Tag:Roy Halladay
Posted on: July 20, 2009 11:29 am
 

Halladay trade rumors and Cink wins the Open

Halladay shopping

Blue Jays ace Roy Halladay is the big -- and only -- name blowing in the trade winds, Danny Knobler says in Weekend Buzz. The Tigers believe they can prevail, but first they must win the stiff AL Central. Look Ahead

Halladay throws CG against BoSox | Yanks sweep Tigers | Rumors | Talk!

One shot short

It's a storybook ending, all right: Old Yeller. Set to win his sixth British Open, Tom Watson blows a putt on 18 to open the way for Stewart Cink, who wins a playoff. Steve Elling says it's not the finish we want. Story

Spander: Cink deserving | Ratto: Focus on Watson | Scores

Fantasy: Getting Frank

Franklin Gutierrez has begun the second half the same way he ended the first: on fire. At this point, there's no good reason he should be unowned, Scott White says. Planners: Hitting | PitchingWhite | Mack

Fantasy: Mariners | Player news | B/R | SB Nation | Probable SPs | Hey!

Posted on: July 6, 2009 11:54 am
 

All-Star snubs and Federer claims 15th Slam

Start them up

Some deserving All-Star starters are snubbed by the fans. Blame the East Coast, Scott Miller says in Weekend Buzz. In Look Ahead, Danny Knobler wonders if Roy Halladay will soon be on the trading block.

ASG: Pujols top vote getter | Rosters | History | Moments | Sound off!

History major

Roger Federer survives Andy Roddick's best to claim a sixth Wimbledon title, a 5-7, 7-6 (6), 7-6 (5), 3-6, 16-14 classic, and a record-setting 15th Slam. Roddick forces Federer to the limit and beyond, Art Spander says.

Serena wins women's title | Wimbledon history | Slams | Photos | Speak!

Added 'tude

The Celtics' chances next season might be improved. Loaded with talent and a returning K.G., Boston reaches a deal with free-agent forward Rasheed Wallace, according to multiple reports. Full story | Berger

Wallace profile | Free agents: East | West | BergerSphere | Talk 'Sheed!

 
 
 
 
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