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Pittsburgh Pirates Josh Bell heating up right in time for summer

Perhaps talking about the eventual call up of Pittsburgh Pirates prospect Austin Meadows was a little premature.

Because rookie Josh Bell is heating up after a sluggish start. 152 more words

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Fabricio Paulino de Melo

Fabricio Paulino de Melo (June 20, 1990 – February 11, 2017) was a Brazilian professional basketball player who played one season in the National Basketball Association (NBA) for the Boston Celtics before returning to his home country and playing for Liga Sorocabana and Brasília of the Brazilian Novo Basquete Brasil (NBB). 322 more words

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Should the hobby show more love to defensive superstars (like Kevin Pillar)?

The guys who mash get all the love.

But how about the defensive superstars like Toronto Blue Jays Kevin Pillar?

Check out this amazing catch from last night’s game robbing Jose Ramirez of a sure triple. 126 more words

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VIDEO: The acrobatic Chris Coghlan doing his best Willie Mays Hayes impression

Sometimes you have to see it to believe it.

Toronto Blue Jays utility man Chris Coghlan did his best Willie Mays Hayes impression last night with his acrobatic in-the-air summersault flip over St. 136 more words

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Washington Nationals Trea Turner hits for the cycle, keeps adding to his achievements

We told you to keep an eye on Washington Nationals shortstop Trea Turner earlier this season.

As a breakout star in 2016, his potential as a top prospect was clearly evident and there were more reasons for optimism that he would be able to continue his success at the big league level this year. 101 more words

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Boston Red Sox outfielder Andrew Benintendi continues to roll

If you missed yesterday’s game, Andrew Benintendi of the Boston Red Sox went 5 for 5 reaffirming his great talent as one of the top rookies in the game. 144 more words

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The Amazing Ichiro Suzuki does it again (and a look at his popular rookie cards)

What a career it’s been for Miami Marlins’ Ichiro Suzuki.

Back in Safeco playing against the Seattle Mariners, the 43-year-old hit a homerun, which might possibly be his last in the stadium where he started his Major League career. 188 more words

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