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MLB: Tony Watson is Different, Better Now

Since being acquired by the Los Angeles Dodgers at the trade deadline, Tony Watson has become an integral part of the team’s bullpen.

On July 31, the Dodgers made waves when they announced the addition of… 759 more words

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Major League Food

The only real thing I like about baseball is … the food (JK! I actually really enjoy the game of baseball, but the food is certainly a highlight in the game-day experience for me). 687 more words

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Can a Sports-Crazed City Turn a Theater Person into a Baseball Person?

Shannon Reed | Longreads | October 2017 | 16 minutes (3,891 words)

All Pittsburghers, even those who can’t be bothered with baseball, know what happened on October 13, 1960: the Pirates’ second baseman, Bill Mazeroski, hit a walk-off home run, which shot over the left field fence of Forbes Field in Oakland, and into history, securing for the Pirates the World Series in the seventh game. 4,099 more words

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Nats Regular Season Final Round Up: How they did in their games leading into the postseason

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By Michael Marzzacco
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I had to recharge my batteries for this big postseason coming up but I still kept an eye on things as the Nationals wrapped up the regular season. 827 more words

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Orange Week: 25/09 - 01/10

Temporada acaba de maneira terrível. Que as lições fiquem aprendidas para 2018. 673 more words

Temporada 2017

Police, Pirates, Roberto Clemente Museum Collect Donations For Puerto Rico

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PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Pittsburghers opened their hearts and wallets to hurricane victims in Puerto Rico – from police collecting supplies to visitors donating cash at the Roberto Clemente Museum. 423 more words

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