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Everyone loves Cody Bellinger, the favorite to win NL Rookie of the Year honors

Hindsight is 20/20, isn’t it?

Back when Los Angeles Dodgers rookie Cody Bellinger was playing just to get a spot on the active roster, he found himself in a mini-slump, … 134 more words

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Miguel Cabrera's walk off homer hopefully breaks slump, reminds fans of his great career

Fans are a fickle bunch with short-term memory, aren’t they?

Or maybe it’s just passion for the game and wanting the hometown team to win. 346 more words


2017 Topps #287 Aaron Judge (catch or no catch?)

I am Paul Ember and this is my first post for SABR Baseball Cards. I am out of SABR’s┬áConnie Mack Chapter and typically concentrate on Phillies and Vintage cards. 623 more words

Remembering 'Mr. Padre' Tony Gwynn on his birthday

One of the greatest San Diego Padres to have played the game is Mr. Padre himself, Tony Gwynn, who would have turned 57 today.

The late Gwynn who died three years ago of cancer had quite the storied career, batting .338 with 3,141 hits, 1,138 RBIS and 135 homeruns in his 20 years playing exclusively for the Padres. 76 more words

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New York Mets' Michael Conforto deserves more respect

It’s been a little bit of a mystery why the New York Mets organization hasn’t given more playing time to Michael Conforto┬áthis season until recently. 211 more words

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Stock rising on Minnesota Twins' outfielder Byron Buxton?

Fans of the Minnesota Twins and prospect chasers have been waiting for the power/speed combo that Byron Buxton possessed in spades coming up in the minor league system. 180 more words

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Bryce Harper's amazing start to the season

Before the start of the 2017 baseball season, we asked whether Washington Nationals’ outfielder Bryce Harper would have a bounce back season.

About 10 per cent of the way through the season, the answer seems to be a very evident, “YES.” 151 more words

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