1. Trades In Review: A Divisional Breakdown of the NL East

    For those of you that have been living under a rock for the past weeks, the non-waiver trading deadline has passed in Major League Baseball...

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  2. Ivan Rodriguez: The Next Big Name on the Move

    Another big name player is on the move as the trade deadline looms just over 24 hours away. The Detroit Tigers were in search for a bullpen arm to help patch up the hole being created by Todd Jones, Joel Zumaya, and Fernando Rodney...

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  3. Brave Move: Mark Teixeira Traded to Angels

    The 2008 campaign is officially over for the Atlanta Braves. Sitting 7.5 games out of the National League East lead, and with stars Chipper Jones and Tim Hudson recently placed on ...

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  4. Hot Stove Recap

    As the hours tick by, the baseball world gets closer and closer to the July 31st Non-Waiver Trading Deadline...

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  5. Philadelphia Phillies Need To Buy As Deadline Approaches

    As the Philadelphia Phillies approach the All-Star Break, the mood in the City of Brotherly Love is content. Ryan Howard is heating up, Chase Utley is having an MVP-type season, Brad Lidge and ...

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  6. Open Mic: Why Baseball GMs Have the Most Difficult Job

    Being a General Manager is not an easy thing to do. You must put up with your boss's whims (the owner(s) of the franchise), you must acquire talent that will make your team better, ...

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  7. Open Mic: Which Sport Has the Best Athletes?

    I have watched a lot of sports in my 17-year existence, ranging from the America's four major sports—football, basketball, hockey, and baseball—to European soccer whenever I get the chance...

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  8. Red Sox Take Win and Series against Phillies

    The Boston Red Sox showed just how good they were after wrapping up their interleague series with the Philadelphia Phillies. The Red Sox won the series with the Phillies, and also matched the Phillies in runs produced with 12...

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  9. MLB: Red Sox Earn a Win in Philadelphia

    Game two of the inter-league series between the Philadelphia Phillies and the Boston Red Sox truly showed how important good pitching is...

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  10. Boston Red Sox Lose Game One Against Philadelphia Phillies

    Every baseball season, the matchup of the Boston Red Sox and the Philadelphia Phillies has me torn as to which team I root for. My hometown team, the Phillies, or the team that I've spent my life rooting for, the Red Sox...

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  11. Boston Red Sox Draft Day Decisions: 2008 Draft Preview

    In 2004, the Boston Red Sox won their first World Series title in 86 years. That team of self-proclaimed "idiots" had endeared themselves to the people of Red Sox Nation...

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  12. Philadelphia Phillies Fans: Have No Fear, the Worst is Over

    Well Phillies fans, the early part of the season is over. You all know what I'm talking. Those first two months when the Phillies have already broken our spirits with dreadful starts that leave us counting down the days to training camp...

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  13. The Atlanta Braves Are Starting to Get it Together

    Whether you have noticed it or not, the Atlanta Braves have been climbing back into the top of the division. After a run that consisted of 14-consecutive division titles, the Braves were not in the postseason for back-to-back seasons in 2006 and 2007..

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  14. 2007-08 Philadelphia Flyers' Season in Perspective

    The "Vengeance Now" billboards and ad campaigns look foolish now. After last night's crushing Game 6 loss to the Pittsburgh Penguins, the Flyers' magical season finally ended...

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  15. NL East: Monthly Review

    Apparently, the end of the world is near. The Florida Marlins, yes, that hapless franchise in south Florida, are atop the NL East. Not the Philadelphia Phillies, or the Atlanta Braves, or even those New York Mets...

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  16. Boston Red Sox Start Season Strong Despite Injuries and Some Weak Performances

    The Boston Red Sox have gotten off to a great start here in 2008. They sit atop the American League Eastern Division over the surprising Tampa Bay Rays by a game and a half. The Red Sox have won seven out of their past 10 games, making them 24-16...

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  17. Flyers-Penguins: Game 3 Preview

    The 2008 Eastern Conference Finals are half over. The Pittsburgh Penguins have jumped out to a 2-0 series lead over the Philadelphia Flyers and the first two games reveal that the Fat Lady is already warming up for her solo...

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  18. Philadelphia Phillies' Remedy: Good, Young Pitching Means More Wins

    It's a common consensus here in Philadelphia. Everyone knows about it, and everyone in the Major Leagues always wants the same thing. Everyone wants pitching. Those who have it feel like they have the world on a string...

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