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  1. 2012 opponents were announced , no specific dates... MIAMI DOLPHINS Home: Buffalo Bills, New England Patriots, New York Jets, Jacksonville Jaguars, Tennessee Titans, Oakland Raiders, St. Louis Rams, Seattle Seahawks. Away: Buffalo Bills, New England Patriots, New York Jets, Houston Texans, Indianapolis Colts, Cincinnati Bengals, Arizona Cardinals, San Francisco 49ers http://msn.foxsports.com/nfl/story/nfl-announces-2012-opponents-for-each-team-010212
  2. It would be great if Chris Coghlan ever decided to come out of retirement and play like he did in '09. Maybe then we could put him in LF, move LoMo to first, and send Gaby off in a package for a nice peice in the rotation. YES, I KNOW the A's don't want him... off-topic, and I'm going to have to look this up, but when's the last time a ROY dropped off the face of the earth like Coghlan has? I mean do we even figure he'll be on the big squad to start the season? It's just really odd. Hopefully he finds his way back into the mix here and putting some injuries aside will get him back on track. Probably Joe Charboneau, 1980 ROY with Cleveland. Sent to the minors the next year...released in 1983... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joe_Charboneau
  3. Looks like Sanabia gets the start in the championship game yep...the game has just started...he's wearing the black tops....
  4. http://www.sportsauthority.com/product/index.jsp?productId=12318540&cp=3077576.715323.1452352.1452758.1472458&parentPage=family Anyone know where I can get a replica of the black alternate jersey? I only saw the BP version and the Authentic black one so far.
  5. And I thought Loria's presentation was bad...
  6. yea baby...1st the Braves...now Red Sox...c'mon Rays
  7. this is good stuff...lot of heroes tonight...fans in Tampa Bay cheering...
  8. I didn't know Helling was on the 97 team :blink: Helling is from my home state(North Dakota)...he was traded during(August 12th) the '97 season for Ed Vosberg. http://www.baseball-reference.com/players/h/helliri01.shtml
  9. Good bye Joe Robbie Stadium...thanks for the memories...
  10. MLB Network: Kenny Williams says that a "deal" is in place with a team...
  11. http://msn.foxsports...-guillen-092611 Sep 26, 2011 11:31 PM ET The Chicago White Sox released manager Ozzie Guillen from his contract Monday night, clearing the way for him to assume the same job with the Florida Marlins. The White Sox said in a statement that they have retained the right to receive compensation if Guillen manages elsewhere in 2012 — a fait accompli at this point. One major-league source said Guillen is expected to sign a three-year deal with the Marlins. Guillen has managed the White Sox since 2004 and was under contract with them for next season, which is why the team is entitled to compensation. The source indicated that Chicago will receive at least one player from the Marlins in return. Guillen’s departure from Chicago became more likely in recent months, as animus continued to fester in his relationship with general manager Kenny Williams. The Marlins conducted three managerial interviews Monday in order to comply with Major League Baseball regulations on considering candidates, the source said. But Guillen has been viewed for some time as the top choice of Marlins owner Jeffrey Loria, who is seeking to generate buzz for his team before moving into a new ballpark next year. Although it rarely occurs, teams are allowed to “trade� managers for players. It happened as recently as 2002, when Seattle received outfielder Randy Winn from Tampa Bay for Lou Piniella. The trade went into the books as Winn for infielder Antonio Perez, but it was a one-sided deal that served as compensation for the Mariners granting permission to the then-Devil Rays to negotiate with Piniella. Once Guillen’s contract with the Marlins is finalized, the focus will shift to the search for his successor in Chicago. White Sox chairman Jerry Reinsdorf, who is expected to be heavily involved in choosing the new manager, is said to be an admirer of White Sox bench coach Joey Cora, White Sox player development director Buddy Bell, and St. Louis Cardinals manager Tony La Russa. Cora is a close confidante of Guillen, which could actually hurt his chances if Reinsdorf is seeking a new direction. Bell, a former big-league manager with Detroit, Colorado, and Kansas City, would seem to be a logical choice if the White Sox decide to rebuild around younger players. La Russa, who has the most wins among active managers, would be the splashiest hire. His future in St. Louis is uncertain, as there is a mutual option for 2012 written into his current contract.
  12. White Sox game just ended...Ozzie receiving a few hugs...
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