Say it ain't so, Pronk! - Jason Miller
Word on the street is that the Yankees are close to signing Hafner to DH. And a radio broadcast from the 1948 World Series resurfaces.
Report: Yankees Could Be Close to Deal With Travis Hafner, Also Talking With Others | New York Yankees | NESN.com - The Yankees are still looking for a designated hitter, and it seems they have their eyes fixated on one of the league's pure DHs. The Yankees have expressed interest in Travis Hafner.
Vizquel joins Angels as minor league instructor - The Orange County Register - Omar starts the climb up the coaching ladder as a minor league instructor.
Indians, Clear Channel announce five-year contract | indians.com: News - The Indians announced on Tuesday that they have come to terms on a new five-year contract with Clear Channel Media and Entertainment for WTAM 1100 AM to remain the team's flagship radio station. Hard to compete with reception in "38 states and half of Canada," as they used to so proudly announce.
The Tribe takes a smart approach to spending in 2013 - Crain's Cleveland Business - One analyst's view of Indians payroll.
Baseball Prospectus | Wezen-Ball: The 1948 World Series, Game1: A Radio Diary A running diary of the two-hour radio broadcast of game 1 of the 1948 World Series, featuring Bob Feller and Johnny Sain. There is a link to the actual broadcast at the end of the article, though I didn't have time to listen.