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NLCS Preview: Game 3

The series shifts from the “Windy City” to the “City of Angels” for Game 3 of the NLCS. The Chicago Cubs (103-58) are taking on the Los Angeles Dodgers (91-71) in a seven game series currently tied at one a piece.  After the Cubs dominated the Dodgers in Game 1, winning by a …

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Dodgers Beat Cubs to Tie Up NLCS

On Tuesday, the Chicago Cubs will travel to Los Angeles to take on the Dodgers in Game 3 of the National League Championship Series. Things were looking good for the Cubs, whose home-field advantage helped them get an 8-4 win over the Dodgers in Game 1 on Saturday. In Game 2 however, Dodgers ace Clayton …

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MLB Preview: Giants Force Game 4, Look to Push Past Cubs

October baseball never fails to be exciting. With their season at stake, the San Francisco Giants forced a Game 4 against the Chicago Cubs thanks to a wild walk-off win. After a thrilling 13-inning ride and a five-hour game, both teams return to the diamond tonight. The Cubs look to advance to the NLCS, while …

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Giants Survive Possible Cubs Sweep

The San Francisco Giants snatched a win Monday night to extend their season after a five-hour game to taper the Chicago Cubs’ lead in the NLDS. Giant’s Joe Panik hit a long double to deep right off Mike Montgomery in the 13th inning to send Brandon Crawford, who was stuck at second base, home.  The …

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NLDS Preview: Giants and Cubs Shift to San Francisco for Game 3

The Chicago Cubs and the San Francisco Giants are two games deep in the NLDS that continues today at AT&T Park. So far, it has been all Cubs. Friday’s final score was 1-0 in favor of Chicago, with Saturday’s win being of the 5-2 variety. The Cubs had a league-best 103-58 regular season …

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NLDS Preview: Cubs vs. Giants & Dodgers vs. Nationals

The National League Division Series has no shortage of highly anticipated matchups, especially on the pitching side. Cubs v. Giants (Game 1 @ 9:00 p.m. EST) It’s the team that always wins in October versus the one that flames out. The Chicago Cubs have coasted through the regular season to …

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MLB 2016 Regular Season Ends

2,428 games later and the 2016 Major League Baseball regular season is over. On Sunday afternoon, three of the four wild card spots were decided for the MLB playoffs. The Orioles (BAL 5, NYY 2), Giants (SF 7, LAD 1), and Blue Jays (TOR 2, BOS 1) all won Game …

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MLB Hunt for October

With under 30 games to play in the 2016 Major League Baseball season, three divisions are separated by five games or less, and both wild card spots are crapshoots with six AL teams within five games vying for that second spot, and four NL teams within four games. Let’s get …

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Jake Arrieta No-Hits Reds in Historic Performance

Dominance can be shown in many forms on the baseball diamond. For Chicago Cubs’ ace Jake Arrieta, he prefers to show it on the mound with zero after zero put up on the scoreboard. For the second time in his last 11 regular season starts, Arrieta has thrown a no-hitter. …

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