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Randy Johnson Retires After 22 Seasons

Five-time Cy Young Award Winner Randy Johnson has decided to retire after 22 big league seasons. The 46-year-old lefty finished his career as the all-time strikeout leader among left-handed pitchers with 4,875 K’s, trailing the overall leader by nearly 1,000 (Nolan Ryan with 5,714). Johnson finished 8-6 last season with the Giants, giving him 303 […]

Joe Torre Book: He Wants Attention, Too

When Joe Torre was not brought back to be manager of the New York Yankees after the 2007 season, the common perception was that Joe was wrongly ousted from town; he was a good guy and that the organization had done him wrong. Joe, after all, was the quiet, calm guy who seemed to guide […]

Sox “Cash In” Win Over D-Backs

Red Sox catcher Kevin Cash finally gave publishers, editors, and producersĀ inĀ the Boston media a chance to use his name as a pun in their headlines. Count me in that mix, as the Sox “cashed in” in a win over the Diamondbacks 5-0 to take the series thanks to a three-run, eighth-inning HR from Cash. It […]

Standing Behind Clemens

For as long as I can remember watching Red Sox baseball, I only had room in my heart for one player. Whenever a player leaves the Sox, I usually switch my spotlight to another. In the past, this spot has been held by former outfielder Trot Nixon and looks to be soon taken over by […]