1. 2010 MLB Playoffs: Tampa Bay Rays Rest Playoff Hopes on Rookie Wade Davis

    In 2009, Davis enjoyed a taste of the bigs with a September call up. In 2010, Davis is getting more than a taste, as the Rays turn to their 25-year-old rookie right hander to keep their playoff hopes alive...

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  2. MLB Playoff Prediction: 10 Reasons Evan Longoria Will Be ALCS MVP

    As the Tampa Bay Rays prepare to begin their 2010 post-season quest, they are not wide eyed, or star glazed. This isn't their first rodeo. Their first postseason experience opened their eyes...

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  3. Why the Tampa Bay Rays Will Again Compete for the AL East Division Crown

    We interrupt this 2010 AL East Division Chase to bring you this important update: The Tampa Bay Rays are "All In" in 2010, and have no chips left for 2011...

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  4. Miami Dolphins Vs. Minnesota Vikings Key Matchup: Greg Camarillo Vs. Benny Sapp

    Who would've thought that the Dolphins chances of starting out 2-0 could hinge on who got the better of the pre-season trade of Greg Camarillo and Benny Sapp? But that very well could decide if Miami can win back-to-back road games...

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  5. Brian Cashman, New York Yankees Do Not Have Playoff Picture in Focus

    This past week, Major League Baseball witnessed one of the best three-game, going-for-the-division slug fests in history. Three one-run games. Two extra inning games. Cy Young caliber pitching...

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  6. New York Yankees vs. Tampa Bay Rays Live Blog: CC Sabathia, David Price Showdown

    It doesn't get any better than this. A 19 game winner. A 17 game winner. The best two teams in baseball...

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  7. MLB Trade Recap: Biggest Winners, Losers in Thursday's Trades

    In a very deadline-type day, three major deals took place less than 48 hours before the clock will strike 12 on potential trades...

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  8. 2010 MLB Trade Rumors: Adam Dunn to Tampa Bay Rays a Done Deal?

    According to Joel Sherman of the New York Post, the Tampa Bay Rays are currently the "favorites" to land the Washington Nationals first baseman Adam Dunn. Is there really another deal that makes this much sense? The Rays could use another slugger...

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  9. MLB Trade Rumors: What a Phillies-Astros-Rays Trade Would Accomplish

    The latest reports have the Philadelphia Phillies emerging as the leading candidate for Houston Astros longtime ace Roy Oswalt...

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  10. Love Him or Hate Him, George Steinbrenner Was a Winner

    I never liked George Steinbrenner. As a fan of a different team in the AL East, it was virtually impossible to like the man who helped keep every other team in that division out of the playoffs...

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  11. MLB Trade Rumors: Texas, Lands Lee, Not New York.

    Everyone thought Cliff Lee to New York was a done deal. Well everyone thought wrong. The Texas Rangers took advantage of a snag in the Yankee trade discussions and have landed the top pitcher on the market according to many sources...

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  12. MLB Trade Rumors: Cliff Lee and Jayson Werth to The Yankees?

    If early reports are true, the rich are about to get richer. Talks have heated up to the point that a deal could be in place by the end of the day...

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  13. "King" LeBron James Gives Cleveland Cavaliers the Royal Screw Job

    It's the morning after LeBron James' decision and many believe basketball has changed forever. But, respect should never go out of style. People in South Florida are still dancing in the streets...

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  14. Why David Price Should Be the AL All-Star Starting Pitcher

    Did you see Price finish the sweep against Boston? Seriously? Even with all of Boston's injuries, they are still no offensive slouch. David Ortiz, Kevin Youkilis, and Adrian Beltre were no match for Price...

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  15. MLB Trade Rumors: Is Jayson Werth Worth More Than Adam Dunn?

    Don't let your eyes fool you. This bum look-alike will actually be worth more this off-season than you or anyone else who reads this will make in the rest of your lifetimes...

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  16. Meet the Three New Aces of the AL East

    It really is crazy. In a division that features a 20 game winner (CC Sabathia), a Cy Young winner (Josh Beckett), and the 2008 ALCS MVP (Matt Garza), it's the kids who have been making the most noise...

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  17. Could the Tampa Bay Rays Become Sellers at the Trading Deadline?

    The Tampa Bay Rays are having an identity crisis. During baseball's first six weeks, no team was hotter. Now during the last six weeks, very few teams have been colder. As it stands, the Rays have fallen from first to third in the AL East...

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  18. MLB Trade Rumors: What Each AL "BEast" Team Needs to Capture Division

    Only one half game separates the Boston Red Sox and the Tampa Bay Rays from the New York Yankees. The once red-hot Rays have finally cooled off after owning a six game lead over New York in late May...

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  19. Why Prince Fielder's Best Landing Spot Is with the Tampa Bay Rays

    The Tampa Bay payroll is at an all-time high. The Rays have numerous big-name free agents at the end of the season who, barring a new stadium built in the next six months, they will not have the money to keep...

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  20. 2010 MLB Draft: Tampa Bay Rays Dream Big With 17th Overall Pick

    If only the baseball draft was like the NFL draft. Fans get so excited by the sight of Mel Kiper Jr.'s hair that they can almost not contain themselves. They see their teams picking a player they hope can help their team win this year...

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  21. You Can Make It Right, Bud Selig

    Imagine history that never happened. A game that never was. Well, at least an ending that should have been, but never will be. If this sounds like a beginning to something like the Twilight Zone, you'd almost be right...

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  22. What the Tampa Bay Rays Have Learned In 2010: They Are Not All In

    All the talk this season has been how the Rays are going "all in," and the team's record-high payroll supports that argument...

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  23. Tampa Bay Rays Farm System Dominating the Majors

    It has been an amazing quarter season for the Tampa Bay Rays. Many wonder if they can keep this up. But when you dig into the reasons behind the Rays success, this has been a few years in the making...

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  24. Tampa Bay Rays Must Maintain Focus as Interleague Play Begins

    Things could not be going better for the Tampa Bay Rays right now. Coming off a two-game sweep of the New York Yankees, at the house that Jeter built no less, the Rays now have a commanding five-game lead, just a quarter of the way through the season...

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  25. Is Tonight's Game a "Must Win" for the New York Yankees?

    A quarter of the way into the 2010 season, the Yankees are on pace for a 101 win season. They lead the majors in runs scored. Their offense is still the feared Bronx Bombers...

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