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Lee MacPhail, the thorn in George Steinbrenner’s side for years and oldest living Baseball Hall of Famer, dead at 95Updated Nov 9, 2012 Share Tweet
Lee MacPhaill, who spent a half-century in baseball as a Hall of Fame executive, most of those years either building up the Yankees or famously butting heads with them, died Thursday night at his home in Delray Beach, Fla. The oldest living Hall of Fame…
Share TweetINDIAN WELLS, Calif. (AP) -- Josh Hamilton, B.J. Upton and Kyle Lohse were among nine free agents who turned down $13.3 million offers from their former clubs Friday as the annual general managers' ended and team officials headed home for what figures t…
Yankees' Free Agency ReportNov 9Andrew Marchand on Hiroki Kuroda, Rafael Soriano, and Nick Swisher all rejecting qualifying offers from Yankees and testing free agency.
Los Angeles Lakers' Kobe Bryant opens the campaign for Phil Jackson - J.A.…Nov 9For Kobe, there's only one logical choice to take over in Lakerland: Phil Jackson.
NBA -- Los Angeles Lakers' future hinges on Jim BussNov 9After two failed coaching hires, the pressure is on Jim Buss to make the right choice.
Don Banks: Players adjusting to good, bad of Thursday night scheduleNov 9If this were a typical season in the era of the NFL Network's Thursday night football package, the addition of the extra prime time game to the league's national TV schedule only would have started last night, with the arrival of Week 10. In its earlies…
Peter King: Bears-Texans showdown likely to turn on a big defensive playNov 9The Texans bat passes down -- 25 of them this season. The Bears force fumbles -- 21 of them this year. You think a defense-fest can't be fun? Watch Sunday night when the Texans (7-1) travel to Soldier Field to face the similarly 7-1 Bears.