1. Jose Iglesias: BoSox Phenom Breathing Down Stephen Drew's Neck

    On June 10, 1852, Benjamin Franklin boldly proved his theory of electricity. Also on this date, Boston Red Sox skipper John Farrell benched electric infielder Jose Iglesias...

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  2. George Brett Would Be Proud of Orioles Hit Brigade

    In the wake of Memorial Day, new Kansas City Royals hitting coach George Brett sat before an outfit of reporters at Busch Stadium, controlled rage streaming from his glare...

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  3. How Don Mattingly, Troubled Dodgers Can Still Turn Corner

    Baseball fans around the nation have begun to pile on the Los Angeles Dodgers for their inept play thus far this year. With a big budget and heap of underperforming stars, the Dodgers have earned every ounce of criticism they have received...

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  4. Miguel Cabrera: Tigers' Superstar on Track to Smash 'Untouchable' MLB Record

    On Friday, Basebook Baseball Magazine writer Paul Goode wrote a solid post that raised the question: Has Miguel Cabrera surpassed Albert Pujols as the premier all-round hitter ...

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  5. Meet Miguel Cabrera's 5 Biggest Victims

    Detroit Tigers slugger Miguel Cabrera is one of the most cerebral hitters the game of baseball has ever seen. A career ...

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  6. Orioles No Longer Just a Stud Bullpen

    Hitting. Pitching. Defense. MLB teams that consistently master these three categories usually find themselves in the thick of every pennant race...

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  7. MLB Castoffs Continue to Power 'No Excuses' Yankees

    Whether you like the New York Yankees or not, baseball fans have got to respect what Joe Girardi and co. have been able achieve through the first month of the 2013 MLB campaign...

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  8. Clay Buchholz and Jon Lester: BoSox Hurlers Are Men on a Mission

    The Boston Red Sox are off to a terrific start in the 2013 season. Fresh from a 2012 campaign flooded with toxicity and led by a manager in Bobby Valentine who lost his clubhouse ...

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  9. Justin Upton: Atlanta Braves Outfielder on Brink of Superstardom

    Tuesday, Atlanta Braves outfielders B.J. and Justin Upton made major headlines by becoming the first brothers to hit back-to-back home runs in a single game since Paul and Lloyd Waner in 1938 ( per MLB...

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  10. Jake Arrieta: O's Right-Hander Endures Pitcher's Nightmare

    It was tough to watch Baltimore Orioles hurler Jake Arrieta struggle mightily in the fifth inning of the Orioles’ 7-4 loss to the Los Angeles Dodgers on Sunday...

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  11. Rick Porcello: Why Tigers Fans Should Keep Faith in Young Hurler

    Detroit Tigers right-hander Rick Porcello 's big league career has been a model of inconsistency thus far...

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  12. Ravens' Victory Parade: A Unique Look from Inside M&T Bank Stadium

    Tuesday’s Super Bowl victory parade will go down as one of the most unforgettable events in Baltimore's sports history. For the hundreds upon thousands of Baltimore Ravens fans that poured into the Charm City to welcome Ray Lewis and Co...

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  13. Stephen Strasburg: Washington Nationals Ace Will Bust Out Big Time in 2013

    Washington Nationals ace hurler Stephen Strasburg is, hands down, one of the most electrifying young players in baseball...

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  14. Predicting Orioles 2013 Pitching Staff After Jair Jurrjens Signing

    After watching what the Baltimore Orioles have done with their young staff of hurlers this winter, it is safe to say spring training will be survival of the fittest ...

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  15. LA Dodgers Are Trendy, but N.Y. Yankees Are Proven

    Recently, Jon Friedman of the Wall Street Journal wrote a commentary about how the retooled and trendy Los Angeles Dodgers are armed and ready to unleash business and broadcast warfare on the New York Yankees ...

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  16. Super Bowl XLVII: Why Ravens' Nation Deserves Game Ball

    Charm City is on a euphoric joy ride with Ray Lewis and Company. For in thrilling fashion, the Baltimore Ravens have won the Super Bowl . For the Ravens, this victory is well deserved...

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  17. Baltimore's Orioles and Ravens Share Common Bonds, Brotherhood

    The Baltimore Ravens house intangibles, a special DNA that pundits in the national media often disregard. That is, until the consummate mongoose of the NFL takes to the gridiron and destroys venomous cobras in its midst...

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  18. Mark Teixeira: How N.Y. Yankees Slugger Can Crush Infield Shift

    The infield shift is one of the most effective yet frustrating strategies used in sports. Originally used by Cleveland Indians Manager Lou Boudreau to halt Boston Red Sox legend Ted Williams, the infield shift has given baseball fans fits...

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  19. Travis Hafner: How Slugging DH Could Help NY Yankees

    On Thursday, Andrew Marchand of ESPN reported the New York Yankees acquired veteran slugger Travis Hafner . From Marchand: "Sources said Hafner, who also can play first base, will receive a one-year, incentive-laden deal...

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  20. Latest Injury News on 5 Key Orioles Players

    Spring training is nearly here. And the Baltimore Orioles await in the bomb bay of the high-flying Baltimore Ravens. Fresh from a return to prominence, Baltimore’s birds look to do significant damage to big league foes in 2013...

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  21. Could Francisco Cervelli Ignite Aging N.Y. Yankees in 2013?

    Colorful New York Yankees catcher Francisco Cervelli is a man of steadfast grit, inspiring hustle and high-octane passion...

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  22. Could Toronto Blue Jays' Retooled Offense Shatter Home Run Record?

    The revamped Toronto Blue Jays offense boasts serious thunder this season. Should this lineup remain healthy, three home run records may be in trouble...

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  23. Could Dynamic Detroit Tigers Trio Pull off Rare Feat in 2013?

    The Detroit Tigers have a rich history of teammates who have each busted the 200-hit mark in a single season...

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  24. Baltimore Orioles: Pitching Staff Has Officially Become Survival of the Fittest

    As if the Baltimore Orioles were not already MLB ’s biggest enigma, things have become more intriguing in Charm City...

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  25. Tyler Austin: Why Yankees' Prospect Has Shot to Become Fan Favorite

    New York Yankees prospect Tyler Austin was not a well-known player at the start of the 2012 season. But in less than one year, Austin has steadily risen through the Yankees' ranks to become the No...

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