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Stanton Receives Warm Welcome in Return to Miami, Yankees Win

First he waved his two fingers proudly in the air, then Giancarlo Stanton pounded his heart in appreciation of the standing ovation he got in his return to Miami. Stanton proceeded to smack a sharp single into left field in his first plate appearance of the game. In typical Stanton fashion, …

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Yankees Advance to ALCS

Following a 9-8 Game 2 loss in Cleveland, the chances of capturing championship number 28 looked bleak for the New York Yankees. Statistically speaking, getting to a Game 5 after being down 0-2 in a divisional series is a great accomplishment. Just 16 of the 78 teams to be down …

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The MLB Winter Meetings Superlative Awards

The free agent class of 2017 is one of the most barren in recent years. The best starter is a 36 year old who was playing in Independent ball less than two years ago. The best bats were all seeking multi-year deals that would obviously become dead weight in two …

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Cubs Take Game 2

The Chicago Cubs, who did not start the World Series with home-field advantage even thought they won nine more games then the Cleveland Indians, take Game 2 by a score of 5-1 to even the series at 1-1. One down. #FlyTheW pic.twitter.com/lrlKuvs07C — Chicago Cubs (@Cubs) October 27, 2016 The …

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Yankee Closer Aroldis Chapman Traded to Cubs

The New York Yankees and the Chicago Cubs finalized a deal on Monday that brings reliever Aroldis Chapman to the Cubs. By acquiring Chapman the Cubs have added a critical piece to their championship ambitions. Cubs president Theo Epstein says the Cubs pulled off this trade for one reason, to win a World …

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