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September 7, 2012 5:00 am

Weekly Planner: Week 24

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Paul Sporer

With the season winding down, Paul helps you squeeze the most value out of your pitching as possible with another slate of two-start pitchers.

With expanded rosters, rotations are far from stable, and I don’t expect them to be the rest of the way, so please keep that caveat in mind more than ever.

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Was Jose Valverde cheating when he faced the Reds this weekend? If he was, his excuse ranks up there with the best of them.

Baseball history is full of cheaters who excelled at their craft.  I'm not talking about PED users, for the most part.  I'm talking about guys who scuffed baseballs, stole signs, corked bats, and threw games.  And the vast majority of these men were never caught, though some, like Whitey Ford and Gaylord Perry, were happy to brag about getting away with it for decades.

But thankfully, baseball is also full of cheaters who were absolutely terrible at cheating, get caught easily, and then make terrible excuses none of us believe.  It is into this latter camp, gratefully, that Jose Valverde might fall.  Valverde, as most of the baseball-loving world knows by now, appeared to spit into his glove during the ninth inning against the Reds.  The video was posted online, and later tweeted about by Dallas Latos, the wife of Reds pitcher Mat Latos.

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September 24, 2010 4:02 pm

Fantasy Beat: Weekly Planner #26

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Craig Brown

The final edition of 2010 is hot off the press.

And then we came to the end…

This is the final installment of the weekly planner for the 2010 season.  Hopefully, you found these entries informative, entertaining and useful.  

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August 27, 2010 8:00 am

On the Beat: Building Something Special

16

John Perrotto

The Athletics' young rotation is showing flashes of greatness along with other news and notes from around the major leagues.

Considering the Athletics were among the very first major-league teams to embrace sabermetrics, it is only fitting that manager Bob Geren believes he has found the formula for success. While Geren's formula is not mathematical in nature, the numbers of the byproduct are quite impressive.

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August 2, 2010 8:00 am

On the Beat: An ex-reliever's toughest save

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John Perrotto

Interim GM Jerry Dipoto tries to retool the Diamondbacks, along with other news and notes from around the major leagues.

Jerry Dipoto knows all about stepping into sticky situations. He spent eight seasons as a relief pitcher in the major leagues from 1993-2000, appearing in 390 games for the Indians, Mets, and Rockies.

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Joe Girardi is happy with his Yankees but thinks they are capable of more, along with other news and notes from the major leagues.

Joe Girardi isn't a taskmaster. The Yankees' manager might occasionally get thrown out of a game, but he's not much of a screamer or yeller and rarely draws attention to himself. Billy Martin he is not.

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August 17, 2009 4:44 pm

Transaction Analysis: California Scheming

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Christina Kahrl

The five teams in the Bear Flag Republic have their own roster moves to be tallied up.

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Activated CF-R Torii Hunter from the 15-day DL; optioned OF-S Reggie Willits to Salt Lake (Triple-A). [8/16]

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