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Mariners’ Prospect Nick Franklin Eating 6,500 Calories a Day to Fatten Up

Ever since Alex Rodriguez left for Texas in 2001, the Seattle Mariners have been a little thin at shortstop. Nick Franklin is trying to change that.

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Ichiro Badly Wanted To be A Yankee

How bad did the future Hall Of famer want to trade in losing in Seattle for a chance to play in pinstripes and a shot at a ring? Judging from what Ichiro  agreed to big time!

Yankee GM Brian Cashman revealed that the Yanks had a list to present to Ichiro and he needed to agree to 3 different itams before the Yanks agreed to the deal, getting him from Seattle for 2 minor league prospects

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Ichiro Trade: Does It Put The Yankees Over The Top?

Late yesterday afternoon, the Seattle Mariners traded outfielder Ichiro Suzuki to the Yankees for a couple of minor league players. Ichiro is clearly a player who can help the Yankees become less dependant on the homerun and allow them to play more "small ball" in certain situations

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Casper Wells Homers At Yankee Stadium And Other Local MLB Notes

Casper Wells had quite a day on Sunday.

The Schenectady native served up a Mother's Day present, blasting a home run at Yankee Stadium, in his return to the Empire State, with the Seattle Mariners

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John Lannan Turning It Around And Other Local MLB Notes

Former Siena College starter John Lannan was surprised before the season began, when he was sent down to Class-AAA Syracuse.

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J.D. Martinez Out To Great Start And Other Local MLB Notes

J.D. Martinez may not be from the Capital District, but the former Tri-City ValleyCats outfielder is off to a terrific start for the Houston Astros.

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Yankees Big Trade For Pineda, Looks Like A Bad Trade – Bruce’s Thought Of The Day

It was billed as a steal for the Yankees in some corners. At least it was advantage Yanks. The bobble head press and doting fans almost to a man liked the Michael Pineda for Jesus Montero for the Yanks

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Red Bull Gives You Wings! – Photo Caption Contest

Sometimes athletes do something, and just look funny.  Case in point, this picture of this poor guy trying to avoid the tag while flailing about.  Our winner this week is Scott Cornell, who used one of our favorite pop culture references at his expense.

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Casper Wells, Other Locals Begin MLB Season

The Major League Baseball season will begin as many of us are sleeping or just waking up.

The Seattle Mariners and Oakland A's throw the first pitch of the 2012 season Wednesday morning (6:10 a.m), in Toyko, Japan

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Yankees Pick Up David Aardsma

Over the last six weeks, the New York Yankees front office has been extremely busy with trades and free agency moves. It all started with trading future DH candidate Jesus Montero and pitcher Hector Noesi to the Seattle Mariners back in mid-January for starting pitcher Michael Pineda and minor league pitcher Jose Campos. Less than 24 hours later, the Yankees announced the signing of free agent pitcher Hiroki Kuroda to a relatively cheap one-year, $10 million contract.

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Yankees Trade Jesus Montero For Seattle Pitcher Michael Pineda

In what is there biggest offseason move so far, the Yankees have traded catcher Jesus Montero to the Seattle Mariners for young pitcher Michael Pineda.

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Yankees Lose to Mariners in Extras

It took 12 innings, but the Mariners pulled out a win over the Yankees, 2-1.

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