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Baseball greats who returned home

Injuries most likely prevented Ken Griffey, Jr., from appearing in the top 10. (Otto Greule Jr/Getty Images)

Griffey returned home as well, who else did in MLB? In case you were studying with Buddhist Monks or in a coma — which I’m sure some of this would have seeped into your subconscious — LeBron James was a free agent deciding his future. Would he stay in Miami? Or would the prodigal son return? Currently, I’m living in the Miami area, so you can More...

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Jeff Samardzija
By R. Lincoln Harris On Saturday, July 5th, 2014

Analysis of the Cubs-A’s trade

Jeff Samardzija, Addison Russell and Jason Hammel are the big names in the Cubs-A’s trade. Whenever predictions are made in this space, it’s interesting to see whether or not they come true. Last year, More...

Jesse Chavez
By Steve Randel On Monday, March 24th, 2014

Jesse Chavez, Yordano Ventura grateful for their new gigs

Jesse Chavez slides into the A’s rotation after a recent rash of injuries to Oakland starters. (Steven Bisig/USA TODAY Sports) Two new faces have emerged from spring training in important roles for their More...

Oakland Athletics preview
By Jon Sumple On Tuesday, March 4th, 2014

Oakland Athletics preview: Potent lineup, dominant pitching … again

Will anyone be able to catch Josh Reddick and the Oakland A’s in the AL West this season? Consecutive AL West titles by the “underdog” Oakland A’s should earn them a little respect heading into 2014, More...

By Chris Moran On Tuesday, October 15th, 2013

Dan Straily, 2014 breakout candidate

Look for a strong season in 2014 for Oakland’s Dan Straily. (zimbio.com) The Oakland Athletics were eliminated from the playoffs recently at the hands of Justin Verlander and the Detroit Tigers. It will More...

Michael Wacha missing a no-hitter by thaaat much.
By Chris Moran On Tuesday, October 8th, 2013
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Michael Wacha or Sonny Gray: Who was better?

Michael Wacha missing a no-hitter by thaaat much. Rookies Sonny Gray of the Oakland Athletics and Michael Wacha of the St. Louis Cardinals have each made a great start this postseason. Gray went eight shutout More...

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