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The Fix Is In: Clay Buchholz and the Spitball Issue

May 3, 2013MLB Baseball
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Take a close look at the glove arm of Boston Red Sox starting pitcher Clay Buchholz in the image accompanying this story. Does it look shiny? Does his sleeve look like it has a wet, greasy spot? That’s because it’s probably not perspiration. The TV cameras caught not only Buchholz’s arm but the furtive gestures […]

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Chicago Cubs Owner Threatens Move From Wrigley Field

May 1, 2013MLB Baseball
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Baseball purists and historians might want to sit down for this one. Wrigley Field has been the home of the Cubs since 1916, but club chairman Tom Ricketts says the team will move to a new location if approval is not granted for more outfield signs — including a huge new video scoreboard. Originally known […]

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Ricky Romero’s Struggles Mirror Jays’ Poor Start

April 29, 2013MLB Baseball
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It’s been a rocky beginning for the Toronto Blue Jays, and nowhere is it more obvious than in the ranks of the starting pitchers. It’s already an old story how the Blue Jays’ starters have been pounded in the early innings of ballgames. Maybe help is on the way with former staff ace Ricky Romero. […]

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Blue Jays Searching For Answers After Reyes Injury

April 17, 2013MLB Baseball
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It’s still only April, and the Toronto Blue Jays are in trouble. Or are they? No one said winning a World Series was easy, despite all the pre-season hype and oddsmakers who touted the Blue Jays as world champions. Now they have a significant hole to deal with at one of the most important positions […]

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What In the World Went Wrong With Roy Halladay?

April 4, 2013MLB Baseball
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There is no way to sugar-coat it. His first start of 2013 for the Philadelphia Phillies was not one that anyone would ever associate with a player like Roy Halladay (pictured), who could be considered one of the 10 best pitchers of the last 30 years. But there is no denying that stats line. “Rocky” […]

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American League East Preview: Jays Lead the Way

March 31, 2013MLB Baseball
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According to the most recent MLB futures, Toronto is the pre-season pick not only to win the most games in the division, but also to take the American League East, the American League pennant and the World Series. So no pressure, right? Well, at least one other team in the division might have something to […]

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American League Central Preview: Midwest Makeovers

March 29, 2013MLB Baseball
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Of all the divisions in the major leagues, this could be one of the toughest to predict. Many changes have occurred with most of the five teams here, and one of the clubs which overhauled the most will see an immediate payoff in the standings. CHICAGO WHITE SOX 2013 Predicted Wins Over/Under: 80.5 The South […]

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American League West Preview: Big Risks, Big Rewards

March 27, 2013MLB Baseball
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Good things were predicted for both the Angels and the Rangers, but on the final day of the 2012 regular season it was the A’s who stunned everybody. Can an upset happen two seasons in a row in this division? The most recent MLB futures list says “no.” HOUSTON ASTROS 2013 Predicted Wins Over/Under: 59.5 […]

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National League East Preview: Four Questions, One Answer

March 26, 2013MLB Baseball
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According to the latest MLB futures, only one team has a chance of catching the Washington Nationals in the standings. The others will be left to ponder their fates and figure out how to get into the race in one of baseball’s most competitive divisions. ATLANTA BRAVES 2013 Predicted Wins Over/Under: 88.5 The good news […]

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National League Central Preview: Red Is the Color

March 25, 2013MLB Baseball
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The Houston Astros have moved to the American League West, so now a new contender must emerge as the doormat of the league. As with the A.L. West, two of these teams figure to dominate this division while the others will likely be on the outside looking in, according to the latest MLB futures. CINCINNATI […]

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