Roger Clemens Not Guilty On All Six Counts

The Roger Clemens perjury trial that went on for eight long weeks and cost the taxpayers an estimated $2-3 million is finally over. The verdict just came in and Clemens has been aquitted on all six counts

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Phil Humber Pitches Perfect Game for Chicago White Sox Defeating Seattle Mariners 4-0

SEATTLE, WA — Congratulations to Phil Humber who threw the first perfect game in the majors in almost two years, leading the Chicago White Sox to a 4-0 victory over the Seattle Mariners on Saturday, April 21. White Sox pitcher Philip Humber talks with MLB Network about what he was feeling going through the final out of his perfect game.

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Former Pitcher Rick Ankiel Receives Standing Ovation After Throw to Home (VIDEO)

Washington National’s outfielder, Rick Ankiel, received a standing ovation Monday night after his throw to home plate in Monday’s 6-3 win over the Astros.

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Joe Torre Resigns as MLB Executive to Join Group Purchasing LA Dodgers

Joe Torre announced his resignation as MLB executive vice president on Wednesday, Jan 4, so he could join a group that is pursuing ownership of the LA Dodgers. Torre managed the LA Dodgers from 2008-2010. Joe Torre, a popular motivational speaker through PFP Sports and Celebrity Talent Agency, has resigned as MLB executive vice president to pursue the purchase of the LA Dodgers.

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Magic Johnson Hopes to Buy LA Dodgers

Lakers legend Earvin “Magic” Johnson is reportedly part of a group looking to buy the LA Dodgers, according to the Los Angeles Times. Johnson would reportedly join with former Washington Nationals and Atlanta Braves executive Stan Kasten and financier Mark Walter, CEO of Guggenheim Partners.

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Seattle Mariners Outfielder Greg Halman Killed in Rotterdam

ROTTERDAM – Police were called to a home early Monday morning where Greg Halman, 24, MLB outfielder for the Seattle Mariners, was found stabbed to death in the city of Rotterdam in the Netherlands. The media reports that his younger brother, 22, has been arrested and is being questioned. ... Read More

Tony La Russa Retires On Top After Winning 2011 World Series

Tony La Russa announced his retirement as manager of the St. Louis Cardinals on Tuesday, Nov 1, three days after winning a seven-game world series against the Texas Rangers.

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St. Louis Cardinals Beat Texas Rangers 6-2 in Game 7 to Win 2011 World Series (VIDEO)

ST LOUIS, MO – It was a great ending for the the St. Louis Cardinals who beat the Texas Rangers 6-2 in game 7 to win the 2011 World Series baseball championship in St. Louis on Friday Oct. 28. Fans were elated when Cardinals third baseman, David Freese, was named Most Valuable Player (MVP). Freese batted .348 with five extra-base hits in the Series and set an MLB record with 21 RBIs in the postseason. ... Read More

Cardinals David Freese Hits 11th Inning Home Run in Game Six to Tie World Series with Texas Rangers 3-3 (VIDEO)

The Texas Rangers needed one final strike in the 9th and 10th innings Thursday night, Oct 27, in Game 6 of the World Series to win the championship, but it didn’t happen. Instead in the 11th inning St Louis Cardinals, David Freese hit a solo home run off pitcher Mark Lowe tying the series 3-3.

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Rangers Take 3-2 Lead in 2011 World Series After Defeating Cardinals 4-2 in Game 5. La Russa Blamed for Costly Mistakes

ARLINGTON, TX – Mike Napoli had an historic night in game 5 of the 2011 World Series. His tie breaking two run double in the eigth inning put the Texas Rangers in the lead 4-2 over the St Louis Cardinals. It also made Napoli just the second player in baseball history to have 4 multiple RBI games in a single Fall Classic. The other was Mickey Mantle in 1960.

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