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Red Sox Depart From Farrell

After a disappointing end to the 2017 season within the ALDS, a series in which Boston lost in a mere four games to the Houston Astros, the team officially announced on Wednesday that manager John Farrell will not be returning in 2018. Leading up to the season, the Red Sox had a particularly busy off-season, […]

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Top 10: 2016 MLB Free Agents

1. Zack Greinke This is an obvious choice. The guy was 19-3 with a 1.66 earned run average (ERA). Greinke has a legit chance at winning the CY Young award for the NL for his 2015 season. His main rivals to that award are his own teammate Clayton Kershaw and Chicago Cubs’ Jake Arrieta. Greinke signed […]

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Royals: 2015 Season in Review

Thirty years. It has been thirty years since Kansas City has celebrated a baseball championship. Since 1985 this great city, these great fans, have been lacking this moment. On November 1st, 2015 the Royals sent the city into a frenzy. The 2015 World Series Champions call Kansas City home. The road to the championship was […]

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World Series: A Royals Perspective

The Kansas City Royals face the New York Mets this Tuesday, October 27th to kick off the 2015 World Series. First pitch at 8:07 pm ET. The Royals have just announced that their rotation will be Edinson Volquez, Johnny Cueto, Yordano Ventura, and Chris Young in that order. The Mets are going with Matt Harvey, […]

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ALDS Game 5’s in Review

What a postseason so far. Three out of four LDS have gone to a game 5. In the first two games, the home team has won, a different direction than the postseason seemed to be heading in the beginning. The Mets still have to travel today out to Los Angeles to face the Dodgers and […]

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Preview: Astros @ Royals ALDS Game 5

Momentum. Momentum, arguably, is the most important in baseball than any other sport. We’ve all seen teams get hot at the right time and win in the postseason. Just like the Royals last year. The comeback in the wildcard game propelled them into a MLB record eight straight playoff wins. They swept the Angels in […]

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