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MLB Recap: Braves Roll, Rays and Marlins Fall

The season might still be very young, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t a shortage of story lines for Major League Baseball. Sunday’s action added some plot twists. The Tampa Bay Rays (4-7) were cut down by the Boston Red Sox (7-4) 5 to 0 on Sunday at Fenway Park. …

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Sunday’s MLB recap

The Tampa Bay Rays went into Sunday’s series finale against the Cleveland Indians thinking about a possible sweep with reigning AL Cy Young winner David Price taking the mound. However, the Indians had other plans in mind spoiling the Rays day by taking the last game 13-0. Rays’ ace pitcher David …

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Thursday’s MLB Recap

Many teams in big league baseball wrapped up their first series of the season Thursday, with the Rays and Marlins both in action. The Rays were able to even up the series in their second game against Baltimore, but Chris Davis was once again too much for Rays pitchers as he struck early …

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Major League Baseball Opening Day preview

The Houston Astros gave baseball some early attention last night after taking down the Texas Rangers 8-2 to open the 2013 MLB regular season. New year, new logo, and a new league seemed to be the recipe for a whole new team for the Houston Astros. Bud Norris got the win for Houston, giving up five hits …

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Former Santa Fe Baseball Star Is Shining In Minors

Four years ago in Grand Junction, Colorado, the Santa Fe Saints baseball team was battling to become JUCO World Series champions.  One standout player, freshman center fielder Keon Broxton, helped the Saints earn the title of NJCAA national runners-up.  Batting .520 in the tournament, Broxton had 12 runs, 13 hits, five homers and 12 …

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