May 25, 2010
The Paper Trail of May 25
--Peter Abraham of the Boston Globe writes that Victor Martinez may have caught a break.
--Amalie Benjamin of the Boston Globe writes that with raised stakes, the Red Sox stay hot and beat the Rays.
--Dave Sheinin of the Washington Post writes that Stephen Strasburg, without his best stuff, gets through a 52-pitch start for Triple-A Syracuse of guile.
--John Keim of the Washington Examiner wonders if even more hype will be coming to the Nationals.
--Dan Connolly of the Baltimore Sun writesthat Dave Trembley is still the Orioles manager as Andy MacPhail and Peter Angelos meet.
--Tim Cowlishaw of the Dallas Morning News writes that bankruptcy looks bad, but is a step to viability for the Rangers.
--Andrew McCarron of the New York Daily News writes that Francisco Rodriguez and bullpen coach Randy Niemann got into a heated discussion in the finale of the Subway Series.
--David Waldstein of the New York Times writes that it's the Bronx Zoo in Queens with angry words and wins.
--Joe Cowley of the Chicago Sun-Times writes that J.J. Putz's name can be added to the list of White Sox on the trading block.
--Mark Gonzales of the Chicago Tribune writes that the White Sox take Jake Peavy's advance and jump on the Indians.
--Bernardo Fallas and Zachary Levine of the Houston Chronicle wonder where Roy Oswalt will end up?
--Joel Sherman of the New York Post writes that Andy Pettitte says Oswalt wants to pitch for a contender.
--Bryan Burwell of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch writes that Albert Pujols might need a nudge from Tony La Russa.
--John Fay of the Cincinnati Enquirer writes that Aaron Harang hits and runs the Reds to victory over the Pirates.