1. Robinson Cano: How Scorching Hot Bat Changes Yankees Lineup

    In the everyday scheme of things, famous military theorist Carl von Clausewitz and New York Yankees All-Star second baseman Robinson Cano would not be mentioned in the same breath...

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  2. Yu Darvish's Struggles Against Compatriot Ichiro Suzuki Continue

    Texas Rangers phenom Yu Darvish has taken America’s pastime by storm this season. Even after a rough outing in Monday’s matchup versus the Seattle Mariners , Darvish is in the driver’s seat to win AL Rookie of the Year honors...

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  3. Detroit Tigers: Meet First Base Prospect "Mean Dean Green"

    I can see it now, three years and change from now. At dusk, at some beautiful ballpark in America, the hometown crowd buzzes in anticipation for what is about to unfold before their very eyes...

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  4. Max Scherzer Makes History for Detroit Tigers in Gem Versus Pittsburgh Pirates

    Max Scherzer locked Mr. Hyde in the Tigers equipment closet at Comerica Park on Sunday afternoon. The unpredictable hurler with pupils of clashing colors was dialed in against ...

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  5. Boston Red Sox, Roger Clemens Take Walk Down Memory Lane

    Today marks a special anniversary for Boston Red Sox nation. On this day in 1984, 21-year-old Roger Clemens won his first major league game . This 6’4,” 220 lb...

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  6. New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox: Teams Just a Few Moves from Greatness

    The New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox both find themselves in a dog fight. At 21-19 and 5.5 games behind the upstart Baltimore Orioles in the AL East, the New York struggling to find its groove...

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  7. Kerry Wood: Detroit Tigers Fan Reminisces About Pitcher's Debut at Tiger Stadium

    I remember the Detroit Tigers vs. Chicago Cubs interleague baseball game in 1998 like it were yesterday. It was June 25. And my friends and I had recently graduated high school at Southgate Anderson High School in suburban Detroit...

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  8. Jose Iglesias: Hot Shortstop Prospect Heating Up at Pawtucket

    It is the middle of May and the Boston Red Sox find themselves in a pickle. While the ball club has been playing better of late, it nonetheless finds itself in last place in a competitive American League East race...

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  9. Justin Verlander Barely Misses Tossing 8th No-Hitter in Tigers History

    The master nearly struck again. Detroit Tigers ace Justin Verlander no-hit the Pittsburgh Pirates through 8.1 innings Friday during the Tigers' 6-0 victory at Comerica Park...

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  10. Xavier Avery: Controversial Photo Up Close and Personal

    Every so often, a photo emerges that is truly worth a thousand words. The image of Baltimore Orioles rookie outfielder Xavier Avery’s failed wall-hopper against the New York Yankees is one of them...

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  11. Baltimore Orioles Quickly Becoming MLB Road Warriors

    For the first time in nearly a decade, Baltimore radio stations are talking baseball first and foremost, as opposed to conversation of the upcoming Ravens football season...

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  12. Brandon Beachy: Atlanta Braves' New BB Gun

    From the storied baseball team that brought fans arguably the best pitching staff in the history of the game, the Atlanta Braves now boast their very own BB gun...

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  13. Mark Trumbo: LA Angels Third Baseman Fast Becoming Fan Favorite

    Amidst the carnage that is the Los Angeles Angels’ offense, an imposing yet graceful warrior has risen from the trenches. His name is Mark Trumbo. A former 18th-round draft pick, this 6’4” 225 lb...

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  14. Jackie Bradley: Boston Red Sox Outfield Prospect Excelling at Class-a Advanced

    For all the turmoil the Boston Red Sox have endured this season, there have been certain bright spots. Outfield prospect Jackie Bradley Jr. has been one of them...

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  15. Jurickson Profar: Will Hot Prospect Find Role with Rangers This Season?

    Jurickson Profar is already making life pleasantly challenging for Nolan Ryan and the Texas Rangers . This highly-touted, 19-year-old shortstop prospect from Curacao has rudely offended Double-A Texas League pitching so far this season...

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  16. Baltimore Orioles Survive Tough Early May Schedule

    Earlier this month I wrote a piece that discussed how the Baltimore Orioles ’ challenging May schedule may very well dictate the ballclub’s course...

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  17. Avisail Garcia: Is Tigers' Hot Prospect the 2nd Coming of Miguel Cabrera?

    While highly-touted third base prospect Nick Castellanos has generated well-deserved buzz within the Detroit Tigers organization, another ballplayer has been destroying Single-A Advanced pitching...

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  18. Joe Girardi, New York Yankees Make No Excuses in Wake of Injuries

    What on Earth did the Yankees do to enrage the baseball Gods? Did Babe Ruth do something ungodly in the afterlife that warranted the unleashing of ill spirits towards the Yankees? ...

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  19. Will New York Yankees Miss Playoffs If David Robertson Does Not Shine?

    To say the Yankees will not make the playoffs if closer David Robertson does not shine is defeatist, to say the least. Understand that one blown save in two opportunities is not impressive in the wake of losing Mariano Rivera...

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  20. Boston Red Sox Show Signs of Life in AL East

    What a difference four days makes. Late last week, the Boston Red Sox were a ballclub in turmoil. Painful to watch, the team looked to be on the verge of collapse. Pitching was awful...

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  21. Elvis Andrus Quietly Having Breakout Season in Shadow of Josh Hamilton

    With all the media attention placed on outfielder Josh Hamilton , it is easy for the press to forget about other players on the Texas Rangers who are quietly having big years...

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  22. LaDainian Tomlinson Could Rediscover Gridiron Heaven with Baltimore Ravens

    To mentally and spiritually fatigue during lowly times of hardship is natural. To retreat from the game you love the most when fuel still remains is painful. To find inspiration with a new team that is a bedrock of excellence is heaven...

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  23. Josh Hamilton Can Join Slugger Frank Howard in MLB Record Books Today

    With a home run Sunday versus the Los Angeles Angels , Josh Hamilton will tie Washington Senators slugger Frank Howard for the most home runs in a calendar week with 10. Hamilton currently has nine home runs in a six-day span...

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  24. Why New York Yankees Must Acquire Philadelphia Phillies Hurler Cole Hamels

    In a recent article, I wrote why Philadelphia Phillies hurler Cole Hamels must not sign with the New York Yankees ...

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  25. Detroit Tigers: Will Nick Castellanos Be Better Than Bryce Harper or Mike Trout?

    Detroit Free Press writer Drew Sharp wrote an interesting article recently that discussed resolve by the Detroit Tigers organization to patiently develop hot prospect Nick Castellanos ...

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