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With his team not displaying the proper sense of urgency at halftime, St. John's head coach Steve Lavin had multiple options to get his message across.
Dave Concepcion, Steve Garvey, Tommy John, Billy Martin and Ted Simmons also are held over from the 2010 expansion era committee ballot, while Dave Parker and Dan Quisenberry have been added. Vida Blue, Ron Guidry, Al Oliver and Rusty Staub have been dropped.
George Brett remembers sitting next to Frank White and Vida Blue in the dugout at Yankee Stadium, his ninth-inning home run having just given the Kansas City Royals the lead.
Matt Cain tossed and turned and managed all of about four hours of sleep following his history-making gem for the Giants.
As a general rule, sports team owners should leave the fashion tips to Tim Gunn.
Philadelphia's Roy Halladay will start for the National League in Tuesday night's All-Star Game against the Los Angeles Angels' Jered Weaver.
Pitching has again become the dominant force in baseball over the past couple of years, the hitters not standing much of a chance against all those arms.
Yankees owner George Steinbrenner will be on the Hall of Fame veterans committee ballot next month with former New York manager Billy Martin.
Charles Oscar Finley was perhaps the most universally disliked person in baseball history. A self-made insurance millionaire who owned the A's/Athletics franchise for nearly two decades, he moved the franchise from Philadelphia to Kansas City and then to Oakland, Calif., where it remains today.