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SPP Episode Jeter (2)!

The Short Porch Podcast brings their second episode with co-hosts Jared Peterman and JD Freda discussing everything you need to know before the Yankees season starts, including the Didi Gregorious injury (0:55), Possible Didi replacements (3:12), and more seasoning for Gleyber Torres (6:45). 94 more words

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Spring Game 16: NYY vs. PHI -- Kind of messy win, but with a cleaned up crew

I feel like the Yankees got a little lucky today. Not that the score reflected that. Actually, the score looked like the Yankees did really well, and they did. 570 more words

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2017 AHAI Awards & Honors: Boys and Girls High School Players of the Year & High School, Youth & Girls Coaches of the Year

Join AHAI in congratulating the following individuals on their achievement during the 2016-2017 hockey season. Awards will be presented to recipients on Friday, March 17th at the United Center during the Illinois State High School Hockey Championships. 68 more words

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Spring Game 10: NYY vs. DET -- The dominant and daring Yankees

It was a rather pleasant and sunny Saturday afternoon, a lovely 76° in Lakeland as the Yankees took on the Tigers today. “Took on” might be a little generous, “trampled” might be more appropriate. 553 more words

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Spring Game 4: NYY vs. BAL -- A Farm-strong Monday

Florida is warming up for Spring, and the Yankees are heating up, even on the road this afternoon. The Yankees headed down to the Orioles’ Spring home in Sarasota (just over an hour south) to face another division rival. 728 more words

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Roster maneuvers & potential shiny hardware for the mantle... is it Spring yet?

It’s officially the off-season now. The Cubs have had their victory parade last week through the streets of Chicago, ending with a big party in downtown where the Cubs players, coaches, and executives celebrated with millions of Chicagoland faithful. 887 more words

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RailRiders win Governors' Cup, first Triple-A national title

By Steve Svetovich

The Scranton Wilkes-Barre RailRiders captured the Governors’ Cup and its first ever Triple-A national title in convincing fashion last month.

The RailRiders, behind strong performances by four pitchers and a three-run first inning homer by veteran first baseman Chris Parmelee, beat the El Paso Chihuahuas, the Pacific Coast League Triple-A farm club of the San Diego Padres, 3-1, Tuesday, September 20, at AutoZone Park in Memphis, Tennessee to earn the Gilden Triple-A National Title. 792 more words

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