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Los Angeles Angels : 2013 Season Over For 1B/DH Pujols

After a disappointing season for the Los Angeles Angels, Albert Pujols will miss the rest of the season with a plantar fasciitis injury. The Angels record is at 55-68 record (entering Mondays game), good for fourth in the American League West and Mike Trout is also injured. Though Pujols was hoping to play again before the 2013 ended, yet  the medical staff recommended the slugging first baseman to shut it down
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Biogenesis : A-Rod, Ryan Braun, And The Dirty Bunch: Who’s To Blame?

New York Yankees' third baseman Alex Rodriquez is far and away the biggest name to come under fire for his use of performance-enhancing drugs. Not too far behind him is former National League Most Valuable Player and Milwaukee Brewers' outfielder Ryan Braun. Unfortunately for fans that love the game, this is simply the tip of an iceberg that will never be fully exposed. The fans and Major League Baseball alike
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Reports : Angels 1B Albert Pujols Placed On DL, Is He Done For The Year?

The Los Angeles Angels might have to go the rest of the 2013 season without first baseman Albert Pujols. Pujols was put on the 15-day disabled list recently, and from the look of things he may not make his return until next year. Plantar faciitis is behind Pujols being sidelined. The Angels’ web site reports that an MRI revealed a significant tear in Pujols’ left foot. As a result, he is
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Painting the Black: Baseball's Week in Review

This early in the baseball season, there are usually a handful of storylines that fans tend to follow closely. During the past seven days, baseball provided as much drama and fodder for the media as any daytime soap opera ever could. Let's take a look at some of the biggest stories of the past week in Major League Baseball: One of the greatest streaks in sports history was finally laid
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Painting the Black: Baseball’s Week in Review

This early in the baseball season, there are usually a handful of storylines that fans tend to follow closely. During the past seven days, baseball provided as much drama and fodder for the media as any daytime soap opera ever could. Let's take a look at some of the biggest stories of the past week in Major League Baseball: One of the greatest streaks in sports history was finally laid
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It Wasn’t Pretty, Yet The A’s Win Their 6th Straight

Sometimes looks are deceiving and tonight was one of those times as the excellent pitching match-up between Jarrod Parker and C.J. Wilson. Yet, it never came to pass. Wilson retired the first two batters to open the game before running into trouble. He walked Jed Lowrie and Yoenis Cespedes and was visibly upset of what he thought were strikes got called balls. Derek Norris worked a 3-1 count and lined a single to plate the first run of the
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It Wasn't Pretty, Yet The A's Win Their 6th Straight

Sometimes looks are deceiving and tonight was one of those times as the excellent pitching match-up between Jarrod Parker and C.J. Wilson. Yet, it never came to pass. Wilson retired the first two batters to open the game before running into trouble. He walked Jed Lowrie and Yoenis Cespedes and was visibly upset of what he thought were strikes got called balls. Derek Norris worked a 3-1 count and lined a single to plate the first run of the