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All-Star Ballot Stuffing Not New and Cannot Be Tolerated

Kansas City Royals’ fans have made a mockery of this year’s major league baseball All-Star team voting, and Commissioner of Baseball Rob Manfred needs to look to the past and act for now and for the future. Fans may think … Continue reading

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And The Regular Season is Over – Playoffs Begin in Two Days

The most overrated pitcher in baseball, David Price, looked like the most underrated today, as he led the Tigers to a 3-0 victory over the Twins, giving Detroit the American League Central Division title, and making the Royals a wild … Continue reading

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Stand-Pat Dodgers Did the Right Thing

With close races throughout the majors and that second wild card team in each league, MLB general managers had a trading frenzy leading up to today’s non-waiver trade deadline, with as many big names changing teams as I’ve seen in … Continue reading

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The 2014 All-Star Game: LA Wins and Loses

Well, the 2014 All-Star game is history, and hopefully Los Angeles partisans won’t have to put up with too much more of the yankee love-fest for their retiring shortstop. The idea of millionaire stars parading around the county for a … Continue reading

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With Four Pretty Even Teams, What Will Make the Difference?

On the eve of the opening of the National League and American League Championship Series’, the four teams still standing appear incredibly evenly matched. Each team has a dominant ace, if not two, and each team has a star hitter … Continue reading

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Are the Angels Panicing? How Else to Explain Dontrelle Willis?

The announcement yesterday that the Angles have signed Dontrelle Willis can only be seen as pure panic in the front office of the team at the head of the list of 2013 disappointments. Willis, now 31, has not pitched in … Continue reading

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Angels Lose Pujols, Waste Quality Start From Richards

Returning to the starting rotation after almost three months toiling out of the bullpen, Garrett Richards was close to perfection over five innings yesterday, but the usually reliable set-up duo of Dane de la Rosa and Scott Downs handed victory … Continue reading

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