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Sunday, July 31, 2011

Rafael Furcal approves trade to Cardinals

But Tony said that Corey Patterson has “the talent to be a No. 1 hitter”!

As expected, shortstop Rafael Furcal has agreed to a trade to the Cardinals. This according to FOX Sports’ Ken Rosenthal.

No word yet on what the Dodgers will be getting in return.

Furcal has been plagued by injuries for most of the 2011 season and has hit just .197/.272/.248 in 37 games, but the Cardinals are optimistic that he’ll be able to get back to his career norms with a change of scenery.

The District Attorney Posted: July 31, 2011 at 02:16 AM | 22 comment(s)
  Beats: cardinals, dodgers

A’s send Rich Harden to Red Sox

With Hiroki Kuroda and Ubaldo Jimenez coming off the trade block Saturday, the Red Sox had to resort to a lesser addition. They got it in the injury-prone yet very talented Rich Harden, from the A’s. The Red Sox are sending Lars Anderson and a player to be named later to Oakland (Kevin Goldstein via Twitter).

Harden, 29, has long been one of the more talented pitchers in the majors, but his arm has deteriorated over the years due to many injuries. He went 5-1 with a 1.77 ERA, 0.97 WHIP and 89 strikeouts in 71 innings after he was traded to the Cubs in July of 2008. This season, however, Harden’s got a 4.30 ERA and 1.16 WHIP with a lower strikeout rate. He’s only made five starts this season, all in July after returning from injury.

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Repoz Posted: July 31, 2011 at 02:03 AM | 15 comment(s)
  Beats: athletics, red sox

Rockies ace Ubaldo Jimenez traded to Indians

McBride goes westbound and up.

According to Troy Renck of the Denver Post, the Rockies have agreed to trade right-handed starter Ubaldo Jimenez to the Indians for pitching prospects Drew Pomeranz and Alex White, and 26-year-old minor league first baseman Matt McBride.

The District Attorney Posted: July 31, 2011 at 12:02 AM | 48 comment(s)
  Beats: indians, rockies

Saturday, July 30, 2011

Joe Girardi thinks double headers ruin the quality of baseball

We’re set for a split doubleheader. Joe Girardi is not high on the concept, or on straight doubleheaders for that matter.

“I don’t like either one,” Girardi said. “I would vote for two seven-inning games, or you increase the roster for doubleheaders, just because it’s so hard on your team physically. It’s one thing if you have a day off after a doubleheader, but if you don’t, it’s really hard on you physically. I think it takes away from the quality of the game sometimes in a sense. So I’m not a big fan of doubleheaders ...”

Someone ought to introduce this sissy to Yogi Berra ...


Rangers acquire Uehara for [Chris] Davis, [Tommy] Hunter

And Jeffrey Hunter was traded for a package including Uhura.

Right-hander Koji Uehara of the Orioles have reportedly been traded to the Rangers in exchange for corner infielder Chris Davis and pitcher Tommy Hunter (Baltimore Sun via Twitter)...

Uehara, 36, is pretty underrated—likely due to playing for the non-contending Orioles. He has a 1.72 ERA, 0.70 WHIP and 62 strikeouts in 47 innings this season. He’ll fit quite nicely in Texas as an eighth-inning bridge to Neftali Feliz.

Davis, 25, has shown signs in the past of being a prolific power hitter, but strikeout woes have plagued him… the Orioles could immediately slip Davis in at first base and trade Derrek Lee. There have been reports that Lee is on the Pirates’ radar.

Hunter, 24, ...

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The District Attorney Posted: July 30, 2011 at 09:50 PM | 18 comment(s)
  Beats: orioles, rangers

Neyer: Moves at Trade Deadline Can Be Great Deal of Trouble

The most important thing to know about baseball trades made in July is that most of them do not amount to much. Few of the stars traded to contenders will be the difference between winning and losing, and few of the young prospects traded for stars will become stars. Still, we have had a flurry of activity leading to Sunday’s deadline for nonwaiver trades (don’t ask), with stars like Carlos Beltran, and numerous lesser lights changing teams and kindling hope among their new teams’ fans.

