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An All-Star Team of players who haven’t made the All-Star Team

We’re less than a month away from the All-Star Game, and the outrage over every Royal on the ballot starting for the American League team is still simmering. 1,688 more words

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MLB Draft 2015: National League East draft analysis

ATLANTA BRAVES

1-14) Kolby Allard, LHP, California HS

2-28) Mike Soroka, RHP, Canada HS

CA-41) Austin Riley, 3B, Mississippi HS

2-54) Lucas Herbert, C, California HS… 991 more words

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Beyond the Diamond: The Atlanta Braves

Beyond the Diamond

Earlier in May, I mentioned that the Atlanta Braves have always connected to their community. Not just because they often sport a good baseball team, but also because Major League Baseball and the Braves have put together a series of great programs and charities. 336 more words

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The Nationals Are Back On Track

By: Zach Peterson

On May 1st the Washington Nationals were 10-14 and six games back of the first place New York Mets.  They endured a rough first month of the season that saw both a rash of key players start their seasons on the disabled list (Jayson Werth, Denard Span, and Anthony Rendon to name a few), and Jordan Zimmerman’s and Stephen Strasburg’s struggles on the mound.  701 more words

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New York Mets - the goods and bads - Week 3

It was a great week for the New York Mets. Although their franchise record 11-game winning streak was snapped on Friday, they still hold the best record in baseball with a 14-5 record. 959 more words

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Washington Nationals: A Team Built for the Regular Season

The Washington Nationals are going to win the National League East in 2015. They’re not off to a great start this season, but it doesn’t matter. 825 more words

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MLB Preview 2015: A Tale Of Two Philosophies For Marlins And Padres In 2015

This past Major League Baseball offseason was the most intriguing I’ve witnessed in years.

Of all the interesting moves that went down perhaps the most interesting were how two markets (Miami and San Diego) made themselves relevant in two very different ways.  902 more words

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