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Red Sox parade: Boston celebrates World Series championship

  • The Boston Red Sox took to the streets on Saturday to celebrate their World Series championship with the city of Boston. Boston's famous duck boats were used as parade vehicles on Saturday, and were decked out in proper 2013 Boston Red Sox fashion. MORE: World Series photos | World Series parade photos | Rolling rally to Charles River#redsoxparade What you'll see today @NECN pic.twitter.com/QI1W3d9hNo— Steve Aveson (@SteveNECN) November 2, 2013The parade made it's way from Fenway Park to the Charles River. The best moment of the parade occurred when the team made a visit to the Boston Marathon finish line near Boylston street, the the sight of the horrific Boston Marathon bombings that took the lives of three people on April 15, 2013. Outfielder Johnny Gomes and catcher Jarrod Saltalamacchia placed the World Series trophy on the finish line and draped it in a "617 Boston Strong" Red Sox jersey.Trophy covered by a 617 Boston Strong jersey at the Boston Marathon Finish Line. #RedSoxParade pic.twitter.com/Smr7Orjiat— WBZ Boston News (@cbsboston) November 2, 2013#redsoxparade stops at #BostonMarathon finish line. God Bless America played. http://t.co/GghVfzILyQ pic.twitter.com/r8pc0J6gXr— WCVB-TV Boston (@WCVB) November 2, 2013Of course the Red Sox championship parade could not be complete without Officer Steve Horgan, who became an overnight celebrity following his reaction to David Ortiz's grand slam in Game 2 of the ALCS. Everybody's favorite "Bullpen Cop" got to r[......]

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    free agency: Korean righty Suk-Min Yoon drawing interest

  • Suk-Min Yoon. For those in the know, this South Korean righthander is a wanted man in baseball.How wanted? Reports indicate six teams are interested in signing Yoon, a 27-year-old free agent. Just where he might夜网论坛 land is as big an issue as what he might do for an club. He was a starter, winning MVP honors in the Korean league in 2011, before a shoulder problem limited him to relief work in 2013. Teams will want to make sure he's healthy, which is why he might come at a relatively low price. Yoon is in the States working out to showcase himself. Teams saw him earlier in the World Baseball Classic.Who's interested? The Minnesota Twins are mentioned as possibilities for a flock of pitchers and are known to be looking for two starters for next season. Figuring Ricky Nolasco, signed this week, is one of them, their search includes free agents from Bronson Arroyo to a return by Johan Santana. There's also a report afloat the Twins have turned this attention to Phil Hughes, formerly with the New York Yankees.Like Nolasco, Yoon would be a mid-pack starter at best. Teams might envision the next coming of Hyun-jin Ryu, who was strong for the Los Angeles Dodgers in 2012.Yoon is represented by agent Scott Boras, which might explain why the Twins haven't closed a deal on a pitcher they've been weighing for some time.The Chicago Cubs also are watching Yoon, and at least four other teams reportedly are interested.[......]

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    Free agents 2014: Texas Rangers keeping distance from big-ticket SPs

  • The Texas Rangers say they're not looking to play in the starting pitcher pool this offseason. At the moment, that means no Matt Garza or Masahiro Tanaka in Arlington.“We’re not right now looking to give out a big multiyear deal for a starter,” Texas general manager Jon Daniels said at the GMs' meetings in Orlando on Tuesday (per the Fort Worth Star-Telegram's Jeff Wilson). “That’s not what our need is. We’ve got guys we really like that are signed. I’m more focused on the position player side of the club.” PHOTOS: SN ranks the top 25 free agentsDaniels' stance appears to be reasonable; the Rangers have rotation depth with Yu Darvish, Derek Holl夜网论坛and, Alexi Ogando, Martin Perez, Nick Tepesch and, if healthy, Matt Harrison, who's recovering from surgery.[......]

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    World Series 2013: List of all-time MVPs

