Washington Nationals Win World Series Game 7

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The Washington Nationals have won the World Series, defeating the Houston Astros by a score of 6-2 in Game 7. It is the first World Series Championship in franchise history, and the first title for Washington DC since the 1924 Senators. The stage was set heading into Game 7 with the road team winning each […] READ MORE


Chris Sale Reaches 2,000 Strikeouts in Record Time

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When fans made their way to Progressive Field today, they had no idea the history they would witness. In the third inning of a battle between the Cleveland Indians and Boston Red Sox, Red Sox southpaw Chris Sale became the fastest pitcher in MLB history to reach 2,000 strikeouts. Sale came into the game needing […] READ MORE



New York Mets Celebrate Bobby Bonilla Day

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Bobby Bonilla Day On July 1st, the New York Mets celebrated Bobby Bonilla Day. For those who don’t know, Bobby Bonilla Day is an annual day where the Mets make good on a contract stipulation that pays the former player more than one million dollars a year. In 2000, the Mets bought out Bonilla’s contract […] READ MORE


Clint Frazier Demotion Signifies Future

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With the recent acquisition of Edwin Encarnacion by the New York Yankees, Clint Frazier has been demoted. He was optioned to Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes Barre following Sunday’s 10-3 win against the Chicago White Sox. Clint Frazier: It’s a tough pill to swallow. It’s never fun, especially with how much I felt like I’ve contributed to the team this […] 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



Washington Nationals 2018 Season Recap

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The Washington Nationals 2018 Season featured many ups and downs. While Max Scherzer was once again dominant, a poor defensive showing greatly hindered the Nats. READ MORE


Voting a Pitcher for MVP is the Right Call

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When you look throughout the history of the MVP award, the winners are mostly hitters. The American league has handed it out to two pitchers since 1986, Roger Clemens in 1986, and Justin Verlander in 2010. The National League has had it happen twice in 50 years, with Bob Gibson in 1968, and Clayton Kershaw […] READ MORE


Mike Foltynewicz’s Breakout Season Is Better Than You Think

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Heading into the 2018 season, Mike Foltynewicz‘s consistency as a major-league rotation piece was in question. He had dominant flashes in 2017. He was three outs away from a no-hitter at Oakland in June. But he was inconsistent enough for most of the season to place him in the middle of the pack statistically. Now—through […] READ MORE