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Pete Alonso is Ready to Play

While many opt-out, former Gator and Mets first baseman Pete Alonso is here to play. Last week, MLB summer camp got underway. Alonso and the Mets prepare to compete in the National League East in 2020 and get back in the postseason. There are few players as excited to get …

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Dusty Baker hopeful about Astros

Astros Manager Dusty Baker

Former Nationals manager Dusty Baker signed with the Houston Astros in late January in the midst of the Astros scandal. Less than a month later, Baker is feeling optimistic about his new team. Ready to focus on baseball Dusty Baker addressed the media and said he is ready to focus …

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Mets look to improve for upcoming 2020 season during Spring Training

With the MLB season starting back-up soon, the New York Mets are in good spirits and hoping for a successful upcoming 2020 season. Spring Training is just the beginning. Improvement at all costs The Mets have made adjustments to their roster by parting ways with their longest-tenured player, Juan Lagares. …

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Miami Marlins: New Season, Similar Feeling in 2019

The Miami Marlins begin the 2019 season with a brand new look to the branding and team — again. On rebuild mode, Miami hosts the Colorado Rockies on the earliest Opening Day ever. Dominican José Ureña is expected to start on the mound and lead the hungry, young core into …

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MLB Pennant Races As Close As Ever

With only a little over a week left in the MLB regular season, the playoff picture is still a little fuzzy. Only the Cleveland Indians have clinched their division, and the Boston Red Sox have clinched a playoff spot. American League The AL East is pretty much decided with the …

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Stanton Receives Warm Welcome in Return to Miami, Yankees Win

First he waved his two fingers proudly in the air, then Giancarlo Stanton pounded his heart in appreciation of the standing ovation he got in his return to Miami. Stanton proceeded to smack a sharp single into left field in his first plate appearance of the game. In typical Stanton fashion, …

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