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David Ross After Baseball

David Ross started his baseball career in 1996 with the Auburn University Tigers where he played until 1998. He then transferred to the University of Florida and became one of the few players to attend a College World Series with two different teams.   After college, Ross was drafted to …

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Baseball HOF Class to Be Announced

The latest group to be immortalized in Cooperstown will be announced today at 6 p.m. Among the players that are expected to get inducted is Chipper Jones, Vladamir Guerrero, and Jim Thome. On The Fence Although Jones, Guerrero, and Thome are virtual locks to be inducted, there are some players …

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Giancarlo Stanton Adds 50th Homer to MVP Resume

Miami Marlins baseball has been relatively dreadful over the past couple of years, but the fans had something to celebrate Sunday night when Giancarlo Stanton began to circle the diamond, becoming MLB’s newest player to reach 50-home runs. STANTON IS THE KEY Stanton not only got his 50th homer, but …

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Marlins, Rays and Braves All Chasing Division Leaders

The Tampa Bay Rays (40-38), Atlanta Braves (36-39) and Miami Marlins (34-40) are all in hot pursuit of division leaders. After the weekend’s games, the Rays are two and a half games back of the Boston Red Sox and New York Yankees in the AL East. In the NL East, the Marlins and Braves are …

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MLB NL West Preview

With the start of the Major League Baseball just days away, it’s time to start previewing each division. Last season, the Chicago Cubs broke the worst curse in all of sports, breaking their 108 year championship drought. Many people are expecting them to repeat as champions, but the rest of …

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MLB Preview Tonight

It’s summer time—the best time to go to a baseball game and experience the atmosphere.  Major League Baseball has a lot of action tonight as 14 of the leagues 30 teams are set out to play.  Though we might think we know the teams that will be in the playoffs, the …

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Cubs Still On Top Of National League

As we reach the halfway mark in the Major League Baseball season, the Chicago Cubs are the class of the National League. The Cubs not only lead the NL Central and the NL with an overall record of 44 and 20, but they also lead the league with the best overall …

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Marlins Look to Sweep Padres

The Miami Marlins are looking for a series sweep against the San Diego Padres today at Petco Park. The game will conclude a nine-game road trip for the Marlins. On the mound for the Padres will be rookie and Rule 5 draftee Luis Perdomo (1-2, 9.50 ERA). Perdomo has struggled in his …

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Jim Callis: Florida’s A.J. Puk Slipped in MLB Draft Due to “Inconsistency”

MLB.com’s Jim Callis, an MLB draft and prospect expert, joined SportsScene’s Steve Russell on Monday to discuss and recap the 2016 MLB Draft. The draft concluded last weekend, and the Gator baseball team had eight players drafted. Pitcher A.J. Puk was the first Gator off the board, going to the Oakland Athletics with …

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