Series Previews: Indians vs Tigers, Red Sox vs Rangers, Dodgers vs Pirates and Twins vs Yankees (videos)

Series Preview: Cleveland Indians vs. Detroit Tigers Series Preview: Boston Red Sox vs Texas Rangers Series Preview: Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Pittsburgh Pirates Series Preview: Minnesota Twins at New York … Continue Reading →


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Royals Claim Tyler Olson & Dodgers Sign Will Venable

Royals Claim Tyler Olson & Transfer Mike Moustakas to 60-day DL The Kansas City Royals announced today that they have claimed left-handed pitcher Tyler Olson off waivers from the New … Continue Reading →


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Series Preview: St. Louis Cardinals vs. Los Angeles Dodgers

Check out the video below to see a series preview between the St. Louis Cardinals and the Los Angeles Dodgers.


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Yasiel Puig Chopper Plans Grounded

Courtesy of TMZ Yasiel Puig‘s dream of getting a helicopter to help him beat L.A. traffic isn’t getting off the ground after all … and it’s all because the Dodgers … Continue Reading →


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Kirk Gibson – I GOTTA NICKNAME FOR MY PARKINSON’S

KIRK GIBSON I GOTTA NICKNAME FOR MY PARKINSON’S … But ‘I’m Not Gonna Give In’ Courtesy of TMZ Sports Kirk Gibson is an absolute badass … telling TMZ Sports his … Continue Reading →


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Three Contenders Ready To Knock Off The Giants

If we are to trust history, the San Francisco Giants will not be winning the 2015 World Series. They are one of the strangest dynasties in baseball history, as they … Continue Reading →


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Dee Gordon deal is textbook on how trades should be done

Dee Gordon had a career year for the Los Angeles Dodgers in 2014. The son of former relief pitcher Tom “Flash” Gordon appeared in a career high 148 games — … Continue Reading →


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No one could have seen these unreal numbers coming from Ace

When Detroit Tigers pitcher Justin Verlander became the first pitcher since Dennis Eckersley (1992) and first starting pitcher since Roger Clemens (1986) to win the offensive-heavy MVP award in 2011, … Continue Reading →


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National League MVP – Favorites And Sleepers

Well, we’ve made it to September. Most teams have right around 20 games left to play and the sense of “Do Or Die” has definitely crept into the minds of … Continue Reading →


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Could Matt Kemp still be traded?

  These past couple of seasons have been tough on Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Matt Kemp. He was on top of the world after the 2011 season, finishing second in … Continue Reading →