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Josh Reddick: 6 Potential Trade Destinations

Oakland Athletics' outfield Josh Reddick is currently playing in the final year of his contract. Talks for a new contract are not believed to be currently ongoing, and it appears Reddick will be set to test free agency this offseason. And that could very well mean the A’s are set to do what they do best: trade away one of their best players. Reddick is on a fairly cheap contract
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NL Postseason Predictions: Could It Be Déjà Vu All Over Again?

While the American League keeps playing meaningful games on the final weekend of the regular season, things in the NL are a little more settled. The five teams know who they are, and the only question being asked is, will the Dodgers and Mets open in New York. But knowing who is going to play whom and knowing how it is going to turn out are two entirely different things.
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2015 MLB NL Predictions: Dodgers Cream Of The Crop

It is the most wonderful time of year yet again as the sound of the crack of the bat combined with the popping of the gloves fills the air in baseball stadiums across America. Last year saw the San Francisco Giants win their third title in five years. What surprises will happen this year? Let’s take a look with my official 2015 MLB National League Predictions! NL East With Bryce
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2013 MLB Free Agent Tracker

[caption id="attachment_19278" align="aligncenter" width="400"] Darren McCollester- Getty Images[/caption] 2013 MLB free agent tracker Catcher: Carlos Ruiz re-signs with the Philadelphia Phillies for 3-years $26 million Wil Nieves goes to Phillies on a 1-year deal worth $1.125 million Brian McCann leaves the Atlanta Braves heading to the New York Yankees with a contract of 5-years $85 million Dioner Navarro heads to the Toronto Blue Jays with a 2-year deal worth $8 million Brayan
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St. Louis Cardinals Reward Jhonny Peralta With 4-Year Deal

[caption id="attachment_18998" align="aligncenter" width="400"] Ezra Shaw- Getty Images[/caption] Major League Baseball still has yet to learn from its past mistakes when it comes to performance enhancing drugs. During the week an arbitrator ruled that Bud Selig did not have to testify in the grievance hearing for Alex Rodriguez who is fighting a 211 game suspension for ped use and now is the only player who has fought the recent penalties. Milwaukee Brewers outfielder Ryan Braun finally came clean, Nelson Cruz, Jesus Montero, Everth Cabrera and Jhonny Peralta were among the
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2013 World Series : Red Sox Beat Cards In Six, Claim Eighth Title

BOSTON – For the first time since 1918, the Boston Red Sox clinched a World Series at home, a 6-1 win over the St Louis Cardinals. Inspired by the tragic bombing at the Boston Marathon and a sense of unity, the Red Sox would go from being the sixth-worst team in baseball to finish 97-65 and overcome one of the most controversial calls in post-season history in Game three to claim their third World
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2013 World Series : Thanks to Jim Joyce’s Obstruction Call, Cards Steal Game Three From Red Sox

ST. LOUIS – Thanks to a controversial obstruction call, umpire Jim Joyce finds himself in the middle of another media firestorm, except this time, it gave the St Louis Cardinals a 2-1 lead in the 2013 World Series. Joyce, who has had a history of blowing and making controversial calls, most recently Detroit Tigers pitcher Armando Galarraga’s near-perfect game vs Cleveland in 2010, was once again at the center of a
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2013 World Series : After A Comedy of Errors in Boston, Can the Cards Seize Momentum At Home In Game 3?

ST LOUIS – After committing a comedy of errors in a 8-1 blowout loss, the St Louis Cardinals would tie the 2013 World Series at 1-1, with a 4-2 win, thanks to solid pitching and timely hitting. Now at home, the Cardinals have a chance to take a two games to one lead with Joe Kelly facing off against Jake Peavy on the banks of the mighty Mississippi. Kelly, 25, is 10-5 with
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2013 World Series : Victorino Slams Tigers, Red Sox Back in Fall Classic, Face Cardinals

BOSTON – Thanks to a grand slam by Shane Victorino, the Boston Red Sox are back in the World Series. Down 2-1 in the seventh inning, Victorino would hit an 0-2 pitch off of Jose Vera over the Green Monster in left field and set up a rematch with the St Louis Cardinals, whom they swept in 2004 to end their storied 86-year drought. Boston would outlast 21-game winner Max Scherzer, 5-2
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St. Louis Cardinals Rookie Michael Wacha Nearly No-Hits The Washington Nationals

It didn't take too long for rookie right-handed starting pitcher Michael Wacha to make his mark in the St. Louis Cardinals rotation as he came one out away from no hitting the Washington Nationals. Wacha the sixth ranked prospect in the Cardinals organization at the start of the 2013 season nearly got the chance to make the starting rotation out of spring training and instead wound up with 15 starts for the Memphis Redbirds. He went 5-3 with a 2.65