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Contracts, Contracts and More Contracts

All credit of this post goes to original author, Jeff Todd, as the post was originally written on MLBTradeRumors.com. I’m just reposting it since it’s relevant, well-written and relays quality information.  1,728 more words

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Josh Beckett's Retirement Signals the End of My Baseball Childhood

Starting pitcher Josh Beckett decided to hangup his cleats today after what I consider was a worthy final season. Beckett pitched his first career no-hitter in the spring and even though his season was shortened due to injuries, Beckett was successful. 315 more words

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Bartolo Colon is now a U.S. citizen- the Irony is as thick as he is....

NEW YORK — Bartolo Colon‘s season ended with more than 15 wins and crossing the 200-inning threshold. The 40-year-old right-hander also became a U.S. citizen, according to Katie Tichacek, a public affairs officer at U.S. 183 more words

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Afternoon links: the Japanese baseball hall of fame, Derek Jeter's next venture, and more

Derek Jeter‘s MLB career is over, but we’re not done hearing from the New York Yankees’ star. He is launching a new online forum for athletes to express their views without the distortion that can be caused by the media or the limitations of current social media platforms. 228 more words

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Bartolo Colon Becomes A United States Citizen. Officially No Longer "Fat", Just "Typcial American"

ESPN- Bartolo Colon’s season ended with more than 15 wins and crossing the 200-inning threshold. The 40-year-old right-hander also became a U.S. citizen, according to Katie Tichacek, a public affairs officer at U.S. 264 more words

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Schwei’s Final Mets Notebook: Little-Known Facts, Odd Stats And Strange Records

By John Schweibacher
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The New York Mets finished the 2014 season with a record of 79-83, tied for second place in the National League East. 683 more words

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