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Halladay stays, Peavy dealt

Jake Peavy said yes to the Chicago White Sox, and Victor Martinez will take aim at the Green Monster. Roy Halladay, however, stayed put in Toronto.


M’s deal, deliver

For Jack Wilson, the day started with him innocently headed to AT&T Park in San Francisco for what he thought was another game with the Pittsburgh Pirates, his team since …


Phillies acquire Lee

PHOENIX – The Philadelphia Phillies, not satisfied with last year’s World Series title, put themselves in position to be the first National League team in 33 years to repeat Wednesday, …


Griffey’s hit tops Halladay

SEATTLE – With the Mariners-Pirates trade dominating the talk in the clubhouse, Ryan Rowland-Smith retreated to the video room Wednesday morning to focus on the most important part of his …


Baseball notebook: Kotsay dealt in Sox swap

In a swap of outfielders, the Boston Red Sox traded Mark Kotsay and cash to the Chicago White Sox for Brian Anderson on Tuesday. Boston is second in the A.L. …


M’s begin Washburn watch

SEATTLE – In their 100th game, the Seattle Mariners said hello again to winning one-run baseball Tuesday night. There were continuing indications that they were about to say good-bye to …


Baseball notebook: Mets fire executive

The New York Mets have fired team executive Tony Bernazard following his recent outburst in the minor leagues. A person familiar with the situation told the Associated Press on Monday …


M’s suffer another rout

SEATTLE – When even Felix Hernandez, the Mariners’ designated savior, can’t bail them out of a tailspin, the team is truly in trouble. On Monday night at Safeco, Felix Hernandez …


Baseball notebook: Blue Jays set deal deadline

Blue Jays general manager J.P. Ricciardi still hasn’t received an appropriate trade offer for Roy Halladay, and has set a July 28 deadline to complete a deal for the 2003 …


Seattle loses more than game

DETROIT – The sickening sound of Franklin Gutierrez crashing into the outfield wall in the second inning reverberated around Comerica Park. “The guys said they could hear it in the …


Baseball notebook: Hillman has GM’s support

General manager Dayton Moore has given Kansas City Royals manager Trey Hillman a vote of confidence, saying he will return next season. The Royals (37-54) are 17 games below .500 …


Baseball notebook: Part-owner of Giants dies

Sue Burns, a part owner of the San Francisco Giants and devoted philanthropist, has died. She was 58. Burns died early Sunday of complications from cancer, the team said. She …


Ichiro helps M’s grab 3 of 4 from Cleveland

CLEVELAND – Don Wakamatsu couldn’t watch. David Aardsma, who threw it, had a sickening first thought that it was going out of the ballpark. Tie score.


Baseball notebook: L.A. back to Mannywood

Mannywood’s star attraction was back in residence Thursday night, with slugger Manny Ramirez playing at Dodger Stadium for the first time since his 50-game suspension for violating baseball’s drug rules …


Sloppy Seattle loses to start second half

CLEVELAND – The Seattle Mariners had ended the first half of their season on a roll, brimming with confidence. They started the second half Thursday on a downer, brimming with …


M’s exude confidence heading into second half

SEATTLE – The analysts look at the Seattle Mariners and see a team that overachieved on its way to a 46-42 record. The run differential – 348 scored vs. 366 …


A.L. All-Stars keep N.L. winless for 13th consecutive game

ST. LOUIS – World Series champions change. Stadiums change. Stars of the game change. Baseball’s All-Star game winner is always the same.


Selig: Banned should be just that

Baseball commissioner Bud Selig wants to keep players on drug suspensions from going to the minor leagues before they return. Manny Ramirez drew sellout crowds last month in the minors …


Stan still the Man

ST. LOUIS — If he’d played in Boston, he would’ve been Ted Williams. In New York, maybe Joe DiMaggio. In Brooklyn, who knows what song they might’ve written about him? …


N.L. looks for turnaround

ST. LOUIS — A lot has changed since baseball’s All-Stars last pulled into the Gateway City. Willie Mays, Roberto Clemente, Hank Aaron and Willie McCovey topped the 1966 N.L. batting …


Prince crowned home run king

ST. LOUIS — Prince Fielder beat the hometown boppers on their own turf. With Albert Pujols and Ryan Howard eliminated early, Fielder won baseball’s Home Run Derby on Monday night …


Baseball notebook: Home-field link irks fans

Every time Tony La Russa walks onto a field, it’s serious. So the St. Louis Cardinals manager wants to see a competitive All-Star game. Whether the winner should be rewarded …


M’s hit stride at All-Star break

SEATTLE – Nobody with the Seattle Mariners wants to think about the 2008 season, much less re-live it. But as a matter of perspective, it’s important to look back a …


Three All-Stars added

ST. LOUIS – Trevor Hoffman was supposed to take his sons fishing. Instead, they’re all headed back to the All-Star game. The career saves leader was a late addition to …


Players grateful for break

After the 88th game, the Mariners will rest. A week ago, the Mariners reached the halfway point of the season in Boston. Sunday, they arrived at a more important juncture: …


Blanchette: Whatever M’s are doing, it’s working

SEATTLE – OK, spend. Buy. Do it now. Go get some right-handed power or a No. 4 starter. Mortgage the farm system. Rent a veteran free-agent-to-be. Grab a fistful of …


Baseball notebook: Phillies scout Martinez

Pedro Martinez said his agent is negotiating with the Philadelphia Phillies, trying to get the pitcher back into the major leagues. Martinez said the Phillies have been scouting him in …


Franklin mints victory for Felix, M’s

SEATTLE – On another night of intrigue with the Seattle Mariners, reports about shortstop Yuniesky Betancourt were generating more hits than the M’s themselves against the Texas Rangers. Then Franklin …


Baseball notebook: Morneau dodges derby

There will be a new champion crowned at the home run derby this year. Minnesota Twins slugger Justin Morneau said he has declined an invitation to participate in the popular …


No relief for M’s: Bullpen folds again

SEATTLE – The Seattle Mariners foiled the Baltimore Orioles once with the bases loaded and nobody out. They couldn’t foil them twice. Three innings after escaping the ultimate jam, the …