And although most of these deadline deals are ultimately good for all parties — contrary to popular opinion, baseball executives are generally intelligent — there have been a few notably disastrous deadline trades over the years. ...

Usually, ...

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bobm Posted: July 30, 2011 at 08:22 PM | 14 comment(s)
  Beats: athletics, blue jays, cardinals, cubs, history, mariners, mets, nationals, rangers, red sox, twins

Royals trade Aviles to Red Sox

Yamaico no problem!

Mike Aviles might have just talked his way into first place.

The Royals traded Aviles to Boston Red Sox on Saturday for utilityman Yamaico Navarro and minor-league pitcher Kendal Volz. The move came one day after Aviles publicly expressed his displeasure at being a utility player…

Aviles, 30, was the Royals’ player of the year as a rookie in 2008 and batted .304 last season after returning from major elbow surgery… He departs with a .222 average, five homers and 31 RBIs in 53 games…

Navarro, 5 feet 11 and 170 pounds, arrives after batting .216 with one homer and three RBIs in 16 games for the Red Sox after batting .280 with 41 homers and 225 RBIs in 445 career minor-league games over six seasons.

Volz, 23, will be ...

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The District Attorney Posted: July 30, 2011 at 08:09 PM | 23 comment(s)
  Beats: red sox, royals

Tigers acquire Fister, Pauley from Mariners

Fister? Furbush? WTF…

The Tigers, in need of fortifying their starting rotation, acquired starter Doug Fister and reliever David Pauley from the Seattle Mariners Saturday, a high-ranking Tigers’ official confirmed. The official was not authorized to speak publicly.

The Mariners will receive left-handed pitcher Charlie Furbush, minor league third baseman Francisco Martinez, minor-league outfielder Casper Wells and a player to be named, according to the official.

Fister, 27, has been a workhorse for the Mariners. He is averaging 6.95 innings a start, and is yielding a 3.33 ERA and 1.17 WHIP in 21 starts. He has been victimized by poor run support, with the Mariners scoring just 17 runs in his last 10 starts. Pauley is yielding a 2.15 ERA ...

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Repoz Posted: July 30, 2011 at 04:52 PM | 17 comment(s)
  Beats: mariners, tigers

Tim Lincecum, Matt Cain slighted by Phils’ Manuel

If Alvin Cash were still around…I’m sure we’d have a The Philly Freak-ish follow-up.

In an out-of-left-field comment following Thursday night’s 4-1 Giants victory, Manuel put down winning pitcher Tim Lincecum (and Matt Cain), correcting a reporter who suggested the Phillies struggled against these “great” pitchers, who together held them to one unearned run in 13 innings in the series.

“They’re good pitchers. You say they’re great pitchers? To me, I don’t know how great they are,” Manuel said, as quoted in the Philadelphia Daily News.

“As they move on into their careers, the longevity part, I think that’s when the greatness might come. ... When you say somebody is great, I look up there and tonight I saw a 90 (mph) fastball, 92 at best ...

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Repoz Posted: July 30, 2011 at 12:32 PM | 31 comment(s)
  Beats: giants, phillies

Smith: Yankees should think again if pursuing Ubaldo Jimenez trade, they have his type in Burnett

Yes, all those 130 ERA+ seasons start to look the same after a while…

When Burnett signed his five-year, $82.5 million contract, the Yankees didn’t expect his record to be below .500 (31-33) in the first three years.

The trade deadline clock is ticking loudly now, and Ubaldo Jimenez continues to be the name on the lips of everyone who wants Cashman to make a move. The Rockies’ asking price has been too high, even though the 27-year-old righty is supposed to have a manageable contract and ace-like stuff.

Not getting Jimenez would not be a disaster for the Yankees. It could be one of the best things that happen to them if they don’t get him. He could turn out to be a future Burnett - fool’s gold - if he lands in the Bronx.

