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Bader, Puk Shine in the Big Leagues

In 2015, Harrison Bader and A.J. Puk were teammates at the University of Florida. Both players now sport MLB uniforms. Bader was called back to the big-leagues on Tuesday after starting the 2019 season on the St. Louis Cardinals roster. The speedy center fielder was demoted to AAA after hitting …

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McKay, Rays Struggle in Series Opener Against Seattle

The Rays were stunned in the series opener as a rough first couple innings on defense snowballed into a 9-3 loss to the Seattle Mariners. Rookie two-way player, Brendan McKay, struggled again. He gave up seven runs (three earned), walked three, and gave up three hits including two home runs …

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Astros’ Deadline Acquisition of Zack Greinke Shifts Power in American League

Leading up to the 4 p.m. deadline, it didn’t appear there were going to be any signature moves that could change the outlook of both leagues. However, that changed within a flash. Right before the deadline hit, the Houston Astros made a deal to bring in Arizona Diamondbacks ace Zack …

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Rays’ losing skid continues while Marlins flirt with perfection

The Tampa Bay Rays and Miami Marlins have been eerily similar as of late. Both teams have been struggling, with the Rays’ struggles being more prominent. The Rays’ losing skid has them sliding down the postseason standings as their playoff chances look more and more like dreams. On the other …

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The Stats Behind the MLB Hall of Fame 2019 Class

A crowd of 55,000 faithful baseball fans gathered on Sunday to see and hear the newest members of the Major League Baseball Hall of Fame. This was the second-largest ever recorded for the ceremony in Cooperstown. This record breaking crowd witnessed the enshrinement of some of the game’s greatest. Mike …

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