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The risks of Giancarlo Stanton's proposed contract.

sportsonearth.com — Let's say the Miami Marlins actually do give Giancarlo Stanton a contract worth around $325 million over the next 13 seasons. Then what? That's where it gets interesting. This deal wouldn't be about logic. The Marlins have been down this road before, spending lavishly one season, then stripping it all away the next.

The real A-Rod question: Can he still play?

sportsonearth.com — Alex Rodriguez fascinates me. I'm guessing he fascinates the Yankees, too. Only not in the way you're probably thinking. I'm over all that other stuff. He did what he did. He served his suspension. He's free to return. Spare me the hand-wringing and fake outrage that have accompanied reports that he came clean to the feds.

Five MLB execs who will shape the offseason.

sportsonearth.com — We have the dynamics for a fascinating offseason in place. Let's count the reasons: * The Yankees and Red Sox missed the playoffs. No fluke in either case. Both teams need significant work to get back in contention in 2015. Game on.

Ned Yost and Bruce Bochy are living the dream.

sportsonearth.com — Theirs is a World Series arrived at from back roads and small towns, a World Series dream forged with doses of disappointment and failure. Let's not oversell this part of the story because both these World Series managers, Bruce Bochy of the Giants and Ned Yost of the Royals, were always part of the game they loved and always, always finding joy in the journey.

During a dark moment, the Bay Area shined.

sportsonearth.com — SAN FRANCISCO -- When the press box at Candlestick Park began to shake, Bay Area natives sitting around me groaned. One guy rolled his eyes. Another smiled. On the 25th anniversary of that moment, this part of the story remains vivid. They were telling me this was no big deal.

The Giants aren't lucky, they're just good.

sportsonearth.com — SAN FRANCISCO -- There was craziness at the end of Game 3 of the NLCS. There was craziness at the beginning, too. Feels normal now, doesn't it? This postseason has taken us on a string of these wild rides. By now, we're probably beginning to understand this is how it's going to be.

Game 2 of the NLCS is what makes October great.

sportsonearth.com — ST. LOUIS -- Baseball has never been this good. Isn't that the real story of this postseason? It has given us so much that there are times we just have to take a deep breath and try to wrap our minds around it all. Right, Buster Posey?

Game 2 of the NLCS had a little bit of everything.

sportsonearth.com — ST. LOUIS -- Baseball has never been this good. Isn't that the real story of this postseason? It has given us so much that there are times we just have to take a deep breath and try to wrap our minds around it all. Right, Buster Posey?

Consistency is a key element in the Giants' winning formula.

sportsonearth.com — If you're looking for a common thread running through these Giants the last five seasons, it's not really complicated: Consistency in the front office and in the way they view winning baseball. This tenet has helped them develop and pull in talent that fits their winning vision.

Big names overshadowed a flawed Dodgers team.

sportsonearth.com — The Dodgers are a reminder that even with all the planning, things can still go wrong. Way back on the first day of Spring Training, they seemed to have a pitching staff as good as any in the game. But injury after injury held them back, and ultimately ended their October early.
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Nov 26, 2014

RT @GregJohnsMLB: Thanks for all the kind words on my story on Tan Vo. But let's be clear. It's her story. I'm just glad she shared it. atmlb.com/1zx8pe5

Nov 26, 2014

RT @120Sports: .@richardjustice gives us insight on pitchers the Red Sox will target and what pieces they have to offer. WATCH: bit.ly/1xTk8Fy

Nov 26, 2014

@TaborMath You have no idea what players did and didn't use PEDs.

Nov 26, 2014

RT @RattoCSN: @richardjustice Easy. Drop the ones with the most eligibility left, and get them next time. And then drink.

Nov 26, 2014

How do you trim 2 from this HOF list? Bonds, Clemens, Bagwell, Biggio, Unit, Pedro, Smoltz, Piazza, Schilling, Raines, Mussina, Tram.

Nov 25, 2014

RT @hankschulman: Sensing just as much sadness about Flannery departure as Panda’s. Says a lot about what coach has meant to community, team. #SFGiants

Nov 25, 2014

RT @bcraw35: This guy is one of the best. We will miss you Flanman. Wish you the best of luck with everything pic.twitter.com/17hm1358tZ

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