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Repoz Posted: July 30, 2011 at 12:02 PM | 50 comment(s)
  Beats: projections, rockies, sabermetrics, yankees

CornBelters’ Hal Lanier still teaching at 69

Only because he wasn’t hitting at 29! (.214/.234/.243)

Hal Lanier put the stat sheet down long enough Wednesday to explain why, at 69 years old, he’s still interested in coaching young people.

After all, independent baseball has long been about more than numbers to Lanier, a former major league coach with the St. Louis Cardinals and Houston Astros.

“I enjoy the game. My mind is still active. I like working with the young kids,” Lanier said. “I like trying to get players that were not drafted, or never got an opportunity, to play organizational ball. I’m very proud of that. Not only during the season, but in the offseason and during spring training, because I live in Florida.

“I go around all the minor league camps, and meet all the ...

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Repoz Posted: July 30, 2011 at 11:27 AM | 2 comment(s)
  Beats: history, scouting

Montreal Gazette: Riding with the Spaceman

Wadda ride with Bill Lee! More fun than a mesced-up Mint 400 off-road motorbike race!

As Bill Lee often says, it’s about the journey, not the destination. And the crowning achievement of the former Expos pitcher’s rather eventful journey may very well be a planned feature film about his life.

Have Glove, will Travel is scheduled to start shooting next year. Filmmaker Brett Rapkin has already written the script, adapted from two Lee biographies.

This week, Rapkin and Lee, along with Lee’s wife Diana, daughter Anna, and two attachés from the City of Montreal’s film and television office, toured the city scouting film locations.

...9: 30 a.m.: Gibbys Restaurant, Old Montreal

“Unbelievable place. Could be a great place (in the movie) ...

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Repoz Posted: July 30, 2011 at 10:52 AM | 5 comment(s)
  Beats: expos, history, media, red sox

Here are some more possible reunions for Mariners to orchestrate

The Mariners, ... seem to have hit on a winning formula. On their last homestand, they brought back members of the 116-game-winning 2001 M’s team for a stirring ceremony, and tonight at Safeco Field they’ll be honoring the legacy of the Seattle SuperSonics.
 
When you’ve got a team on the field fresh off a 17-game losing streak and once again buried in the basement, you need to be creative to put butts in the seats…. So in that spirit, I’ve decided to helpfully suggest a few more reunions the Mariners could stage.
 
Mariner left-fielders. There have been more than 200 of them over the years as the Mariners strive, mostly futilely, to get this problem area fixed. What a stirring moment it would be to have them all line up along the ...

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The Ghost of Sox Fans Past Posted: July 30, 2011 at 06:24 AM | 2 comment(s)
  Beats: mariners

10-year-old fighting cancer sings anthem at Braves’ game

Anderson was singing the anthem as part of Thursday’s “Rally Night” at the ballpark. Before the game, catcher Brian McCann met with “Rally Kids,” children who are battling cancer, and funds were raised in the fight against the disease.

According to PrayforLilyAnderson.com, Lily was diagnosed with stage 4 neuroblastoma in 2009 and has had to go through difficult rounds of chemotherapy and surgery.

rr Posted: July 30, 2011 at 03:50 AM | 0 comment(s)
  Beats: general

MLB: Pence pulled, reportedly traded to Phillies

Pence pulled. Sounds painful.

The Astros reached a deal to send All-Star outfielder Hunter Pence to the Phillies in exchange for four players, including Philadelphia’s top two Minor League prospects, a person close to the negotiations told MLB.com. The deal, which is subject to the approval Major League Baseball, is expected to be finalized on Friday.

Pence was pulled from the field in the middle of the fifth inning of the Astros’ game against the Brewers on Friday night at Miller Park.

The Astros are receiving right-handed pitcher Jarred Cosart and left-handed outfielder Jonathan Singleton, along with two more players. At least one of the players will be a player to be named later. Cosart is ranked by MLB.com as the Phillies’ top ...

