1. Angels Have A Playoff Prayer

    The Los Angeles Angels are currently in 1st place in the AL West and could represent the American League in the World Series. The Angels are not out of the woods yet in the West as the Texas Rangers are playing well and still making a charge...

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  2. MLB Sleepers of the Draft All-Star Team

    Here is my 25 man roster for the 2009 MLB Sleepers of the draft All Star Team. To be considered a sleeper of the draft All Star you can not be drafted in the first round. This eliminates some famous stars like Alex Rodriguez, Josh Beckett, and Joe Mauer..

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  3. The Fresh Prince Leaving the Milwaukee Brewers after 2009?

    Is it possible that Prince Fielder could be on the move out of Milwaukee? If Milwaukee icons Laverne & Shirley left I am sure the Fresh Prince can also go...

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  4. International Baseball Draft Long Overdue

    There is no doubt that Major League Baseball is a global melting pot with players from Asia, South America, Canada, and the United States. With all of this talent coming from all over the world, it's time for MLB to institute a Global Draft...

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  5. MLB Attendance:The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

    The 2009 Major League Baseball regular season is coming to a end and the attendance numbers don’t look so great. Major League Baseball attendance in 2009 will be off about five million fans for 2009 compared to 2008...

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  6. Wright Time To Come Back For New York Met Fans

    On Tuesday David Wright made his glorious return to the New York Mets lineup after taking a 94 mph fast ball to the head about 3 weeks ago...

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  7. Los Angeles Dodgers vs. San Francisco Giants: Rivalry Coming Back

    The Dodgers vs. Giants rivalry has been going on since the late 1800s and, for most fans, peaked in 1951 with the “Shot Heard 'Round the World." I think the game and homer was actually a subplot on the hit show M*A*S*H back in the '70s...

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  8. Tampa Bays Rays Owner says “Not a Salary Dump”

    Tampa Bay Rays principal owner Stuart Sternberg spoke with the media about the Scott Kazmir trade and said “I think any real fan who looked at it could clearly see that it’s not a salary dump”...

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  9. Baltimore Orioles: These Birds Need to Fly

    Last night, the Baltimore Orioles were mathematically eliminated from the AL East crown for 2009 at the hands of the New York Yankees. The Orioles are in the midst of a 12 year a slump...

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  10. 09/01/2009 MLB Standings, MLB Payroll, MLB Attendance

    Here are the MLB Standings for 09/01/2009 along with the 2009 opening day payroll. I also added the Average attendance for teams across MLB. The top payroll teams are in 1st place an in charge of the divisions...

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  11. Pittsburgh Pirates vs. Cincinnati Reds Draws Only 2,000 Fans!

    Today as part of the day-and-night double-header, the Cincinnati Reds defeated the Pittsburgh Pirates 4-3 and only about 2,000 fans saw the game. This has to be the lowest ever attendance I ever heard of in my baseball lifetime...

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  12. Texas Rangers Showing Giant Heart

    The Texas Rangers are showing some giant-sized heart this season and showing the world they are here to stay...

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  13. Tampa Bay Rays Need Jimmy Morris Magic

    The Tampa Bay Rays need Jimmy Morris or maybe the Movie magic “The Rookie” Jimmy Morris brings...

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  14. Bud Selig's Legacy, what will it be?

    Bud Selig is the Commissioner of Major League baseball and he plans to retire in 2012 when his current contract expires...

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  15. San Diego Padres, Stop Being Chicken

    The San Diego Padres in 2005 and 2006 went to the playoffs and now are dead last in the NL West. In the last year the Padres got rid of icons Trevor Hoffman via free agency and just traded Jake Peavy to the White Sox...

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  16. NL Wild Card Race Is Baseball's Best Kept Secret

    The 2009 NL Wild Card is shaping up to be one of the most exciting races in baseball this season. The Colorado Rockies just battled the San Francisco Giants in a four-game series that ended with ...

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  17. Steroids in Baseball Was Not a suprise

    The Modern Steroid ERA in Baseball began sometime in the 80’s and if you listen to Jose Canseco it was before the 1985 Baseball season...

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  18. Buck Showalter's MLB Realignment Plan Has Serious Flaws

    I got a text message on Saturday telling me to turn on Baseball Tonight because Buck Showalter had an idea for realigning Major League Baseball...

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  19. MLB Schedule great match ups this weekend

    With only about 32 games left in the Major League Baseball Schedule there are some great series match ups this weekend. You have your timeless rivalry between the Yankees and Red Soxs which will get allot of the major attention...

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  20. 08/21/2009 MLB Standings, MLB Payroll, MLB Attendance

    Here are the MLB Standings for 08/21/2009 along with the 2009 opening day payroll. I also added the Average attendance for teams across MLB...

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  21. 2009 MLB Draft and Signing Grades

    The 2009 MLB Draft and Signing are now complete and its time to pass out the final Grades. We have covered the big winners and big losers now we will cover all the teams...

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  22. Team Directions Around Major League Baseball

    Let’s look at the teams around the MLB and the directions they are headed. You have 14 teams who pretty much can start planning for next season. Later we will look at the other 16 teams and the direction of the franchise...

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  23. 08/11/2009 MLB Standings and MLB Payroll

    Here are the MLB Standings for 08/11/2009 along with MLB Payroll for 2009 opening day. The top one or two in payrolls in a division are in 1st place in all the divsions across baseball...

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  24. MLB Commissioner For a Day: Am I Hired or Fired?

    What would you do if your were allowed to be MLB Commissioner for a day? What would you put in place to improve the game and the fan experience? Well here are some things I would put in place to improve Major League Baseball...

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  25. 2009 World Series Preview

    The Odds on favorite for a 2009 World Series Match up will be the defending champs Philadelphia Phillies and the New York Yankees...

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