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MLB Playoff Preview – National League

MLB Playoff Preview – National League

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10/03/2017

The MLB Playoffs are upon us. Below is an overview of the National League playoff teams and predictions for how far they’ll go. You can read Halftime’s piece on the AL playoff picture here. Los Angeles Dodgers (1 seed): The Dodgers (104-58) are the overwhelming favorite in the National League. They are led by Dave…

MLB Playoff Preview – American League

MLB Playoff Preview – American League

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10/02/2017

My favorite time of the year is coming up: the MLB playoffs. So here is my overview of each team in the American League and my (maybe) surprising predictions for the AL playoffs. Cleveland Indians (1 seed): Coming off a 22-game win streak, the Indians are feeling pretty good about themselves. It seems like every…

The Year of the Home Run

The Year of the Home Run

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09/29/2017

Every year, players join the record books of Major League Baseball. No-hitters, perfect games, hit streaks, you name it, but this year something unbelievable has happened. The home run has returned to baseball, and its presence has not been overlooked. On September 19th, Alex Gordon of the Kansas City Royals belted the Major League’s 5,694th…

The Tribe Still Needs Rings

The Tribe Still Needs Rings

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09/22/2017

The MLB playoffs have not even begun, but the Cleveland Indians may have already accomplished the most impressive feat of the year in baseball. On Thursday the 14th, with Jay Bruce’s scorching line drive down the right field line, Jose Ramirez scored and sent the fans at Progressive Field into sheer euphoria. The Indians mobbed…

The Intentional Walk Rule Change Misses the Mark

The Intentional Walk Rule Change Misses the Mark

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03/14/2017

The past year has been pure bliss for baseball fans. For the first time in what seemed like eons, the sport had rid itself of its stigma that the game was too boring for the digital age. America’s pastime had supposedly been usurped by football, a game far more viscerally satisfying to the average viewer….

The Yankees Will (Hopefully) Be 2020’s Cubs

The Yankees Will (Hopefully) Be 2020’s Cubs

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03/03/2017

“I’ll stop hating them when they let their players have facial hair and don’t have 27 championships.” – a friend of mine talking about why she dislikes the New York Yankees. The Yankee name still brings the haters out, and that’s certainly not surprising. I completely understand why the clean-shaven, perennial American League favorite was…

MLB Season Preview

MLB Season Preview

By: and
03/02/2017

In this MLB season preview, we’re predicting the division winners and the outcome of the World Series, even though spring training just started. There are a lot of well-matched teams at the top, but we think it’s the Red Sox’s year: their pitching, matched with a handful of improved players, and an offense that is…

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