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Newz Forum: BASEBALL: MLB News and Rumors 02/08/04

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posted on Aug, 2 2004 @ 01:56 PM
Phillies should clean house
Philadelphia Daily News

Daily News columnist Bill Conlin thinks that the Phillies should fire GM Ed Wade, manager Larry Bowa and pitching coach Joe Kerrigan. Conlin believes that the Phillies would be better off finishing the season with Dallas Green as GM and Charlie Manuel as manager.

Diamondbacks could still trade Unit
East Valley Tribune

Although the Diamondbacks didn't trade Randy Johnson before the deadline, he may not be in Arizona for much longer. Tribune columnist Scott Bordow writes that the Diamondbacks may decide to unload the Big Unit in the offseason.

Arizona could sign Sexson, pitcher
Arizona Republic

In addition to re-signing Richie Sexson, the Diamondbacks could also pursue a free agent pitcher.The Republic's Mark Gonzales reports that the Diamondbacks may target Pedro Martinez, Brad Radke, Odalis Perez, Matt Clement, Carl Pavano, Matt Morris, Esteban Loaiza, Eric Milton or Chris Carpenter.

Wilson may end up with Twins
St. Paul Pioneer Press

The Pioneer Press' Jason Williams reports that the Twins could pick up catcher Dan Wilson if he is placed on waivers by the Mariners.

Cabrera may stay in Boston
Providence Journal

The Journal's Sean McAdam reports that the Red Sox may try to sign Orlando Cabrera to a contract extension.

Jaramillo needs to stay in Rangers' lineup
Dallas Morning News

No one's better with hitters. And then you look up and the Rangers have lost seven of their last nine, and the hitting has stopped, and you have to wonder: Are the tabled contract talks with Jaramillo a factor in the slump?

New-look Sox show old holes in defeat
Boston Herald

The Red Sox lost their second straight one-run game yesterday. The 4-3 loss to the Twins highlighted - with or without Nomar Garciaparra - how thin the Sox' margin of error remains, especially against good teams.

Ortiz begins five-game suspension: Slugger returns Saturday
Boston Herald

David Ortiz reluctantly decided to drop the appeal of his five-game suspension and sat out yesterday's 4-3 loss to the Twins. Ortiz will miss the three-game series that begins tonight in St. Petersburg, Fla., and the first game of the Detroit series Friday.

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