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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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The Best Team in Baseball Falls To Second Place

Since day one of the 2014 baseball season, pundits across the sports world have been in virtual agreement that, no question, the best team in baseball is the Oakland Athletics. Despite starting the season with two of their top starters, … Continue reading

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Angels’ Hit Milestone – Can They Keep it Going?

On April 11, 1961, the Los Angeles Angels played their first-ever major league game, with opening day starter Eli Grba pitching a complete game, as the club defeated the Baltimore Orioles and Milt Pappas by a score of 7-2. They … Continue reading

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Carl Crawford, Juan Uribe Save Mattingly’s Job; Rookie Follow-Up

Don Mattingly’s decision to start Clayton Kershaw in game four of the National League Division Series against the Braves was a mistake, regardless of the outcome, an outcome that he can thank Carl Crawford and Juan Uribe for, for the … Continue reading

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Rookie Starting Pitchers Mature or Die in Baseball Playoffs

When the Dodgers and Braves take the field tonight in game three of their Division Series, it will be rookie Hyun Jin-Ryu (14-8, 3.00) for Los Angeles and rookie Julio Teheran (14-8, 3.20) for the Braves: A vital game three … Continue reading

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