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Out In the Wild: Rays Look To Survive Against A’s

Welcome to Major League Baseball in October. Last night’s Wild Card round between the Nationals and Brewers illustrated just how dramatic post-season baseball can be. Now, with one Wild Card game played, it’s time for the Rays and A’s to show that small-market teams can play baseball. Spitting Image It’s …

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Juan Soto Sends Nationals To NLDS

The stage was set. The Washington Nationals and Milwaukee Brewers would kick off the MLB postseason in the NL Wild Card, where neither franchise had ever been. In the end, 20-year-old Juan Soto would make all the difference. The Nats Take It Things were looking pretty grim for Max Scherzer …

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The Brewers and Nationals Kick Off the MLB Playoffs

The Milwaukee Brewers and Washington Nationals kick off the 2019 MLB Playoffs tonight. Both teams are going head-to-head in the National League Wild Card game. The Brewers finished second in the NL Central, while the Nationals also finished second in the NL East.  The game is being hosted in Washington …

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2019 MLB Playoff Picture

The 2019 MLB Postseason bracket has now been finalized. Thanks to the Cardinals clinch of the National League Central, the playoff picture is now established. With the Red Sox missing out on a playoff spot this year, a new champion will be named. The postseason will be starting Tuesday, with …

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Kansas City Royals’ Manager Ned Yost Steps Down

The Kansas City Royals announced that manager Ned Yost will be stepping down at the conclusion of the season. This announcement was released via Twitter on Monday after the team’s defeat against the Minnesota Twins that put their 2019 record at 57-100. This loss marked the second season in a …

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Tampa Bay Rays Trying to Hold Wildcard Spot

After Monday’s victory over the Red Sox, the Rays currently hold the second Wild Card spot in AL. Comeback Win Keeps Them In Front See you next year, Boston. #RaysWin! FINAL: #Rays 7, Red Sox 4 pic.twitter.com/5QHF5n03Zc — Tampa Bay Rays (@RaysBaseball) September 24, 2019 The Rays could not get …

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