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MLB Opening Day

Following an opening night game between the St. Louis Cardinals and Chicago Cubs, Major League Baseball’s opening day will consist of 14 games throughout today. In the American league, Tampa Bay’s home opener against the Baltimore Orioles will begin when Rays’ pitcher Chris Archer takes the mound. The Rays’ spring …

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Season Preview: Miami Marlins

The Miami Marlins made one of the biggest splashes this off season with the acquisitions of second baseman Dee Gordon, first baseman Mike Morse, outfielder Ichiro Suzuki, and pitchers Mat Latos, Dan Haren and David Phelps. Not to mention the 13-year, $325 million extension for superstar outfielder Giancarlo Stanton. The Marlins are …

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Joe Maddon is now a Chicago Cub

A press conference has announced at the Cubby Bear Bar in Chicago that Joe Maddon is officially hired as the new manager for the Chicago Cubs franchise. Maddon agreed on a five year, $25 million deal in attempts to take the Cubs to their first World Series victory in decades. Maddon has …

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AL Wild Card Preview

The Oakland Athletics (88-74) visit Kauffman Stadium Tuesday night for a one game playoff with the Kansas City Royals (89-73), who are making their first postseason appearance since 1985. The pitching matchup will feature a duo who has faced off many times before in their AL East days. Former Rays …

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Rays Fall to the Yankees

The Tampa Bay Rays lost to the Yankees Wednesday night 3-2 in Tropicana Field, causing the Rays to miss out on their chance at a series sweep. Rays pitcher Alex Cobb gave one of his worst performances in a long time. He had previously given up less than three runs …

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Marlins Blank Braves, More in MLB Roundup

Behind a dominant performance from Jose Fernandez, the Miami Marlins shutout the Atlanta Braves 9-0 on Tuesday. Fernandez pitched eight innings giving up two hits, and striking out eight, while picking up his fourth win of the season. Fernandez’s earned run average is now 1.59 which ranks him fifth in …

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White Sox Slug Rays, More In MLB Round-up

A day after seeing former Cy Young winner David Price give up eight runs in six innings, Rays rookie starter Jake Odorizzi was hoping to pick up the slack and deliver a solid start.  Unfortunately, the young right-hander was chased from the game for the second straight time before completing five …

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MLB Weekend Round Up

The Miami Marlins (11-14) took the field Sunday against the New York Mets looking for their first road series win of the year. Unfortunately for Mike Redmond and his squad, pitcher Dillon Gee for New York brought his A game, striking out six in eight shutout innings, allowing only three …

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Tampa Bay Rays and Miami Marlins Continue Season

The Miami Marlins and the Tampa Bay Rays are having to come back from losses as they begin play this weekend. The Rays lost 9-7 to Minnesota to drop their record to 10-12 and the Marlins fell to 10-12 after losing to Atlanta 3-1.  Marlins starting pitcher Nathan Eovaldi said he thought he …

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