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Rockies, Red Sox are most unexpected positive early development…

Rockies, Red Sox are most unexpected positive early developments

CNNSI.com Updated Apr 22, 2013
The Red Sox are in first place. So are the Rockies. Chris Davis looks like Albert Pujols. Those are just some of the surprising early developments. Cliff Corcoran wonders if they'll last.
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  • Snow postpones Braves-Rockies at Coors

    Snow postpones Braves-Rockies at Coors

    MLB.com Apr 22, 2013
    Monday night's series opener between the Braves and Rockies at Coors Field was postponed due to snow. The game will be made up as part of a split doubleheader on Tuesday.
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  • Three up, three down: Rox, Crew making noise

    Three up, three down: Rox, Crew making noise

    MLB.com Apr 22, 2013
    The Rockies had their eight-game winning streak snapped on Sunday, but they still share the best record in the big leagues (13-5) with the Atlanta Braves, and weather permitting, the two teams will open a three-game series at Coors Field on Monday night…
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Sports Columnists

  • 2013 NBA Playoffs-- Memphis Grizzlies drop tight game in Game 2

    Apr 22
    The Grizzlies had some superb play from Mike Conley, but the other team had Chris Paul.
  • Seattle Seahawks to extend Kam Chancellor -- source

    Apr 22
    The Seattle Seahawks have reached an agreement with safety Kam Chancellor on a five-year, $35 million contract extension that has $17 million in guarantees, a source said.
  • Kam Chancellor signs contract extension with Seattle Seahawks

    Apr 22
    The Seattle Seahawks have signed star safety Kam Chancellor to a multiyear contract extension.
  • Peter King: Inside how the Revis trade to Tampa Bay finally went down

    Apr 22
    By Sunday morning, the Bucs and Jets had worked out the trade details for Darrelle Revis -- Tampa Bay's first-round pick in this draft and likely a third-rounder next year to New York. The Bucs had a contract done with Revis -- six years, $96 million, n…