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Joe Maddon Opts-Out of Contract with Rays

October 24, 2014 MLB Baseball
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Tampa Bay Rays’ head coach Joe Maddon, who took Tampa from a struggling expansion team to annual contender, has opted out of his contract and will no longer manage the Rays effective immediately. Maddon, whose contract runs through 2015, has previously stated that he is happy at the helm of the Rays and excepted to […]

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Cardinals Beat Dodgers, Advance to NLCS

October 8, 2014 MLB Baseball
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The Cardinals are moving on while the Dodgers are going home. For the second year in a row, St. Louis blasted NL MVP and Sy Young favorite Clayton Kershaw in the seventh inning with a three-run home run off of the bat off of Matt Adam’s bat. Those three runs proved to be the only […]

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Nationals Pitcher Doug Fister Pitches Seven Scoreless Innings

October 7, 2014 MLB Baseball
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Washington Nationals pitcher Doug Fister pitched seven scoreless innings on Monday night as the Nationals beat the San Francisco Giants 4-1, taking control of the National League Division Series best of five series. Fister took the mound in front of 43,627 fans at AT&T Park in the Bay area last night and shut the Giants […]

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MLB Trade Deadline Live Updates: A’s Clear World Series Favorite

July 31, 2014 MLB Baseball
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Today’s Major League Baseball trade deadline is shaping up to be an arms race with a number of World Series contenders stocking their cupboards in preparation of the stretch run. Before we get into all the trades and analysis, first check out Sports Interaction’s World Series odds. Oakland Athletics   +450 Detroit Tigers   +600 Los Angeles […]

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The Future is Now for the Toronto Blue Jays

July 18, 2014 MLB Baseball
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The Blue Jays rollercoaster season resumes tonight in Toronto and the team’s future is just as cloudy as its past. So who are the Blue Jays? Are they the team that put together a 27-12 from late April into June, or the team that slumped to an 11-23 record leading up to the All-Star break? […]

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Blue Jays’ Strong Start Has World Series Odds on the Move

June 20, 2014 MLB Baseball
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When considering Major League Baseball’s 2014 World Series contenders, the Toronto Blue Jays aren’t exactly the first team that pops into your head. The fact is we’ve seen this team start off strong before only to crash and burn by the time the All-Star break rolls around. Supporters almost expect a collapse at this point. […]

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MLB Opening Day: Odds Stacked Against Toronto Blue Jays

March 31, 2014 Mixed Martial Arts
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What a difference a year makes in the life and times of a Toronto Blue Jays supporter. Last year, the Blue Jays went into the season as MLB favorite to win the World Series and ended up hitting every pothole imaginable in the long road of a baseball season. They finished in last place in […]

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Ricky Romero May Be Key to Toronto Blue Jays’ Success

March 13, 2014 MLB Baseball
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Whether Toronto Blue Jays fans like it or not, enigmatic starting pitcher Ricky Romero could be the lynchpin of the team’s success this season. A few years ago, Romero was the ace of Toronto’s pitching staff. He broke onto the scene in Toronto in 2009 and wowed everyone with his talent, winning 13 games that […]

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Blue Jays Could Help Bring Baseball Back to Montreal

September 10, 2013 MLB Baseball
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Montreal baseball fans will be treated to two MLB exhibition games between the Toronto Blue Jays and New York Mets ahead of the 2014 season.  With the Toronto Blue Jays booking the pair of preseason games against the New York Mets at Olympic Stadium, it may be a small step, but a very necessary one […]

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Montreal names street after Hall of Famer, Expos star Gary Carter

May 21, 2013 MLB Baseball
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The late Gary Carter last wore a Montreal Expos jersey back in 1992, but the impact he made on Montreal baseball fans lives on. The city will honor the Hall of Fame catcher Tuesday by naming a city street after him. Carter died in February after a battle with brain cancer. He played for the […]

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