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Former Gator Pitcher A.J. Puk Could need surgery

After being shut down last week with bicep soreness according to multiple reports, the Oakland A’s top prospect, A.J. Puk might need surgery. According to multiple reports, he was recommended by Dr. James Andrews to undergo Tommy John surgery. Puk reportedly had bicep soreness last week and concerns quickly arose that he …

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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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