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Dodgers Acquire Struggling Hanley Ramirez From Marlins, Will The Trade Revitalize Him?

Dodgers Acquire Struggling Hanley Ramirez From Marlins, Will The Trade Revitalize Him?

admin July 25, 2012 0

Written By: Kyle Newport When the Los Angeles Dodgers made a deal with the Miami Marlins for Hanley Ramirez, they became the most dangerous lineup in the National League. At 53-45 and 2.5 games

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Phillies Pitcher Cole Hamels Suspended Five Games for Intentionally “Beaning” Bryce Harper

Phillies Pitcher Cole Hamels Suspended Five Games for Intentionally “Beaning” Bryce Harper

admin May 8, 2012 3

Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Cole Hamels was suspended by Major League Baseball for five games after intentionally throwing at the Washington Nationals’ 19-year-old left fielder Bryce Harper. Hamels planted a low-90s fastball in the small

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Will the Tampa Bays Rays Allow Albert Pujols to Hit His First Home Run This Season?

Will the Tampa Bays Rays Allow Albert Pujols to Hit His First Home Run This Season?

admin April 25, 2012 0

Written By: Michael Nargi Albert Pujols has gone 65 at bats to begin the season and has yet to hit a home run. Can Pujols fill out the home run column in the series

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The Best Match Ups to Watch in Baseball on Opening Day 2012

The Best Match Ups to Watch in Baseball on Opening Day 2012

Sports Session April 5, 2012 0

Written By: Tim Daniels A couple of games have already been played in Japan and the Miami Marlins opened their new park last night, but Thursday really kicks off the MLB season. There are

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Theo Epstein Introduced to Chicago: Why Cubs Snub World Series Spotlight

Theo Epstein Introduced to Chicago: Why Cubs Snub World Series Spotlight

Sports Session October 26, 2011 0

Written By:  Brandon Wheeland 1908. This year is significant to Cubs fans because it is the last time Chicago could call themselves champions of baseball. Of course, for many fans, they weren’t even alive

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ESPN’s 30 for 30 Catching Hell, Still Fails to Track Down Steve Bartman

ESPN’s 30 for 30 Catching Hell, Still Fails to Track Down Steve Bartman

Sports Session September 28, 2011 0

Written By: Wes O’Donnell Steve Bartman, where are you? Last night ESPN aired a new “30 for 30” special about the infamous 2003 National League Championship Series. If you’re reading this  than you certainly

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Yankees Mariano Rivera Becomes Baseball’s All Time Saves Leader At 602 Saves

Yankees Mariano Rivera Becomes Baseball’s All Time Saves Leader At 602 Saves

Sports Session September 20, 2011 0

Written By: Christopher Chavez Fact: Mariano Rivera is the greatest closer of all-time. In the past, there have been people that said as long as he doesn’t have the All-Time record, the previous statement

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Barry Bonds Found Guilty On One Count, Was The Trial A Waste Of Time?

Barry Bonds Found Guilty On One Count, Was The Trial A Waste Of Time?

Sports Session April 14, 2011 0

Yesterday saw a conclusion to the Barry Bonds perjury trial, and the verdict was that Barry Bonds is guilty of one count of Obstruction of justice.  The other four counts were thrown out, or

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Are The Texas Rangers The Best Team In Baseball?

Are The Texas Rangers The Best Team In Baseball?

Sports Session April 12, 2011 0

After losing in the World Series last year, and failing to re-sign their ace Cliff Lee in the off season Texas figured to be competitive and still the popular pick to win the American

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Ray Of Hope?  Lack Of Hitting Has The Tampa Bay Rays Searching For Answers.

Ray Of Hope? Lack Of Hitting Has The Tampa Bay Rays Searching For Answers.

Sports Session April 7, 2011 0

Written By:  Leslie Moteiro So much for the Tampa Bay Rays being a playoff team. After watching them in this home stand, they are 0-5 for a reason. They feature no hitters that scare

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