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Outfield Overloads – What Are They Thinking?

The 2017 Milwaukee Brewers were surprising contenders for much of the season, but in the end, they fell out of post season competition, ending the year in second place, six games behind division leading Chicago. Their disappointing finish was not … Continue reading

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Is This the Puig We Saw in 2013-2014?

Who is this guy? I thought, only three weeks ago, that Yasiel Puig had played his last game in an LA Dodgers’ uniform. But, necessity triumphed, and the extreme need for a healthy right-hand-hitting outfielder took precedence over any lurking … Continue reading

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Frugal Brewers Too Much For the Best Team Money Can Buy

The Los Angeles Dodgers pay their players more than any team has ever paid a roster of players, and it has pretty well paid off this season, with, as of a couple of days ago, the Dodgers compiling the National … Continue reading

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MLB Thoughts of the Day – August 23, 2013

The three teams who disappointed the most in 2013: San Francisco Giants – The defending champion Giants overcame the loss of their leading hitter, Melky Cabrera, to a 50-game PED suspension on August 1, to win the 2012 World Series. … Continue reading

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Rumors Abound – Will MLB Actually Try to Invoke 100 Game Suspensions?

At what appears to be the dawn of Steroid Era II (or, as I prefer, Steroid Era Redux) a fight of major league proportions would appear to be on the horizon. While in a perfect world, baseball players would be … Continue reading

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