Taurus (April 20-May 20) The sign of the Bull and a fixed earth sign, Taurean
steadfast performance is legendary. Now's the time to start a project or renew surroundings through spring cleaning. After the 5th you can expect your social life
to hit a feverish pitch. Go ahead and tattoo the ball -- you're feeling your best!
Mellow surfer and Cy Young winner, A's pitcher Barry Zito is a
tranquil, yet determined Taurus.
Gemini (May 21-June 20) Stealing the show, Gemini is renowned for having great communication skills -- and they just got better! After the 5th, it's a good time to converse with business colleagues. Mars moves into your
financial sector on the 13th, prompting you to work harder at boosting income.
Gemini rules the hands and Orioles shortstop Miguel Tejada exemplifies
that dexterity, as does Astros pitcher Andy Pettitte with his adroit
Cancer (June 21-July 22) Right off the bat, this is a high profile month
for "crabs," with special emphasis on getting ahead in life as the Sun
transits your 10th house of career. You may be working extra hours, but
that's a small price to pay for having your tenacity and diligence noticed.
New York Yankees' Joe Torre, Brian Cashman, and George Steinbrenner all
represent strong Cancerian loyalty and sense of family.
Leo (July 23-August 22) Saturn, the planet of limitation and karma, goes
retrograde in your sign on the 5th. It may feel like things are on hold, slowing
down, or just way too hard. Saturn is the cosmic cop of the zodiac and serves
as a reality check. Have faith, as Leo has much confidence.
Barry Bonds is a dramatic, temperamental, spotlight-seeking Leo.
Virgo (August 22-September 22) Dutiful Virgos are diligent workers. At
times they concentrate so completely on work that they deny themselves
recreation. But this time, find a new and interesting pastime that offers relaxation from the rigors of work life.
Yankees' Randy Johnson and Padres' Mike Piazza personify the Virgo work ethic.
Libra (September 23-October 23) Swing for the fences -- the Full Moon in
your affable sign on the 13th puts the focus on relationships. There's more time to socialize, too. On the flip side, career demands are more stringent. You'll be more productive if you take good care of your health.
Mariners' Ichiro Suzuki and Giants' Noah Lowry are harmonious Libras.
Scorpio (October 24-November 21) Jupiter, planet of good fortune, is
in your charismatic sign this season, bestowing a commanding air. It's a
grand slam for Scorpios in the career sector. You now have a clear playing
field to work towards your momentous calling.
The Mets have cornered the market on intense Scorpio energy with their
pitchers -- Pedro Martinez, Aaron Heilman, and Steve Trachsel.
Sagittarius (November 22-December 21) With Pluto, planet of
transformation in your sign, you're working deep in the count. When
things get rough, thoughts turn to travel. Fun loving and adventurous,
Sagittarius is the sign of wanderlust, always looking for an excuse
to spread their wings.
Oakland A's Eric Chavez has a refreshing frankness that is very
Capricorn (December 22-January 19) The sign of the mountain goat,
Capricorn slowly but surely reaches the top. Motivated Capricorns
utilize the energy of Mars during the first half of the month, beginning
a new diet or fitness program. After the 13th, there's more of a relationship focus.
Ambitious Jason Giambi is a striving Capricorn who left for greener
pastures with the Yankees.
Aquarius (January 20-February 18) Eccentric Aquarians have one of the most unique personalities of the zodiac -- independent, eccentric, and bohemian - all wrapped in one. Despite the fact that you love people, more time is needed for yourself. You'll strike out if you don't steal some time away.
Unpredictable, circus-catch-making Diamondbacks outfielder Eric Byrnes is an unconventional Aquarius.
Pisces (February 19-March 20) Empathetic Pisces turns attention to
finances through the 20th. Now is the time to take care of leftover bills or
begin saving money for vacations. Romance is high on your agenda when single
Pisces turns its eyes on double plays.
Padres' pitcher Shawn Estes has the elusiveness that Pisces are famous