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WCWS Preview: Gators Try to Avoid Elimination

After a long Game 1 in the Women’s College World Series Championship, the Florida Gators and the Oklahoma Sooners are back at it tonight. Monday night’s game was the longest game in championship series history and Florida’s history. The game was 17 innings long, lasting five hours and twenty-eight minutes. During the game, …

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Gator Softball Heading to Championship Series

The Florida Gator softball team is heading to the Women’s College World Series Championship Series after a 5-2 victory over the Washington Huskies on Sunday. The Gators are now 13-2 in the WCWS since 2014. https://twitter.com/GatorsSB/status/871446522293960704 Recap Delanie Gourley started in the circle for the Gators on Sunday. Gourley only allowed …

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NCAA Baseball Regionals Have SEC, State of Florida Flavor

With NCAA Division I conference baseball tournaments now over, it is time for NCAA Regionals to begin this weekend.  The regional hosts and teams playing in them were announced over the weekend. 16 teams will host regionals and with four teams at each site, a total of 64 teams will begin …

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MLB and Players Union Reach Agreement on New CBA

Coming out of a fairy tale ending to the 2016 Major League Baseball season, the Chicago Cubs defeated all odds and the Cleveland Indians in Game 7 of the World Series. Before the carriage turned into a pumpkin, Major League Baseball and the players union agreed on a five-year collective bargaining agreement …

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Chicago Cubs Dreams Come True!

Once upon a time, there was a baseball team called the Chicago Cubs, who dreamed of the day they would win another World Series Championship.  On Wednesday that dream came true as the Chicago Cubs are now the reigning world champions after beating the Cleveland Indians in Game 7 after …

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The End of the Drought and the Beginning of a New Era: The Chicago Cubs are World Series Champions

Michael Martinez grounded it to third where Kris Bryant gloved it, threw it to Anthony Rizzo, and the game was over. That was the play that ended it all, and the Chicago Cubs were World Series Champions for the first time in 108 years. History. #FlyTheW pic.twitter.com/S8vVDYA87T — Chicago Cubs (@Cubs) …

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A Gator Grad and a Gainesville Native Star in World Series Finale

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In what some are calling the greatest game of baseball ever played, two players have ties to the Gainesville area. Andrew Miller,  a Gainesville native and Buchholz High School graduate, who is a relief pitcher for the Cleveland Indians and David Ross, a catcher for the Chicago Cubs who played …

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