Tag Archives: baseball

  1. National League Central preview

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    March 26, 2018 by squish

    Written by Squish Finally, baseball season is here. Now I can watch baseball all day while simultaneously playing MLB the …
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  2. National League East preview

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    March 25, 2018 by squish

    Written by John Avino The light at the end of the tunnel has gotten brighter in recent days. The long …
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  3. Bullpen carts are back?

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    March 14, 2018 by adamburt13

    Written by Adam Burt So the MLB has announced that bullpen carts are making a nostalgic return in hopes to …
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  4. J.D. Martinez finally inks deal to join Red Sox

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    February 19, 2018 by adamburt13

    Written by Adam Burt After a few months of back and forth reports, two sides negotiating, and a whole lot …
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  5. The year of Rafael Devers

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    January 29, 2018 by adamburt13

    Written by Adam Burt Baseball season is close…kind of, but not really. It’s pretty far away and with Dave Dombrowski …
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  6. Squish the Fish ep. 5: Trento’s trombone

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    January 27, 2018 by squish

    Written by Squish On this weeks episode the gang discusses the AFC and NFC Championship games, whether the XFL will …
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  7. Gold Glove finalists part II. American League right fielders

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    November 6, 2017 by jessepell

    (Courtesy of Stan Grossfield/Boston Globe) Writen By Jesse Pelletier  This article is a follow-up to my discussion on the AL …
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  8. Do Gold Glove finalists expose flaws in defensive sabermetrics?

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    November 6, 2017 by jessepell

    (Courtesy of MLB.com) Written by Jesse Pelletier Every year, it frustrates me to see the finalists for the Gold Glove …
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