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Mirro: The Trade Deadline Will Decide the AL East

By Matt Mirro – Lead American League Writer

Currently, baseball is at a hushed stall, an eerie and anxious pause here in the early days of July. 1,663 more words

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Becoming A Better Braves Fan

Let’s face it.  As a nation, we’ve come to expect perfection out of everyone, and anyone who misses this mark is considered disappointing.  This is especially true in the world of sports.  1,331 more words

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Marlins Could Look To Deal Latos, Haren Before Trade Deadline

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MIAMI (CBSMiami) – The Miami Marlins 2015 season has been a big disappointment.

Expectations of a playoff run quickly dissipated as the team stumbled out of the gate and never regained its footing. 151 more words

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Nationals Notebook-- Streaks, Strains, Bruises and Breakouts...

The Nationals eight-game winning streak ended Sunday evening thanks to an 8-5 loss in the second half of a doubleheader.  It was a true doubleheader–two games for one ticket–even though the Nats lineup has had a split-squad feel to it as of late.  697 more words

Nationals Notebook-- Sweeping up the Standings...

Let’s begin this week’s edition with proper deference to the masterpiece that was authored by Max Scherzer Saturday:  WOW.  A near-perfect game.  A complete game for the second time in less than a week (the bullpen is sending Scherzer thank-you notes).  593 more words

Palladino: Mets Need To Solve Road Woes Before It's Too Late

By Ernie Palladino
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The Mets can lay the blame anywhere they wish for the issues that had them in second place and one game over .500 Monday. 851 more words

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A lot of words can describe this Mets team, but resilient has to be one of them

After suffering a brutal loss on Saturday (I witnessed it firsthand) the Mets have done what they have all season – bounced back.

Just a day after a bullpen meltdown led to an extra innings loss, Dillon Gee imploded on Sunday afternoon allowing eight runs in just 3 2/3 innings of work. 450 more words

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