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Garvey, Hershiser looking to buy Dodgers?

The Los Angeles Dodgers are not for sale.

Not yet, anyway.

But if they do go on the block, count former Dodgers Orel Hershiser and Steve Garvey as two that might be interested.

According to ESPN.com, Garvey and H

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Giants’ GM Sabean still hot over home plate collision

His star catcher is done for the season, and San Francisco Giants General Manager Brian Sabean is still hot under the collar.

Back on May 25, Giants catcher Buster Posey was lost for the season after a home plate collision with Florida Marlins' Scott Cousins.

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Has Interleague Play Ended League Mystique?

A lot of people are proponents of Interleague play, in Major League Baseball. Others, like Terence Moore, of mlb.com, argue that Interleague play has ruined the mystique of the National and American Leagues. View Moore's column, courtesy of mlb.com, below.

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Major League Baseball assumes control of Dodgers

One of baseball's most storied franchises has been taken over by Major League Baseball.

Commissioner Bud Selig yesterday told Los Angeles Dodgers' owner Frank McCourt that he is appointing a trustee that will oversee the day-to-day operations of the club

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ESPN has full coverage of baseball’s opening day

ESPN is televising three games as Major League Baseball opens the 2011 season this Thursday.

At noon, the Detroit Tigers visit the New York Yankees (Justin Verlander vs. C. C. Sabathia.)  

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Giambi Brothers Set To Testify In Bonds Trial

Barry Bonds' perjury trial resumes today and Jason and Jeremy Giambi are scheduled to testify.

Meanwhile, more details concerning Kimberley Bell's testimony is coming to light and the judge in the case is pondering whether to allow testimony concerning Bonds' testicles.  

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Bonds’ Ex-Mistress Says Steroid Use Caused Injury

Kimberley Bell, the former mistress of Barry Bonds, testified at Bonds' perjury trial today, saying that Bonds blamed steroid use on a 1999 elbow injury.

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Barry Bonds’ perjury trial set to begin

Opening arguments scheduled for today

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