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Corey Seager Thanks Brothers For Baseball Success

20-year-old Corey Seager is a top prospect of the Los Angeles Dodgers, playing in the prestigious Arizona Fall League this year. His oldest brother, Kyle, is currently an All-Star third baseman with the Seattle Mariners. 51 more words

The Boston Red Sox and New York Yankees Fail to Receive a Single MVP Vote

An interesting article I found today (if you enjoy seeing the mighty fall) pointed out how this past season was the first that a member of the Boston Red Sox or New York Yankees failed to receive a single vote for the MVP. 263 more words

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The Mariners are really interested in Hanley Ramirez and Victor Martinez

Two reports which, if there are some teeth to them and someone acts on them, could really get the offseason rolling in a hurry: The Seattle Mariners are reportedly interested in both Hanley Ramirez and Victor Martinez. 180 more words

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Inside the Numbers - Seager’s Defensive Index Rating

Mariners third baseman Kyle Seager was announced as the Rawlings® Gold Glove winner amongst American League third baseman on Tuesday. While we don’t have final vote counts, we did find out some interesting statistical information today when the… 223 more words

Brett's offseason how-to guide to attend the World Series in Seattle

We’ve reached the time of year where the Major League Baseball season concludes, which is of course celebrated with the San Francisco Giants raising the Bud Selig Is The Greatest Bro I Know trophy that I presume is what World Series winners get, as is now tradition in baseball. 2,075 more words

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Vote for Kyle Seager for the 2014 Heart and Hustle Award

The Major League Baseball Players Alumni Association’s Heart & Hustle Award is presented annually to a player who demonstrates a passion for the game of baseball and best embodies the values, spirit and traditions of the game. 116 more words

Hot Stove time

“Daaaaaaa, it’s Dale.  Gold Glove for Seager!”

If he were still alive, I know this is how Dale would’ve greeted me in our daily phone call.  398 more words

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