1. London 2012 Olympics: Most Exciting Events You Can't Miss

    The 2012 London Olympic games will provide great drama and excitement for those watching in person and for those viewing at home. The U.S...

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  2. London 2012 Olympics: Team USA Underdogs Who Will Become Superstars

    After months of buildup and anticipation, the 2012 London Olympic Games are upon us. Athletes from all four corners of the globe are ready to vie for the top spots in their selected sports...

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  3. MLB's Strangest Clubhouse Incidents and Urban Legends of All Time

    MLB has seen its share of strange and unusual moments over the years. There have been players like Wade Boggs and Turk Wendell who have played the game with a specific set of superstitious rituals...

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  4. 2014 Olympics: 10 Names to Know Now for Sochi Winter Games

    The 2012 London Summer Olympic Games kick off Friday evening with the opening ceremonies from the Olympic Stadium. The next two-and-a-half weeks will be filled with intense Olympic action full of triumph and heartbreak...

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  5. 10 Disappointing MLB Stars Ready for Second-Half Surges

    The 2012 MLB season has been a disappointing one for San Francisco Giants ace Tim Lincecum. A perennial NL Cy Young Award candidate, Lincecum has posted a poor 3-10 record so far this season...

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  6. 20 Biggest Bats in MLB History

    There have been many players during the 100-or-so-year history of MLB who have swung big pieces of lumber. Babe Ruth was once said to have used a 54-ounce hickory bat...

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  7. Joey Votto and the 5 Best Left-Handed Hitters in MLB

    The 2012 MLB All-Star Game will showcase some of the best left-handed hitting talent in the game today. Players such as the Texas Rangers' Josh Hamilton and the New York Yankees' Robinson ...

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  8. MLB Trade Speculation: 5 Teams Who'd Sell the Farm for Phillies' Cliff Lee

    One of the most intriguing plot lines developing as we approach the MLB trade deadline is what team is willing to go "all-in" to acquire the services of Philadelphia Phillies lefty ace Cliff Lee ...

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  9. 5 Power Pitchers Whose Fastballs Have Deserted Them in 2012

    What do the Boston Red Sox' Josh Beckett and the New York Yankees' C.C. Sabathia have in common? They are both MLB pitchers who have seen a decline in their average fastball velocity this season...

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  10. MLB's 5 Best Power Pitchers Under 6'0" Tall

    There is a very select fraternity of MLB power pitchers under 6'0" tall. If you were going to go through each and every MLB roster, you would find it challenging to find pitchers ...

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  11. New York Yankees MLB Draft Results: Scouting Profiles for Every 2012 Pick

    It's been 20 years since the New York Yankees drafted a skinny, unassuming shortstop out of Kalamazoo (Mich) Central High School...

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  12. MLB Trade Scenarios: 5 Deals to Bolster Huge Payroll Teams

    There are only a few teams in MLB that have the financial resources to spend $7.5 million to obtain the services of a player such as free agent Roy Oswalt...

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  13. 5 MLB Position Players Who Should Lose Their Starting Jobs

    There have been several MLB regular position players who have started off their seasons on the right foot...

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  14. 5 Rules/Policies MLB Needs to Change ASAP

    The MLB Playing Rules Committee announced last week that it has approved a proposal that would eliminate the fake-to-third and throw-to-first move loathed by many fans...

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  15. Chicago White Sox Pummel Cleveland Indians 8-1, Earn Series Split

    It took Adam Dunn almost three months to hit his 10th home run last season. What a difference a year makes! Dunn crushed a two-run homer in the first inning as the Chicago ...

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  16. Chicago White Sox Blow Lead but Rescued by Alex Rios' Triple in 10th

    The Chicago White Sox overcame a late blown lead and defeated the Cleveland Indians 5-3 at Progressive Field Tuesday evening...

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  17. MLB: Humber Struggles as White Sox Fall to Indians 8-6

    Phil Humber was far from perfect this afternoon. He was tagged for eight runs in 2.1 innings as the White Sox fell to the Indians 8-6 at Progressive Field in Cleveland. "I'm frustrated," said Humber in an SI...

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  18. 5 MLB Pitchers Who Need a Huge Week to Keep Their Jobs

    The first month of the MLB season is in the books and there are several pitchers who are in danger of losing their starting jobs...

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  19. 10 MLB Prospects Who Will Get the Summer Call-Up

    The highly-anticipated debut of Washington Nationals phenom Bryce Harper last weekend against the Los Angeles Dodgers created quite a buzz in MLB circles...

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  20. Bryce Harper Recalled: 10 Pitchers We Cannot Wait to Watch Him Face in MLB

    All eyes will be on Washington Nationals phenom Bryce Harper Saturday evening as he steps into the batters box for the first time in his MLB career against Chad Billingsley...

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  21. MLB Trade Scenarios: 5 Shocking Teams That Could Be Sellers at the Deadline

    Could your MLB team be a potential seller prior to the July 31 trade deadline? Players such as Cole Hamels and Josh Johnson could be available for teams willing to pay the right price...

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  22. MLB Power Rankings: Ranking Every MLB Team's TV Announcers

    Which MLB television announcing crew entering the 2012 season deserves to take home the top spot in this installment of the Bleacher Report power rankings series? Will it be a broadcasting ...

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  23. Ranking the 11 Greatest Celebration Traditions in Major League Baseball History

    Everyone has a unique way of celebrating an achievement. Celebrations can be rather subdued—such as a high five or a pat on the back. Other times it can be totally outrageous or outright comical...

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  24. MLB Trade Rumors: 9 Potential Deals to Fill Holes Left by Spring Injuries

    The 2012 MLB season kicks off for most teams on Thursday. Although most clubs have finalized their 25-man rosters­ — some are still searching for last-minute roster replacements to fill spots vacated due to injury...

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  25. Roy Oswalt Rumors: 8 Teams Still in the Mix for the Veteran Right-Hander

    Roy Oswalt is still looking for a job. He's not alone as there are several other big-name stars still available on the free-agent market. Players like Johnny Damon, Javier Vazquez and Vladimir Guerrero are still pacing the baseball unemployment line...

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