1. Albert Pujols Should Easily Win The NL MVP

    In the 2008 regular season, even though his St. Louis Cardinals failed to make the postseason, it is clear that Albert Pujols was the most valuable player in the National League. In all statistical categories, Pujols dominated the field...

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  2. The 2008 Philadelphia Phillies: World F---ing Champions!

    The 2008 World Series ended a 28 year-championship drought for the Phillies and a 25-year drought for the city of Philadelphia...

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  3. Best Hitters Ever: Nos. 7-10

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  4. The Top-50 Hitters Ever: Nos. 11-15

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  5. The Top-50 Hitters Ever: Nos. 16-20

    The following is the seventh part of an 11-part series chronicling the Top-50 hitters of all-time. 20. Manny Ramirez, LF, Cleveland Indians/Boston Red Sox/Los Angeles Dodgers (1993-present) ...

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  6. The Top-50 Hitters Ever: Nos. 21-25

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  7. The Top-50 Hitters Ever: Nos. 26-30

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  8. The Top-50 Hitters Ever: Nos. 31-35

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  9. The Top-50 Hitters Ever: Nos. 36-40

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  10. The Top-50 Hitters Ever: Nos. 41-45

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  11. The Top-50 Hitters Ever: Nos. 46-50

    The following is the first part of an 11-part series chronicling the Top-50 hitters of all-time. T-50. Lance Berkman, 1B/OF, Houston Astros (1999-present) & Chipper Jones, 3B, Atlanta Braves ...

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  12. The Top-50 Hitters Ever: Introduction

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  13. Aubrey Huff, Brian Roberts, and Nick Markakis Are Making a Silent Impact

    While the Red Sox and Yankees have gotten their annual share of attention from the media, and the Rays have deservedly gained coverage, thanks to their surge to the top of the AL East, ...

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  14. Lidge and Durbin Continue To Show Their Worth

    When the Philadelphia Phillies acquired both Brad Lidge and Chad Durbin, each of the two players had numerous question marks about their productivity...

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  15. Jimmy Rollins' Season Is Not So Disappointing After All

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