1. Breeders' Cup 2011 Results: After Loss to Longshot, Was Goldikova Overrated?

    It's one thing when a horse at 30-1 or 40-1 odds makes a shocking win. It's a great story and a great payout. For a horse at 65-1 odds to beat a horse at nearly even odds, however, is entirely shocking...

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  2. Breeders' Cup 2011: Do Any Longshots Have Chance in Classic Matchup?

    With the Breeders' Cup Classic just a short time away, bets have been placed, frontrunners are ready to go, and longshots are looking for their chance to pull off a shocker...

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  3. Breeders' Cup 2011 Results: Aidan O'Brien and Son Joseph Ride to Victory

    The Breeders' Cup continues to provide great story after great story, whether it's an upset by a longshot horse, or an event having nothing to do with the horses at all...

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  4. Breeders' Cup 2011 Results: Caleb's Posse Rips Past Shackleford, Wins Dirt Mile

    The latest race in the Breeders' Cup has come and gone, and the dirt mile, one of the faster races in the two-day event, is done. As expected, Shackleford charged out, along with The Factor, to an early lead...

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  5. Breeders' Cup 2011 Contenders: Union Rags Will Not Have Competition in Juvenile

    In the final race before the Breeders' Cup Classic, the Breeders' Cup Juvenile, 13 horses will compete to be the horse to watch next year...

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  6. Breeders' Cup 2011 Favorites: Uncle Mo Should Not Be Frontrunner in Classic

    In this year's Breeders' Cup Classic, which takes place tonight, one of the consistent favorites has been Uncle Mo. Alongside Havre De Grace, So You Think, and Flat Out, Uncle Mo has had low odds and, according to many, is better than ever...

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  7. Breeders' Cup 2011 Results: Long Shot Afleet Again Wins Marathon in Shocker

    Saturday's first race of the 2011 Breeders' Cup, the Marathon, has come and gone, and already racing fans are seeing their share of shockers. Birdrun, ridden by John Velazquez, who was the favorite heading into today, finished second...

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  8. 2011 Breeders' Cup: Why Havre De Grace Will Be the Next Zenyatta

    Two years ago, the Breeders' Cup became a big thing thanks to a filly named Zenyatta. Her clear win in 2009 along with her narrow loss in 2010 made her the talk of the horse racing world...

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  9. 2011 Breeders' Cup: Why Shackleford Will Destroy Competition on Dirt Mile

    Shackleford has recently been an incredibly tough horse to predict. After failing down the stretch in the Kentucky Derby, he came back to easily win the Preakness...

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  10. Breeders' Cup 2011: Will Ruler On Ice Pull Off Upset in Classic?

    The final race of the Breeders' Cup, the Breeders' Cup Classic, will showcase many horses that casual racing fans may know from this year's Triple Crown races...

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  11. MLB Free Agents 2012: Why Cleveland Indians Need To Sign Jason Kubel

    The Cleveland Indians are entering free agency with a few holes in their outfield. Grady Sizemore and Kosuke Fukudome likely won't be back, and while right field and center field ...

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  12. Baseball Hall of Fame: Which Golden Era Players Should Be Inducted?

    Earlier today, 10 baseball figures were selected to be on the Golden Era ballot for possible induction into the Baseball Hall of Fame...

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  13. Derek Lowe: Cleveland Indians' New Acquisition Makes Perfect Sense

    This is an angle I was not expecting to take when I first heard the news that Derek Lowe was traded to the Cleveland Indians ...

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  14. 2012 MLB Free Agency: 20 “Can't-Miss” Signings That Will Blow Up on Teams

    The season of MLB free agency is underway, and all 30 teams are beginning to make over their roster. Some have already made moves such as declining options, while others have done ...

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  15. Every MLB Team's Biggest One-Hit Wonder Ever

    There are many stories in baseball lore. There are the all-time baseball greats like Babe Ruth, Willie Mays, Jackie Robinson and the like. There are now those connected to the steroid era and those who make up the newest generation of stars...

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  16. 2011 World Series: Expect a Game 6 Pitchers' Duel Between Lewis, Garcia

    Tomorrow night, the Texas Rangers and St. Louis Cardinals will meet up for Game 6. The Rangers are one game away from winning their first ever World Series, while the Cardinals ...

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  17. Cleveland Indians: Jeanmar Gomez Should Round out 2012 Rotation

    The Cleveland Indians have their starting rotation mostly set. Given that they traded the pitching farm to bring in Ubaldo Jimenez, he and Justin Masterson are naturally the 1-2 punch to start things off...

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  18. 2012 MLB Free Agency: Predicting the “All-Bust” Team for Next Season

    Every year, there are players that are signed to massive free agent contracts, and naturally do not live up to them. There are further players who are naturally signed to good deals, yet for whatever reason fall far short of what was expected...

    Dan Tylicki Written by Dan Tylicki about 3 years ago 359 reads 0 comments

  19. 2012 MLB Free-Agency Predictions: Where the Top 25 Pitchers Will Land

    For 26 of the 30 MLB teams, October's arrival means that it's time to begin looking at MLB free agency. The crop of talent at each position varies, with some areas looking very good and others looking poor...

    Dan Tylicki Written by Dan Tylicki about 3 years ago 3,139 reads 5 comments

  20. The Most Annoying Habit of Every Team's Manager

    Baseball players are known as creatures of habit. If a player is at a certain position and a certain spot in the lineup all year, they'll do better than if they are bounced around...

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  21. The Least Popular Player from Every MLB Franchise's History

    Everyone knows of the popular players on every team, even the bad ones. We know of Andrew McCutchen, Brett Myers and Ichiro, despite how bad their teams may be. One thing is certain: no matter what team you're on, you have to produce...

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  22. 10 Pitchers You Really Want to Avoid Facing in a Playoff Series

    Sandy Koufax, Curt Schilling, Bob Gibson. We all know the pitchers who turn red hot in postseason play and are able to stop hitters dead in their tracks...

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  23. MLB Free Agent News: Every Team's No. 1 Offseason Priority

    At this point in the baseball season, there are teams thinking about making a playoff push, getting home field advantage in the LDS and LCS and are looking ahead to the World Series...

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  24. MLB Trade Rumors: 10 High-Salary Guys Teams Will Look To Move This Winter

    The August waiver wire always shows us one interesting thing: usually there will be ballplayers with big-time salaries dangled out for teams to snag, and for good reason they are rarely picked up...

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  25. 10 Most Violent Deliveries in MLB

    If there's one thing that has changed about pitching deliveries over time, it's that they are a lot more streamlined...

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