QUIZ: Name the players who have won the World Series with three or more teams

16 players in the history of MLB have won the World Series with three or more different teams. How many of these multiple-team champions can you name? Clue: Teams (number of wins if more than one/Years Active
July 07, 2016  |  Discuss

Cooperstown 2016: Mike Lowell

MIKE LOWELL First Year on Ballot PLAYING CAREER: New York Yankees (1998), Florida Marlins (1999–2005) and Boston Red Sox (2006–2010). ACHIEVEMENTS:  Three-time World Series champion (1998, 2003 and 2007). 2007 World Series MVP. Four-time All-Star (2002–04 and 2007). 2005 National League Gold Glove Third Baseman (2005). Holds the Red Sox franchise single-season record for most...
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December 21, 2015  |  Discuss

Yellow Headphone Guy Axed By 'Buddy' Dombrowski

KapsteinFor years, many Red Sox fans mistook Jeremy Kapstein—festooned with his clunky yellow headphones—as Giant Glass owner Dennis Drinkwater. Why that is anybody's guess. In fact, Kapstein was a senior advisor to the Red Sox for last 14 years—and was even instrumental in the Theo Epstein-less trade that brought Josh Beckett and Mike Lowell to Boston. So much for loyalty—his...
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November 01, 2015  |  Discuss

Flashback: Randy Johnson celebrates birthday with 3,000th strikeout

Only one pitcher in major-league history is more synonymous with strikeouts than Randy Johnson. That man is Nolan Ryan, with whom Johnson forever is linked following his Hall of Fame induction this past July. Ryan is the all-time leader with 5,714 career strikeouts, while Johnson is second with 4,875. And on Sept. 10, 2000, the Big Unit collected his 3,000th career strikeout when...
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September 10, 2015  |  Discuss

Marlins, Christian Yelich Agree to 7-Year Contract Extension

According to Mike Lowell of MLB Network, the Miami Marlins and outfielder Christian Yelich have finalized a seven-year $40 million contract. Yelich was the Marlins first round pick in 2010, and made his debut in 2013 playing in 62 games. He will be eligible for free agency after his age 28 season. Last season, the 21-year-old played in 144 games, hitting .284 to go along with nine...
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March 18, 2015  |  Discuss

Mike Lowell: Jon Lester Will Seek Comfortable Situation In Free Agency

Jon Lester’s comments last winter about potentially accepting a hometown discount to remain with the Boston Red Sox were refreshing. It’s rare that a professional athlete is willing to forgo a bigger payday in favor of other factors. Lester never signed the team-friendly contract many anticipated, causing the Red Sox to eventually trade the pitcher to the Oakland Athletics before...
August 07, 2014  |  Discuss

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