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2006 Caribbean Series: Day Six

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By José Orozco February 8, 2006 2006 Caribbean Series • Day Five Results • Day Four Results • Day Three Results • Day Two Results • Day One Results Venezuela […]

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The 31st Team

Jim Callis -Premium Content

When we're compiling the 900 scouting reports for the Prospect Handbook, there always are a few that wind up on the cutting-room floor. Here are 37 players who were slated to be in the Handbook at one point but wound up not making the final cut.

Minors | #2005#Column

Pearl Lands A Gem

J.J. Cooper -Premium Content

After five years of trying, Tim Bennett was down to his last chance, a final all-in bet to keep his dream alive. He and a group of local officials were pulling their second straight all-nighter, trying to work out the final details on an agreement to bring the Braves' Southern League team to Pearl, Miss.

Minors | #2005#Season Preview

2006 Caribbean Series: Day Five

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By José OrozcoFebruary 7, 2006 Dominican Republic and Venezuela both win, forcing decisive game s VALENCIA, Venezuela–The first three games of this series featured a lot of offense, but Monday […]

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2006 Caribbean Series: Day Four

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By José OrozcoFebruary 5, 2006 Dominicans stay on Venezuela’s heels with win over Puerto Rico MARACAY, Venezuela–After losing an 11-9 thriller against Venezuela the night before, the Dominican Republic bounced […]

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2006 Caribbean Series: Day Three

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By José OrozcoFebruary 5, 2006 Venezuela rocks the house to take Series lead MARACAY, Venezuela–In the battle of series favorites, Venezuela came back from a 7-2 deficit to beat the […]

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Blue Jays Embrace Role As Canada’s Team

Larry Millson -Premium Content

In December, the Montreal Expos, after years of speculation, left behind an uninterested Quebec to become the Washington Nationals. Then the National Hockey League, Canada's pastime, became the first North American league to lose an entire season to a work stoppage. But as spring arrives, the Blue Jays believe they are well equipped to provide a ray of hope to Canadian sports fans.

Majors | #2005#Season Preview

Selig Outlasts Critics

Tom Haudricourt -Premium Content

Ten years ago, Bud Selig was commissioner of a sport that was shut down in a labor dispute so bitter that management took the desperate measure of bringing replacement players to spring training. Ten years later, Major League Baseball is in what Selig calls a Golden Era.

Majors | #2005#Season Preview