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Aaron Judge should make spring training debut soon, per Yankees

New York Yankee’s right fielder Aaron Judge could possibly make his Spring Training debut next week. Shoulder soreness The 27-year-old had not swung a bat in spring training until recently. The team has kept him on close watch as he recovers from what they are calling right shoulder soreness. Although, …

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St. Francis Beat Minutemen, Notch First Win of the Season

The St Francis Catholic Academy baseball team defeated the Countryside Christian Minutemen, 4-3. The win was the first of the year for the Wolves, who improve to 1-2. The Minutemen fall to 2-1 with the loss. Pitchers’ Duel Both teams’ pitchers put up great numbers, but were also both inconsistent. …

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Brewers Looking to Rebound in 2020 Season

Last season, optimism was high for the Milwaukee Brewers heading into 2019. Fresh off an appearance in the National League Championship Series a year prior, the Brewers were striving for a World Series title. While they didn’t accomplish this feat, the season wasn’t a total washout, as the Brewers still …

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Angels are retooled and hopeful heading into 2020 season

Los Angeles Angels' Mike Trout, left, and Shohei Ohtani watch batting practice during spring training baseball practice, Monday, Feb. 17, 2020, in Tempe, Ariz. (AP Photo/Darron Cummings)

Mike Trout. Anthony Rendon. Shohei Ohtani. The Los Angeles Angels are not lacking star power. They have perhaps the best player ever leading their team, along with one of the best third basemen in the MLB and a new-age Babe Ruth. Yes. pic.twitter.com/ZJI2yqprot — Los Angeles Angels (@Angels) February 19, …

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Dodgers ready to move on

Despite learning that the Astros cheated in the 2017 World Series to win, the Dodgers are ready to focus on the season ahead. Dodgers enter season with high expectations Pitchers and catchers have practiced for about a week now as more position players join them to prepare for their first …

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Gators Ranked High in SEC Preseason Baseball Poll

The 29th annual preseason SEC ranking were released on Thursday, and the Florida Gators were picked to finish second in the SEC. SEC Ranking Vanderbilt enters the 2020 NCAA Baseball season ranked number one in the SEC East with 9 votes. Coming off a National Championship, the Commodores look to …

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Betts and Price headline blockbuster deal between Dodgers and Red Sox

Last night, the Red Sox and Dodgers agreed to a blockbuster trade that included Mookie Betts, David Price and Alex Verdugo. That trade has rocked the baseball landscape. Details of the trade Three teams and five players are involved in this trade. In exchange for Betts and Price, young outfielder …

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The Gators Ace eyes his returns to the Mound

The Florida Gators baseball season is right around the corner. The countdown has begun to witness star-pitcher Jack Leftwich return to the mound. Leftwich suffered a blister injury on his pitching hand last spring, causing him to miss a lengthy amount of time in the regular season that ended up …

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Keep Dreamin’: Orlando’s Potential MLB Franchise

The City Beautiful may soon be looking to add its name to the other 27 cities in the United States that have a Major League Baseball franchise. The team would be called the Orlando Dreamers. Help show Major League Baseball Orlando is Ready https://t.co/795lKpvZjv — Orlando Dreamers (@OrlandoDreamers) November 20, …

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National and American League award winners

The West Coast took home all the glory in the Major League Baseball awards ceremony after Cody Bellinger of the Los Angeles Dodgers and Mike Trout of the Los Angeles Angels were named the most valuable players of their respective leagues Thursday night. National League Apart from Bellinger, finalists for …

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