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Why Jeter is an all time great, Kershaw should be NL MVP...and other baseball thoughts

So the 162-game marathon of the baseball regular season is over for another year and it will be remembered as Derek Jeter’s last. Was anyone surprised his last AB at Yankee Stadium was a walk-off hit? 994 more words

MLB award predictions as season enters final week

by James B. Terry

The baseball season is coming to a close and the playoffs are about to begin.  It is an exciting time for all baseball lovers such as myself as I cannot wait for the postseason to get underway. 785 more words

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Buster Posey Busting His Way Onto NL MVP Ballots

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It has been quite the up-and-down season for San Francisco Giants star Buster Posey.

The 27-year-old catcher was merely pedestrian to open the season, slashing .264/.350/.484 with six home runs and 13 RBI in March and April. 541 more words

Clayton Kershaw

Clayton Kershaw: Cy Young, MVP and Best Pitcher on Earth

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Clayton Kershaw isn’t human.

The 26-year-old ace of the Los Angeles Dodgers was stellar on the bump yet again on Sunday, allowing two runs on seven hits and a walk in eight innings against the San Francisco Giants. 498 more words

Clayton Kershaw

Giancarlo Stanton's Horrific Injury and Its Implications on the MVP Race

By Fernando Gil

Nothing is more terrifying than a 90 mph fastball coming towards your face. Unfortunately, during the 5th inning of  yesterday’s Marlins-Brewers game, Giancarlo Stanton was struck by an 88 mph fastball in the face. 445 more words

MLB Baseball

Top 5 NL MVP Candidates

A couple of weeks ago, we took a look at some of the leaders in the AL MVP race. With playoff positioning still up for grabs, the NL race isn’t as clear cut. 396 more words


Howard: 'I Think You Guys Forget What I've Done'

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Ryan Howard has struggled mightily in 2014. His $25 million salary, coupled with his lack of production, has generated a ton of criticism from the media and fans in Philadelphia of the Phillies first baseman. 295 more words

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