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American League Championship Series Tied heading into Game 3

With the series tied 1-1, Game 3 of the American League Championship Series continues tonight in Houston.  The defending champs took Game 1 of the series with a 7-2 victory over the Red Sox. In Game 1 the Red Sox pitching staff struggled, walking nine and hitting three batters. In Game 2 …

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ALCS Preview: Astros remain favorites despite Red Sox’s home-field advantage

Arguably the two best teams in baseball are now going to clash in the American League Championship Series. When the Boston Red Sox (108-54) and Houston Astros (103-59) meet in the ALCS, two heavyweight teams will play for the chance to represent the AL in the World Series. The Red …

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Dodgers win: Return to the Nation League Championship Series

The Los Angeles Dodgers defeated the Atlanta Braves in Game 4 of the NLDS yesterday 6-2. The Dodgers advance to their third straight appearance in the National League Championship Series. In several points throughout the 2018, season it looked as though the Dodgers might not make it back to the …

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Milwaukee Brewers Defeat Chicago Cubs in National League Tie Breaker

It was an unusual day for Major League Baseball yesterday there were not one, but two regular-season tiebreaker games played. Both of these games determining two division champions. In the National League Central division tie-breaker the Milwaukee Brewers (96-67) defeated the Chicago Cubs (95-68) with a score of 3-1 in …

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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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New-Look Evil Empire Marching into 2018

The nine-year-long chapter of Joe Girardi as manager of the New York Yankees has officially ended.  Girardi’s contract was never renewed, and instead New York signed former player Aaron Boone to fill his shoes. Boone has yet to prove his abilities as manager, but he has remained a student of …

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Feature Story: Michael Byrne

The 2017 Florida Gator Baseball team had talent. Enough talent to make history for Florida’s baseball program over 103 seasons, 14 SEC championships and 11 College World Series appearances. Last season, Florida finally won their first College World Series. The guy on the mound for most of the post-game celebrations of …

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Houston Astros Win First World Series

The MLB season ended with a historic game 7. The Houston Astros took home there first title win after beating the Los Angeles Dodgers 5-1. While the Astros are celebrating their victory, the Dodgers are already looking forward to getting back to work. FOR THE FIRST TIME IN FRANCHISE HISTORY, …

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