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Repoz Posted: July 30, 2011 at 02:22 AM | 108 comment(s)
  Beats: astros, phillies

Friday, July 29, 2011

Bergeson: A Protestant in Cooperstown

Stone Boy is sacrificing himself!

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My first childhood baseball hero, Bert Blyleven was enshrined in the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, N.Y., last Sunday.

I couldn’t bring myself to watch or care.

...I knew Cooperstown was supposed to be a sacred site, a religious experience, the baseball equivalent of St. Peter’s Square. I waited to be entranced.

But the baseball shrine with its statues and relics left me flat. And, I thought, who are humans to think they can determine who is a baseball saint and who isn’t, anyway?

While the rest of the tour group wandered the marble halls in reverent silence, I rushed through the exhibits and snuck out the back door.

With three hours still left on our tour, I walked down the Main ...

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Repoz Posted: July 29, 2011 at 10:18 PM | 17 comment(s)
  Beats: hall of fame, history, memorabilia, special topics

Matt Moore: Tipping Pitches? Now With Video!

Essentially, my theory is that Moore tips his pitches somewhat by pumping his hand into his glove on fastballs and keeping his hand still on off-speed pitches. I have no idea if hitters could even pick up on this from their angle, but I could see it from the CF camera.

Diamond Research Posted: July 29, 2011 at 09:14 PM | 1 comment(s)
  Beats: rays

L.A. Times: Welcome to zee old ballgame

Parisian teenagers take in a Dodgers game on their U.S. tour arranged by French-Jew’rney.

Selfless in ways even I don’t pretend to understand, I treat them to pretzels and red licorice and ask them how they like our little city.

“I prefer New York,” one of them says.

“Really?”

“I prefer Israel,” says another. “My second favorite place in zee world is California. The first is Jerusalem.”

So, maybe not so typical after all. They are all Parisians, sent over by French-Jew’rney, an organization that helps European teens experience American culture. Fairly well off, I assume from their pricey two-week vacation, though we never really discuss that.

What we discuss is baseball. Ever try to explain it to a foreigner?

“OK, that croissant ...

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Tripon Posted: July 29, 2011 at 09:06 PM | 13 comment(s)
  Beats: dodgers, international

The Matador Sports: Top 10 Worst MLB Owners of All Time

1.  Harry Frazee, Red Sox

Baseball has always been a business, as evidenced by Frazee’s tenure as owner of the Sox. He bought the team for $400,000 in 1917 and sold it for $1.5 million in 1923, peddling his best players in the meantime to finance his theatrical investments. His favorite trade partner was the Yankees, who received Carl Mays, Herb Pennock, Everett Scott, and infamously, Babe Ruth. After Ruth’s departure in 1919, the team wouldn’t reach .500 again until 1934, while the Yankees won four World Series titles during that period. Not even the 1918 World Series title, which was won with players inherited by Frazee, excuses his moves as the owner.

RoyalsRetro (AG#1F) Posted: July 29, 2011 at 08:12 PM | 43 comment(s)
  Beats: business, cubs, dodgers, expos, mariners, miami, orioles, phillies, rangers, red sox, reds, royals

“Baseball Tonight”: Theme poll: Good Charlotte vs. Staind

It’s…it’s…it’s as if Crocus Behemoth never ####### existed!

ESPN enlisted the help of notable musicians to provide their distinctive interpretations of the “Baseball Tonight” theme song during the 2011 season. We’ve already featured these versions of the song on air and in the ESPN Music section, but now we want you to help us crown the best version of them all.

For the next 11 weeks, we’ll have two artists square off in a poll for you to vote on. The winner will then face the next artist on the schedule and so on until the final week, when we’ll see who is the last one standing. Starting it off is Good Charlotte vs. Staind, so vote in the upper right poll now through Aug. 4.

Week 1 (July 29-Aug. 4): Staind vs. Good Charlotte
Week 2 ...

