May 14, 2010
The Paper Trail of May 14
--The Los Angeles Times' Bill Plaschke writes that a blind teenager gets to live his dream at last.
--The Kansas City Star's Sam Mellinger writes that Dayton Moore's firing of a friend inTrey Hillman could be a positive sign for the Royals.
--The Philadelphia Daily News' Paul Hagen writes that stealing signs is as old as baseball itself.
--The Dallas Morning News' John-Jacques Taylor writes that a weak schedule ahead is something the Rangers must take advantage of.
--The Cincinnati Enquirer's Paul Daugherty writes that the grand career of Ken Griffey Jr. overshadows low points.