Wakeup Call: Move over, A-Rod; Cano's got you beat


Wakeup Call: Move over, A-Rod; Cano's got you beat

Here's your wakeup call -- a combination of newsworthy andor interesting tidbits -- for Monday, October 15:

It just doesn't seem like October in the Bronx without Derek Jeter, does it? (AP)

Everybody's talking about Alex Rodriguez and Curtis Granderson, but how about the record-setting Robinson Cano? (NBC's Hardball Talk)

Jose Valverde's disintegration means opportunity for Phil Coke. At least temporarily. (AP)

Where has all the offense gone this postseason? (Hardball Talk)

Brian Kelly thinks Everett Golson will be sufficiently recovered from his concussion to play Saturday against BYU. But if not, Notre Dame is still well-covered at quarterback. (AP)

The shuffling continues in the AP Top 25 poll. (AP)

Ah, so now we know why John Davidson left St. Louis! (NBC's Pro Hockey Talk)

Twitter strikes again, this time with an absurd Jose Calderon-to-the-Lakers rumor. (NBC's Pro Basketball Talk)

Houston's ardor for Jeremy Lin may have cooled just a tad after that 1-for-10 shooting performance. (AP)

There's one less unbeaten team in the NFL, thanks to Aaron Rodgers. (AP)

However, the Falcons are still on Mercury Morris' radar. (AP)

The Giants reminded everybody who the defending Super Bowl champion is, yesterday in San Francisco. (NBC's Pro Football Talk)

When is a win a loss? When there's a chance you've lost Lardarius Webb for the year. (CSN Baltimore)

Cary Williams to Dez Bryant: Hitch up your skirt and stop crying. (Pro Football Talk)

The Patriots lost to the Cardinals and destroyed the Bills. So they probably didn't see this coming. (AP)

Are Scott Pioli's days numbered in Kansas City? (Pro Football Talk)

Chris Sale and David Price discuss golfing and video gaming together


Chris Sale and David Price discuss golfing and video gaming together

Trenni Kusnierek sits down for a couple of interviews at Spring Training in Fort Myers, FL. 

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First up, President of Baseball Operations Dave Dombrowski talks about "winning the winter", and filling the leadership void left by David Ortiz.

Also, Dombrowski's two biggest acquisitions during his tenure with Boston , Chris Sale and David Price, discuss expectations for the rotation, and getting to know each other off the field.