  • Here is the list of all-time World Series Most Valuable Players. The award was first given in 1955:MORE: Must-see World 夜网论坛Series photos 2013: David Ortiz (Boston Red Sox)2012 - Pablo Sandoval (San Francisco Giants) 2011- David Freese (St. Louis Cardinals)2010 - Edgar Renteria (San Francisco Giants)2009 - Hideki Matsui (New York Yankees)2008 - Cole Hamels (Philadelphia Phillies)2007 - Mike Lowell (Boston Red Sox)2006 - David Eckstein (St. Louis Cardinals)2005 - Jermaine Dye (Chicago White Sox)2004 - Manny Ramirez (Boston Red Sox)2003 - Josh Beckett (Florida Marlins)2002 - Troy Glaus (Anaheim Angels)2001 - Randy Johnson and Curt Schilling (Arizona Diamondbacks)2000 - Derek Jeter (New York Yankees)1999 - Mariano Rivera (New York Yankees)1998 - Scott Brosius (New York Yankees)1997 - Livan Hernandez (Florida Marlins)1996 - John Wetteland (New York Yankees)1995 - Tom Glavine (Atlanta Braves)1994 - Not Held1993 - Paul Molitor (Toronto Blue Jays)1992 - Pat Borders (Toronto Blue Jays)1991 - Jack Morris (Minnesota Twins)1990 - Jose Rijo (Cincinnati Reds)1989 - Dave Stewart (Oakland Athletics)1988 - Orel Hershiser (Los Angeles Dodgers)1987 - Frank Viola (Minnesota Twins)1986 - Ray Knight (New York Mets)1985 - Bret Saberhagen (Kansas City Royals)1984 - Alan Trammell (Detroit Tigers)1983 - Rick Dempsey (Baltimore Orioles)1982 - Darrell Porter (St. Louis Cardinals)1981 - Ron Cey, Pedro Guerrero, Steve Yeager (Los Angeles Dodgers)1980 - Mike Schmidt (Philadelphia Phillies)1979 - W[......]

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    World Series 2013: David Ortiz wins MVP

  • BOSTON — Most Valuable Papi.David Ortiz walked off as the World Series MVP on Wednesday night, capping a dominant week in which he spurred the Boston Red Sox over St. Louis with a mix of power, patience and a most timely pep talk. MORE: Recap | Box score | Photos: Top Series images | Fans celebrateOrtiz hoisted reliever Koji Uehara over his shoulder after the final out of a 6-1 win, then Big Papi raised the gleaming gold trophy in his crowning achievement. "I know I'm one of the forces for this ballgame and I like to take things personal," he said. "And that's been my whole career, a challenge.""I wasn't trying to be the guy, but I know I got to get something done to keep the line moving," he said. "I don't even have to do anything today, I guess, the rest of the team took over."Now a three-time champion, Ortiz is the last link to the Red Sox team that swept the Cardinals in 2004 and ended an 86-year title drought.After a while, the Cardinals simply gave up trying to stop him. Ortiz walked four times — three of them intentional — in the 6-1 win Wednesday night in Game 6 that clinched the championship.When Ortiz came to the plate for the last time, in the eighth inning with the outcome safely in hand, Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina stood up and spoke to him in the batter's box. Molina softly patted Ortiz twice on the side, too.Well done, pal.Ortiz watched four more wide ones and trotted to first base, having piled up totals that not even slow-pitch softball player[......]

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    trade rumors: David Freese to Angels?

  • Add the Los Angeles Angels to the list of teams interested in St. Louis Cardinals 3B David Freese. Sources: #STLCards, #Angels have discussed a trade that would send 3B David Freese to Anaheim.— Ken Rosenthal (@Ken_Rosenthal) November 21, 2013 " target="_blank">Ken Rosenthal of FOXSports.com reports the teams have discussed a trade. The Cardinals would be looking for outfield depth in return for the 2011 World Series MVP. Previous reports have indicated the Angels are willing to deal slick-fielding center fielder Peter Bourjos .Hot Stove League linksSN ranks the 25 best free agentsBest: P | OF | IF | CSporting News All-Stars: NL | ALMost beloved playersSt. Louis is searching for a shortstop, but the Freese discussions do not involve Angels SS Erick Aybar, according to Rosenthal.Freese, after a big postseason in 2011 and an All-Star season in 2012, struggled in 2013, hitting .262/.340/.381 with nine homers in 138 games. He was worse in the postseason, hitting below .200 in 17 games.The Cards are willing to move the 30-year-old because they can move Matt Carpenter to third and plug elite prospect Kolten Wong in at second base.The Angels are in need of an upgrade at third base. Journeyman Alberto Collaspo manned the hot corners until h夜网论坛e was traded to the A's in July.[......]

