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Pro Football Hall of Famer is Michigan Radio Analyst

Dan Dierdorf started his remarkable career as a Michigan Wolverine. Dierdorf was a first-team All-American and an All-Big Ten Conference player. More recently, dual Hall of Famer in both college and Pro. Once retired from the NFL, he couldn’t stay away from the game. Diedorf went on to work as …

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Former Gator Harrison Bader Slides into the MLB in A Big Way

Could this be the year for Gator baseball and former Gator baseball players to succeed? Well, after grabbing their first national championship last month in Omaha, there’s no doubt 2017 is year for the Gator Baseball team. However, there is proof Florida’s success could rubbing off on their former players. …

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Cardinals Top Cubs in Season Opener

Excitement filled the air as the opening weekend in Major League Baseball was set to begin. Fresh off a 2016 World Series championship and first title since 1908, the Chicago Cubs were eager to start the 2017 season with a victory. Yet, thanks to their division rival St. Louis Cardinals, the Cubs …

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National League Wild Card Race Down to Three Teams

The MLB regular season is in its final week and three teams remain in the National League Wild Card race. The New York Mets (85-74) and the San Francisco Giants (83-75) currently hold the two wild card spots, while the St. Louis Cardinals (82-76) try to fight their way in. The …

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MLB Wild Card Race Coming to a Close

The MLB regular season is rapidly coming to a close. With nearly all the division pennants claimed except for the AL East, teams now must look to the wild card if they have hopes of reaching the postseason. Twelve teams will compete for the four remaining Wild Card spots, as there are just six …

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National League Wild Card Race Heading Toward a Heated Finish

With just nine teams left in the National League wild card race, three lead their divisions, three are tied for the wild card spots, and three are trying to push into a spot themselves. But just a week and a half remains of the regular season. The three division leaders — the Washington Nationals, Chicago Cubs …

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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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ESPN’S Sutcliffe on MLB Wild Card Race and Tebow

As the regular season draws to a close, ESPN’s Major League Baseball Analyst Rick Sutcliffe joined “SportScene” with Steve Russel Tuesday to talk about the MLB Wild Card Race and Tim Tebow. Sutcliffe initially opposed the Wild Card but has since turned around to enjoy the idea.  With the season …

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Marlins Look To Start A Serious Playoff Push

The Miami Marlins are playing good baseball right now. Miami defeated Philadelphia yesterday 11-1, helped by an early Giancarlo Stanton home run that manager Don Mattingly says helped the team take a lead early. Marlins pitcher Adam Conley had an impressive game by pitching 6 2/3 innings without giving up a run. The Marlins won’t have …

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Miami Marlins Look to Bounce Back Against the Phillies

After back-to-back shutout losses–their first back-to-back losses since the end of June–, the Miami Marlins (53-46) will be looking to bounce back tonight. The Marlins will face the Philadelphia Phillies (46-55) in the second game of a three-game series. The Marlins fell 4-0 last night to the Phillies. Miami pitcher Jarred Cosart, who was …

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