1. Texas Rangers Must Heed Warnings of Pujols Saga When Dealing with Josh Hamilton

    Josh Hamilton, currently considered by many to be the best player in Major League Baseball, is in the midst of an incredible run to begin the 2012 season...

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  2. NY Yankees 2012: Which Curtis Granderson Will We See in 2012?

    Curtis Granderson , for several seasons one of the more dynamic talents in Major League Baseball, elevated his game in 2011 and produced a career year with the New York Yankees ...

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  3. Texas Rangers' Positional Battle: Who Will Roam Center Field in 2012?

    The defending American League Champion Texas Rangers enter Spring Training with very few holes to fill in their roster...

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  4. Texas Rangers: Which Starting Rotation Candidates Will Make the Cut?

    The Texas Rangers were long-regarded as an offensive-minded ball-club, built upon the strength of their lineup, with pitching generally seeming like an afterthought...

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  5. MLB Free Agents: Fielder, Pujols and Baseball's $100 Million Contract Club

    As the two marquee players available in this year's MLB free-agent market, Albert Pujols and Prince Fielder figured to cash in mightily once they received a favorable contract offer and signed upon the dotted line...

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  6. Tim Tebow Wins Again: Comparisons to John Elway Grow with Each Victory

    Tim Tebow , likely the most polarizing player in the NFL , has done it again. His fairy-tale run at the helm of the Denver Broncos has continued with yet another dramatic come-from-behind victory...

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  7. Ryan Braun Reportedly Fails Drug Test: Must Brewers Sign Prince Fielder Now?

    According to emerging reports , first broken by ESPN's "Outside the Lines," 2011 NL MVP Ryan Braun has allegedly tested positive for elevated levels of testosterone and as a result, faces a 50-game ban from Major League Baseball...

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  8. Texas Rangers' Josh Hamilton Wants a Contract Extension: Is He Worth the Risk?

    In the wake of C.J. Wilson's free agent defection to the intra-divisional rival Angels , the Texas Rangers will soon face difficult decisions regarding the long-term futures of several of their critical players...

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  9. Albert Pujols Signs with LA Angels: Vernon Wells Is the Happiest Man in Baseball

    When Albert Pujols and the Los Angeles Angels agreed to a massive 10-year, $254 million deal, the impact on the Halos, the AL West and baseball in general was enormous...

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  10. Albert Pujols Mega-Deal: What Does This Mean for Prince Fielder?

    With the news that Albert Pujols has signed a massive, 10-year, $250-260 million contract with the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, shock waves have begun to ripple throughout baseball...

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  11. MLB Free Agency and Trades 2012: 9 Key Deals That Have Slipped Under the Radar

    While media and fans alike fixate on the free-agent sagas of Albert Pujols, Prince Fielder and various other high-profile stars, shrewd general managers are moving behind the scenes ...

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  12. MLB Free Agents 2012: Is Jimmy Rollins Still Worth a Long-Term Deal?

    Jimmy Rollins , long-time shortstop for the Philadelphia Phillies , is currently a free agent, and due to the relatively shallow depth of the player market, is considered one of the premier talents available...

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  13. MLB Free Agents 2012: Closer Market Still Stacked after Papelbon Signing

    This offseason, the free-agent market is thin at multiple positions, but closer is not one of them. Even after Jonathan Papelbon, the highest-profile closer available was signed to ...

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  14. MLB Free Agents 2012: Texas Rangers' Top Starting Pitching Targets

    During the reign of Nolan Ryan as team president and then principal owner of the Texas Rangers , a dynamic shift in organizational philosophy has occurred...

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  15. 2012 MLB Free Agent Rumors: 9 Huge Stories Ahead of the GM Meetings

    With the MLB Hot Stove burning red-hot, free agent rumors are now flying fast and furiously, as the annual GM meetings are set to take place this week...

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  16. MLB Free Agents 2012: Prince Fielder Is Not on the Same Level as Albert Pujols

    As the two premier players available in this year's free-agent class, Albert Pujols and Prince Fielder are perpetually linked, constantly mentioned together as if they are one and the same...

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  17. MLB Trade Speculation: New York Yankees Have No Option but to Keep Nick Swisher

    Following another dismal postseason performance, a popular topic among many Yankee fans has been the desire to trade Nick Swisher in order to upgrade New York's right field position...

    Scott Gyurina Written by Scott Gyurina about over 2 years ago 2,306 reads 19 comments

  18. Legendary Pele Claims That Brazil Is Unprepared to Host the 2014 World Cup

    Brazilian footballing legend Pele, always an outspoken man in his post-playing career, has recently made claims that his homeland is not yet ready to host the 2014 World Cup...

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  19. World Series Game 7: The Most Important Night in Texas Rangers History

    Tonight's World Series Game 7 between the Texas Rangers and St. Louis Cardinals will be the first time the Fall Classic has progressed to a seventh game since the 2002 rendition between the Anaheim Angels and San Francisco Giants...

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  20. World Series Game 6: Texas Rangers Turn to Colby Lewis to Close out Cardinals

    Colby Lewis , World Series Game 6 starting pitcher for the Texas Rangers , was plying his trade in Japan just two years ago and trying to find a way back to Major League Baseball in the states...

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  21. MLB Trade Speculation: 9 Teams That Need Cincinnati Reds' Joey Votto

    Joey Votto , Cincinnati Reds first baseman, as well as the National League's reigning MVP, may potentially become available via the offseason trade market, according to reports around baseball...

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  22. 2011 MLB Playoffs: Aces Coming Up Short in Postseason

    Apparently, Major League Baseball's second-coming of the "Year of the Pitcher" doesn't extend into the playoffs...

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  23. MLB: The Biggest Snubs in MVP Voting History

    With the MLB playoffs in full-swing, baseball's award season is just around the corner. Though there are a few thrilling weeks of baseball to be played, it never hurts to look ahead ...

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  24. Rays vs. Rangers: ALDS Preview of Starting Pitching Matchups

    The 2011 American League Division Series clash between the Texas Rangers and Tampa Bay Rays represents a thrilling rematch from last year's opening round of the MLB playoffs...

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  25. NL MVP Award: Can It Be Anyone but Matt Kemp of the Los Angeles Dodgers?

    With less than a week left to play in the MLB schedule, and many of the divisional races long since decided, attention is turning toward potential award candidates who have distinguished ...

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