Remember 2003, when you were young, Clay Aiken was burning up the charts, and Roger Clemens was on the verge of retiring as a Yankee? Relive with us those halcyon days, when corking a bat was our greatest baseball scandal and we had just celebrated winning the Iraq War. (sigh) Good times.
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Now it’s over to the Biggest Division, where last year the Birds of Play smacked the livin’ bejeebers out of everyone. Since there were no hockey sticks to be had this past winter, where does that leave the crimson gang? And there are at least five more stories in the naked city. Michael Cox does his best to not say too many bad things about Pittsburgh. (He fails miserably.)
It’s the division with the only remaining curse in baseball. (Unless you count Bud Selig.) Ted Bauer runs down the middle of the NL, looking at injury-prone superstars, social-security-collecting aces, and enumerates the antagonists, protagonists, and, um, goats.