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The Legions of Arms Part II: Brotherly Glove
Think it's been a treat to watch the dominance of the Phillies' rotation? You should see what Chooch sees—and know all he knows. The catcher with the nickname that was once (literally) a curse has proved to be a most unexpected blessing
Highly drafted catchers who can hit and play defense come around less often than playoff games at Camden Yards—which is why Baltimore has built a suddenly promising future around Matt Wieters. No two ways about it: The Orioles are sitting on the most sought-after commodity in the game.
"We're in Baseball Heaven"
For Phillies Nation, every game has felt like October since Cliff Lee's return. Now an ever-growing fan base wonders: Is it still O.K. to boo?
Dear America, Wish You Were Here
The Phillies and the Rays played long ball and small ball, had plenty of close calls, even rain and drama long after last call in the latest Fall Classic to open its doors to the game's upwardly mobile. So, where were you?
Home Free Back from his European odyssey, Jovan Kirovski is flourishing in MLS
Jovan Kirovski in February, he was looking for a striker to complement the post- up skills of two-time MLS goal-scoring champ. Carlos Ruiz.
The Year Of the Goat
New coach Juan Carlos Osorio will turn this hapless club into a winner—just ... The all-star trio of Beckham, Landon Donovan and Carlos Ruiz ...
... Chase Utley, Cole Hamels and nearly every other player from Philly's glory years are gone, leaving Ryan Howard and Carlos Ruiz as the last ...
Scouting The Final Four
SI asked major league scouts who closely followed the Division Series to analyze the four teams in the League Championship Series. The scouts were promised anonymity in exchange for their candor. Here's what they revealed. (Players listed with 2002 regular-season stats.)
The Legion of Arms
Carlos Ruiz, The Legion's lucky-dog catcher, beamed as he and his eight-year- old son scooped up chopped steak and red salsa with their ...
Are You Ready for a Howling, Pagan, YouTube Oktoberfiesta?
Wrigley Field has always been the best bash in sports, and now—after this Summer of Love—certitude and dominance, ass-to-ass on the same plank in the bleachers, have replaced doubt and doom