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MLB Opening Day Finally Here

It took several weeks of agonizing back-and-forth talks, but baseball is finally here, and so is Opening Day! Amid a global pandemic, the sport known for its drawn-out and lengthy season, will play full-speed ahead. Two big match-ups will grace our screens tonight: Yankees vs. Nationals, and Dodgers vs. Giants. …

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Return of MLB Gets Shaky

The hopes were MLB and the MLBPA would find an agreement this week. So far, it hasn’t happened. Comments by the players haven’t helped either. The war over dollars has instilled fear in many that there won’t be a baseball season this year. While some players returned for voluntary practice, …

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World Series On the Line Tonight

Game 6 of the World Series was everything one could ask for from a baseball game. It was an entertaining and fierce match that doubts the idea of baseball being sluggish. The series is tied 3-3 and Washington Nationals pitcher Max Scherzer is on the mound tonight against the Houston …

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Nationals Set for World Series

Despite the chaos that always consumes Washington, D.C., there is something D.C. residents can get excited for: baseball. The Washington Nationals have gone from wild card team to postseason darlings through the month of October. On Tuesday night, the Nationals will play in their first ever World Series game. It’s …

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