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MLB AL East Preview

The MLB is back for the 2017 Regular Season Tampa Bay Rays The Tampa Bay rays finished the 2016 season with a record of 68-94. The team hasn’t had a winning season since 2013 and haven’t won a game in a playoff series since 2008. Manager Kevin Cash will enter his …

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Indians Pitching Continues To Dominate Toronto

Baseball history seems to remember bloody pitchers; Schilling’s bloody sock for the Red Sox back in Game 6 of the 2004 ALCS, and now they have Trevor Bauer’s bloody pinky in Game 3 of the 2016 ALCS. Except Schilling pitched seven innings giving up just one run, while Bauer was …

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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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AL East Pennant Race

With just 19 games left in the regular season, the AL East is currently closely contested with four teams within five games of the divisional leader. If the playoffs started today, it would feature three AL East teams—the division-leading Boston Red Sox and two wild card teams—the Toronto Blue Jays and Baltimore …

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