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A Look Back at the Texas Rangers 2020 Season
Nate Miller - Oct 6, 2020

Six Flags Over Texas is located just down the street from Globe Life Field. This is fitting as one of the best terms to describe the Texas Rangers 2020 season would be a roller coaster. There were definitely twists, turns, and even the occasional loop this year. For added effect, there were a lot of […]



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Michael Hill, Miami Marlins Part Ways
Andrew Brown - Oct 19, 2020

After eight years and over 170 roster moves alone in 2020, the Miami Marlins will be parting ways with President of Baseball Operations Michael Hill. Hill’s contract was at its end. It was a topic of conversation but in the end, Marlins CEO Derek Jeter decided to part ways with Hill. Overall, Hill had been […]

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Dodgers Rally Twice to Defeat Braves for the Pennant

Dodgers 4, Braves 3 NLCS Game Seven On Wednesday morning, the Atlanta Braves led the NLCS, two games to none. Two days later, they held a three-to-one series lead. They have not won since. Defensive plays by right fielder Mookie Betts saved games for the Los Angeles Dodgers and gave them momentum. Clutch hitting by […]

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San Diego Padres 2020 Season Recap
Lacey Yahnke - Oct 18, 2020

San Diego Has Season of a Lifetime It seems like just yesterday, Major League Baseball (MLB) and the Player’s Union were going back and forth and back again about whether a season during the pandemic was even feasible. And now we’re heading into the World Series after a 16-team playoff run many weeks later. The […]

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Atlanta Braves-Los Angeles Dodgers Game Seven: Three Key Numbers

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Braves by Decade: 1900s Boston Beaneaters/Doves

The 1900s in baseball were marked by two things: a significant lack of offense and a brand new major league. The Dead Ball Era was in full swing and impacted power numbers severely. Players were considered terrific if they hit five or six homers a year. So, teams came up with a plan to combat […]

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Dodgers Force Game Seven, Defeat Braves 3-1

Dodgers 3, Braves 1 The Los Angeles Dodgers used a three-run first inning, a strong start from Walker Buehler, and some fantastic defense from Mookie Betts to pick up a crucial 3-1 win over the Atlanta Braves. This win evens the series at 3-3 and forces a deciding Game Seven on Sunday. Dodgers Ambush Fried […]

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Astros Force Game Seven Vs Rays

Astros 7, Rays 4 History was made in Game Six of the American League Championship Series. With the Houston Astros 7-4 win over the Tampa Bay Rays, they became the second team in MLB history to force a Game Seven when down 3-0 in the series. The first team was the 2004 Boston Red Sox, […]

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Smith, Seager Power Dodgers to Victory over Braves

Dodgers 7, Braves 3 NLCS Game Five An appeal of a runner leaving third too early on a fly ball proved to be a turning point. But this was only because of a huge three-run home run from Will Smith – off Will Smith, no less. Shortstop Corey Seager added two homers of his own […]