Max Scherzer Signs Three-Year Deal with Mets

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The hot stove continues to roar this MLB offseason, and the New York Mets have figured largely into the equation. After a big day of signings last Friday, they have now made their biggest addition yet. Three-time Cy Young Award winner Max Scherzer has agreed to a three-year, $130 million deal with the Mets. After […] READ MORE


Three Astros Offseason Questions

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2021 was another great season for the Houston Astros, even if they fell short of the ultimate goal of a World Series Championship. Fortunately for Houston, they have the majority of their core intact as they head into the offseason. They have already addressed some of the questions that were surrounding the team this offseason. […] READ MORE


2021 Mets MVP: Jacob deGrom

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The 2021 season did not end as planned for the New York Mets. Into the middle of the summer, a deep October run seemed possible, but this hope quickly faded down the stretch. Now that we’re in the offseason, it seems appropriate to reflect on the positives and negatives of this year’s squad. And what […] READ MORE


The Humanity of Mookie Betts

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You don’t realize how much something means to you until it breaks your heart. Game Five and the Humanity of Mookie Betts The San Francisco Giants have lost. After winning 107 games, a franchise record, they lost in game five of the NLDS to the Los Angeles Dodgers on the check swing heard round the […] READ MORE


Dodgers Walk off Cardinals, Advance to NLDS

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The Los Angeles Dodgers stunned the St. Louis Cardinals as the Dodgers Chris Taylor hit a walk-off home run against the Cardinals Alex Reyes in the ninth inning of the Wild Card Game on Wednesday night. The game was close all night as Max Scherzer did not fully seem to be on his game. Adam […] READ MORE


NLDS Dodgers and Giants: A Rivalry Reborn

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The Los Angeles Dodgers and San Francisco Giants are set to renew their longtime rivalry in the NLDS beginning at 6:37 PM PDT on Friday night. It was an amazing NL West race this season by the 107-win Giants and 106-win Dodgers. The race came down to the final game of the season when each […] READ MORE


NL Wild Card Game, Dodgers and Cardinals

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The Los Angeles Dodgers and St. Louis Cardinals wound up being the two Wild Card teams in the National League and will compete in a winner take all NL Wild Card game at Dodger Stadium on Wednesday at 5:10 PM Pacific on TBS. The Dodgers will start star pitcher Max Scherzer, who has been outstanding […] READ MORE


Max Scherzer Reaches Strikeout 3000

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Max Scherzer Reaches 3000th Strikeout Max Scherzer has been one of the most dominant pitchers of the 2010s. He has racked up accolade after accolade and now can add another one to his list. Mr. 3000 On Sunday afternoon, September 12, 2021, Max Scherzer became the 19th member of the famed 3000 Strikeout Club, doing […] READ MORE


Gonsolin and Kershaw Return to Swat Injury Bug

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The Los Angeles Dodgers have been without a full rotation for far too long, but that may soon come to an end with Tony Gonsolin returning and Clayton Kershaw eyeing a Monday return. The Dodgers have been wearing down the bullpen with two bullpen games per week since the injuries to the rotation. This makes […] READ MORE


Mckinney Is Not Producing but Should Play

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Billy McKinney is using a roster spot on one of the best teams in baseball but he is not producing much of anything. It is obvious that the Los Angeles Dodgers see McKinney’s potential and are willing to give him a chance. McKinney has an opportunity to become an OPS machine due to his outstanding […] READ MORE