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Dominance over AL Central has Indians back in the playoffs

The Cleveland Indians are the first MLB division champion of 2018, and their clincher on Saturday was a perfect reflection of the gap between the Indians and the rest of the American League Central. The Indians drubbed the Tigers 15-0 on Saturday in Cleveland, widening their lead over the Twins …

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How some sports teams are supporting those affected by Florence

Hurricane Florence made landfall on Friday as a Category 1 storm, and it will continue to batter the Carolinas and surrounding areas throughout the weekend. The storm’s threat caused numerous cancelations and postponements of college football games region. Since the storm affects so many college programs and their communities, it’s …

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The NL Rookie of the Year race is heating up in Atlanta this weekend

It’s a really interesting year in terms of major awards around MLB this season, with there being legitimate debate for each piece of hardware. Both MVPs have multiple candidates, and we’ll even hear both sides of the should-pitchers-be-eligible-for-MVP debates in the National League. Both Cy Youngs are relatively wide open, …

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The NL Wild Card tracker

The National League Wild Card race is clearing up down the stretch, with three teams fighting for two spots, plus a few more with a chance if things break their way. The Los Angeles Dodgers beat the St. Louis Cardinals on Thursday night in the opener of a four-game series …

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Explaining the MLB postseason tiebreakers

With division races and Wild Card battles in the National League closely bunched together, there is a chance the 2018 Major League Baseball regular season will not end on Sunday, Sept. 30. That’s right, it’s time to talk tiebreakers. Since baseball expanded into divisions in 1969, the tiebreakers have all …

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The end of an era is coming

We are currently in the midst of a talent explosion around the league, particularly in terms of young and prime-aged players. Mike Trout might be the best player of all time. There are seemingly an unlimited number of superstar shortstops around the league. Ronald Acuña and Juan Soto came in …

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Cubs-Nationals played Thursday despite Hurricane Florence

The Cubs and Nationals, simply trying to finish one last series against each other, are getting tossed around by the weather again and now their final game against each other looks like it will be played on Oct. 1 rather than this Thursday as previously planned, thanks to Hurricane Florence’s …

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