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Gators’ Langworthy Signs with Tigers

We got a Gator going pro. Gators baseball outfielder Austin Langworthy signed with the Detroit Tigers as an undrafted free agent. Langworthy opted to go pro despite the extra year of eligibility. When on WRUF’s the Sportscene, Langworthy had not heard from the Tigers at all until he received an …

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WE GOT BASEBALL

After weeks and weeks of back-and-forth, it looks like there will be baseball. Both sides were able to come to an agreement and a re-modified 2020 baseball season is underway. What’s this new season going to look like? Will all the players return? When will the first pitch be on …

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MLB Players Get Ready to Report to Training Camps; Some Athletes Opt Out of Playing

Recently, MLB approved a plan to restart their season. And while this may seem like the perfect news, some players are not very excited. With so many uncertainties brought by the coronavirus, some players have decided to opt out of playing. Washington Nationals infielder Ryan Zimmerman and pitcher Joe Ross …

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Baseball is Back! For Real!

Rays win in extras through Choi walk-off.

One hundred and four days. Fourteen weeks. That’s how it has been since baseball was shut down. In six days, it’s back. Late Tuesday night, MLB and the player’s association finalized health-and-safety protocols, officially ending labor talks. Baseball is back! The Rays went on twitter to announce the news in …

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No Deal: Imposed MLB Season To Come

On Monday evening, the MLBPA rejected MLB’s 60-game proposal to start the season. All negotiating is over. Manfred and the owners agreed to impose a season shortly after. The vote to reject the owner’s proposal wan an overwhelming “no.” The vote? 33 to 5. One of the bigger factors in …

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MLB Negotiations Drag On…and on

The NBA has a plan approved to return to play. The NHL has a plan approved to return to play. The MLB… well the negotiations continue on. After the MLB Players Association flatly rejected the owners bid for a 60-game season earlier this week, there is a growing fear that …

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Where are you MLB?

Another day goes by and still no decision as to when the 2020 MLB season will start. It has been nearly three months since we said a temporary goodbye to spring training, and now fans and players are growing restless waiting for a decision to be made. MLB’s new proposal …

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Long Gone Summer: Reflecting on McGwire/Sosa Home Run Chase of 1998

Two ferocious sluggers battling it out in the baseball record books. A storied season highlighted by roaring round-trippers, later tainted by the presence of performance-enhancing drugs. This is the scene painted by ESPN’s newest 30 for 30: “Long Gone Summer,” which premiered on Sunday. While baseball is on hiatus, fans …

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MLB Return to Play Still Uncertain

It seems like a never-ending carousel ride. The negotiations between Major League Baseball and the Player’s Association have finally seemed to come to a halt. This comes after the league’s latest proposal on Saturday was once again rejected by the MLBPA. The Players’ Association will not make a counteroffer. They …

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Who Will Break the Home Run Record?

Records are meant to be broken, they say; that goes for the home run records especially. Babe Ruth hit 60 home runs in 1927. Roger Maris hit 61 in ’61. McGwire (70) and Sosa (66) battled for the record in 1998. Barry Bonds is now the man on top after …

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