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  1. Already missing Pedro Martinez, the New York Mets suddenly might have to replace pitcher Orlando Hernandez in Game 1 of the playoffs because of a calf injury, too. More...
  2. An investment group that includes Christian Laettner and former Duke teammate Brian Davis has reached an agreement to buy 70 percent of the Memphis Grizzlies. More...
  3. The Ducks will have the league's best blue-line tandem with Chris Pronger and Scott Niedermayer, but will that be enough to slow down the potent offense up the California coast in San Jose? Wes Goldstein believes it might be, but Pronger says we should wait for the games. More...
  4. Nick Saban was three minutes into a monologue on the sorry state of the Miami Dolphins when his voice began to rise, as if he were rehearsing for a speech to his team. More...
  5. Our Jamey Eisenberg recently caught up with Tiki Barber of the New York Giants to discuss the state iof his team and the possibility of retiring in the near future. More...
  6. The Chicago Cubs announced Monday that manager Dusty Baker's contract will not be renewed. More...
  7. Would playing the matchups leave you to starting a journeyman backup quarterback on your most important Fantasy team? Dave Richard did it, and won. Now he tells the tale in this week's Fantasy & Reality. More...
  8. An emotional Andy MacPhail resigned Sunday as president and CEO of the Chicago Cubs after the team without a World Series title since 1908 finished a season with the worst record in the National League. More...
  9. Our Jamey Eisenberg recaps the week that was in Week 4 of the NFL season, including some offensive outbursts in Washington, St. Louis and Kansas City. More...
  10. Edmonton surprised many with its run to the Stanley Cup Finals, but some big guns have decided to take their skills elsewhere. But guess what? The Oilers believe their current roster is much stronger, and that could be bad news for the rest of the Northwest Division, Wes Goldstein says. More...
  11. The Detroit Tigers wasted a big chance to win the AL Central on Sunday, blowing a six-run lead and then watching All-Star starter Kenny Rogers lose in relief 10-8 to the Kansas City Royals in 12 innings. More...
  12. The Washington Nationals did honor manager Frank Robinson before their game, but didn't do much to make his last game pleasant, as they fall to the New York Mets 6-2 on Sunday. More...
  13. The Washington Nationals announced Frank Robinson won't be their manager in 2007. The New York Mets said Pedro Martinez will miss the start of next season after shoulder surgery. More...
  14. Eight days into his career as a major league first baseman, Gary Sheffield earned the job for the New York Yankees in the playoffs. Then he homered for the second straight day. More...
  15. Yes, the Nashville Predators have improved significantly in the Central Division, but don't overlook the Red Wings. Detroit continues to be tough and will contend once again despite big-name subtractions, Wes Goldstein says. More...
  16. Cubs manager Dusty Baker will find out Monday morning whether the organization wants him back, Chicago general manager Jim Hendry said Saturday. More...
  17. Emil Brown and Paul Phillips led off the 11th inning with homers and Jeff Keppinger followed with a two-run shot to lift the Kansas City Royals to a 9-7 victory over Detroit, just their second win in 16 games with the Tigers. More...
  18. So much for the 'Southleast.' The past two champs were from below the Mason-Dixon line, including last year's Cup hoister Carolina. Wes Goldstein says the 'Canes are the target, but don't sleep on the Southeast. More...
  19. If rookie John Maine was auditioning for a spot in the Mets' postseason rotation, he fared fairly well Friday night, pitching six solid innings in New York's 4-3 victory over the Washington Nationals. More...
  20. Yankees lefty Randy Johnson has a herniated disc in his lower back, an injury that could prevent him from pitching in the playoffs next week. More...
  21. Josh Fogg pitched seven strong innings and the Colorado Rockies scored three runs in the sixth without a hit Friday to beat the Chicago Cubs 5-2 and deny Carlos Zambrano's bid for an NL-leading 17th win. Colorado used an error, hit batsman, broken-bat infield out and three walks to break a 1-1 tie in the sixth. More...
  22. CBS SportsLine.com Fantasy Analyst Dave Richard breaks down all of Week 4's action, including the Seahawks at Bears, Patriots at Bengals, Jaguars at Redskins and Chargers at Ravens. More...
  23. Bonzi Wells failed to parlay his impressive playoff showing into an impressive payday. But by accepting a short-term deal from the Rockets, he has a chance to audition all season long -- and make Houston a contender, Tony Mejia says. More...
  24. The Sabres were a surprise last season (conference finals) and the Senators weren't (another early playoff exit). In his Northeast Division preview, Wes Goldstein says Buffalo will again challenge Ottawa,which remains a title threat but with a narrowing window of opportunity. More...
  25. Our Sergio Gonzalez answers some of the best Fantasy Football e-mails in our weekly mailbag. More...
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