Terence Moore has covered a variety of sports for more than three decades and contributes columns to MLB.com.
|Robinson Cano will go to the Mariners, but there are no worries for Yankee Nation, at least not in the long run. This Cano thing aside, the Steinbrenner brothers of Hank and Hal have suggested in recent weeks they've been visited by the spirit of Christmas as well as that of their late father George.
More»Cano, Mariners reportedly agree on 10-year deal|
|With Jim Leyland having stepped aside as manager and the trades of Prince Fielder and Doug Fister, a change of direction is in store in Detroit.
More»Tigers GM Dombrowski discusses trade with Nationals|
|You didn't expect somebody so unassuming to become so overwhelming whenever he took the pitcher's mound, but Greg Maddux did just that. In fact, he was baseball's Picasso, because he painted masterpieces with his right arm.
More»2014 Hall of Fame ballot loaded with superstars|
|As the Braves shrugged while waving goodbye to Brian McCann due to monetary constraints, he took his free-agent services to the Yankees over the weekend after receiving more than a few pennies from the Steinbrenners. That's splendid news for those into pinstripes and for those handling the bank accounts for this perennial All-Star catcher, but not so much for the team he left behind.
More»Duquette on the Braves moving forward without McCann|
|With the 50th anniversary of JFK's assassination upon us, it's worth remembering how Major League Baseball has helped the nation overcome catastrophic events, writes Terence Moore.
More»Jim Kaat, Bobby Richardson remember JFK|
|With the impending 2017 move by the Braves, there will be a slew of memories left around Capitol Avenue, where spanking new Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium was waiting for the Braves in 1966 after they bolted from Milwaukee and Turner Field replaced it in the 1997 season.
More»MLB Network shares ideas for new Braves ballpark|
|Andrelton Simmons, recipient of a Rawlings Platinum Glove, just completed his first full season in the Majors, which means he could win this award again. And then again, and then enough times after that to have somebody name either this or some other fielding award in his honor someday.
More»Simmons wins Gold Glove for work at short|
|Major League general managers are expected to discuss home-plate collisions next week when they gather in Orlando. Here's to hoping they have nothing more than a discussion.
More»David Ross on ALCS Game 5 collision, beards|
|Among the list of 12 candidates on the Expansion Era ballot for the Hall of Fame, managers Bobby Cox, Joe Torre and Tony La Russa are no-brainer picks, and a few others should also be inducted into Cooperstown next summer.
More»Cox, La Russa and Torre up for Hall of Fame election|
|Longtime broadcaster Tim McCarver -- who happened to be one of only a handful of big leaguers to play in four decades -- wasn't popular with everyone, but he was fair and honest, and he'll be missed.
More» McCarver says goodbye to Buck, fans|
|This matchup between the Red Sox and the Cardinals has been as entertaining as advertised. It also has been something else: A showcase for weird and wild stuff. Before the World Series ends Wednesday or Thursday in Boston, you can expect more goofiness.
More» Cardinals walk off on obstruction call|
|If you're running the Dodgers and if you take everything into consideration, why would you bring Don Mattingly back to manage your team next season? Hold your answer. I also want you to consider this: If you're Mattingly and if you take everything into consideration, why would you agree to return to manage the Dodgers next season? Both things happened, and neither makes sense.
More»Sherman and Heyman live from Fenway on MLB Tonight|
|With a chance to win their third World Series in 10 years, the Red Sox are no longer haunted by the Bambino or any other past missteps.
More» Lester on starting '07 Series clincher|
|The more I think about it, the more I don't have a problem with Yasiel Puig's (ahem) celebrations, especially the ones before and after his triple against the Cardinals in Game 3 of the National League Championship Series on Monday. He's also what the Dodgers need with Hollywood around the corner, and he's more of a help than a hindrance to the game overall.
More» Mattingly discusses Puig's emotions|
|This is refreshing. When the Tigers and the Red Sox play Game 3 of the American League Championship Series on Tuesday in Detroit, they'll do so with sunshine hiding behind a slew of Michigan clouds, instead of a sky full of darkness and maybe the threat of a star or two.
More» McCarthy, Justice preview ALCS Game 3|
|Sometimes, the good ol' days really weren't. Take those "celebrations" on the baseball diamond in times gone by ... please. I'm referring to the loud and colorful ones involving fans hurdling fences before sprinting like maniacs toward nowhere in particular on the field after their Major League team clinched a series during the playoffs.
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|At the very least, the Braves were supposed to spend Tuesday afternoon working out at Turner Field along the way to a decisive Game 5 at home Wednesday night in the National League Division Series. Instead, it happened ... again.
More» Gonzalez on disappointing end to season|
|While Dan Uggla's struggles at the plate this season have been well-documented, Atlanta skipper Fredi Gonzalez said the decision to keep the veteran off the playoff roster was one of the toughest things he's been a part of as a manager.
More»Gonzalez faced tough choices setting NLDS roster|
|For those who have been paying attention to the Braves all season, it wasn't much of a surprise that they kept discovering ways throughout the evening to go from their ghastly 6-1 home loss to the Dodgers in Thursday's opener of this National League Division Series to Friday night's gutsy 4-3 victory.
More» Laird cuts down Gordon in the ninth|
|During most of an otherwise pleasant October evening in Atlanta, the Braves spent the first game of their National League Division Series against the Dodgers looking clueless, writes columnist Terence Moore.
More» Puig turns two on C. Johnson's fly ball|