Did The Los Angeles Dodgers Finally Get A Mascot?

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If it walks like a giant, top heavy klutz with a big head and has googly cartoony eyes, then it must be a mascot, right? Well, I guess that all depends on who you ask. But if it walks like […]

Miguel Cabrera’s $300 Million Deal Bad For Baseball


$100 million? $200 million? How high can this thing go? Apparently, the sky is the limit. Reports out of Detroit are that Miguel Cabrera and the Detroit Tigers have reached an agreement on a deal reported at just under $300 […]

Freddie Freeman Braved Atlanta Ice Storm With Some Unlikely Help

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There are many ways retired Atlanta Braves star Chipper Jones could spend his retirement. It was pretty much a given that he would work on his golf game, maybe jump in the broadcast booth or hunt; but rescue runs in […]

Seattle Mariners: Grading Team’s Winter Meeting Moves

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The Seattle Mariners are open for business and wielding a fat wallet as they continue to tear off checks at the Winter Meetings in Orlando. The team made a big splash when they signed Robinson Cano to a mega-million deal […]

MLB Doing Away With Tradition, Will Ban Home Plate Collisions

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There are those facts of life for every professional sport that are usually just shrugged off as a ‘part of the game’. The NHL for example turns fights into mini-spectacles — a routine day in the league. In the NFL […]

Los Angeles Dodgers Wear Huge Targets Going Into 2014

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With the team all out of magic, the Los Angeles Dodgers trudged off the field after their humbling loss to the St. Louis Cardinals. Clayton Kershaw picked a horrible time to implode as L.A. was steamrolled. While there were plenty of highlights and brilliant performances […]

Can Seattle Mariners Reverse Its Fortune Heading Into 2014?

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I know you’ve heard this one before — the Seattle Mariners have skidded into another sorry season. The Mariners finished below .500 yet again and have failed to make the playoffs again. And oh, there are questions in every area […]

Was Los Angeles Dodgers’ Pool Party Celebration ‘Classless’?

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The Los Angeles Dodgers crashed the pool party. Arizona Diamondbacks officials urged the team to contain its NL West-clinching party to the dugout. The Dodgers were not having it, and in a moment of sheer bravado and emotion, they created one of […]

Does Andy Petitte’s Retirement Mark The End Of Baseball’s Golden Era?

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There are a handful of greats that have worn pinstripes for the New York Yankees, and then there is that special group that came out of the late 1990s and burst onto the scene for a decade after. Headed by […]

Is Yasiel Puig Worth the Trouble for Don Mattingly, Los Angeles Dodgers?

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Yasiel Puig needs a great baseball mind like Don Mattingly to temper his juvenile shortcomings. Mattingly, in turn, needs Puig to to produce [and mature] to save his blazing hot and suddenly cool seat of a job. Their relationship is not […]

New York Yankees’ Alex Rodriguez Not To Blame For PEDs In MLB

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A suspension of 211 games for Alex Rodriguez too harsh? I’m pretty sure I can hear your groans from here, but really, I think we’ve lost focus of who’s really to blame here. I’m in no way defending Rodriguez and his […]

Baltimore Orioles’ Adam Jones Takes High Road On Racist Taunt

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Adam Jones has played nearly every game for the Baltimore Orioles for eight seasons since his 2006 trade from the Seattle Mariners. That’s a lot of innings, but he’s never had an inning like the one he had Sunday. That’s because […]