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Tampa Bay Rays Begin 2018 Campaign

The Tampa Bay Rays begin their 20th season in Tampa on Thursday. The team’s first series will be against the Boston Red Sox at home. First pitch for Thursday’s game is 4:10 p.m. A Different Rays Team In the 2017 campaign, Tampa Bay was led on offense by Corey Dickerson, …

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Marlins Season Preview

It’s no surprise that the Miami Marlins had a less than desirable season last year. It’s old news, it’s relevant to the challenges that lay ahead for the organization. With new trades, new ownership and the team looking to improve on their 2017 record of 77-85 (.475), second place national …

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Former Gator Pitcher A.J. Puk Could need surgery

After being shut down last week with bicep soreness according to multiple reports, the Oakland A’s top prospect, A.J. Puk might need surgery. According to multiple reports, he was recommended by Dr. James Andrews to undergo Tommy John surgery. Puk reportedly had bicep soreness last week and concerns quickly arose that he …

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Twins and Red Sox: Practice and Precipitation

Turns out I wasn’t the only one living for updates on the J.D. Martinez chase this spring. Red Sox fans came out in droves to Hammond Stadium Saturday afternoon for a chance to snag an autograph and quick moment with the star right fielder. The Twins’ spring home opened its …

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J.D. Martinez is ready to go with the Boston Red Sox

Miami native J.D. Martinez is ditching the black and sedona red in Arizona for the white and red in Boston. Martinez, 30, finalized a $110 million, five-year contract on Monday with the Boston Red Sox. It was reported last week that the deal had already gone through, but the Red …

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