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Hall of Fame Pitcher, Tom Seaver, Dies at 75

Hall of Fame pitcher, Tom Seaver passed away at the age of 75. One of the world’s most right-handed dominate pitcher of his time. Seaver played for four different professional teams during his MLB career. Played professional baseball for 20 years,  drafted in 1967 and retired 1986. Arguably the best …

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Florida Sports Roundup

Florida sports Lightning win

Wednesday is a busy day for Florida professional sports. There are five teams in action across four different sports. In addition, several teams played on Tuesday. Florida baseball teams seek series wins Yesterday, the Tampa Bay Rays (20-11) beat the Baltimore Orioles with a solid pitching performance by Tyler Glasnow. …

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Rays Win Series Over Yankees

The 2020 MLB season is still young, but a total of 27 games have already been postponed. COVID-19 has affected 11 teams and counting. On a positive note, MLB was successfully able to see the completion of multiple series and games this past first full week of August. The New …

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MLB celebrates Jackie Robinson Day

April 15, 1947. It’s one of the most important dates in the history of Major League Baseball. 73 years ago, Jackie Robinson made his debut with the Brooklyn Dodgers. In doing so, he became the first African-American ballplayer in the MLB. Each year on April 15, players celebrate Jackie Robinson Day …

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Pete Alonso Making the Most Out of Extra Time

With the offseason going into extra innings, former Gator and Mets’ first baseman Pete Alonso is making the most out of his added time. Opening Day was originally on Thursday.  However, the coronavirus outbreak has postponed the return of baseball.  Major League Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred gave an update on …

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