Tony La Russa has over-managed his last game in major league baseball. The Cardinals manager has retired after 33 seasons, 14 playoff appearances, six pennants (three in each league) and three World Series titles with Oakland and St. Louis. He is the third-winningest manager of all-time and just the second to manage 5,000 games. We’ll leave his drunk-driving, his radical politics and his frivolous lawsuits aside for today.
Lamar Odom’s family tried to stage an intervention on Friday. It didn’t go well.
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The Houston Astros have finally called up top prospect Alex Bregman.
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Does not look like that 2018 move to MLS is in the works.