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Topic - The Rangers
What will the Caps do with Marty Erat and Dmitry Orlov? Can they package them for a top four defenseman? Our answers.
Prince Fielder used to take batting practice as a kid at Tigers Stadium, and was known for hitting the ball over the right-field fence at a young age.
Fielder signed a $214 million, nine-year contract with the Tigers before the 2012 season that includes a limited no-trade provision, and the big first baseman was set to approve the deal. Kinsler just finished the first season of a $75 million, five-year contract.
The Tigers and Rangers agreed to a blockbuster trade Wednesday night that would send Detroit slugger Prince Fielder to Texas for second baseman Ian Kinsler, according to a person with knowledge of the deal.
Erat began play with 53 points in 57 regular-season games against Columbus — his highest point total against any team — and assisted on Washington's final three goals.
Say one thing for the Capitals as they continue to struggle at the start of the season: They are a perceptive bunch. They know the product they're putting on the ice right now is substandard.
When Schmidt signed with the Capitals last season and was sent to Hershey of the AHL, Oleksy provided something that really helped Schmidt out. When Schmidt was recalled by the Caps last week, Oleksy was there to help again.
As Jayson Werth told the media after Wednesday's victory, "We've got a heartbeat." Werth, in addition to being an excellent baseball player, is a pretty wise man and a bit of a sage. Yes, the Nats do have a heartbeat.
Alex Rodriguez is not ready to rejoin the New York Yankees.
New York Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez isn't ready to rejoin the team.
A bunch of big leaguers became marathon men on Saturday.
Boston reached the third round of the NHL playoffs for the second time since 1992. The other was 2011, when the Bruins won the sixth Stanley Cup in franchise history.
Struggling Rangers center Brad Richards was a healthy scratch Thursday night when New York faced elimination in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference semifinal series against the Boston Bruins.
Detroit Tigers slugger Miguel Cabrera has hit three home runs in a game for the second time in his career.
In the corner of the Boston Bruins' locker room, hanging from the hooks in Andrew Ference's stall, is a yellow running singlet with the team's "Spoked B" logo on the front.