Mets Play Spoiler as Season Winds Down

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Despite a promising start to the 2021 campaign, it appears the New York Mets will not make the postseason. They spent most of the first half leading the NL East, but key injuries and a dormant offense eventually caught up with them. The Mets now find themselves looking up at the Atlanta Braves and Philadelphia […] READ MORE


Ten Greatest Comebacks in MLB History: #10

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A baseball field tells many stories, but none are greater than that of the comeback. Lush tales of terrific fortitude and grit surround many of the sport’s great palaces. Ironically enough, many of the greatest examples sit buried under piles of rubble and soot. Their homes long since demolished, we have only the words passed […] READ MORE


The Atlanta Braves Extend Charlie Morton

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The Atlanta Braves have announced a contract extension for veteran starter Charlie Morton. He has been signed to a one-year deal worth $20 million. He also has an option for next season that is valued at the same price. No buyout is associated with this extension. The 37-year-old right-hander has been especially valuable to the […] READ MORE


Mets Add Hand off Waivers From Blue Jays

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The New York Mets took a flyer Thursday, claiming lefty reliever Brad Hand off the waiver wire. To make room on the 40-man roster, right-hander Geoff Hartlieb was designated for assignment. The decision to add Hand was yet another unexpected development in what has been a tumultuous week for New York. Hand struggled during his […] READ MORE


Scherzer and Trea, One Month Dodgers

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It has been one month since the Los Angeles Dodgers moved four players to the Washington Nationals to acquire both Max Scherzer and Trea Turner. The move shocked a lot of people in the baseball world. Not only would the Dodgers receive a future Hall of Fame starting pitcher, but an All-Star shortstop. But what […] READ MORE


The Atlanta Braves: Nine Wins vs. Two Losses

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All season long, the Atlanta Braves have been searching for something. Sparks that see the light of day very often fizzle without a trace. It’s almost as if the mysterious and fickle baseball “deities”, whom so many fans believe in, have turned against the team. Many different occasions have seen the Braves rise to a […] READ MORE


Mets Collapse Continues Despite Lindor’s Return

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After suffering tough series losses in early August to the Miami Marlins and Philadelphia Phillies, the NL East lead the New York Mets enjoyed for months had suddenly vanished. Just when the Mets needed a quick rebound to get back in the race, they instead suffered a brutal collapse. New York has lost 18 of […] READ MORE


The Atlanta Braves Extend Travis d’Arnaud

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The Atlanta Braves announced on Friday that they have signed catcher Travis d’Arnaud to a contract extension. The deal is for two years and is worth $16 million, with an $8 million option for the 2024 season. d’Arnaud has experienced an injury plagued 2021, however he has made a return in recent days. Overall, he’s […] READ MORE


Dansby Swanson: From Zero to Hero

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Dansby Swanson is on a tear right now. That, in a nutshell, is the article. Of course, more needs to be said, but no truer words were ever spoken. It is thanks to his good performance that the Atlanta Braves have won so much recently. At the time of writing, they have been victors in […] READ MORE


Mets Beat Giants in Extras for Pivotal Win

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The New York Mets finally got the kind of hit they’d been waiting a week for. In the 12th inning of yet another tight contest against the San Francisco Giants, a three-run homer from Kevin Pillar gave New York a comfortable lead. The Mets eventually beat the Giants 6-2 in 12 innings to salvage a […] READ MORE