Month: August 2017

We’re entering the home stretch in the MLB. Let’s take a look back at the guys that could be in line to win AL and NL MVP awards this season in baseball. With five of the six months of the 2017 MLB season in the books, we’re in that home stretch, guys. There are a
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MLB Awards Watch: We explore Corey Kluber’s pursuit of Chris Sale in the AL Cy Young Award race, and if anyone can catch Max Scherzer in the NL. At long last, the 2017 Cy Young Award races have tightened. Red Sox lefty Chris Sale and Nationals ace Max Scherzer have led the Cy Young races since
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The MLB pennant races in 2017 look relatively tame, so relive some of the best battles to the finish in the history of the league to get your fix for September excitement. With September right around the corner, MLB fans should be gearing up for an exciting stretch run, right? Well…not so fast this season.
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Roughly one month before the end of the season, the New York Yankees gained ground on the Boston Red Sox in a tight AL East division race. The MLB standings have been largely static most of the season, with four of the six division races seemingly decided months ago. However, two divisions are still up
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The Minnesota Twins played their way into the final postseason position in the AL Wild Card standings last week, but the Rockies lost ground in the NL. Byron Buxton picked the perfect time to heat up offensively. The former top prospect, who has been frustratingly unproductive at the plate for the majority of his first
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Victor Martinez suffered another health scare that could force the Tigers DH to contemplate early retirement. Detroit Tigers designated hitter Victor Martinez has enjoyed a successful career. Unfortunately, a second time facing an irregular heartbeat this season may force him to rethink his future and contemplate retirement. Martinez was diagnosed with atrial fibrillation after his final
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