Tag: MLB

Due to Injuries, Yankees Continue Limping in AL East

The New York Yankees came into Tuesday riding a six-game losing streak. After losing their most recent series to the Oakland Athletics, they are coming into the three-game stint against the Anaheim Angels in hopes of a turnaround. After an 8-3 loss on Tuesday night, things are continuing to look bleak for the Bronx Bombers.

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The Top AL MVP Candidates

Despite being nearly a third of the way through the season, the AL standings are unlike what almost anyone could have expected. The rebuilding Yankees and Twins are currently division leaders, while the Astros (41-16) are playing like the best team in the league. Meanwhile, the Blue Jays, despite a hot streak in May, still

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5 Players Possibly on the Move Before the MLB Deadline

As baseball fanatics know, the MLB Trade Deadline talks are beginning to surface, and the concept of deals to be made are starting to arise in the minds of MLB General Managers around the league. With that, here are five game-changing individuals that I believe could be wearing different uniforms a few weeks from now.

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Baltimore Orioles VS Boston Red Sox : Where It All Went Wrong

The Red Sox and Orioles have never been the best of friends, actually quite the opposite, worst of enemies. They both reside in the AL East, and play each other a good amount of times per year. This year though is much different than an ordinary rivalry. Drama has been amped up, and the antics,

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Why Boston is the Greatest Sports City on the Planet

Located in the heart of New England, Boston, Massachusetts is one of the most historic cities in the United States. They’re not only known for their rich history, but it’s also their much respected sports teams. Boston has four of the best teams in their respective sports: the New England Patriots, Boston Red Sox, Boston

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April 26, 2017: A Dark Day in Sports Journalism

ESPN has ran with this moniker of “The World Wide Leader in Sports” for what seems like, well, forever. One would think that ESPN valued all sports equally, right? Prepare to be amazed. The “World Wide Leader” went on a damn purge Wednesday, firing writers and on screen personalities left and right. The hardest hit

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Josh Booty: The Forgotten Two-Sport Athlete

One of the hardest things to do in sports is making it to the highest level of their sport, respectively. The percentage of minor league ballplayers that  make it to the Major Leagues is an abysmal 0.5%, while the amount of NCAA football players that make it to the NFL is just a slightly better

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