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Hamilton, who has had surgery twice on the knee in the last nine months, will have his latest surgery June 8. General manager Jon Daniels said this surgery will be different than the previous two, as the 35-year-old looks for a way to resurrect his
Scott Cordishi and John Rooke take your calls, texts, tweets and emails on the week's hot topics. We’re still talking Deflate-Gate and the truth is finally coming to light, but is it too late for Tom Brady’s legacy? A fond farewell to Red Sox Mike Napoli, who was traded last night.
You talk about going into the American League East and having the success he's had," said Texas Rangers general manager Jon Daniels , the last executive to acquire Uehara prior to Sox GM Ben Cherington scooped up Uehara, "not too many people
is not lost. "I can't decide if it's truly difficult (to find), or just cyclical," said Rangers general manager Jon Daniels . "For a while there were no third basemen and now there are all these young guys. In two or three years
what Napoli would be, with or without the signing of another catcher over the weekend. Here is what Texas general manager Jon Daniels said at the general managers' meetings when asked for a 2012 scouting report on Napoli: "He's got real
factor to C.J.’s success in the transition, in my opinion, was his desire to do it," wrote Rangers' general manager Jon Daniels in an e-mail prior to the '11 season. "That led to everything else -- the extra work in the weight room
ago, in Indianapolis, Sam Levinson, one of the agents for Mike Lowell , could be found talking to Rangers general manager Jon Daniels about a potential trade involving the third baseman for more than an hour, all the way up until 2:30 a
themselves in positions where we’re better when they’re in more high-leverage spots,” Rangers general manager Jon Daniels said on Sunday after the moves . “With other guys, it’s still up in the air. I think [manager Jeff Banister
live pitching, getting his timing down, all those sort of things are going to take some time,” Rangers general manager Jon Daniels said. “But physically, the shoulder, the reports that we’re getting, you can’t tell there was an issue. He
walking into Yoga. We had just gone into do one of the poses to get loose, and then, boom, it was [Rangers general manager ] Jon Daniels on the phone. It was with me and my stuff was just sitting there. So I went over and grabbed it.” While Ross called
NL East crown this year. “The system is set up that it’ s an enormous advantage to finish last,” Rangers GM Jon Daniels observed on WEEI’s Hot Stove Show this summer. “ We have an incentive to lose on some level and nobody wants
reprising a page from the late-2012 playbook that helped position the Sox for a title in 2013. Rangers general manager Jon Daniels joined Rob Bradford and Alex Speier on The Trade Deadline Show last Thursday to discuss the matter. (To hear