1. World Series 2010: Texas Rangers-San Francisco Giants Starting Rotation Profile

    Ladies and gentlemen, your 2010 World Series combatants—the Texas Rangers and the San Francisco Giants...

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  2. New York Yankees: Core 4 Represent Offseason Issues for Bronx Bombers

    Not only does the ALCS Game 6 loss to the Texas Rangers end the New York Yankees' quest to repeat as baseball's World Series champions, but it may also signify the end of an era...

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  3. Cliff Lee or Sandy Koufax?: Why Texas Rangers' Lee Is the Better Game 7 Ace

    While Cliff Lee of the Texas Rangers continues his somewhat surprising march toward baseball immortality, each of his subsequent dominant postseason starts helps him climb higher and higher toward the pinnacle of baseball's Mount Olympus...

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  4. Arsenal FC: Gunners Already Preparing For Life After Cesc Fabregas?

    We've read all the stories, heard all the quotes from Barcelona regarding the nature of his DNA, and even witnessed the brazen ambush of Arsenal's captain as his future teammates "forced" the jersey of La Blaugrana upon him...

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  5. ALCS 2010: Texas Rangers Vs New York Yankees Positional Matchups

    After storming out to a 2-0 lead in their ALDS clash with the Tampa Bay Rays, it quickly appeared as if the Texas Rangers had taken firm control of the series and were inevitably headed ...

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  6. ALDS 2010: Cliff Lee and David Price Rematch As Aces Align For Decisive Game 5

    In a baseball season frequently dubbed "the year of the pitcher" because of the sudden proliferation of dominant mound performances seemingly helping to shut the door on Major League ...

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  7. 2010 MLB Playoffs: New York Yankees' Mariano Rivera at Home in Postseason

    Every year we hear the same whispers: "How much longer can Mo last?" Because it's such an infrequent occurrence, anytime he blows a save, the doubters surface with their proclamations of Mariano's imminent demise...

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  8. 2010 MLB Playoffs: Texas Rangers Firing On All Cylinders Against Tampa Bay Rays

    Now we don't want to get ahead of ourselves, not quite yet. With a two games to none advantage in the American League Division Series battle against the Tampa Bay Rays, the mood surrounding this Rangers ballclub is rather positive...

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  9. Roy Halladay No-Hitter: 10 Greatest Pitching Performances in MLB Playoff History

    Roy Halladay was brought to Philadelphia to lead an already solid starting rotation and to hopefully succeed where they ultimately failed last year; The Phillies want another World Series ring...

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  10. Arsenal FC: Is the Chase for the English Premier League Title Already Over?

    Of course I'm aware that it's only October 6. Yes, you're precisely correct, there are 31 matches left to be played on Arsenal's fixture list, nearly 82 percent of the 2010/11 season remaining...

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  11. MLB Playoff Predictions: Texas Rangers vs. Tampa Bay Rays Positional Matchups

    Finally. With the completion of Sunday's Major League Baseball regular season schedule, we now know who's in, who's out, and which matchups to look forward to when playoff action commences Wednesday...

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  12. Texas Rangers' Pitching Well-Armed for Deep Playoff Run

    The age-old axiom so often quoted in baseball circles that pitching and defense win championships is just as true today as it has always been...

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  13. NY Yankees: Derek Jeter Returning To Form In Time For Playoffs

    2010 season has represented unfamiliar territory for Yankee fans. For the first time in his distinguished 16-year career, Derek Jeter has struggled mightily with the bat for significant portions of the season...

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  14. Texas Rangers: 10 Reasons They Can Beat the NY Yankees in the Playoffs

    With their thrilling 4-3 victory over the A's in Oakland on Saturday, the Texas Rangers have finally made their long-awaited return to baseball's promised land, earning their first postseason berth since 1999...

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  15. Texas Rangers' Three Biggest Question Marks Heading Into October

    Barring an epic, Texas-sized collapse over the remaining 12 games of the regular season schedule, the American League West-leading Texas Rangers are poised to return to post-season baseball for the first time since 1999...

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  16. Andy Pettitte: Yankee Veteran Returns To Stabilize Rotation As October Looms

    Yankee fans and management had been growing uneasy recently, as the state of the starting rotation heading into the final weeks of the season has helped to create as many question as it has answered...

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  17. Alex Rodriguez: The New York Yankees Star's Quest for Elusive Clutch Reputation

    No, I'm not just excited because Alex Rodriguez hit a three-run home run with two strikes and two outs in the ninth inning of last night's game to claim a dramatic, 4-3 come-from-behind victory for the Yankees in Baltimore...

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  18. New York Yankees' Bullpen: Lights Out In The Bronx

    Time and time again, we are reminded of the cyclical nature of the game of baseball. Streaks come and go, first half heroes go missing down the stretch, and things we thought we knew ...

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  19. Arsenal FC: Captain Fabregas Pledges Support Of Gunners To Embattled Almunia

    After years of waiting for the potential to develop, the young Gunners of Arsenal may finally be ready to coalesce into the championship caliber team that manager Arsene Wenger has long envisioned...

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  20. Arsenal FC: Injury-Riddled Gunners Deep Enough To Defeat Bolton at The Emirates

    Fresh off of the first round of qualifying matches for Euro 2012, the English Premiership 2010-11 season can finally resume...

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  21. New York Yankees: The Captain Conundrum of 2011 and Beyond

    We've seen it throughout the years, as teams encounter difficult decisions, when long-serving veterans and fan-favorites enter the inevitable, athletic decline phase of their careers...

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  22. Arsenal FC 2010-11: New Season, Same Old Issues Facing the Gunners

    I fully comprehend that it would be foolhardy to attempt to draw definite conclusions from the first game of Arsenal's 2010-11 English Premier League season...

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  23. The Essence of MMA: A History of Extreme Violence As Sport

    Let me first state unequivocally that I am not here to condemn something that does not specifically appeal to me...

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  24. Arsenal FC 2010-11: Are We Still Waiting, Monsieur Wenger?

    After a summer rife with rumors, innuendo and a relentless pursuit of our captain by Barcelona, it would seem that Arsenal has had a busy summer...

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  25. New York Yankees: Javier Vazquez and the Illusion of Success

    Upon his return to the Bronx this season, Javier Vazquez was clearly a divisive figure among Yankee fans. Some saw the potential in the one-time Yankee, thinking that the man who ...

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