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Repoz Posted: July 29, 2011 at 07:23 PM | 43 comment(s)
  Beats: announcers, media, music, television

Ugandan Little League Team Denied Visas

The U.S. Department of State declined to give a reason for the decision, other than to say that the team’s documentation “contained discrepancies,” officials at Little League headquarters in South Williamsport, Pa., said Friday in a statement.

According to Little League officials, the last time a team that qualified could not make the trip was 1959, when a squad from then-West Germany composed of dependents of U.S. Army personnel didn’t have enough money to travel.

I’m not a fan of the LLWS but this is sad.  I think it would have been great to have such a fledgling baseball country represented.

Jose is Absurdly Correct but not Helpful Posted: July 29, 2011 at 07:16 PM | 27 comment(s)
  Beats: amateur

Megdal: Doing It Right: The Feliciano-Fulmer Affair

“Puts Profumo to shame.” adds Howard.

The Feliciano role has been taken up by Tim Byrdak this year. Byrdak is holding lefties to a .671 OPS this year, a fine job. Feliciano posted a .574 mark against lefties in 2010, .594 in 2009, and .575 in 2008. So no question, Feliciano was a bit better against lefties. (Byrdak from 2008-2010 was .644, .700 and .469.) But the overall margin is extremely slight. And Byrdak is earning $900,000 this year, on a one-year commitment. That’s $3.1 million saved in 2011, with all four million that would have been committed to Feliciano available to the 2012 club.

Then in June, the Mets took a promising right-handed pitcher named Michael Fulmer with the 44th overall pick. Fulmer eventually signed for ...

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Repoz Posted: July 29, 2011 at 06:19 PM | 9 comment(s)
  Beats: business, mets, sabermetrics, yankees

Report: Astros told Hunter Pence last night he was being traded

A source told SI.com’s Jon Heyman that Hunter Pence was told he was being pulled from Thursday’s game due to a trade, only to get left in the game afterwards.

Judging by Heyman’s followup tweet, there’s a suspicion that Astros management agreed to a deal and ownership vetoed it.

That tweet reads, and I quote:

#astros mid-game mind change on pence trade re-raises question about whether ownership wants to deal him .

The District Attorney Posted: July 29, 2011 at 04:53 PM | 64 comment(s)
  Beats: astros, rumors

Gazette: Group interested in bringing Expos

Last Friday, on radio station CKAC, Brulotte said he has been approached by an unnamed business group interested in trying to bring baseball back to the city - and we’re not talking about the minor leagues.

Brulotte also posted the news on his RDS blog and was a guest Tuesday afternoon on Mitch Melnick’s radio show on The Team 990. Brulotte said he had rebuffed the group of investors several times over the last couple of years before finally taking them seriously.

Brulotte says the fact that a recent Conference Board of Canada report declared Montreal could still support Major League Baseball under the right conditions led the unnamed group to publicly explore the city’s appetite for it.

Krusty Posted: July 29, 2011 at 04:32 PM | 14 comment(s)
  Beats: history, international, rumors

Focus Taiwan: Parties planned for Wang’s first majors start in two years

Dial Dial! Primer road trip!

Baseball fans in the Taipei area have the option of getting up early on Saturday to enjoy an exciting live broadcast of Washington Nationals pitcher Chien-Ming Wang’s first MLB start in two years, complete with free treats.

Citizens have been invited to gather at Taipei City Hall to watch a live stream of the Nationals home game against the New York Mets live at 7 p.m. EST (7 a.m. Taiwan time), Taipei city government announced Friday.

The city government will co-host a “party” that begins at 6 a.m. for fans to cheer for the Taiwanese right-hander in front of a large screen as three local sports channels will also begin their broadcasts.

Fans are encouraged to support Wang with body painting or posters, said ...

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Repoz Posted: July 29, 2011 at 12:47 PM | 78 comment(s)
  Beats: history, international, mets, nationals

Primer Dugout (and link of the day) 7-29-1911

[Pittsburgh] Gazette Times, July 29, 1911:

The Boston Club today is a joke, and it has been made so by its owner, a man who does not know a ball player from a jack salmon.

...

