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Mets can’t miss out on Sheets, too

The interest in free-agent rehab project Ben Sheets seems to involve four teams: the A’s, Cubs, Mets and Rangers. There might be a few others lurking on the fringe, waiting to swoop in with a stealth offer, but it seems likely that Sheets will eventually sign with one of those four clubs. While the Rangers

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Photo Friday: Rangers vs. Red Sox, 1993

Juan Gonzalez Tonight I’m posting what I hope will be the first in a weekly — or at least bi-weekly — feature wherein I go back to my film negatives and scan in photos I’ve taken since I got my first SLR camera in high school. This is the first batch of those images. I

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Just a little this ‘n that

This year’s Hot Stove, Cool Music event features Mets GM Omar Minaya during the roundtable discussion at Fenway Park. It will be interesting to see what he has to say. (It will also be interesting to see what Bill Janovitz has to say after the music portion in the evening.) Matt Holliday switched his number

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The improbable start

Who would’ve thought that after two starts — at least the one by hard-throwing CC Sabathia, if not the one by ground-ball specialist Chien-Ming Wang — the Yankees would have zero strikeouts in eight innings by their starting pitchers? Who would’ve thought that the defending World Series champion Phillies could be down seven runs, on

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2008 preview: AL West

I’m not sure how much predicting, per se, I’m going to do with my previews this year. I didn’t even do any last year, so I think I’d grown tired of the standard prognostication that everyone does this time of year and over the next six weeks. I will still list the teams in each

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