Angels Announce Extension To Rod Barajas

Angels Announce Extension To Rod Barajas October 28, 2018 A day after winning a second World Series title with the Angels, manager Rod Barajas has agreed to terms on a new contract that will keep him as manager of the Angels through the 2021 season. Barajas took over as manager of the Angels after Mike Scioscia unexpectedly retired after the […]

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Diamondbacks 2018 Season Review

2018 will go into the archives as the season that the Arizona Diamondbacks turned the corner.  While still finishing in fifth place in the NL West, the D-Backs improved from 53-109 to 75-87 — an improvement from the first overall draft pick to the twelfth pick.  Arizona even briefly rose above .500 in late July.  “We’re headed in the right […]

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Brewers Celebrate End of Season With Division Title

Milwaukee Narrowly Wins National League Central Monday, October 1st, 2018 “We’re not done yet!” That was the resounding sentiment in the Milwaukee Brewers locker room when they were told they had clinched the National League Central title, for the 2nd time. With a 81-81 record, Milwaukee’s stars certainly feel like they have a good chance to go all the way. “We’ve learned […]

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Braves Clinch Eastern Division Title

Braves Win Tight National League East Race Saturday, September 29th, 2018 “We’re not done yet!” That was the resounding sentiment in the Atlanta Braves locker room when they were told they had clinched the National League East title, for the 2nd time. With a 96-64 record, Atlanta’s stars certainly feel like they have a good chance to go all the way. “We’ve […]

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Angels Celebrate Division Title

Los Angeles Angels Clinch First in American League West Friday, September 28th, 2018 “We’re not done yet!” That was the resounding sentiment in the Los Angeles Angels locker room when they were told they had clinched the American League West title, for the 4th time. With a 101-58 record, Los Angeles’s stars certainly feel like they have a good chance to go […]

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Twins Go Back-To-Back In A.L. Central

Minnesota Twins Clinch First in American League Central Thursday, September 27th, 2018 “We’re not done yet!” That was the resounding sentiment in the Minnesota Twins locker room when they were told they had clinched the American League Central title, for the 2nd time. With a 94-64 record, Minnesota’s stars certainly feel like they have a good chance to go all the way. […]

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Orioles Clinch A.L. East Crown

Baltimore Orioles Clinch First in American League East September 25, 2018 “We’re not done yet!” That was the resounding sentiment in the Baltimore Orioles locker room when they were told they had clinched the American League East title, for the 2nd time. With a 101-56 record, Baltimore’s stars certainly feel like they have a good chance to go all the way. “We’ve […]

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Rumor Mill: Yankees Making Changes?

Bronx Bombers Blowing Up The Roster? Rumors are circulating out of New York that the Yankees are close to making big changes to their roster. Several reports suggest that Juan Francisco, the prize of the 2016-2017 free agent market, could be the first piece moved from New York. Francisco saw his production take a small step backwards in his first […]

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Hauck Throws No Hitter

Bill Hauck No-Hits Nats In D-Backs 4-0 Win It was the game that pitchers dream about: the no-hitter. It happened today at Chase Field. Bill Hauck of the Arizona Diamondbacks was right on target against the Washington Nationals in a 4-0 victory. Hauck zeroed in on them, holding them hitless with 11 strikeouts and 2 walks. “I just had it all today,” Hauck told BNN reporters […]

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Orioles join group of prominent teams

The 31 wins of the Baltimore Orioles in 2018 have boosted them into 5th place for the best season start through 40 games. They join a group of famous teams, the ’29 Athletics, ’41 Browns, ’46 Red Sox, ’98 Yankees, 2001 Mariners all went 31-9 through 40. With two games left, Baltimore will now attack the ’12 Giants (32-8) and […]

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BREAKING NEWS: Yankees Find Their New GM

Yankees Hire New GM After losing their General Manager suddenty, Yankee fans were left wondering what was to come. The organization answered that question today by hiring Chipper Coltre. The Yankees new GM had this to say: “I’m the new kid on the block. I know that I’ve got a lot to prove to you. It’s a year-round job. There’s […]

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The Hateful Eighth

by Toby Schreiber   Carlos Meza sat in the clubhouse, still in his uniform, staring into the void. The first pitch he’d thrown all game went for an out. By the time he’d strutted back to the dugout after the seventh, no Marlin had seen second base. Only three had reached first, and he’d put all three there himself with […]

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Diamondbacks Hopeful as Spring Training Begins

Things have been pretty quiet in the baseball desert this off-season. One might think that wholesale changes would have been in the offing for the Arizona Diamondbacks after an epically-bad 109-loss season and ‘earning’ a second-straight top overall draft pick. But optimism is in strong supply as the D-backs start spring training. “Not many changes were made because the seeds […]

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The Race to First (Pick)

At the end of the season last year, there was three races that people were watching at the end of the season. The Dodgers and Padres were in a battle for the NL West, and it came down to game 163, with the loser going into the wild card, which was a 6-team battle down to the last series. Then […]

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