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Gainesville Native Andrew Miller Named ALCS MVP

On Wednesday night, Buchholz High School alum Andrew Miller joined Dennis Eckersley, Mariano Rivera and Koji Uehara as one of only four relievers to win an ALCS MVP. Miller was lights out in the American League Championship Series vs. Toronto, pitching 7 2/3 innings while giving up no runs, no walks, …

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Cubs Tie Up NLCS 2-2

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The Cubs scored a commanding road playoff victory against the Los Angeles Dodgers 10-2 on Wednesday night. Slow Start While the Cubs finished with plenty of runs, they didn’t get off to such a hot start. They were held hitless throughout the first three innings of Wednesday’s contest. That all changed …

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NLCS Thriller

After a big league high of 103 wins in the regular season, the Chicago Cubs have dug themselves into a little hole heading into Game 4 of the National League Championship Series. The Los Angeles Dodgers challenged the Cubs in all facets of the ball game and the Cubs just …

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NLDS Preview: Cubs vs. Giants & Dodgers vs. Nationals

The National League Division Series has no shortage of highly anticipated matchups, especially on the pitching side. Cubs v. Giants (Game 1 @ 9:00 p.m. EST) It’s the team that always wins in October versus the one that flames out. The Chicago Cubs have coasted through the regular season to …

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MLB Regular Season Ends Sunday, Wild Cards Still Undecided

This Sunday, the last regular season games of MLB will be played and the chase for the wild card spots will be decided. The races to win each division this year were not nearly as interesting as the bids for the wild card spots. The last team to clinch their division …

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National League Wild Card Race: 3-Team Tie

Tuesday’s Major League Baseball action showed the National League Wild Card race tightening. It evened into a three-way tie between the San Francisco Giants, New York Mets and St. Louis Cardinals. The Mets were at the top of the Wild Card position before Tuesday’s action with a record of 80-70, while …

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MLB Playoff Races Heat Up As Season Winds Down

As October approaches, and with it the promise of postseason baseball, many teams are still fighting in heated divisional and wild card races while others are well on their way to securing a spot in the playoffs. American League AL East Leaders: Boston (78-61) In the Hunt: Toronto (1 GB), …

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MLB Hunt for October

With under 30 games to play in the 2016 Major League Baseball season, three divisions are separated by five games or less, and both wild card spots are crapshoots with six AL teams within five games vying for that second spot, and four NL teams within four games. Let’s get …

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MLB National League Preview: Nationals, Marlins, Giants, Braves

Los Angeles Dodgers at Washington Nationals Tonight is appropriately “Dusty Baker Bobblehead Day” at Nationals Park as the Los Angeles Dodgers will play the Washington Nationals. Baker, the Nationals’ manager played for the Dodgers during his MLB career and won a championship with them in 1981. This is the first of a three-game series, with Scott …

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