Friday, May 24, 2013
Jesus Montero demotion was a no-brainer
You once feared that Montero, supposedly a hitting savant, would be a one-dimensional player. He has been a no-dimensional player so far this season.
Jesus Montero's days as Mariners catcher are over
Montero was optioned to Class AAA on Thursday, with the Mariners alarmed over his lack of offensive production.
Francona back in Beantown
Terry Francona returned to Fenway Park and found some more pleasant memories. A standing ovation. A video tribute to his time as manager...
Stan Musial's house for sale: Man, it's kind of expensive
Get ready for a big home run in St. Louis. The three-acre estate of Cardinals icon Stan Musial is on the market for $1.795 million. The house features 5,286...
Pitcher Jeremy Bonderman shelled in 11-2 Tacoma Rainiers loss
If pitcher Jeremy Bonderman was hoping to impress the Mariners, he didn't do it Thursday night. Bonderman allowed eight runs in five innings...
Tony Lazzeri is 82 and living in a retirement home in Issaquah. He moves slowly these days, but his mind is still sharp, and he revels in memories of his father's career.
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