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  1. Baggarly: 'The Giants have liked Pence for long time. He's not a rental'

    last season when he Astros dealt him to the Phillies . And you know as bright saving just set a conference ..... this deal and Tommy Joseph to somebody that the Phillies insisted upon and got Carlos Ruiz coming up on free agency soon. So they think

  2. 2.11: Cal baseball hosts first ever Fan Fest

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  3. 2.11: Chronicle Conversation -- Cal baseball coach David Esquer

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  4. 1.30: Future of Cal baseball unknown

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  1. Place your bets: Phillies' long 2014 WS odds

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    Thu, 31 Oct 2013

    In a few short years, the Phillies have gone from odds-on World Series favorites to the bottom of the league, behind mediocre AL Central teams.

  2. MLB CHAT with Giants Insider Andrew Baggarly -- NOW (10.30)

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    Wed, 30 Oct 2013

    Giants Insider Andrew Baggarly chats every week! Join him today at 10 a.m. for free-flowing Giants and baseball chatter!

  3. Giants sixth most valuable franchise in MLB

    Article

    Wed, 30 Oct 2013

    Bloomberg released their annual fiscal evaluation of Major League Baseball teams, with 10 teams being valued at over $1 billion, including the Giants.

  4. Former Cubs player opens up about quitting baseball at age 25

    Article

    Wed, 30 Oct 2013

    Six years after being selected in the first-round of the 2006 MLB Draft, former Cubs second baseman Adrian Cardenas decided to quit baseball . And the reason might surprise you.

  5. Ross to get start at catcher for Game 6

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    Wed, 30 Oct 2013

    David Ross gave the Sox a spark at the plate and called a great game for Jon Lester in Game 5. He will get the start for Game 6 with John Lackey on the mound.

  6. Former Cub Zambrano attempting comeback

    Article

    Tue, 29 Oct 2013

    Former Cubs starting pitcher Carlos Zambrano is attempting another comeback to the major leagues after failing with the Philadelphia Phillies last season.

  7. White Sox near bottom in organizational rankings

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    Tue, 29 Oct 2013

    While the North Siders get plenty of love for their stocked farm system, the White Sox recently ranked near the bottom when Baseball America calculated some organizational rankings.

  8. Cubs crack Top 5 in Baseball America farm system rankings

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    Tue, 29 Oct 2013

    As the Chicago Cubs continue to build toward the future, hope is on the horizon with the organization coming in as the fifth-best farm system on Baseball America's rankings.

  9. Ruben Amaro Jr. ponders a weighty decision

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    Tue, 29 Oct 2013

    After the Phillies ' first losing season in a decade, Ruben Amaro Jr. knows his decision on whom to tap as the next pitching coach is a big one.

  10. Farrell: Ross will start at catcher in Game 6

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    Tue, 29 Oct 2013

    John Farrell announced that both David Ross and Shane Victorino will start at Fenway Park against the Cardinals in Game 6.

  11. Five years ago today, we won

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    Tue, 29 Oct 2013

    Five years ago today, Philadelphians learned what it felt like to win after the Phillies defeated the Rays in Game 5 of the 2008 World Series.

  12. Ausmus interviews for Detroit managerial job

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    Tue, 29 Oct 2013

    Detroit general manager Dave Dombrowski confirmed that former major league catcher Brad Ausmus interviewed for the Tigers' manager's job Monday.

  13. Sox' Ross doing much more than enjoying the ride

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    Tue, 29 Oct 2013

    Red Sox catcher David Ross suddenly finds himself playing a crucial role in the World Series. You can probably understand if he didn't see this coming.

  14. Matheny hire shows why Cubs have Ausmus on radar

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    Mon, 28 Oct 2013

    Brad Ausmus' name has been thrown around as the Chicago Cubs search for their new manager and St. Louis Cardinals manager Mike Matheny -- another former catcher -- might be a good template for Ausmus

  15. As endings go, Sox pick this one

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    Mon, 28 Oct 2013

    No postseason game in the history of baseball had ever ended on a pickoff, but Koji Uehara made it a first when he nailed Kolten Wong for the final out.

  16. Checking up on Phillies in fall/winter ball

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    Mon, 28 Oct 2013

    John Finger checks up on Phillies prospects participating in Fall and Winter ball leagues across the world.

  17. Red Sox will probably switch to Salty-free lineup

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    Sun, 27 Oct 2013

    Jarrod Saltalamacchia is striking out in more than half his at-bats and his defense has deteriorated, as well, which means the Red Sox will probably switch to David Ross at catcher .

  18. World Series Game 4: Red Sox-Cardinals lineups

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    Sun, 27 Oct 2013

    As expected, David Ross has taken over the catcher 's job from Jarrod Saltalamacchia . . . but other than that, there are no changes in the Red Sox lineup for Game 4 against the Cardinals.

  19. Sox surprised Napoli not among Gold Glove finalists

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    Sun, 27 Oct 2013

    Manager John Farrell thinks Mike Napoli 'is still viewed as a catcher who's playing first base', which is why his outstanding defensive work this season went unrecognized.

  20. The ghost of David Ortiz

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    Fri, 25 Oct 2013

    The baseball world buried David Ortiz years ago. He was too old, too slow, too big. But somewhere along the line, he became a ghost -- a home-run-hitting, series-winning ghost.