Sunday, April 20, 2008

Sunday papers

Updating two stories below, Frank Thomas has been released and Hideo Nomo has been designated for assignment. My first though, any team in need of a DH that might have been considering Bonds could now scoop up the Big Hurt and avoid a PR hit. On Nomo, whose career is probably over, thanks for the no-hitter, that was special.

Pedroia sits today, Lowrie at second. Ellsbury leading off, Lowrie batting second. Youth! Aaaaand, Kinsler has just lead off the game with a home run. Anyway, enjoy the Sunday papers.

Arizona lefty eyes swift return from cancer
Cards are in odd spot with their offense
Yost not sure whether ace will miss start
Wrigley overtakes The Cell as nuthouse
Lackey ready to begin rehab assignment
Lester's goal was to strike first
Mets take shots at Phil fans
Tejada was better Oriole than many thought
Central may be open for White Sox
Helms rescues Florida in 9th
A's counter perception with support of RBI program
Rockies really cookin' on road
Japan had a love-hate relationship with Royals Nomo
Big Hurt cries foul over being benched by Jays
Ex-teammate Marzano's death rocks M's clubhouse
Another growing pain in Yanks' young arms
Hampton encouraging in bullpen session
Twins' win shows value of superior glove work
Familiar formulas falling short for Pads
Recovering Lopes pays a visit to Phils
Content Upton is just trying to win
Dodgers' Andruw Jones ends homer drought
Pirates must be held accountable
Reds lose arguments, game
Indians ace tries to get groove back
Rangers' pitcher makes outfield debut (huh?)
Giants call up Burriss, Davis is out
Turnaround for Astros unlikely, not impossible
Verlander still feeling good despite slow start
For Nationals, there's something in the error

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