AL, MLB

MLB Trade Deadline | AL Recap

The American League wild card race is extremely tight and no division leader has run away just yet. What does that mean? The MLB trading deadline was action-packed.

The most exciting professional sports trading deadline has come to a close, so let’s take a look back at the key players heading to an AL team for the final two months of the season.

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MLB Trade Deadline | NL Recap

Each division in the National League boasted three playoff-contending teams entering the month of August. With divisions still up in the air, and wild card teams good enough to make the World Series, the trade deadline was drama-filled.

The most exciting professional sports trading deadline has come to a close, so let’s take a look back at the key players heading to an NL team for the final two months of the season.

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NL, Uncategorized

‘The Amazin’ Metscast EPISODE 2: Special Guest Casey Stern, The NL East And The Trade Deadline

The Metscast spends some time with Casey Stern of “MLB on TBS” and MLB Network Radio on “Sirius/XM” to discuss the upcoming trading deadline, the National League East and if he believes the Mets have what it takes to make the playoffs this year.

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Get Ready For Chicago’s Cross Town Classic | Cubs vs White Sox

The Chicago Cubs and the Chicago White Sox are set to resume their long-standing rivalry on Monday night at U.S. Cellular Field on the city’s South Side.

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MLB, NL

The Amazin’ Metscast: Episode One “The Inaugural Episode”

The inaugural first episode of “The Amazin’ Metscast.” Hosted by Brian Greenzand of Metsmorizedonline brings you an exclusive interview with WOR’s Wayne Randazzo. We take a look at the first half of the season, the possible trade market and where the Mets could be headed in the second half.

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AL, MLB

The Freak Show Continues in Anaheim

If Tim Lincecum never threw another pitch in the major leagues, his career would be considered a success: Two National League Cy Young Awards, three World Series rings, four All-Star teams, and a probable lifetime association with the San Francisco Giants. His number 55 jersey will be seen in the Bay Area for years, if not decades, in the future.

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For the first time in months, Baseball takes a break.

The current baseball season got underway on the first Sunday in April, and since then the games have been coming at us fans each and every day.

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GameHedge, MLB

MLB Already Got The NBA And NHL Beat

With the All-Star break exactly a week away, MLB is about to take a few days off. Names like Trout and Bryant and Ortiz will give baseball fans a show in San Diego’s Petco Park next week, but the vast majority of MLB’s players get a couple of days to go home, instead. And after at least 82 games already this season, they can use a little relaxation.

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Find Out Your Team’s “GameHedge Success” Percentage

How many times have you struck out on buying MLB tickets? If you’re a diehard, it’s bound to happen occasionally. Luckily, thanks to GameHedge’s “Good Game Guarantee” if the home team loses by five or more runs, you will get half of your money back!

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MLB, NL

Get Ready For Baseball By The Bay This Week

The NBA Finals dealt a traumatic blow to sports fans in the Bay area. The Golden State Warriors amassed the best regular-season record in NBA history, but came up short in their attempt to repeat as NBA champions. Since there’s just one NBA team in the region, it’s fair to say that the loss was felt on both ends of the Bay Bridge. 

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