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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Carl Pavano
Pitcher Carl Pavano is retiring after 14 major league seasons.
Alex Rodriguez's corner locker in the New York Yankees' clubhouse is filled with four cardboard boxes of bats, a dozen jerseys, a dangling athletic supporter, two baseball caps and four books.
Carl Pavano's spleen was removed last week after the pitcher was injured when he fell in the snow.
Jake Arrieta pitched seven scoreless innings, Nick Markakis homered and drove in three runs, and the Baltimore Orioles marked the 20th anniversary of the opening of Camden Yards by defeating the Minnesota Twins 4-2 Friday.
A high school classmate of Minnesota Twins pitcher Carl Pavano threatened to reveal an alleged homosexual relationship they had and to write a book about it unless Pavano apologized to him and bought him a navy Range Rover SUV with tan leather, according to a search warrant affidavit filed by police in Connecticut.
Facing runaway production budgets, shrinking audiences and undependable revenue streams, Hollywood is at a financial crossroads. Is it time for the movie industry to adopt its own version of "moneyball"?
Joe Mauer made his major league debut at first base in the Minnesota Twins game against the Chicago White Sox on Thursday night.
Capsules of American League teams, listed in order of finish last year:
Carl Pavano pitched four more scoreless innings, running his spring streak to 13 in the Cardinals' 3-2 victory over Minnesota Saturday.
Minnesota Twins star Justin Morneau hit a three-run double in a spring training "B" game on Tuesday, the first time he's played since a concussion sidelined him in July.
Carl Pavano pitched three scoreless innings for the Minnesota Twins in their 2-0 win over the Baltimore Orioles on Thursday.
Jim Thome didn't need much time to determine he wanted to return for a 21st season. His back felt fine, and after 25 home runs in 276 at-bats for Minnesota last year, his powerful uppercut swing was sure in prime form.
Andy Pettitte gave the New York Yankees yet another clutch performance in the postseason, pitching seven smooth innings in a 5-2 victory over the Minnesota Twins on Thursday evening in Game 2 of their AL division series.
There has been nothing romantic about the underdog Minnesota Twins meeting the big, bad New York Yankees in the postseason.
Pavano announced in a statement released Wednesday, Feb. 26, 2014, that he is retiring after 14 major league seasons.
"Despite my strong desire to compete and hard work in preparing for the upcoming season, I feel that the amount of time lost from my spleen injury, coupled with the recovery from my complications from that injury, preclude me from continuing to compete at my highest level, which is necessary to perform in the major leagues," Pavano said in a statement released Wednesday by his agent, David Pepe.