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Former Gator David Eckstein Gets a New Job With His Brother

Former Gator and major league infielder David Eckstein will be in the front office for the Pittsburgh Pirates. Eckstein will serve as a special assistant for baseball operations for the organization. For Eckstein, this job has sentimental value because he gets to work with his brother, Rick, who is a …

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Damage Done: David Price Exorcises Postseason Demons with World Series Performance

The David Price 2018 Redemption Tour hit its final stop on Sunday night in Los Angeles. After a career that had been defined up to this year by failure in the postseason, David Price exorcized all of those October demons this World Series. Dominant David In two starts, both Red …

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Clayton Kershaw: Staying in L.A. or Walking Away?

The Los Angeles Dodgers lost the World Series to the Boston Red Sox 5-1 on Sunday night. But there’s a chance they could lose something else – lefty pitcher Clayton Kershaw. What is Kershaw Thinking? Kershaw’s current deal with the Dodgers pays out nearly $70 million over the next two …

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Can Red Sox Get Closer to Sealing the Deal? : World Series Game 3 Preview

The Red Sox are two games away from sweeping the Dodgers for the title. The 2018 World Series is headed to Dodger Stadium for Game 3. Back to work. #WorldSeries pic.twitter.com/njEvGc0cXN — Boston Red Sox (@RedSox) October 26, 2018 Red Sox Continue to Do Damage After a win on Wednesday …

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World Series Game 2: Boston takes 2-0 series lead by capitalizing on mistakes

It was a wild and tension-filled night at Fenway Park, where the Boston Red Sox hosted the Los Angeles Dodgers in Game 2 of the World Series. Already up 1-0 in the series, the Red Sox pulled out a win on Wednesday night due to some costly mistakes by the …

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Chris Sale vs. Clayton Kershaw World Series Pitching Matchup Fizzles Out

Coming into Game 1 of the World Series, two elite pitchers in Chris Sale and Clayton Kershaw had the potential to showcase some of the top talents in the MLB on the biggest stage. Instead, the offense for the Boston Red Sox and Los Angeles Dodgers showed up big-time, and …

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