Today there is just one player with the Bostons who measures up to National League form, and his name is Sweeney, neither euphonious nor yet a poetic cognomen, yet he can play ball at all stages.

...

Now, I suppose that bunch of Beanbakers will turn right around and down the Pirates.  They will—I do not think.

Holy moly, I think I may have just stumbled onto the earliest known usage of the “not” joke.

Jefferson Manship (Dan Lee) Posted: July 29, 2011 at 11:41 AM | 21 comment(s)
  Beats: dugout, history

Joe Posnanski: Saving Bonds

Pos, Bonds and the transfixed rate of Bob Costas.

My friend Bob Costas left a message for me yesterday. It was a very nice message—Bob is a great guy—but he also had a slight disagreement. Bob and I are very often on the same page when it comes to baseball, but he was reading a small essay I wrote in the magazine this week and he noticed this line:

”(Barry) Bonds and (Roger) Clemens are two of the best who ever played the game. If not for the steroid noise that surrounds them, you could make a viable argument that they are simply the two best ever.”

I should say that my thinking, when I wrote the line, was simply that if you took their numbers and performances at face value, you could make the viable argument that they are the two best ...

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Repoz Posted: July 29, 2011 at 11:32 AM | 572 comment(s)
  Beats: announcers, hall of fame, history, media, sabermetrics, television

Hagen: Phillies: A scout’s dissenting view of Astros’ Hunter Pence

A Plummering, He Will Go.

And now, speaking for the opposing standpoint, Rob Plummer . . .

He’s a successful agent who has focused his efforts on talent-rich Latin America. He watches baseball through a scout’s eyes. He’s also a Philadelphia native who unabashedly wishes nothing but the best for the Phillies. And his dispassionate assessment of the cost-benefit ratio is that getting Pence would be a huge mistake that will ultimately backfire badly. His scouting report:

Not a fast bat . . . Needs to cheat a lot and therefore strikes out a lot . . . Not a high OPS guy . . . Would not protect [Ryan] Howard in the batting order . . . Not a guy I would like to pay a lot over the next 3 years like you would have to in [arbitration] . . . Not ...

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Repoz Posted: July 29, 2011 at 10:21 AM | 26 comment(s)
  Beats: astros, phillies, scouting

Brown: Tigers teammates Penny and Martinez argue with each other

Hi, my name is Penny! (mindless ramble to follow)

In the heat of a particularly frustrating afternoon for the Detroit Tigers on Thursday, right-hander Brad Penny and catcher Victor Martinez squabbled with each other in plain sight in front of more than 30,000 fans at Comerica Park.

The Angels roughed up Penny for seven runs over 3 2/3 innings, his worst statistical outing with Detroit, in a 12-7 victory for Los Angeles. Perhaps the ugliest detail: home fans booing their own team in the fourth inning when Penny and Martinez shouted at each other with the Tigers on defense.

Though the teammates exchanged only words, along with some hostile body language, the argument went on long enough that pitching coach Jeff Jones emerged from the ...

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Repoz Posted: July 29, 2011 at 09:46 AM | 4 comment(s)
  Beats: angels, game recaps, tigers

Rico Brogna: Either You Are A Hall Of Famer Or You Are Not!

“Piazza! Piazza!” Little RICO Act.

Barry Bonds in recent years has been a heated debate. Should he or shouldn’t he get in the HOF? And if the answer is yes, should Barry be a first ballot HOF? C’mon man! This guy was unbelievable, PED’s or whatever! There is one thing you need to ask yourself, “Is Barry Bonds and his performance on the field during his career worthy of HOF entry? As my son would say (he’s 8 years old), “Duh!” ‘Nuff said. Barry is simply one of the best to ever play this great game. No maybe, no but what about the help he might have gotten, and no, well, lets put him in but make him wait. I see clearly now, the powers that be are playing HOF God? C’mon man! If Barry is not an automatic, in any era, no ...

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Repoz Posted: July 29, 2011 at 09:33 AM | 24 comment(s)
  Beats: hall of fame, history, steroids

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