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In the Mets' bat rack at Citi Field, almost every bat includes a sticker with the player's number on the knob. Not R.A. Dickey's.
The Yankees can't do much this off-season until they hear back from the three free agents they've made qualifying offers to.
R.A. Dickey was 20-6 for the 74-88 Mets and becomes the first knuckleball pitcher to win the award.
Chipper Jones was a great choice by the Braves in 1990. Matt Bush, the Padres' pick in 2004, has languished in the minors.
First baseman Anthony Rizzo was called up Monday night from Class AAA Iowa, making his debut with the Cubs in the No. 3 spot in the batting order against the Mets.
There have been six perfect games since July 2009; there were none in the 1970s, a decade replete with Hall of Fame pitchers.
Starting Wednesday, the Yankees have 27 games to make sure that a late-season swoon won't cost them a playoff spot.
Mark Teixeira, his voice raspy and his demeanor subdued, said he was reaching the final options in his battle to shake an infuriating cough, which is simply to rest.
The Mets General manager Sandy Alderson said that an attempt to fix the team's bullpen has not succeeded.
C. C. Sabathia threw about 23 pitches in the bullpen Saturday and declared that he would be ready to pitch on Friday.
Josh Johnson, Miami's No. 1 starter, had reconstructive elbow surgery in 2007, missed 11 months and returned better than ever. Until his latest setback.
Joe Girardi had a meeting with Russell Martin, the Yankees' No. 1 catcher, and the results seem to be impressive.
The Mets' newest reliever, Josh Edgin, was a high school state champion wrestler in Pennsylvania, a background that Manager Terry Collins said might prove useful.
Derek Jeter's hit to left Sunday against the Oakland Athletics was his 3,155th to push him past George Brett for sole possession of 14th on the career list.
The Mets pitcher Johan Santana won't need surgery for inflammation in his lower back, but he is unlikely to pitch again this season.
Andy Pettitte, eager to get back in the Yankees rotation after a leg injury, answered questions about the news that Roger Clemens was scheduled to start for a minor league team in Texas on Saturday.
Mark Teixeira was held out of the lineup for a third straight game. The question becomes whether he will play through pain the rest of the season.
Gregg Olson, the 1989 American League Rookie of the Year for Baltimore, is now a full-time scout for the San Diego Padres and a budding baseball humorist.
Determining the market for an injury-plagued 34-year-old outfielder who is coming off the worst season of his career.
The Oakland A's made their case to move to San Jose before the Major League Baseball Board of Governors, while the San Francisco Giants argued against it.