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AL Wild Card: Rays Win, Retain Lead

Rays win, retain AL Wild Card lead

It took extra innings, but the Tampa Bay Rays got the job done against the Texas Rangers to retain a 1.5-game lead over the Oakland A’s in the AL Wild Card. The Rays have now won six straight. Took extras, took the first in TEX. #RaysUp RECAP // https://t.co/f1GTDsYQ9A pic.twitter.com/TE5QoMQj0d …

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AL Wild Card Race Heats Up

With just over a month left in the 2019 MLB season, the AL Wild Card race is heating up. The AL is incredibly top-heavy this season, with the New York Yankees and Houston Astros in firm control of the top two seeds. However, behind the Yanks and ‘Stros, it gets …

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Astros’ Deadline Acquisition of Zack Greinke Shifts Power in American League

Leading up to the 4 p.m. deadline, it didn’t appear there were going to be any signature moves that could change the outlook of both leagues. However, that changed within a flash. Right before the deadline hit, the Houston Astros made a deal to bring in Arizona Diamondbacks ace Zack …

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Rays’ losing skid continues while Marlins flirt with perfection

The Tampa Bay Rays and Miami Marlins have been eerily similar as of late. Both teams have been struggling, with the Rays’ struggles being more prominent. The Rays’ losing skid has them sliding down the postseason standings as their playoff chances look more and more like dreams. On the other …

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Chuck Jeroloman Hired As Assistant UF Baseball Coach

Chuck Jeroloman Joins UF Baseball Staff Head Coach of the UF Baseball team Kevin O’Sullivan stated Wednesday that former USF Assistant Coach Chuck Jeroloman is joining the staff. Jeroloman was the lead assistant coach for the USF Bulls the previous two seasons. Jeroloman is an established coach in college baseball …

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MLB Shows Support for David Ortiz After Being Shot in D.R.

Red Sox legend David Ortiz was shot at a bar in the Dominican Republic on Sunday, June 9th. After spending the night at the hospital in Santo Domingo, he flew to Boston the following evening for a second surgery. The flight was chartered by the Boston Red Sox organization and …

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