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As we continue our series comparing the AL East position-by-position, we take a look at center field.
Mar 5, 2014; Port Charlotte, FL, USA; Tampa Bay Rays manager Joe Maddon in the dugout against the New York Yankees at Charlotte Sports Park.
A third World Series title since 2004 isn't enough for the Red Sox to overtake the Yankees in the annual popularity poll of Connecticut baseball fans released Tuesday morning by Quinnipiac University.
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The AL East is an absolutely lethal division, and the Blue Jays don't seem to have the depth to compete in 2014.
Brian McCann agreed to terms with the Yankees in late November, and within days, an iPad arrived in the mail.
Sep 14, 2013; Detroit, MI, USA; Kansas City Royals starting pitcher Ervin Santana pitches in the first inning against the Detroit Tigers at Michigan Stadium.
In a game last week, the Boston Red Sox were in a way accused of not showing up and playing a Spring Training game against the Miami Marlins .
Let's Go Tribe's look at the Indians' competition around the AL begins with the Yankees, who spent more than some nations' GDP this offseason in an attempt to get back to the playoffs.
There's a lot of spring training left for the Orioles, but as of today the locker room is pretty crowded.
It's impossible to follow the Rays without getting into "attendance talk" from time to time.
Joe Maddon believes pairing Jacoby Ellsbury with Brett Gardner in the outfield could provide a dynamic similar to the one that helped the Red Sox become World Series champs last year.
After a successful first act, Tampa Bay Rays fans are hoping for more of the same from wunderkind outfielder Wil Myers .
Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim's Ervin Santana delivers a pitch in the first inning against the Detroit Tigers during their American League game in Detroit, Michigan September 4, 2008.
The Orioles' power-packed lineup has gotten a lot of attention over the past couple seasons, and it looks like the hitters aren't ready to surrender the stage to the upgraded pitching staff.
For a guy who is desperate for an MLB contract, Ervin Santana has an odd way of showing it.