The Mets Offseason Is Going…Well?
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The Mets Offseason Is Going…Well?

The World Series has yet to conclude, but the Mets have already made a splash this offseason by changing Triple-A affiliates and finding a new skipper. Almost a…

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Willie Mays Award: Is the World Series MVP Rightfully Named?
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Willie Mays Award: Is the World Series MVP Rightfully Named?

Willie Mays may be a Hall of Famer, but his World Series performances left a bit to be desired. Is he truly deserving of having this award named…

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A Three-Year Plan to Keep the Evil Empire On Top
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A Three-Year Plan to Keep the Evil Empire On Top

With the New York Yankees’ chase for 28 raging forward, Max Rosenfeld breaks down his three-year plan to keep the Evil Empire on top. Apologies to the rest…

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Judge or Sanchez: Which Baby Bomber is Better to Build Around?
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Judge or Sanchez: Which Baby Bomber is Better to Build Around?

At just 24 and 25 years of age, Gary Sanchez and Aaron Judge have led to the New York Yankees to a resurgent season that will almost surely…

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Giancarlo Stanton and the Most Unbreakable Records in MLB History
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Giancarlo Stanton and the Most Unbreakable Records in MLB History

With 51 home runs heading into September, Giancarlo Stanton is set to approach the 61 bombs that Roger Maris smacked in his historic 1961 season for the New…

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The Renewed Yankees-Red Sox Rivalry Looks A Lot Like the Old One
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The Renewed Yankees-Red Sox Rivalry Looks A Lot Like the Old One

With both teams positioned to make the postseason, the last few series between the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox have certainly carried a playoff feel. The…

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Just How Close are the Mets to Being Good?
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Just How Close are the Mets to Being Good?

The 2017 New York Mets have been an unmitigated disaster. Entering the season projected by most as postseason contenders, the Mets have fallen eleven games below .500 and…

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A Homecoming of Sorts for Scooter Gennett
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A Homecoming of Sorts for Scooter Gennett

When Scooter Gennett burst onto the scene in 2013, it seemed like the Milwaukee Brewers had finally found an answer to replace their overpaid and underperforming second baseman,…

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The AL Wild Card Race is the Best in Baseball: So Who Takes it?
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The AL Wild Card Race is the Best in Baseball: So Who Takes it?

With ten teams within 6.5 games of each other, the AL Wild Card race is shaping out to be the best in baseball. How will each team in…

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Milwaukee Mania: Why Not?
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Milwaukee Mania: Why Not?

In assessing this pesky Milwaukee Brewers team, I find myself asking a simple but powerful question- why not? Why can’t these Brewers be for real? Why can’t they…

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