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Can Clemens actually make a difference?

In the seventh inning of the Yankees game yesterday, Roger Clemens announced that he was glad to be home and that he would be in Yankees pinstripes once again. The Yankees proclaimed yesterday that they are in definite need of help and they would pay any price to obtain it. The pro-rated amount of the … Continue reading

ALL I WANT FOR CHRISTMAS IS A-ROD…

The Angels loaded up their bullpen again with the signing of perennial bad lefty Darren Oliver…What a move…we need a bat Stoneman…get it together…let me help you out…my Christmas wish list… Action Plan: 1. Sign ZITO… 2. Package Figgins, Shields, and Santana/Weaver to the Evil Empire…get A-ROD… 3. Win the World Series Stoneman…make it happen…Arte … Continue reading

Astros Get LEE, Williams

The Astros add some power to the NL’s worst offense on Friday, forking out $100M for Carlos Lee over six years. Their shaky rotation also gets a boost as they sign Woody Williams, who was a college star at Houston. This will give them major depth behind Lance Berkman and provide a consistent slugger to … Continue reading

ANGELS SIGN MATTHEWS JR.–FIGGINS, SHIELDS, AND SANTANA TO BE PACKAGED FOR A-ROD?

On Wednesday morning, the Angelds announced that tey had come to terms with Center Fielder Gary Matthews Jr. on a five-year $50 million dollar contract and the 32-year old will obviuosly be playing centerfield for the Angels. According to the team, the Angels will move Chone Figgins back to third base and Matthews Jr. wil … Continue reading

Dodgers Sign Pierre

Ned Colletti doens’t make too many mistakes. According to the Los Angeles Times, the Dodgers will sign Centerfielder Juan Pierre to a multi-year deal worth as much as $45 million dollars. The Dodgers get a veteran ball player, a winner and guy who can go from 1st to 3rd and from 2nd to home as … Continue reading

SHEFFY TO THE TIGERS: WOW!

Gary Sheffield will reportedly be traded to the Detroit Tigers for three minor league pitchers. Sheffield, when healthy will complement the sluggers already in the middle of the Detroit Lineup and give them one more dangerous hitter from the right side of the plate. Sheffield appeared to be the odd man out in New York, … Continue reading