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Bryce Harper's Historic Breakout Season

Bryce Harper was hyped as a future star ever since he was a Las Vegas high schooler. He gained massive buzz for doing things like (unofficially) crushing… 394 more words


Mayer: MLB Year End Award Predictions

By Ryan Mayer, CBS Local Sports

The MLB regular season is winding down to its dying embers as we hit the final two weeks of games before the post-season.   927 more words


Baseball Reactions: Yoenis Céspedes and the New York Mets; The NL MVP; Narratives and the Recent Giants/Dodgers Series

The New York Mets Success is a Team Effort

Yoenis Céspedes has been fantastic since coming to the Mets. He was already having a great season on the Tigers, but he’s been performing at a whole other level since the trade. 3,283 more words

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Have the Nats wasted Harper's historic season?

Bryce Harper had a phenomenal game Wednesday night at a time when his team needed it most. He homered. He doubled. He homered again, this time with the Nationals trailing the Mets late, their season on the brink of collapse. 560 more words

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Bryce Harper and the MVP enigma

Washington Nationals fans have been waiting for this since 2012. This was the year that Bryce Harper would fulfill his destiny and become the National League MVP while leading the Nats to greatness. 1,286 more words


Sorry Yoenis Cespedes, but Bryce Harper is definitely the NL MVP

If you squint hard enough, you can see Wednesday night’s game as a neat little microcosm of the 2015 NL East pennant chase: Bryce Harper and some great starting pitching put the Nats in front for most of the game, until Yoenis Cespedes and the Mets’ offense exploded for four runs in the game’s final two innings against a suddenly woeful Washington bullpen to take a late lead. 442 more words


Sully Baseball Daily Podcast - September 10, 2015

The Mets are on fire after the Yoenis Cespedes deal. He has led the way to a double digit swing in the standings as the Mets seem poised to capture the East from the under performing Nationals. 86 more words

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