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MLB Wild Card Race Coming to a Close

The MLB regular season is rapidly coming to a close. With nearly all the division pennants claimed except for the AL East, teams now must look to the wild card if they have hopes of reaching the postseason. Twelve teams will compete for the four remaining Wild Card spots, as there are just six …

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AL East Pennant Race

With just 19 games left in the regular season, the AL East is currently closely contested with four teams within five games of the divisional leader. If the playoffs started today, it would feature three AL East teams—the division-leading Boston Red Sox and two wild card teams—the Toronto Blue Jays and Baltimore …

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Races In American League Tight

The American League has had a history of close divisional races and playoff seeding being decided in the last game of the season. With the halfway point of the season approaching, the American League doesn’t look like it will be short on excitement. Despite their power, and having the best …

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Rays Complete Sweep of the Blue Jays

The Tampa Bay Rays finished their three game sweep of the Toronto Blue Jays last night with a score of 6-3. The victory puts the Rays record back at .500 on the season. The Rays pitching staff has always been the strong suit for the team, but the offense came alive against …

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MLB Preview: Tampa Bay Rays Hosts Toronto Blue Jays

Tampa hosts Toronto for game two of a four game home stand starting tonight at 7:10. 6’3” lefty Drew Smyly takes the mound for the Rays. Smyly posted a 3.11 ERA on the way to a 5-2 record in 2015. Rays manager Kevin Cash says he’s extremely confident in Smyly’s arm. .@SmylyD's season debut. …

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