PHILADELPHIA - Josh Beckett, of the Los Angeles Dodgers, pitched a no-hitter against the Phillies.
DALLAS - It is the new image of baseball's moneyed elite: For the second time in three days, the Miami Marlins walked up to the winter meetings podium to introduce a high-priced free agent while working doggedly behind the scenes to bring more sparkling stars to baseball's newest ballpark.
ANAHEIM, Calif. -- Jered Weaver followed in John Lackey's day-old footsteps throughout the night, all the way to his final triumphant walk off the Angel Stadium mound. He even waved his cap at the standing, cheering crowd with nearly the same sweep of his arm.
MIAMI -- Jake Peavy lasted only two innings, and in the wake of a Classic blowout, Team USA could soon be gone, too.
BOSTON - Josh Beckett is Mr. Zero when October rolls around.
BALTIMORE - Rodrigo Lopez allowed one run in seven innings, and Chris Ray bounced back from his first blown save of the season to help Baltimore beat Washington 2-1 on Friday.
In Boston, Josh Beckett would love jersey No. 21, but the newest member of Boston's starting rotation knows the Red Sox might not hand over Roger Clemens' old number.
Glen Bailey still wrestles with the perceived discrepancy of two great forces in his life.
NEW YORK - Roger Clemens easily won his record seventh Cy Young Award after putting off retirement and being about as dominant as ever - even at age 42.
The Los Angeles Dodgers acquired first baseman Adrian Gonzalez, pitcher Josh Beckett and outfielder Carl Crawford from Boston on Saturday.