The Baseball Writers’ Association of America or mental ward? You decide, plus the Yankees sign two key future Week in Quotes contributors.
To fully understand the enigma that is Ozzie Guillen, you’ll have to go through the archives. The year 2006 from the mouths of those who lived through it.
Kenny Williams loves it when a plan comes together, Bud Selig is immortalized as the Street and Smith’s Executive of the Year, and the Giles brothers are back together.
Dice-K finally becomes a Red Sock, Vernon Wells signs on the dotted line, Logan White accepts kudos, and Johnny Damon may yet be suffering from post-concussion syndrome.
With all those zeros flying around, some had to come from Kansas City. Meanwhile, the Dodgers and Red Sox bicker over tampering, and the Cubs spend for the little guy.
Thank the Winter Meetings for encouraging all of Major League Baseball to forget the age-old maxim, “loose lips sink ships.”
Major League Baseball struggles valiantly to crown the best of the best from the past and present, free agents have never been happier than they are now, and the Pirates are anything but major players in free agency. What else is new?
With cooking metaphors exploding on the back page of every sports section across America, the simmering hot stove provides its share of quotables.
The hot stove burns both player and executive alike in this edition of The Week in Quotes.
The Matsuzaka posting in all its indentured glory, plus the Gold Gloves and a new man in the Rangers dugout.
David Eckstein gets the clutch tag for the rest of his natural life, Gary Sheffield’s not a happy little baseball player, plus the ins and outs of a new collective bargaining agreement.
Some World Series hijinks from Detroit, plus Ken Macha’s departure from Oakland and the beginning of the Piniella era in Wrigleyville.
A tragedy in New York dominated the week, although people still found time to talk about the playoffs.
Everybody’s chatty in the Big Apple, Eric Chavez isn’t quite sure what he’s saying or how he feels, and much more.
Managers–some already out the door–have the mike this week.