1. Los Angeles Dodgers Hiroki Kuroda: An Important Start Saturday Night

    It’s not often a starter on a team that is 11.5 games out of a playoff spot has a big start in the middle of July, but tonight is a big start for Los Angeles Dodgers RHP Hiroki Kuroda ...

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  2. MLB: 5 Questions for the Second Half

    I always believed the first half of the baseball season is the appetizer and the second half of the season is the main course. Appetizers are great, but people go out to dinner for the main course...

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  3. MLB Realignment: Houston Astros to American League West?

    Two sources close to the Major League Baseball realignment plan have told Arizona Diamondbacks " target="_blank">Fox Sports Arizona’s Jack MacGruder that if Major League ...

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  4. Fantasy Baseball Fallout: Francisco Rodriguez to the Milwaukee Brewers

    Now that we have had some time to digest the first big trade of the baseball season, it’s time to take a look at the fantasy fallout from the Francisco Rodriguez trade...

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  5. New York Mets Send Francisco Rodriguez To The Milwaukee Brewers

    I wonder if Bud Selig was thrilled with the fact that a big trade was reported during the All-Star game... At around 11:00 EST, which was in the middle of the eighth inning, SI...

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  6. Battle of the Left-Handed Middle Relievers: Randy Choate vs. Tim Byrdak

    As the Major League Baseball trade deadline approaches, left-handed relievers are like the hot international import during the offseason. The average fan has no idea who he is, but for some reason, every team wants him...

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  7. 2011 MLB All-Star Game: National League Beats American League

    For the second year in a row, the National League will have home-field advantage in the World Series. The National League beat the American League 5-1 in the 82nd All-Star game last night in Arizona...

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  8. Los Angeles Dodgers Acquire Juan Rivera From The Toronto Blue Jays

    With a 0.5 combined WAR in 2011, Los Angeles Dodgers left fielders have been some of the worst in baseball...

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  9. Alex Presley Providing A Spark For The Pittsburgh Pirates

    One of the reasons the Pittsburgh Pirates finished the first half with a 47-43 record and just one game behind the Milwaukee Brewers and St. Louis Cardinals is because they got some tremendous contributions from some unlikely sources...

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  10. 2011 MLB All-Star Game News and Notes

    There was a flurry of All-Star game roster moves over the weekend, so let’s catch up on everything involved with the Midsummer Classic...

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  11. Recapping Mike Trout's First Weekend For The Los Angeles Angels Of Anaheim

    One of the great aspects of the NFL, NBA and even NHL draft is that the top draft picks are in attendance...

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  12. Derek Jeter: New York Yankees Captain Collects 3,000th Hit

    New York Yankees SS Derek Jeter just collected the 3,000th hit of his career. Jeter came into Saturday’s game needing just two hits to reach 3,000 and he singled through the ...

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  13. MLB's Worst: Boston Red Sox Right Fielders

    I think it’s time to continue our Baseball’s Worst series. We last covered which team had baseball’s worst center fielders, and that dubious distinction went to the Seattle Mariners ...

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  14. MLB All-Star Game 2011 Final Vote: Paul Konerko and Shane Victorino Win

    In a surprise to absolutely nobody, Philadelphia Phillies OF Shane Victorino and Chicago White Sox 1B Paul Konerko won the final vote for the National League and American League, respectively, for the 2011 MLB All-Star Game in Arizona...

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  15. Florida Marlins Trade for Boston Red Sox's Mike Cameron

    Just a couple of days after being designated for assignment by the Boston Red Sox , Mike Cameron has found a new home. The Florida Marlins acquired the 38-year-old outfielder for a player to be named later or cash...

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  16. Milwaukee Brewers: What's Wrong with Casey McGehee?

    When Casey McGehee burst onto the scene for the Milwaukee Brewers in 2009, he represented a pleasant surprise for the Brew Crew...

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  17. 2011 All-Star Game Selections and Thoughts

    The American League and National League All Star teams were announced on TBS on Sunday, so let’s take a look at the starters, reserves, and who got snubbed from this year’s game...

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  18. National League Awards: First-Half Version

    Last week, we took a look at our first-half award winners for the American League, so it’s only fitting to take a look at our first-half award winners for the National League...

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  19. 10 Things We Learned About Baseball In June

    The 2011 baseball keeps rolling along like a steam engine and as each month passes, the more baseball continues to surprise. The month of June was no exception to surprises...

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  20. Boston Red Sox Designate Mike Cameron For Assignment

    In the midst of my baseball trip between Washington and Baltimore , I just saw that the Boston Red Sox designated OF Mike Cameron for assignment. Cameron was batting .149/...

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  21. St. Louis Cardinals Release Ryan Franklin

    Two years ago, Ryan Franklin was an All-Star closer for the St. Louis Cardinals . Now, he’s out of a job. The Cardinals released the 38-year-old on Wednesday...

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  22. MLB First-Half Awards: American League Version

    Today represents the halfway mark of the baseball season for most teams. And with that, it’s time to take a look at whose been the best of the best for the first half in the American League...

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  23. South Carolina Gamecocks Win College World Series

    I just wanted to congratulate the University of South Carolina baseball team for winning their second consecutive College World Series . They beat the Florida Gators 5-2 last night to sweep the best-of-three championship series...

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  24. Los Angeles Dodgers Shut Down Jonathan Broxton

    Two years ago, Los Angeles Dodgers RHP Jonathan Broxton was amongst the best relievers in the game and looked like a sure bet to receive a multi-year deal once he hit free agency at the end of the 2011 season...

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  25. Boston Red Sox: The Sad Injury Story of Jed Lowrie

    Ever since the Boston Red Sox drafted infielder Jed Lowrie in the first round of the 2005 June draft, I’ve been a fan. Lowrie seemed to fit the mold of a Kevin Youkilis and Dustin Pedroia -type player...

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