1. Mike Stanton, Bryce Harper and Other Players Who May Have a Breakout Season

    Every year there are a ton of young players who are waiting to be crowned the future superstars of baseball. Not all of them reach that peak. The ones who do will be on covers of magazines, video games, commercials and cereal boxes...

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  2. Sports Movies That Have to Be Made

    When people think of the greatest sports movies of all time, they tend to think of Field of Dreams, Rocky, Hoosiers, Miracle, and Raging Bull...

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  3. Pacquiao and Mayweather Are the Only People That Can Make Boxing Relevant Again

    Boxing has taken a backseat to the UFC in terms of popularity for the past few years. It was bound to happen, though...

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  4. Vin Scully and 6 Announcers Who Would Be Good in Any Sport

    Announcing is one of the most important jobs in professional sports. Whether it is on the radio or on television, a good broadcaster can make bad games sound good, good games sound great, and great games legendary...

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  5. Ndamukong Suh and 7 Other Athletes a Team Can Build a Powerhouse Around

    A championship team has to start out somewhere, and usually it starts out with a couple of players acquired through the draft or a trade. The Bulls were able to build a dynasty around Michael Jordan, and the Lakers did the same thing with Kobe Bryant...

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  6. Detroit Tigers Doomed Now That Brandon Inge is Back

    Apparently the Detroit Tigers think it is a good idea to send down an impressive part-time player in his rookie season and call up a career .234 hitter to replace him...

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  7. Placido Polanco and the Most Underrated MLB Players of the 2000s by Position

    Albert Pujols, Barry Bonds, Chase Utley... These are the players that come to mind when people are asked the best players by position. However there are others that are overlooked because of the performance by their peers...

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  8. The Lost Art of Bunting in Major League Baseball

    The situation is simple. It’s late in a scoreless ballgame, there are no outs and the number six batter gets a single up the middle...

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  9. Chicago White Sox: Michael Jordan and other People Who Can Replace Adam Dunn

    Adam Dunn will go down in baseball history as having one of the worst seasons ever after this year. He is hitting forty points below .200 and has not even hit ten home runs as of this writing...

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  10. MLB Detroit Tigers: Brandon Inge Needs to Retire

    After batting .177 through 70 games this season, the Tigers finally sent Brandon Inge down to the minors after getting the memo that his bat wasn’t going to perk up any time soon...

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  11. Mark Buehrle and the Best Pitchers That Never Threw Hard

    Nolan Ryan, Tom Seaver and Randy Johnson. These three men are among the hardest throwers in the history of baseball...

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  12. Top 10 Players Who Should Be in The Baseball Hall of Fame

    Some of baseball's greatest players are enshrined in the Hall of Fame. However, certain great players have not gotten in for some crazy reason...

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  13. Why Are Pittsburgh Pirates Are Winning? Clint Hurdle

    Nearly 20 years ago (1992 to be more exact) the Pittsburgh Pirates front office decided to rebuild the team in order to bring up new talent...

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  14. John Donaldson: the Unknown Ace, the Greatest Pitcher to Never Play in MLB

    Three-hundred and fifty plus wins, over 4,500 documented strikeouts (perhaps as many as 5,000), 11 recorded no-hitters and one perfect game. Surely these accomplishments would land a man in the Baseball Hall of Fame...

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  15. 2011 MLB Trade Dealine: 5 Reasons Why Trades Happen

    During the last weeks of July there will be major trades coming for MLB . This article will provide some answers as to why major league teams trade away certain players; whether ...

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