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Yankees sorely miss The Boss! Heads would've rolled if George Steinbrenner was still running the showUpdated Oct 22, 2012 Share Tweet
While Hal Steinbrenner voiced a rational reaction to a bitter ending for the Yankees, his generic spin underlined again the void that exists now without the late patriarch, George Steinbrenner, in place. If George had been around these past few days, st…
Share TweetIn what the Red Sox hope to be the first step in their return to being a championship-caliber team, John Farrell will be unveiled as the 46th manager in team history during a noon ET press conference on Tuesday at Fenway Park.
Blue Jays claim catcher Wilson off waiversUpdated Oct 22, 2012 Share TweetThe Blue Jays added to their organizational depth on Monday afternoon by claiming catcher Bobby Wilson off waivers from the Angels.
Yanks' strong season undercut by ALCS sweepUpdated Oct 22, 2012 Share TweetThe unfortunate truth of the universe that the Yankees have constructed for themselves is that their real season starts in October, and success or failure is ultimately judged upon their ability to win 11 games against the best teams in the game.
NBA -- West Side -- What to look forward to in 2012-13Oct 23J.A. Adande breaks down what he's looking forward to -- and not looking forward to -- in 2012-13.
Sources -- Memphis Grizzlies sale to be voted on by NBA Board of Governors…Oct 23he sale of the Memphis Grizzlies to an ownership group headed by Northern California tech magnate Robert Pera is poised for approval by vote of the NBA's Board of Governors on Thursday, according to sources close to the process.
NBA: East Side -- What to look forward to in 2012-13Oct 22Israel Gutierrez breaks down what he's looking forward to -- and not looking forward to -- in 2012-13.
Sources: Arenas close to deal to play in ChinaOct 22Gilbert Arenas is on his way to join Tracy McGrady in China, according to sources close to the former All-Star.