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Scouting The 2017 Indians: Left Field

Trying to figure out how to handle the outfield has been driving me nuts. I planned to so three separate profiles, then put them together. Then I separated them. 925 more words


One Last Time: 3 Unemployed Players That Should Make One Final Run

One last time–one of my personal favorites from the “Hamilton” soundtrack. Baseball has always been a young man’s game and many have tried and failed at beating Father Time. 708 more words

Oakland Athletics Outlook

MESA, Ariz. – After a disappointing last-place finish in the American League West a season ago, the Oakland Athletics are looking for a huge turnaround as they head into their first workouts on Feb. 159 more words

First taste of playoff baseball


It was roughly 40 degrees and 40,000 people were waving small white towels on command from the scoreboard display. Cold weather and rally towels. 225 more words


Former Royals in the World Series: Cubs win in ten

It took ten innings, but the Chicago Cubs won Game 7 to become World Series champions for the first time since 1908. They were down three games to one and came back to win the series on the road, but not before blowing a 5-1 lead in Game 7. 632 more words

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Former Royals in the World Series: Cubs force a Game 7

A missed fly ball for the final out in the top of the first opened the flood gates and the Chicago Cubs never looked back in winning Game 6 of the… 602 more words

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Former Royals in the postseason: Cubs stay alive

The Chicago Cubs won their first World Series game at Wrigley Field since 1945, winning Game 5 and forcing the series back to Cleveland.

The announcers kept talking about how you could not hit the ball out to left field because of the wind blowing in, but then Indians shortstop Jose Ramirez hit a home run quite a few rows back at Wrigley Field to give the Indians a 1-0 lead in the 2nd inning. 363 more words

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