Month: May 2018

Two boys on my daughter Mirabelle’s Little League baseball team were sitting in the dugout during an early-season game, with Mirabelle nearby. One turned to the other, seemingly unprompted, and said: “Mirabelle’s better than you.” I didn’t know if she’d heard it, and if she did, if she understood that the underlying idea — accepted
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We have less than a week before the MLB Draft, and we try to figure out where the next stars of the game will go. It’s always tough to gauge where the MLB Draft will point the future of the sport. Mark Appel looked like he was going to be a stud ace for the
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The Blue Jays have a polarizing prospect in Vladimir Guerrero Jr dominating in AA. It’s time that he gets the call-up to the big club. The American League East is a two dog race. The New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox are running away with it leaving teams like the Blue Jays, Orioles, and Rays
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BOSTON, MA – MAY 27: Ronald Acuna Jr. #13 of the Atlanta Braves is helped off the field after an injury at first base in the seventh inning of a game against the Atlanta Braves at Fenway Park on May 27, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Photo by Adam Glanzman/Getty Images) 2018 Indianapolis 500 results: Will
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The Boston Red Sox have evidently decided they don’t need Hanley Ramirez any longer. These five teams should move quickly to add him to their lineup. Hanley Ramirez isn’t the offensive star he used to be, but it’s still a massive surprise that the Boston Red Sox elected to designate him for assignment. Now that
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