May 26, 2010
The Paper Trail of May 26
--Bernardo Fallas of the Houston Chronicle writes that Roy Oswalt is content in not speaking to Drayton McLane.
--Bill Shaikin of the Los Angeles Times writes that Andre Ethier could rejoin the Dodgers' lineup sooner than expected.
--John Harper of the New York Daily News writes that teammates would tell Francisco Rodriguez to save it.
--Dan Martin of the New York Post writes that R.A. Dickey's knuckler buckles the Phillies in a Mets' shutout.
--Adam Kilgore of the Washington Post writes that there is no date planned for Stephen Strasburg's debut.
--Joe Cowley of the Chicago Sun-Times writes that retirement is apparently on the horizon for Omar Vizquel.
--Dave Krieger of the Denver Post writes that the Rockies have issues but are in a decent position.
--Harvey Fialkov of the Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel writes that Mike Stanton is not with the Marlins—yet and Sanchez, Sanches and Company help the Marlins top the Braves.
--Gordon Wittenmyer of the Chicago Sun-Times writes that top prospect Andrew Cashner may get promoted to the major leagues and join the Cubs' bullpen.
--Joe Sheehan of the Wall Street Journal writes that Carlos Marmol's strikeout rate could make history.
--Phil Rosenthal of the Chicago Tribune writes that the Cubs give up WGN-AM slots for the Blackhawks' Stanley Cup finals series.
--Paul Sullivan of the Chicago Tribune writesthat the Cubs blank the Dodgers behind Ryan Dempster and Marmol.
--Sam Mellinger of the Kansas City Star writes that Royals catcher Jason Kendall comes to play and play and play.
--Paul Hagen of the Philadelphia Daily News writes that Jamie Moyer could still be nifty at 50.
--Dejan Kovacevic of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette writes that the Pirates beat the Reds on Ryan Doumit's late homer.
--Larry Stone of the Seattle Times writes that Milton Bradley's bat lifts the Mariners over the Tigersand that a happy Bradley bodes well for the Mariners.
--Jeff Zrebiec of the Baltimore Sun writes that flies, not flash, help Jeremy Guthrie and the Orioles beat the Athletics.
--Paul Hoynes of the Cleveland Plain Dealer writes that with Mitch Talbot in charge, the Indians breeze past the White Sox.
--Amalie Benjamin of the Boston Globe writes that the Red Sox are one-hit wondrous in their win over the Rays.
--Anthony Andro of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram writes that Vladimir Guerrero's two home runs are double impressive in the Rangers' win over the Royals.
--Dan Woike of the Orange County Register writes that Ervin Santana looks like his old, dominant self in the Angels' win over the Blue Jays.
--Tom Haudricourt of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel writes that Randy Wolf goes seven innings as the Brewers' home skid ends with a win over the Astros.
--Henry Schulman of the San Francisco Chronicle writes that Edgar Renteria's injury clouds the Giants' win over the Nationals.