1. MLB Division Series Day Three: Sox Stoppers?

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  2. The Birth of a Star: Longoria Establishes Stardom in First Playoff Game

    Yesterday's games gave us a rare occurrence that we see in the postseason. It’s a special moment when a player announces his presence in Major League Baseball as a force to be reckoned with...

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  3. MLB Division Series Day Two: Time To Buckle Down, Chicago

    I don't think anyone could have asked for a better start to the 2008 MLB Playoffs. All three games had excitement, only one ended up getting slightly out of hand, but all three games gave us a little bit more to talk about...

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  4. MLB Division Series: Day One

    There is nothing like playoff baseball and I'd like to formerly welcome fans in Milwaukee and Tampa Bay to the experience...

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  5. 2008 MLB Awards and Predictions: Community Leader Edition

    Who do your leaders in the MLB Community here on Bleacher Report think will win it all? How about who they picked to be the American League MVP or the National League Cy Young? Well, we can ...

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  6. 2008 MLB Playoff Contender Rankings

    The phrase "built for the postseason" is thrown around a lot in today’s day and age. Especially with a short series to start it off and the opportunity for teams that just snuck in to pull off the upset...

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  7. What's Making Me Talk: Playoffs Here We Come

    I think it's pretty cool that for one weekend, all of a sudden, the focus wasn't primarily on football. Even with all the big upsets in college football and some of the storylines in the NFL, baseball has dominated the talk of the town...

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  8. College Morning Picks: It's Division One Football!

    As my father would say, "Now we're cooking with fire." I don't know any other way you could cook, to be honest with you. I'm feeling pretty good after last week. In all five games, I wasn't really sure as far as a given winner...

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  9. CC Sabathia is Already Earning His Next Contract

    The bitter realization that he is finally gone is starting to wear off. I'm in complete awe watching CC Sabathia dazzle us all in the stretch run of the MLB regular season...

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  10. Integrity Issues: What Teams Should Do in Baseball's Final Weekend

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  11. Indians Off-Season: Let The 40 Man Roster Purge Begin!

    Slowly, but surely, Mark Shapiro will be casting off bodies from his boat. Some may be dead-weight; while others might be a few good men he's willing to risk. Either way, they are all caught up in the middle of the great 40-man roster purge of 2008...

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  12. What's Making Me Talk: Goodbye Yankee Stadium, Goodbye Regular Season

    It's the most wonderful time of the year for the fan-bases of eight major league teams, and the most dreadful for 22 others. Or, somewhat positive depending on what type of note your team is ending its season on...

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  13. College Morning Picks: In-Conference Schedules Get Thick

    That wasn't pretty. No, not Ohio State's live beatdown in Southern California. I'm talking about last week's picks of course. I've gone two for three already this year, but the manner that I did it in last week is what makes it ugly...

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  14. Baseball Players You Just Love to Watch

    Sitting here with nothing else to do, watching a crucial game for the Minnesota Twins as they try and keep pace with the Chicago White Sox in the American League Central race, I come to appreciate the major league ball player...

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  15. What's Making Me Talk: Carlos Zambrano and My Walk-Off Win

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  16. College Morning Picks: Big Games in California

    Boy, ESPN is really working Kirk Herbstreit this week. You can tell he's losing his voice and they haven't even put on the main show. I won't lose my voice, because I'm not actually talking for this, unless you’re inside my head...

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  17. Trust Thy Brain: Shapiro Saves Eric Wedge For 2009

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  18. Return of Pronk: Travis Hafner Swings His Way Back to the Tribe

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  19. What's Making Me Talk: Carlos Quentin Can Still Garner MVP Votes

    It's the most wonderful time of the year for a baseball fan. Unless, of course, you are a Cleveland Indian fan, who expected their team to be in a much better position than they are now...

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  20. College Morning Picks: Can ECU Do It Again?

    Hopefully, after a week under my belt, I can turn in a better performance than last week's 2-3 meltdown. What's sad is one of my wins was a so called upset pick, where would I be without ...

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  21. Call-Up the Tribe: Cleveland Set To Make Moves

    If you are a Cleveland Indians fan, you are probably asking yourself, especially after a sweep to the awful Seattle Mariners, why you should pay attention to September baseball...

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  22. What's Making Me Talk: Let's Reach 20 and the Fall of Almonte

    Last week, I had to forget putting out one of these due to a move and class starting the day after that. So, I'm sort of back, loaded with older stories that I want to talk about. Thankfully, some of these stories are still fresh in the spotlight...

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  23. Michigan falls to Utah in Rodriguez's coaching debut

    The culture has changed and so has the game for the Michigan Wolverines. Obviously though, with changes there are expected to be growing pains...

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  24. College Morning Picks: Another Michigan Upset and Chasing the Heisman

    I really could care less about the many "cupcakes" slated to play against the big boys on this College Football New Year...

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  25. Don't Fret Fans, MLB Playoff Races Far from Over

    I was pretty shocked the other day when I heard the words, "The Rays have pretty much wrapped up the East," uttered by someone on ESPN...

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