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    Lance Berkman retired: Slugger was with Astros' Killer B's, Cardinals 2011 champs

  • Lance Berkman salvaged his career and finally won a World Series with the St. Louis Cardinals in 2011. Two years later at age 37, his playing days are over.Limited by injuries the past two seasons, in particular persistent knee pain, the Big Puma has decided to retire. "I'm excited about the next chapter in my life. I'm looking forward to spending more time with my family, and at some point, I'll definitely coach somewhere," Berkman said in a statement. "The emotions are overwhelming. I can't even begin to describe. It's one of those things you've thought about for so long, and then when it happens, it hits you harder than you ever imagined."Berkman will be best remembered for his time with the Houston Astros, who were a contender in the National League during his decade-plus with them. They are neither now. "Physically, I've gotten to the point where I don't think I can compete a夜网论坛t a level I'm used to competing at," Berkman told Houston TV station Fox 26. "I'm excited about it. to be honest. I think it's going to be great."As one of the Killer Bs along with Craig Biggio and Jeff Bagwell, Berkman holds Astros career records for on-base percentage (.410) and slugging percentage (.549). He also has the most homers by an Astro at Minute Maid Park with 151, the Houston Chronicle noted. He played 12 seasons for the Astros.As his career wound down, Berkman was traded to the New York Yankees during the 2010 season, but he did nothing there.The Cardinals helped Berkman ful[......]

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    Mariners sign Corey Hart, trade for Logan Morrison

  • 夜网论坛 The Seattle Mariners, who made the biggest splash of the offseason by signing free-agent 2B Robinson Cano, continue to overhaul their roster.On Wednesday, the M's signed free agent OF/1B Corey Hart and traded for OF/1B Logan Morrison. Seattle sent RHP Carter Capps to the Miami Marlins in exchange for Morrison. Hart had an .857 OPS with 87 home runs for the Milwaukee Brewers from 2010-12 but sat out all of 2013 following knee surgery. The two-time All-Star signed a one-year deal with Seattle, spurning Milwaukee's efforts to bring him back.Look the the 31-year-old first baseman to bat cleanup behind Cano. The 25-year-old Morrison struggled through injury-filled seasons in 2012 and 2013. Last season, he .242/.333/.375 with six homers in 85 games.[......]

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    Instant replay in gets initial OK, funding; Jan. 16 next key date

  • ORLANDO, Fla. — Another baseball tradition is about to largely disappear: a manager, with a crazed look in his eyes, charging the field and getting into a face-to-face shouting match with an umpire.Instead, most calls on the field next season will be subject to video review by umpires in New York, Major League Baseball took the first vote in a two-step process Thursday, unanimously approving funding for expanded instant replay in 2014. They plan to approve the new rules when they meet Jan. 16 in Paradise Valley, Ariz., after agreements with the unions for umpires and players."We made a gigantic move today," commissioner Bud Selig said. "This is quite historic." Selig long opposed replay and watched from afar as it was first used by the NFL in 1986, the NHL in 1991, the NBA in 2002 and Wimbledon in 2006. Even the Little League World Series put replay in place for 2008.How instant replay will work in 2014—Each manager will have a maximum two challenges per game.—If a challenge is upheld, it won't count against a manager's limit.—If a manager wants to challenge a call, he notifies an umpire before the next pitch.—A manager cannot call for a challenge after he argues a play.—Video will be reviewed in New York, likely by current or former umpires.—If a manager is out of challenges, an umpire probably will be allowed to call for a review if he wants to.—Ball/strike calls, checked swings and some foul tip calls may not be reviewed. allowed it starting August 2008 but in[......]

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    rumors: After turning down Yankees, Shin-Soo Choo's best move is to wait

  • Wednesday has been a busy day, with Joaquin Benoit going to the Padres, Raul Ibanez joining the Angels, and the Indians trading Drew Stubbs to the Rockies for Josh Outman.With news of what has happened also comes news of what may happen, so here is a look at some fresh hot stove talk, and what it all means... — SN selects Public Enemy No. 1 for every teamSHIN-SOO CHOO: Unless someone gets desperate and overpays massively for Nelson Cruz, the last free agent position player on the market who should comma夜网论坛nd a nine-figure contract is Shin-Soo Choo. According to Jeff Passan of Yahoo Sports, the outfielder turned down a seven-year, $140 million offer from the New York Yankees, who then moved on to Carlos Beltran for three years and $45 million. Had the Yankees signed Choo, they would have had no chance to reach their goal of a $189 million, luxury tax-avoiding payroll. It's going to be a challenge to make that happen anyway, but at least going for Beltran instead of Choo, and signing second baseman Brian Roberts and left-handed reliever Matt Thornton to inexpensive deals keeps the possibility alive.Choo is left with one fewer big-money suitor, but he still should be able to cash in just fine — eventually.As Passan writes, having Choo, Dexter Fowler, and high-ceiling prospect George Springer in the same outfield would be brilliant for the Houston Astros' plans to climb out of the doldrums. It also would require Choo to voluntarily sacrifice a season of his prime to a r[......]

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