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Ken Rosenthal defends the HOF balloting...

Michael Young comments on the possibilities of a contract extension:

Young signed a four-year, $10.5 million contract at the start of the 2004 season with the option for 2008, and there's no doubt he has been well underpaid as a three-time All-Star shortstop. Young has made it clear that the next contract must be more in line with current market value.

"There's no doubt about that," Young said. "The first contract was advantageous for the team and that's fine. It was fine at the time. But if they want to talk about an extension, they need to treat it like free agency because that's exactly what it is."

T.R. Sullivan talks about the need for improvement from Hank Blalock and Mark Teixeira in 2007...

And John Barten takes a look at former Longhorn, now Yankee prospect J.B. Cox.