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2018 Baseball Hall of Fame Countdown: Jim Thome

The election results for the 2018 Baseball Hall of Fame ballot are being revealed on January 24th. Powerhouse Jim Thome enters his first year on the ballot with a chance to join Cooperstown. He may not have the reputation of Chipper Jones and others, however, he has a career full …

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Top Five MLB Offseason Free Agents

Even though we are in the midst of the 2017 postseason, it is never too early to look ahead to the offseason. The 2017-2018 offseason has a ton of players looking for their next home. Some of these players might be the final piece to making a team a contender …

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Will Giancarlo Stanton be Traded?

Stanton to be Traded?

There are plenty of rumors floating around about the potential trade of National League MVP Giancarlo Stanton. Earlier this year, the Miami Marlins were sold to former superstar Derek Jeter and Florida businessman Bruce Sherman. Since the new owners took over, they have been looking for ways to cut costs. …

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Former MLB Ace, Roy Halladay, Dies in Plane Crash

Roy Halladay, who pitched for the Toronto Blue Jays and Philadelphia Phillies, died when his plane crashed into the Gulf of Mexico on Tuesday. The two-time Cy Young Award winner retired from the MLB just four years ago. Halladay was 40. Statement from the Blue Jays organization on the tragic …

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New MLB Managers in Philly and DC

The Phillies and Nationals have announced their new managers: Gabe Kapler and Dave Martinez. Both of these names may be familiar to Tampa Bay Rays fans, because of their previous ties to the organization. Philadelphia Phillies Hire Gabe Kapler Kapler has worked as the director of player personnel for the …

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