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Cora Back in Boston, Detroit Hires Hinch

Alex Cora is back in Boston. The Red Sox rehired their former manager on Friday. The Detroit Tigers added AJ Hinch as their new manager. Now, you might remember those names, and probably in a negative light. Cora and Hinch were two of the coaches involved in the Houston Astros …

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Correa Walks Off, Astros Force Game 6

With the score tied at three in the bottom of the ninth inning in a potential series-clinching game five of the American League Championship Series, Rays’ reliever Nick Anderson made a costly, and atypical, mistake with Carlos Correa at the plate. Anderson, who carried a 0.55 ERA through 16 1/3 …

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Oakland Athletics Are Down But Not Out

The Oakland Athletics coming into Wednesday’s game against the Houston Astros were down two games to none in a best of five series. Oakland’s hope of moving on to the ALCS remained alive after defeating Houston 9-7 after five runs late in the game. Athletics Started Strong Oakland took the …

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Eduardo Perez Talks MLB Playoffs

ESPN baseball analyst Eduardo Perez is enjoying the altered-version of the 2020 MLB playoffs. ALDS The MLB playoffs continue today as eight teams continue their search for a World Series title. The American League Division Series features both the Rays vs. the Yankees and the Astros versus the A’s. The …

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Astros, Athletics Face Off In Game 2 of ALDS

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After losing their final 3 games of the regular season, the Astros have flipped a page, going undefeated in their first three games played thus far in the postseason. Their momentum was kickstarted with a sweep of the Twins in their wildcard series with back-to-back wins. They didn’t lose any …

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