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Under-The-Radar Baseball Highlight of June 18, 2015

With low expectations coming into the year, the Phillies haven’t disappointed the seers and prophets of Major League Baseball.  They are 13 games back of the Mets in the NL East and currently own baseball’s worst record.  Outside of the Eagles … Continue reading

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PEDs in the HOF

With the announcement of which players will be forever immortalized in the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum coming at roughly 2 p.m. ET, I have decided to share my opinions about players who used Performance Enhancing Drugs getting … Continue reading

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Under-The-Radar Baseball Highlight of June 15, 2014

Since coming into the league with the Reds in 2010, Travis Wood has established himself as one of the most dangerous pitchers at the plate in all of baseball.  He has hit one home run in each of the five seasons he’s … Continue reading

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Under-The-Radar Baseball Highlight of June 12, 2014

With the World Cup, U.S. Open, and NBA Finals all going on at different times on Thursday, baseball might have been temporarily forgotten.  Even so, yesterday was a Thursday in the middle of June, which means there was baseball to … Continue reading

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Under-The-Radar Baseball Highlight of June 9, 2014

The Atlanta Braves beat the Colorado Rockies last night to keep pace with the Washington Nationals, who beat the red-hot San Francisco Giants, in the race for the NL East.  Although they had lost 4 of their last 5 games, the … Continue reading

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Under-The-Radar Baseball Highlight of June 7, 2014

After finishing 30 games under .500 for the second year in a row in 2013, the Twins have made huge strides to improve their ball club this season.  After a big win last night, the Twins are 29-31 and just 5 … Continue reading

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Under-The-Radar Baseball Highlight of June 5, 2014

On a night where the future of Major League Baseball was on display and every fan could revel in the optimistic atmosphere surrounding their respective team, there was still baseball to be played. A few days ago, I wrote about the … Continue reading

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