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Dusty's Gotta Go

Dusty Baker, Nationals manager for the past two seasons, epitomizes “Always a bridesmaid, never a bride.” He has never won a World Series. At this rate, he never will. 2,382 more words

National League

September Recap: East

Let’s wrap up the season with the American League and National League East Divisions. These two divisions couldn’t be more opposite with their balance in competition. 436 more words

Blog

Mets on Campus – Episode 4 w/Justin Fried and Josh Finkelstein

This episode of “Mets on Campus” features a special Opening Day preview as we break down the Opening Day roster as well as give our final predictions for the 2017 MLB season. 25 more words

Podcast

2017 Recap: NL East

This is the first installment in a six-part series in which I will go division by division and recap the biggest storylines of each team’s season. 2,863 more words

National League

Philadelphia Phillies Freedom

Philadelphia is not the greatest city to live in for sports fans, but the Phillies are about to change that. With the recent success of rookie left fielder and first baseman Rhys Hoskins, hitting 18 home runs in 47 games (he started out on a streak of 11 homers in 18 games), Philadelphia is excited for their chances next season in the 2018 year. 482 more words

MLB

Cards Hope to Rebound from Rough July

The St Louis Cardinals are hoping to bounce back from a disappointing 11-16 record in July, where the team ERA was a staggering 4.09, and with a handful of pitchers and a 15-year-old rookie phenom waiting for a call-up from AAA Springfield in August, they seem to be primed and ready to move out of the cellar and into fifth—and maybe even fourth—place in the NL East. 184 more words

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