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Indians Can’t Be Stopped; Win 21 Straight Games

As the MLB regular season begins to wind down in the month of September, most teams may be looking to snag a Wild Card spot or secure their spot in the standings. Meanwhile, the Cleveland Indians are busy securing themselves in history. With the team’s 5-3 victory over the Detroit Tigers …

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MLB Trade Deadline Approaching

The MLB trade deadline is fast approaching; here are some players and teams that could be active. Players Available Yu Darvish, Sonny Gray and Justin Verlander are a few of the big name pitchers being discussed in trade rumors. Darvish’s contract ends after this season. It would seem to make …

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AL Wild Card Preview

The Oakland Athletics (88-74) visit Kauffman Stadium Tuesday night for a one game playoff with the Kansas City Royals (89-73), who are making their first postseason appearance since 1985. The pitching matchup will feature a duo who has faced off many times before in their AL East days. Former Rays …

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White Sox Slug Rays, More In MLB Round-up

A day after seeing former Cy Young winner David Price give up eight runs in six innings, Rays rookie starter Jake Odorizzi was hoping to pick up the slack and deliver a solid start.  Unfortunately, the young right-hander was chased from the game for the second straight time before completing five …

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Tampa Bay sweep Oakland in weekend series

The Tampa Bay Rays (8-10) brought their brooms to Tropicana Field on Sunday after an 8-1 win over the Oakland Athletics (12-7) to complete a series sweep. The Rays won 8-3 on Friday and 1-0 on Saturday in the first two games of the series. Tampa Bay enjoyed a strong start …

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