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MLB Offseason Preview: NL Central

MLB Offseason Preview: NL Central

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11/24/2014

St. Louis Cardinals The Cardinals head into the offseason with a team comprised of excellent young pitching that carries them to the playoffs seemingly every year. After losing to the Red Sox in the World Series in 2013, manager Mike Matheny led his team to the National League Championship Series in 2014. However, outdone by…

MLB Offseason Preview: NL East

MLB Offseason Preview: NL East

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11/11/2014

The 2014 Major League season has come and gone, and with the postseason over, the discussion now turns to the hot stove. True championships are not won in October-they are gradually achieved over long winter nights by teams of experts and executives slaving over data. Now, with their sights set towards October 2015, the upper…

The Birth of A Dynasty?

The Birth of A Dynasty?

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11/03/2014

When you think about the most successful sports teams in recent memory, certain names jump out pretty quickly. In the National Hockey League, the Blackhawks or Kings have won four of the last five Stanley Cups. In the NBA, the Spurs have visited back-to-back Finals, having won the most recent series over Miami. The NFL,…

Maddon ’15

Maddon ’15

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10/27/2014

Former Rays’ manager Joe Maddon shocked the baseball world Friday morning, announcing that he is exercising the opt-out clause in his contract. Maddon will become a free agent before 2015 and in all likelihood will be managing a new team next season. Beloved by players and fans alike, Maddon’s track record is irrefutable. He transformed…

Royals vs. Giants: A World Series Preview

Royals vs. Giants: A World Series Preview

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10/20/2014

Tuesday will mark the beginning of the 111th Fall Classic. It will feature the Kansas City Royals, a white-hot squad of young players that has won eight straight games to start the playoffs, taking on the Giants, a pitching-rich National League team that has all the makings of a dynasty. The story for Kansas City…

The Emergence of Madison Bumgarner

The Emergence of Madison Bumgarner

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10/14/2014

On October 31, 2010, a 21 year-old Madison Bumgarner took the hill for the Giants in Game 4 of the World Series against the Texas Rangers. The 6’5 left hander would throw eight shutout innings, becoming the youngest starter ever to make a World Series start of six or more scoreless innings. Since that day,…

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