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MLB: Cubs, Padres Could be Among Surprise Teams

1. Chicago Cubs It is been several years since the glory days of Alfonso Soriano and Carlos Zambrano. The last post-season trip for the Cubs ended with what some Cubs may describe as the unforgivable, unforgettable Chicago curse that continued with their own version of a sports curse with the chapter of fan interference in the playoffs. Cubs fans can now rest easy and forget that moment in their sports history. It's time
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Cleveland Indians: Corey Kluber Front Runner For AL Cy Young Award

[caption id="attachment_31384" align="aligncenter" width="400"] Jason Miller- Getty Images[/caption] With Cleveland Indians starting pitcher Corey Kluber dominating second half he has surprisingly become the odds on favorite to win the  2014 American League Cy Young Award. His competition includes the Seattle Mariners' Felix Hernandez, Los Angeles Angels' Garrett Richards,  Boston Red Sox's/Oakland Athletics' Jon Lester and Chicago White Sox's Chris Sale. Richards was well on his way to win the award, yet sustained a season ending
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2014 MLB Trade Deadline: Jon Lester-Yoenis Cespedes Trade, A Home-Run For Athletics

[caption id="attachment_28638" align="aligncenter" width="500"] (July 19, 2014 - Source: Jim Rogash/Getty Images North America)[/caption]   In perhaps the biggest move at the trade deadline, the Boston Red Sox traded right-handed pitcher, Jon Lester to the Oakland Athletics for Yoenis Cespedes. According to media reports, Boston acquired the Cuban-born slugger for Lester and outfielder Jonny Gomes, in a deal to help address an area of weakness in power-hitting from the right
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The John Farrell Effect: Unfortunately, it’s Real

When John Farrell began his arguably-traitorous path back to his dream job in Boston. The first thought was how it would affect the Toronto Blue Jays' and Boston Red Sox's pitching staffs. Through the first 30-plus games of the season, it has played out the way many expected. Toronto's staff has imploded (hence the team's dreadful start), and Boston's has been phenomenal (even if Clay Buchholz has allegedly been using