April 2007 - Baseball Wiretap
A-Rod Wants To Stay In New York
"I want to stay in New York, no matter what," said Alex Rodriguez on Tuesday.
Griffey Finally Passes Reggie
Ken Griffey Jr. finally passed Reggie Jackson and moved into sole possession of 10th place in career home runs on Tuesday night.
Hunter In Trouble For Sending Champagne To K.C.
The Twins received a phone call from the commissioner's office on Monday in regards to the gift Torii Hunter sent the Royals for sweeping the Tigers last season.
Angels And Giants Would Make Runs At A-Rod?
According to ESPN's Buster Olney, the Angels and Giants are two teams most likely to make a run at Alex Rodriguez.
Yankees Welcome Back Wang, Makes First Start Tonight
The Yankees will activate Chien-Ming Wang and start the RHP tonight against the Devil Rays.
A-Rod Fastest To 14 Home Runs
Alex Rodriguez became the first player in MLB history to hit 14 home runs in the first 18 games of a season.
Hughes To Make Debut On Thursday
The Yankees top pitching prospect, Phil Hughes, will make his MLB debut Thursday against the Blue Jays.
Padres Looking To Finally Sign Flamethrowing Draft Pick
Padres GM Kevin Towers took a flight to Florida last week to see Matt Latos pitch for Broward Community College.
Harden Will Skip Start, Avoid DL
A's manager Bob Geren indicated that Rich Harden will go back into the starting rotation later this week.