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Rays Take on Astros in Big Road Test

The Tampa Bay Rays travel to Houston to take on the Astros as they face a tough road test with five weeks to go in the regular season. Battle of Aces Both teams will send their top pitcher tonight as Charlie Morton gets the start for the Rays and Justin …

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The Stats Behind the MLB Hall of Fame 2019 Class

A crowd of 55,000 faithful baseball fans gathered on Sunday to see and hear the newest members of the Major League Baseball Hall of Fame. This was the second-largest ever recorded for the ceremony in Cooperstown. This record breaking crowd witnessed the enshrinement of some of the game’s greatest. Mike …

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Alonso Plays to Survive, Wins 2019 Derby Title

Cleveland’s Progressive Field welcomed 36,119 fans to witness nearly three hours of nonstop slugging in what might be the greatest power display in the event’s history. The field of eight power hitters drove a total of 312 home runs out of the park during Monday evening’s showing; making for a …

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Red Sox First Team in MLB to 80 Wins

Since the All-Star break, the Boston Red Sox have pulled away as the best and hottest team in baseball. Boston became the first team to 80 wins Tuesday night, coming from behind to win 10-7 in 10 innings in Toronto. https://twitter.com/MLB/status/1027028972301963264 “It’s really good,” Boston first baseman Mitch Moreland, who …

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Schwarz and Liput Selected on Day Two of MLB Draft

The second day of the MLB Draft was a busy one for the Florida baseball program. Florida 1B/C JJ Schwarz and 2B Deacon Liput were both selected on day two of the 2018 MLB Draft. Liput and Schwarz bring the number of Florida players picked in this year’s draft up …

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Former Gators Headed to Spring Training

Seventeen former Gator baseball players returned to McKethan Stadium Saturday night to play in the Alumni Scrimmage. A few others were also on hand to support their former school and teammates before gearing up for the 2018 MLB season and heading down to Spring Training. Harrison Bader Current St. Louis …

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Rays’ Playoff Dreams Shrinking

With a 15-23 record since the All-Star break, the Tampa Bay Rays are quickly moving themselves out of the playoff race. Before the All-Star Break Flashback to July 11th, Cory Dickerson was representing Tampa in his first All-Star appearance, and the Rays were looking like a viable playoff contender. At …

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