Rockies Entertaining More Offers for Ubaldo Jimenez

The Colorado starter may or may not be dealt by Sunday's MLB trade deadline
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Sources indicate that the Colorado Rockies are switching into selling mode as the Major League Baseball trade deadline approaches, particularly with starting pitcher Ubaldo Jimenez.

Sources tell Fox's Ken Rosenthal that several teams are lining up as suitors, including the Tigers, Yankees, Reds, Red Sox, and Indians. Still, the Rockies are not considered desperate to move Jimenez, and are negotiating hard for the right price.

Hideki Irabu Found Dead of Apparent Suicide

The 42-year-old Ex-MLB pitcher and New York Yankee found dead in Los Angeles
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Hideki Irabu, the ex MLB pitcher for the New York Yankees, Montreal Expos and Texas Rangers was found dead in his home near Los Angeles, California. He was 42 years old.

According to reports from, the apparent cause of death is suicide.

The report is still murky but according to the Japanese translation, it appears he hung himself.

Reggie Bush Headed From Saints to Dolphins

The former Heisman Trophy winner and Kim Kardashian ex takes his talents to South Beach
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NFL News: The Miami Dolphins have reached contract terms with running back Reggie Bush, clearing the final hurdle to a trade between the Dolphins and New Orleans Saints.

When It Comes To Randy Moss, The Jets Should Learn From The Titans and Patriots Mistakes

The troubled wide receiver's ego is bigger than his stat line these days
<p> When It Comes To Randy Moss, The Jets Should Learn From The Titans and Patriots Mistakes</p>

NFL News: Randy Moss used to be a great player. It could be argued that he was the most gifted athlete ever to play the game of football. It can also be argued that he's not worth the trouble and baggage anymore.

Now rumors are surfacing that the New York Jets may be interested in signing Randy Moss to play opposite Santonio Holmes.

Ervin Santana Tosses No-hitter

Santana pitches the third no-hitter of the season, the ninth in Angels history
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Ervin Santana tossed a no-hitter Wednesday afternoon against the Clevelnd Indians, beating the Tribe, 3-1. Santana is the kind of pitcher who can shut down a lineup with electric stuff and the endurance to get through nine innings. He just doesn’t do it consistently. But when he’s on, he’s tough to hit. The Indians’ lone run came in the first inning after leadoff batter Ezequiel Carrera reached on an error by shortstop Erick Aybar, stole second went to third on a fielder’s choice before scoring on a Santana wild pitch.

Umpire Jerry Meals' call was horrible, but not worst call ever (Video)

Braves-Pirates epic game deserved better ending than blown call
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By Charlie Miller

Call was horrible, but not worst ever

Last night I watched the last 11 innings of the Pirates-Braves game in Atlanta. And it’s the kind of game I really enjoy. I love teams using every player on the roster. I love the do-or-die at-bats every inning. I love teams playing for one run.