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The Great Rabbino:
Lots of Jewish ball players in the news recently including retired, current, and future players.
ESPN noted that Ryan Dempster (not Jewish) who is being shopped around the league, recently tied a Cubs record for scoreless innings. The record set in 1969 by Ken Holtzman. The White Sox are one of the suitors for Dempters. Read more HERE
Kevin Youkilis who had another game winner Friday night for the White Sox, has sent a letter to Red Sox Nation in anticipation for his arrival. Check it out HERE
Sam Fuld continues to make progress back from his injury. Fuld has not played a game this season. He has been moved up to AAA. Read more on Super Sam HERE
The Mets are interested in Red Sox cather Kelly Shoppach, which might be a perfect fit for both teams. The Red Sox have Ryan Lavarnway waiting in the wings. Lavarnway is batting .306 in AAA. To read more click HERE
And Let Us Say...Amen.
- Jeremy Fine
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Ryan Dempster's talents extend beyond the the baseball field as he showed host Tim Kurkjian on ESPN's "Baseball Tonight."
Dempster— riding an incredible 33-inning consecutive scoreless streak— did a pretty good impression of Fat Bastard from the Austin Powers movies during an interview and the Chicago Cubs starter had Kurkjian giggling like a school girl while...
Chicago Cubs right-hander Ryan Dempster did not allow a run in six innings of a 4-1 win over the Arizona Diamondbacks Saturday, extending his consecutive scoreless streak to 33. Dempster's streak matched Ken Holtzman in 1969 for the team record. Dempster has not surrendered a run since May 30, a span of five starts. It was also his fifth straight win. The Cubs are 11-4 in their...
The Cleveland Indians have been the subject of several trade rumors already this July, mostly circulating around a bat. But a new name has now emerged among the possible targets, and it just happens to be one of the hottest pitchers in baseball. Bruce Levine of ESPN Chicago has the details:
After pitching six shutout innings Saturday in a 4-1 victory over the Arizona Diamondbacks...
It was showcase central all weekend at Wrigley Field. On Saturday, Chicago Cubs right-handed pitcher Ryan Dempster showed off his wares for the scouts in attendance by picking up the win in a 4-1 win over the Arizona Diamondbacks. It was Matt Garza's turn Sunday, and he worked seven scoreless innings in a 3-1 Chicago victory. The Cubs are in full "seller" mode as...
Ryan Dempster, right now (maybe not next week) of the Chicago Cubs is currently in the midst of a 33 consecutive scoreless inning streak (Even crazier is he went on the DL and came back and continued his streak). This has only helped generate more interest in the right hander as ESPN Chicago's Bruce Levine notes that at least 10 teams are interested. Among those teams are the...
Source: The Red Sox are aggressive in the pursuit of Ryan Dempster. Cubs going through their process on the right-hander.
— Buster Olney (@Buster_ESPN) July 16, 2012
I was thinking that Ryan Dempster would probably not be traded, but with as many as 10 teams interested I'm thinking the odds of him being dealt are increasing. I'm also thinking the odds of the Cubs acquiring...
News broke this morning that Dodgers' starting pitcher Chad Billingsley was scratched from his start because of an "undisclosed injury."
Undisclosed injury progressed to elbow tenderness which progressed to him needing an MRI.
Oh boy. Elbow MRIs are never a good thing. Even if it isn't the worst (torn ulnar collateral ligament), he'll probably need...
The Detroit Tigers "have shown legitimate interest" in Chicago Cubs starting pitcher Ryan Dempster, ESPNChicago's Bruce Levine reported Continue reading →
Ryan Dempster has endured the buzz of trade rumors for weeks, and it might not stop until the deadline at month's end.
In the meantime, the Chicago Cubs right-hander will try to add to his lengthy scoreless streak and record a career-best fifth consecutive win Saturday afternoon against the visiting Arizona Diamondbacks.
Dempster (4-3, 1.99 ERA) is experiencing one of the best...
With the July 31 trade deadline approaching, a handful of players are being dangled as trade bait. Whether it's All-Star caliber players, borderline standouts or role players, there's a bevy of talent available. A player's contract -- and the emergence of farm hands -- usually triggers the process. Before the swapping season begins, NESN.com took a look at the biggest...
A veteran right-handed starter could be heading to Boston before the MLB trade deadline clock strikes zero this year. The Red Sox are "aggressive in the pursuit" of Cubs starter Ryan Dempster, according to Buster Olney. The 35-year-old is 5-3 with a 1.86 ERA in 14 starts this season and has won 53 games between 2008-11 for the Cubs. The Canadian-born righty is 117-119 with...
CHICAGO (AP) -- Ryan Dempster tied the Cubs' record with a 33-inning scoreless streak, pitching six solid frames and leading Chicago over the Arizona Diamondbacks 4-1 on Saturday.
Dempster matched the club shutout streak set by Ken Holtzman in 1969.
Dempster (5-3) allowed four hits and set a career best by winning his fifth straight start. He leads the majors with a 1.86 ERA...
According to reports via CBSSports.com, ESPN Chicago and the Detroit Free Press the Detroit Tigers apparently are showing legitimate interest in Cubs pitcher Ryan Dempster and Rockies infielder Marco Scutaro.
ESPNChicago.com’s Bruce Levine reports that the Tigers are among 10 teams showing interest in Dempster who currently holds a National League best 1.85 ERA. However the Tigers...