2018 Tampa Bay Rays Season Preview

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The Tampa Bay Rays made a lot of noise this off-season. Very little of it was popular with their frustrated fan base. Evan Longoria, arguably the most recognizable player in franchise history, was shipped out for a trio of minor leaguers. They also parted ways with Logan Morrison, Jake Odorizzi, Steven Souza Jr., Corey Dickerson, […] READ MORE


Trevor Rogers 2017 MLB Draft Profile

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Trevor Rogers 2017 MLB Draft Profile Overview Tall, left-handed prep pitchers who throw heat are always highly-sought commodities. Trevor Rogers, a 6’6”, 200 pound fireballer from Carlsbad, New Mexico, fits that description to a tee. Consequently, major league scouts have been following his every move during his senior season with the Carlsbad Cavemen. Rogers has […] READ MORE


Padres Sweep of Cubs Gives Fans a 2017 Highlight

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This season is not about wins and losses for the San Diego Padres. Obviously, the team and fans want to win every time out. That goes without saying. Supporters can lament that the club is eleven games out of the second wild card slot and that they are at bottom of the NL West. The […] READ MORE



Padres Wil Myers Hits for Cycle

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On Monday night at Coors Field, Wil Myers hit for the cycle, becoming just the second San Diego Padre to accomplish that feat in the 48-year history of the franchise. Myers strode to the plate against Carlos Estevez in the top of the eighth needing a triple to complete the honor. He came through, lifting […] READ MORE


Cardinals Wainwright and Molina Building on their Legacy

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The final pitch of the St. Louis Cardinals 2006 World Series victory was a strike thrown by Adam Wainwright and caught by Yadier Molina. At the time, Wainwright was completing his first major league season. Molina had more big league experience, but was only 24 years old. Fast-forward to this spring, and the two are […] READ MORE