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Cardinals Look to Unseat Marlins in NL Wildcard Hunt

Having been the heavy favorites in the NL Central since 2000, it’s hard to imagine the Cardinals not being atop the standings as we roll into August.  282 more words

Across Baseball

Always A Daddy's Girl

“Being a daddy’s girl is like having permanent armor for the rest of your life.” ~Marinela Reka

This a little late for Father’s Day, but I figured I can never be late when talking about my dad. 181 more words

Lifestyle

Yankees, Trade More Players Away

Yes the Yankees finally dealt Aroldis Chapman to the Cubs, but if the Yankees want to have any prayer at competing for the World Series they need to keep dealing.   199 more words

Sports

Long lost World Series ring comes home

BLUE SPRINGS, Missouri (KSHB) – A Kansas City man celebrated his “best birthday ever” this month after he was reunited with what he calls the second-best thing in his life. 187 more words

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If Andrew Miller Isn't A National on August 1st, Mike Rizzo Should be Fired

Shots fired, Mike Rizzo. The Cubs’ acquisition of Aroldis Chapman should put you on notice that Theo Epstein isn’t playing. He went out and picked up the… 395 more words

Baseball Humor

Wednesday's Book Review: "The Home Run Heard Round the World: The Dramatic Story of the 1951 Giants-Dodgers Pennant Race"

The Home Run Heard Round the World: The Dramatic Story of the 1951 Giants-Dodgers Pennant Race. By Ray Robinson. Mineola, NY: Dover Publications, 2011 ed. 396 more words

History

Feeling Chapped

Yesterday, the Chicago Cubs traded for Aroldis Chapman.

The reasons for the trade were clear. Chapman was arguably the best asset on the trade market, as you would expect from a left-handed relief pitcher whose fastball has averaged 98.7mph over his career. 1,029 more words

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