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Washington Nationals in first place despite struggles of their star outfielder
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Fri, 15 August 2014
There are so many great ballparks in baseball right now, but Wrigley more than any of them – more even than Fenway Park, I think, though that’s a great debate – is the one that clings hardest to the past.
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Fri, 8 August 2014
It's been a trying year for Bryce Harper, but the Washington Nationals are in first place despite the struggling star.
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Fri, 8 August 2014
It's been a trying year for Bryce Harper, but the Washington Nationals are in first place despite the struggling star.
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Wed, 6 August 2014
Adam Dunn probably will hit 500 home runs, but that doesn't mean he should be a Hall of Famer.
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Fri, 1 August 2014
The Royals just had an infuriating trade deadline day.
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Wed, 30 July 2014
The Phillies are paying the bills for their dynastic run, thanks in large part to Ruben Amaro's mismanagement.
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Tue, 29 July 2014

The Browns aren't boring anymore and King James has returned. Cleveland is smiling again. Let's just hope it lasts.

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Sun, 27 July 2014
So I have three – no, wait, just thought of another one, so four – theories about the Baseball Hall of Fame’s decision to reduce the time a player can spend on the ballot from 15 years to 10. I am not opposed to this rule, by the way. I have long thought 15 years was too long for a player to be on the ballot. And I am absolutely for some changes in the Hall of Fame process ...
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Fri, 25 July 2014
Greg Maddux was a magician on the mound, and now he's going to the Hall of Fame, writes Joe Posnanski.
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Thu, 24 July 2014
Frank Thomas is headed to the Hall of Fame thanks to his legendary batting eye.
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Wed, 23 July 2014
Tom Glavine crafted his Hall of Fame career with plenty of skill and wit.
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Tue, 22 July 2014
Tiger Woods in his prime never talked honestly about other golfers. My how times -- and Tiger's game -- have changed.
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Mon, 21 July 2014

Who will take Derek Jeter's role as the face of baseball when he retires? Here are 10 candidates.

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Thu, 17 July 2014

Glen Perkins went from down and out to closing the All-Star Game in his hometown.

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Wed, 16 July 2014
Adam Wainwright chose to follow baseball's unwritten rules and salute one of the all-time greats in his final All-Star Game. Somehow, he became the bad guy.

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