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    Now that the 2012 MLB season has officially ended, it’s time to look ahead to 2013. Opening day will start on April 1 if you don’t count the Sunday game on March 30 as the opener. Teams are looking ahead to their personnel for the new season and one has already said its manager will […]

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    The Detroit Tigers will look to complete a four-game road sweep of the Chicago White Sox on Thursday afternoon, a feat the club hasn’t achieved since the 1980 season. The Tigers picked up a second straight 6-2 victory over the White Sox Wednesday, making it three in a row against their division rivals.They’ll look to […]

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    In his likely last start as a Chicago White Sox (40-59), righty Jake Peavy (8-4) made it a great one against the division-leading Detroit Tigers (56-45) on Thursday and helped his team win 7-4. Peavy gave up four hits (three home runs) on four runs and seven strikeouts. He stayed until the eighth inning with one […]

    The post Peavy Outpitches Verlander, Looking Toward a New Team appeared first on

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    Erring on the side of caution, the Detroit Tigers made a move to shore up its infield this week, acquiring Jose Iglesias from the Boston Red Sox. The 23-year-old infielder arrives in the Motor City as the Tigers face the very real possibility of losing shortstop Jhonny Peralta, one of 20-plus major leaguers to be […]

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    After making his debut in Chicago this week for the New York Yankees (58-56) – Chicago White Sox (43-71) series, Alex Rodriguez returned to the Big Apple on Friday and was greeted mostly by boos and a few cheers. Not helping was the fact that Rodriguez struckout in his first time up at bat. For the […]

    The post Yankees Stop Tigers Streak, A-Rod Returns to the Big Apple appeared first on

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    A roundup of news and notes from this weekend in baseball. With football just around the corner, may have averted some of its attention away from baseball, but that doesn’t mean we’ve forgotten it entirely. After a heavy weekend of football coverage, our Weekend Digest brings you a roundup of the baseball news you […]

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    On Friday, the Colorado Rockies (2-3) routed the Arizona Diamondbacks (1-6), 12-2 and saw its centerfielder Charlie Blackmon tie a team record with his six hits. Blackmon went 6 for 6 with five RBIs on three doubles and a two-run home run–a record for the MLB; he scored four times during the game, designating himself as the […]

    The post Rockies Rout Diamondbacks, Red Sox Get Rings but Fall to Brewers appeared first on

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    The 2014 World Series returns to Kansas City for Game 6 Tuesday as the San Francisco Giants will look to take home a third championship in five years. Meanwhile, the hometown Kansas City Royals will simply strive to stay alive and force a decisive Game 7 on Wednesday night. First pitch at Kauffman Stadium scheduled […]

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    On Sunday night, the Chicago Cubs and St. Louis Cardinals kicked off the Major League Baseball season. Come Wednesday morning, every team has at least one game under its belt while some have two. Here’s what has happened to this point: – Corey Kluber and Dallas Keuchel put on an epic show in the season-opener […]

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