Top Moments in MLB Opening Day History

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MLB Opening Day is like New Years Day for baseball. Significant events, memorable events, and bizarre events have all occurred on baseball’s annual rebirth. For instance, the 1923 New York Yankees season was a special one. Not only did they open the original Yankee Stadium, but it ended with the Yankees winning the first of 27 World […] READ MORE


Shane Bieber Makes History for the Indians

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Shane Bieber Continues to Soar Cleveland Indians starting pitcher Shane Bieber is clearly the favorite for the American League Cy Young Award. Bieber entered play on Sunday sporting a 1.20 ERA over eight starts or 52 and two-thirds innings. Additionally, the 25-year old right-hander had accumulated a career-high 14.4 K/9 rate along with a 1.74 […] READ MORE


Reliving History: 1954 Cleveland Indians

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1954 Cleveland Indians Overview The 1954 Cleveland Indians team might be one of the greatest teams in MLB history. However, the team might also be one of the greatest teams to not win a World Series Championship. That season, Cleveland compiled together a 111-43 record to win the American League pennant by eight games. Under […] READ MORE


Max Scherzer Passes Two Legends in Career Strikeouts

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Heading into Friday night’s match up versus the Arizona Diamondbacks, Max Scherzer totaled 2,575 career strikeouts. After his standard double-digit strikeout performance (7.0 IP, 5 H, 2 ER, 10 K), he surpassed pitching greats Bob Feller and Warren Spahn to rank him 27th all time in that category. Max Scherzer has passed TWO Hall of […] READ MORE


Joe DiMaggio Symbolizes Baseball Change

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83 years ago Friday, a young superstar-to-be made his MLB debut with the New York Yankees. Joe DiMaggio broke onto the scene showcasing the pure hitting ability and graceful outfield play that would immortalize him as one of the greatest to ever step on a baseball field. Over eight decades after his first game, DiMiaggio […] READ MORE