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Angels Land Big Fish in Joe Maddon

The Los Angeles Angels were able to reel in the biggest fish in the lake. They got Joe Maddon, previously the manager of the Chicago Cubs and Tampa Bay Rays, to come back to where it all began. He previously spent 31 years with the Angels organization, 12 in the …

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Yankees Look to Even Up ALCS

Mother Nature may be a Houston Astros fan. Game 3 of the ALCS was rained out yesterday, so the Yankees will try to even up the series when they host Houston tonight. However, the one-day delay could make a world of difference for the Bronx Bombers. Starting Pitching is Crucial …

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Farewell and till next year St. Louis Cardinals

The light at the end of the tunnel has turned to black and a farewell has been said to the Cardinals. Last night, the St. Louis Cardinals came up short ending their season in the NL Championship Series to the Washington Nationals. Congratulations @Nationals on a hard-fought series! pic.twitter.com/QXnVLj0ya1 — …

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Astros Attack Severino Early, Lead Yankees in ALCS 2-1

Astros Yankees Altuve Severino

The Houston Astros took a 2-1 ALCS-series lead over the New York Yankees in Yankee Stadium Tuesday night. Houston attacked New York starter Luis Severino early on and never looked back. With Game 4 on the horizon, the Washington Nationals await the series winner in the World Series. Bayou City …

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Yankees Look to Bounce Back from Game 2 Loss

The Houston Astros head to Yankee Stadium tonight to play the New York Yankees for Game 3 of the ALCS. After a huge 3-2 walk-off win at home, the Astros look to take a 2-1 lead for a chance to reach the World Series. Gerrit Cole will be on the …

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Washington Nationals Have a Chance for an NLCS Sweep Against the Cardinals

Tonight, the St. Louis Cardinals are in Washington for the fourth and potentially final game of the NLCS against the Nationals. Nationals Looking for a Sweep The Nationals have been dominant in this series, outscoring the Cardinals 13-2 over the first three games. Last night’s win was the Nationals most …

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Nationals Have the Momentum and Home-Field Advantage Over Cardinals

The Washington Nationals are coming back to D.C. and Nationals Park with fire stemming from the mound and the momentum to keep the winning going. With a 2-0 advantage over the St. Louis Cardinals, the Nationals have the early upper hand. However, the Nats cannot get complacent in the potential …

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Weston Smith’s Journey to Start for the Williston High School Baseball Team is Nothing Short of Miraculous

Weston Smith, a senior at Williston High School, faced many obstacles en route to becoming the starting first baseman for the varsity baseball team. On the day after Christmas in the sixth grade, Smith’s life was changed when he got into a freak ATV accident. Jim Smith, father of Weston …

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Rays’ Season Ends In MLB Playoffs

After dropping the first two road games, the Tampa Bay Rays were able to come back and win two games at home to force a deciding Game 5 on Thursday night in the American League Divisional Series, but they could not sustain the momentum on the road as the Rays …

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