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Orioles Sign Cashner, What’s Next?

The off-season for the 2018 season of the MLB has been very slow for most of the teams, and the Orioles have been no different. The free agent pool of roughly 90 MLB players are not happy with the front offices around the league, but clubs are anxious about spending top dollar; especially for players […]

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Will Lincecum Revive His MLB Career?

Starting pitcher Tim Lincecum hasn’t started a game since August of 2016, but that hasn’t stopped the 33-year old from attempting to revive his MLB career. Most recently a part of the Los Angeles Angels, most fans will remember Lincecum from his back-to-back Cy Young awards with the San Francisco Giants in 2008 and 2009. […]

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Why Athletes are Actually UNDER-Paid?

After seeing athletes get paid millions and millions of dollars, the normal person would assume they are overpaid. There’s truth to that..or is there?

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One Year Later: Remembering Mr. I

Sports owners usually aren’t fan favorites. Most fans perceive them to be “business first”, not caring enough about the product on the field/court/ice. However, for the city of Detroit, they knew of an owner who was much different. He was an owner who poured his heart into the city, and gave back to it as […]

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Three Reasons the Mets May Surprise in 2018

2017 was a nightmarish type of season for the New York Mets. After coming within a few wins from a World Series in 2015, the Mets have had a steady decline in production from some, while having a rough time getting others off their DL list. As a Yankee fan, it helps me sleep at […]

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Black History Month: Moses Fleetwood Walker, A Baseball Pioneer

In honor of Black History Month, The Athletes Hub will highlight and recognize African-American athletes who made significant contributions to their respective sport and paved the way for other black athletes to succeed where they previously weren’t allowed to. AUTHOR’S NOTE: One of the quotes contains a racially insensitive word. Viewer discretion is advised. As […]

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Black History Month: Josh Gibson

In honor of Black History Month, The Athletes Hub will highlight and recognize African-American athletes who made significant contributions to their respective sport and paved the way for other black athletes to succeed where they previously weren’t allowed to. Baseball is America’s National Pastime. It is a sport that has been there when Americans needed […]

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MLB Players Union Upset With Marlins, Pirates

Over the years, we have witnessed franchises within sports attempt to “rebuild” or even “tank” in order to receive success in the future. The front office proceeds to gut the individuals with the largest contracts in return for future value. Based on the 2018 MLB offseason, two teams that have certainly taken advantage of the […]

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Ichiro To Return To Japan?

Ichiro Suzuki is a baseball legend, as he is the all-time major professional baseball hits leader, although his claim to that has been challenged for quite some time, due to some of his hits coming from Japan. He does have 3,080 hits in Major League Baseball, and although he isn’t the star he used to […]

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Four Second Basemen Tigers Can Acquire To Compete With Dixon Machado

The Detroit Tigers recently traded their starting second baseman Ian Kinsler to the Los Angeles Angels, and now are in the market for a veteran to compete with their other Major League second baseman, Dixon Machado. While the Tigers are rebuilding, it wouldn’t hurt to acquire a veteran or two to help mentor the younger […]

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