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Bagwell Heading To Cooperstown

Former Houston Astros first baseman Jeff Bagwell has been selected to the Baseball Hall of Fame Class of 2017. Jeff Bagwell is 1 of 11 1B with 200 stolen bases since 1900. He has 449 HR (the other 10 have 549 HR combined). pic.twitter.com/jqXdTApAt3 — ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) …

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The MLB Winter Meetings Superlative Awards

The free agent class of 2017 is one of the most barren in recent years. The best starter is a 36 year old who was playing in Independent ball less than two years ago. The best bats were all seeking multi-year deals that would obviously become dead weight in two …

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Chris Sale Changing Sox

Over the summer, the Golden State Warriors went from being a powerhouse team with three of the top players in the league, to a team many didn’t think would be beat after adding Kevin Durant. This sounds a little familiar with the MLB and the Boston Red Sox. After making …

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Porcello and Scherzer Claim 2016 Cy Young Awards

The 2016 Cy Young Award winners were announced last night, with Rick Porcello claiming the award for the American League and Max Scherzer taking it home for the National League. This is Porcello’s first Cy Young Award and Scherzer’s second in the last four years. A Closer Look Porcello led …

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Gainesville’s Andrew Miller Lights Out for Indians

The New York Yankees’ may be shaking their heads over trading their relief pitcher to the Cleveland Indians.  Gainesville native Andrew Miller has become the face of the Indians en route to pitching nine scoreless innings this postseason. Currently in the ALCS Since the Yankees sent Miller to Cleveland for …

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Indians Sweep Red Sox, Face Blue Jays in ALCS

It’s the end of an era. David Ortiz laced up his cleats for the last time on Monday night, as his Boston Red Sox hosted the Cleveland Indians in Game 3 of the American League Division Series. Down 2-0 in the series, and facing elimination, Boston fell to Cleveland 4-3, …

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Boston Bids Farewell To Big Papi And Their Season

It was an unusual scenario at Fenway last night. The Cleveland Indians swept the Red Sox and clinched their spot in the American League Championship Series with a 4-3 win, but Boston fans were cheering after the game ended. After the Indians stormed the mound to celebrate their first ALCS …

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MLB Regular Season Ends Sunday, Wild Cards Still Undecided

This Sunday, the last regular season games of MLB will be played and the chase for the wild card spots will be decided. The races to win each division this year were not nearly as interesting as the bids for the wild card spots. The last team to clinch their division …

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MLB Playoff Races Heat Up As Season Winds Down

As October approaches, and with it the promise of postseason baseball, many teams are still fighting in heated divisional and wild card races while others are well on their way to securing a spot in the playoffs. American League AL East Leaders: Boston (78-61) In the Hunt: Toronto (1 GB), …

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