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MLB Update: Oakland Clinches, Boston Sets Franchise Record

Oakland Athletics Clinch. For the 19th time in franchise history the Oakland Athletics will be headed to the postseason. With only one American League spot left, the A’s were able to secure it Monday night when the Tampa Bay Rays lost to the New York Yankees. But before the champagne …

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MLB Playoff Races

With two weeks left before the end of the MLB regular season, the playoff races for the American League are almost all locked up, but it’s still a wildfire in the National League. The Boston Red Sox and Cleveland Indians have already clinched their playoff birth, but there are still …

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Red Sox Clinch Playoff Berth

For the third straight season, the Boston Red Sox will play postseason baseball. Last night, the Red Sox clinched a playoff spot this season with a 7-2 win over the Toronto Blue Jays. Boston improved to 99-46 on the year, becoming the first team to clinch a postseason berth this …

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MLB Enters Last Month of Regular Season: Who’s Hot and Who Might Miss the Playoffs

The MLB regular season is coming to a close in less than a month and there’s already a clear picture on who’s making it to the postseason. The American League appears to be the stronger than the National league based solely off total wins. But, the race to see who’ll …

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Taking the A’s Train

The Oakland Athletics are hot. Red hot. After a shutout win Monday night against the Texas Rangers, the A’s now sit atop the AL West standings tied for first place with the defending champion Houston Astros. Since losing four straight from June 12 to June 15 that pushed them to …

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Chipper Jones Among Those Enshrined in Baseball Hall of Fame

On a sunny Sunday afternoon in front of 50,000 spectators in the city where baseball was born, Chipper Jones joined the legends of baseball. Larry Wayne Jones Jr., better known as Chipper, was officially inducted into Baseball’s Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York during yesterday’s induction ceremony. https://twitter.com/baseballhall/status/1023634989911625728 During …

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Red Sox Throttle Yankees Behind Sale and Betts

The Boston Red Sox improved their record to an MLB-best 9-1 as they defeated the New York Yankees 14-1. The Red Sox were led by dominant performances from their top two stars, Chris Sale and Mookie Betts. Sale led the Sox on the mound by going 6.0 innings and striking …

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