Halladay Takes Down The Empire

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By Samantha Russo — 3/10/2011
The 2-year extension of Phillies manager Charlie Manuel wasn’t the only good news Philadelphia fans got today. Phillies ace Roy Halladay took down the visiting New York Yankees in a 7-0 victory.

Manuel Signs On For Two More Years

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By Greg Burud — 3/10/2011
Charlie will stay in charge. The Philadelphia Phillies re-signed manager Charlie Manuel after a long negotiation process. Manuel’s new contract will have him leading the Phillies through 2013.

Yogi Berra Taken Away In Ambulance


By Samantha Russo — 3/10/2011
85-year-old Yogi Berra was brought to a hospital in Clearwater, Florida this afternoon. Sources said the Yankees Hall-Of-Famer fell on his backside after catching one of his sneakers on the carpet in the New York Yankees clubhouse. Berra was visiting the Bright House Field to watch the Yankees take on the Philadelphia Phillies.

Tigers Honor Past Great


By Greg Burud — 3/9/2011
Steve Boros earned his Tiger stripes. Today, the late Detroit third baseman was honored. He had played seven seasons with the club over the course of his career.

Damon And Ramirez Reunited With The Rays


By Samantha Russo — 3/9/2011
The Tampa Bay Rays lost a lot of key players this off season. But, the club gained two invaluable veterans with playoff experience. Former Red Sox teammates Johnny Damon and Manny Ramirez are back together but this time in in Tampa Bay.

Tampa Bay Rays Fate Unpredictable


By Samantha Russo — 3/9/2011
It was a rough offseason for the Tampa Bay Rays pitching staff. Last year’s bullpen was one of the best in the majors and Rays franchise history. Closer Rafael Soriano signed with the New York Yankees.

Tigers Legend Stays In The Game


By Greg Burud — 3/9/2011
Fifty years later, he’s still got it. Five decades ago, Jake Wood became the first African-American from the Tigers’ farm system to play for Detroit. Today, the 73-year-old donned his Tiger’s cap and took the field once more

Orioles Soar To Victory


By Benjamin Barker — 3/9/2011
The Orioles didn’t waste any time showing off their new offense. The Baltimore Orioles got to Minnesota ace Francisco Liriano early, tagging the lefty for 6 runs in just an inning and two thirds.

Markakis Takes It Day By Day


By Benjamin Barker — 3/9/2011
Nick Markakis is a diamond in the rough. It has been twelve years since the Baltimore Orioles finished above .500, but Nick Markakis gives Orioles fans something to cheer for.

Twins Success Starts With Span


By Benjamin Barker — 3/9/2011
He sees the first pitch of the game. Being a leadoff hitter in the MLB comes with a lot of added pressure. For the Minnesota Twins, that pressure falls on the shoulders of Denard Span.