Rick Hahn made a lot of moves this offseason hoping to bring the White Sox back to the playoffs for the first time since 2008. (Photo: Brian Cassella/Chicago Tribune)
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One of the faces of baseball announced the 2014 season would be his last. Dylan Burn takes a look at Derek Jeter’s phenomenal career in pinstripes. (Photo Courtesy Greg Cooper / USA Today).
KRUI’s Nate Shaughnessy breaks down the injury plague in New York.
After the suggestion to expand MLB surfaced this past week, Jordan Kabialis just couldn’t let it go.
With the San Francisco Giants unable to defend their title, who will win the 2011 World Series? The expertrs of KRUI’s “Sports Squawk” make their predictions for the 2011 Postseason.
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