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Home Runs at a Record Pace in MLB

The number of home runs hit this season is the big talk going around Major League Baseball. Just by looking at these stats, you can see why home runs are the talk in the league. Slugging for Records Christian Yelich is on pace for 60 home runs, even though he …

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Baseball Hall of Fame Inducts Four New Members

The votes are in. The newest members of the Baseball Hall of Fame are final. Four new members will be joining a very exclusive club. Third Baseman Chipper Jones, First Baseman Jim Thome, Outfielder Vladimir Guerrero and Pitcher Trevor Hoffman were the finalists who received the most votes. What It …

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Baseball HOF Class to Be Announced

The latest group to be immortalized in Cooperstown will be announced today at 6 p.m. Among the players that are expected to get inducted is Chipper Jones, Vladamir Guerrero, and Jim Thome. On The Fence Although Jones, Guerrero, and Thome are virtual locks to be inducted, there are some players …

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MLB Home Run Record On Cusp of Being Broken

Major League Baseball’s home run record for homers in a season could very well be broken this season. Thanks in part to a few sluggers, namely New York Yankee rookie Aaron Judge and Miami Marlins powerhouse Giancarlo Stanton, 2017 is the year of the home run. The total for home runs …

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Giancarlo Stanton Adds 50th Homer to MVP Resume

Miami Marlins baseball has been relatively dreadful over the past couple of years, but the fans had something to celebrate Sunday night when Giancarlo Stanton began to circle the diamond, becoming MLB’s newest player to reach 50-home runs. STANTON IS THE KEY Stanton not only got his 50th homer, but …

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Looking Ahead to the 2018 Baseball Hall Of Fame Class

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After the voting dust settled, the baseball Hall of Fame has three new members in Jeff Bagwell, Tim Raines, and Ivan Rodriguez.  While this year’s voting may have concluded, it is never too early to look ahead at what next year’s class might bring. Almost there At the end of the …

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“Steroid” Players Should Be in the Hall of Fame

Before you guys get all over me about allowing steroid players to get into Cooperstown, just hear me out. My Ballot Jeff Bagwell (.297, .948 OPS, 449 HRs, 1529 RBIs) Barry Bonds (.298, 1.051 OPS, 762 HRs, 1996 RBIs) Roger Clemens (3.13 ERA, 354 Ws, 4672 SOs, 1.173 WHIP) Vladimir …

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Marlins Blow 6-Run Lead, Look for Improvement from Stanton Against Mets

This past week has been peppered with both wins and losses for the Miami Marlins, but they sit third in the National League East standings, behind the New York Mets and the Washington Nationals. In the first game of the series against the Mets, the Marlins blew an early six-run …

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No Player Elected To Baseball Hall Of Fame

For only the eighth time since the Baseball Writers’ Association of America began inducting players into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1936, no players have been inducted into this year’s class.  The last time no player was elected into the Hall of Fame was in 1996. Former Houston Astro Craig …

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