Tag Archives: Curt Schilling

Myers wants to ‘stick it’ to Phillies

I go back and forth on Brett Myers. I’ve met the guy a couple of times, and he was decent, cordial, and didn’t come off as a prick — which he certainly can sometimes in the media. He can be a tough pitcher when he’s healthy and focused, but he has had injury issues the

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Surely some not-so-free agents

If money were no object, some team in baseball could potentially add nine future Hall of Famers to its roster this offseason, including what is obviously a baseball first: available sluggers who have reached the 700, 600, 500, 400 and 300 home-run plateaus. First, the possible — not all probable — Hall of Famers: Barry

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Juicy

I’ve wanted to stay away from commenting on this whole steroids issue. I’m not trying to ignore it and think that it will go away, because it clearly won’t. But I felt I didn’t have much to say that wasn’t already being thrown about, and that’s still probably the case. But on the heels of

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The Big Unit introduces himself to New York

I think we’ve seen the true Randy Johnson. He’s certainly a great pitcher and a fierce competitor, but he’s no class act. He’s no Yankee off the field. His incident with the CBS 2 cameraman in New York was a punk act. Does Johnson really think that he can walk down a Manhattan street and

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Postseason awards picks

In a few hours, we’ll learn the first of this season’s award winners, and since I’ve been lazy and couldn’t come up with a real analysis, here’s the quick version: NL MVPI think Barry Bonds will win, yet again. But I think it should be Adrian Beltre. The simple argument/formula is take the player away

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