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MLB Wild Card: 3 Advance, 10 Still Alive

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In the MLB Wild Card, three teams advanced to the divisional series on Wednesday. There are 10 other teams still fighting for their spots Thursday. Yankees, Astros, and Rays Advance to MLB Divisional Series The Houston Astros were the first to move on to the ALDS after defeating the Minnesota …

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Rays Back Home vs Red Sox

The dreaded road trip is over. The Rays are back home and looking to get back on track when they face the Boston Red Sox Tuesday night. This matchup is in an unexpected situation. It’s a matchup between the bottom two teams in the AL East. Neither team was expected …

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MLB Releases its 60-Game Schedule

For those itching to watch some baseball again, the wait won’t be much longer. Major League Baseball released its 60-game schedule Monday night with all the action kicking off July 23. Now playing. pic.twitter.com/10dJWxvan3 — MLB (@MLB) July 3, 2020   Notable Games, Dates Opening Night will see the defending …

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St Louis Cardinal Matt Carpenter is ready to play

Former TCU player and current St. Louis Cardinal Matt Carpenter had one of his career worst batting average in his 2019 season. Carpenter broke TCU’s school record for games played and at bats and was in second for most hits, doubles and walks. After college, he was the Cardinals’ organization Player of …

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Former Gator Harrison Bader’s Road to MLB

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In 2011, Harrison Bader started his baseball career with a verbal commitment to the University of Pittsburgh. However, without signing his letter of intent, he left the Panthers in 2012 for the University of Maryland. After not receiving a scholarship from the program, he committed to the University of Florida …

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Andrew Miller’s thoughts on COVID-19

Gainesville native and current left-hand pitcher for the St. Louis Cardinals Andrew Miller is like many other MLB players right now. He is trying to find ways to fill the time in quarantine and find ways to stay game ready. And staying game ready for the MLB without gyms or teammates …

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First Rockies player headed to Cooperstown

The ballot for the 2020 Major League Baseball Hall of Fame is out and two legends will head to Cooperstown for the induction. Only 233 players out of 19,000 who have stepped on MLB fields have been elected for the Hall of Fame. This statistic means that about 1 percent …

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