM opening

    Oct 10, 2010, 9:43 AM EDT

    October is young and the search might carry on well into autumn, but it sure sounds like Sandy Alderson is the front-runner for the Mets’ opening at general manager. Joel Sherman of the New York Post wrote Saturday that the “Mets’ circumstances…

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