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Daily Collateral Damage Reports - Injuries and what effect they will have.

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May 10, 2012 3:00 am

Collateral Damage Daily: Thursday, May 10

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Corey Dawkins

The disabled list claims Juan Rivera, Joe Wieland, and Jonathan Sanchez.

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Mariano Rivera may yet make it back for another season, but these major leaguers saw their careers KO'd by injuries.

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May 9, 2012 3:00 am

Collateral Damage Daily: Wednesday, May 9

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Corey Dawkins

The Nationals just lost Jayson Werth, but they do get Ryan Zimmerman back.

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September 18, 2009 1:21 pm

You Could Look It Up: Mauer's Tower of Accomplishment

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Steven Goldman

Which statistical pinnacle will the Twins' backstop erect next?

Over the last month or so, the focus on Joe Mauer seems to have drifted a bit off topic. Instead of appreciating the season he's having, which as we'll see in a moment is in some small sense historic, the focus has shifted to whether or not he's worthy of the AL Most Valuable Player Award, which is entirely beside the point, as the award won't alter the significance of his season in any way. Great works of art are great works, whether you pin a ribbon on them or not.

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July 7, 2004 12:00 am

You Could Look It Up: Free Association

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Steven Goldman

On Thursday night, the Yankees and Red Sox played an epochal extra-inning game, possibly the most compelling contest of the season to date. This was the game in which Derek Jeter flew like a deranged Superman into the third row of seats in short left field. A consequence of If Jeter Had Wings was that Jeter had to leave the game and the Yankees were out of infielders. Alex Rodriguez slid over to shortstop and Gary Sheffield, who had last played third base in 1993, was called upon to take A-Rod's place at the hot corner. Sheffield's first chance came on a Kevin Millar grounder. The outfielder looped the throw over first base for an error; it was clear that he had forgotten both the range and the mechanics of playing the position. The Red Sox, already up by a run, had Dave McCarty and Cesar Crespo due to bat. An obvious strategic question presented itself: could the Red Sox run up the score by bunting the ball at Sheffield?

Sheffield's first chance came on a Kevin Millar grounder. The outfielder looped the throw over first base for an error; it was clear that he had forgotten both the range and the mechanics of playing the position. The Red Sox, already up by a run, had Dave McCarty and Cesar Crespo due to bat. An obvious strategic question presented itself: could the Red Sox run up the score by bunting the ball at Sheffield?

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