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2016 Rookie Of The Year Race

Since the 2015 NBA Draft produced what seems to be one of the more talent heavy draft classes of the 21st century, the 2016 Rookie of the Year Award should be a tough decision. 641 more words

Garcia Wins Number Six, Cards Top D-Backs 9-1

By:  Jim Tsapelas

The dark night of an offensive abyss shrouded the Cardinals during the first two days of their current ten day road trip.  Then, on Sunday, the gleaming light of day woke the slumbering Cardinal bats which, in return, have allowed them to enjoy a three game winning streak and a record of three wins against two losses at the midway point of their ten game road trip. 495 more words

MLB

Kris Bryant Even Better than We Thought?

Ever since he blasted 43 homers in the minor leagues back in 2014, nearly everyone around the baseball world has heard of Kris Bryant. Viewed by many as the player that would send the Cubs back to the playoffs — so far, so good — there was no doubt that Bryant was going to be a great player. 282 more words

Dailies

Levine: Schwarber In The Conversation For Rookie Of The Year

By Bruce Levine–

CHICAGO (CBS) — The smart money at the start of the season was that the National League Rookie of the Year frontrunner would be the Chicago Cubs’ Kris Bryant. 700 more words

Sports

Sully Baseball Daily Podcast - August 9, 2015


It is time for the Sunday Request!

@sullybaseball Not sure if this is Sunday Request, but can you see Matt Duffy beating out Bryant and Pederson for NL ROTY?

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Sully Baseball Daily Podcast

Sully Baseball Daily Podcast - August 9, 2015

It is time for the Sunday Request!

@sullybaseball Not sure if this is Sunday Request, but can you see Matt Duffy beating out Bryant and Pederson for NL ROTY?

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Randal Grichuk of the St. Louis Cardinals Deserves NL Rookie of the Year Consideration

My early pick for the National League Rookie of the Year was Kris Bryant of the Chicago Cubs.  I am now of the opinion that the current… 248 more words

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