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Rays Start Off Three-Game Series With A Great Win

On Monday night, the Tampa Bay Rays (66-67) locked in a win against the Kansas City Royals (64-66), 12-0. Not much to say other than good team win. #RaysWin RECAP // https://t.co/JGNzmL8oZu pic.twitter.com/MgwbLxtnET — Tampa Bay Rays (@RaysBaseball) August 29, 2017 Game Recap The Rays came out to play a …

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Miami Marlins Lose First Game of Long Road Trip

The Marlins played their first of a nine-game road trip when they visited the Seattle Mariners yesterday. After a tough inning out of the gates for Miami starting pitcher Tom Koehler, the Marlins played catch up for the rest of the evening. Mariners starter Ariel Miranda, equipped with an early cushion, closed …

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Braves Can’t Top Mets On Opening Day

After a disappointing 68-93 record last year, the Braves started 2017 on a similar note. The team traveled to Citi Field for an afternoon match up with the New York Mets and their ace of pitching staff, Noah Syndergaard. For the Braves, Julio Teherán was on the mound. The game remained …

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Rays Hit New Records In Spring Training

Although it is only Spring training, the Tampa Bay Rays are off to a good start to say the least. Since it is Spring Training, the results of these games do not usually matter, but they can set up for what is expected in the regular season. The team begins the spring season …

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Cubs Return To The Mound to Start Spring Training

The Chicago Cubs are returning to the mound for the first time since winning the World Series. With the spring-training season upon us, the team enters Sloan Park to begin the work for the upcoming season. After guiding the team to its first World Series win since 1909, Cubs manager Joe …

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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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Giants Defeat Mets 3-0 in NL Wild Card Game

The San Francisco Giants are moving on to the National League Division Series after a 3-0 victory over the New York Mets Wednesday night in the National League Wild Card game. The game featured a pitching duel between Giants starter Madison Bumgarner and the Mets’ Noah Syndergaard. Both starters did not allow …

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