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2012 American League Predictions

2012 American League Predictions

Mark Pinto April 5, 2012 Comments Off on 2012 American League Predictions

AL East Yankees – The “Evil Empire” was not an avid participant in the free market, but still have the core of Alex Rodriguez, Mark Teixeira, Curtis Granderson, and “the Captain” Derek Jeter directing

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Ubaldo Nails Tulo, Loses All Respect

Ubaldo Nails Tulo, Loses All Respect

Christian Thomas April 3, 2012 Comments Off on Ubaldo Nails Tulo, Loses All Respect

Troy Tulowitzki and Ubaldo Jimenez being separated after Jimenez hit Tulo on the first pitch. denverpost.com I couldn’t believe my eyes when I first saw the video. Hoping it was just an April Fools

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Cincinnati Reds 2012 Season Preview

Cincinnati Reds 2012 Season Preview

Ultimate Sports Talk March 25, 2012 Comments Off on Cincinnati Reds 2012 Season Preview

Opening day is right around the corner and I thought it best to share some thoughts and ‘casts that I have found throughout the web on some of my personal favorite teams. As a

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Chipper Jones Injured! Career Over?

Chipper Jones Injured! Career Over?

Ultimate Sports Talk March 25, 2012 Comments Off on Chipper Jones Injured! Career Over?

Video Courtesy: JR Sports Brief SOURCE: Associated Press Atlanta Braves third baseman Chipper Jones will miss the start of his farewell season. Two days after Jones announced this will be his final year, the

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Few Changes to MLB 12: The Show, Leave Fans Wanting More

Few Changes to MLB 12: The Show, Leave Fans Wanting More

Ultimate Sports Talk March 25, 2012 Comments Off on Few Changes to MLB 12: The Show, Leave Fans Wanting More

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=czFMewVEhYY “The Show” has dominated baseball gaming for a few years now, and although 2K’s rival franchise closed the gap some in 2011, it has widened again in 2012. What makes this year’s offering

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Are There Too Many Variables to Have Success in St Louis

Are There Too Many Variables to Have Success in St Louis

Mark Pinto March 22, 2012 Comments Off on Are There Too Many Variables to Have Success in St Louis

On Wednesday, Cardinals pitcher Chris Carpenter was sent to St. Louis for further examination after experiencing discomfort associated with a bulging cervical disc. Kyle Lohse is expected to start Opening Day in Miami on

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BREAKING NEWS – Reds close to deal with Phillies for Hammels

BREAKING NEWS – Reds close to deal with Phillies for Hammels

Ultimate Sports Talk March 20, 2012 Comments Off on BREAKING NEWS – Reds close to deal with Phillies for Hammels

Cincinnati Reds second baseman Brandon Phillips, in the final year of his contract with the team, is the primary target in trade talks with the Philadelphia Phillies. According to reports the Phillies would give

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Indians Survive Off Season of Unrest

Indians Survive Off Season of Unrest

Dave Mitchell February 22, 2012 Comments Off on Indians Survive Off Season of Unrest

To say the least it has been an interesting off season for the Cleveland Indians. Practically through no fault of their own, yet some of it entirely because of team moves. Let’s discuss the

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Reds and Indians Prepare for Divisional Runs

Reds and Indians Prepare for Divisional Runs

Dave Mitchell February 20, 2012 Comments Off on Reds and Indians Prepare for Divisional Runs

Another baseball season is almost upon us. The Cincinnati Reds are already in camp at Goodyear, AZ, with the Cleveland Indians not far behind. Will one, both or neither team contend in their respective

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Mets need to slam Brew’s tonight

Mets need to slam Brew’s tonight

Casey Pazzalia June 8, 2011 Comments Off on Mets need to slam Brew’s tonight

To me, tonight feels like a huge game for the Mets. With a .500 record almost in reach, a win tonight would really start some chatter. Mike Pelfrey takes the hill looking for his

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O…M…Gee

O…M…Gee

Casey Pazzalia June 6, 2011 Comments Off on O…M…Gee

Coming off a series win against the Braves, the mutley Mets are in the thick of a wide open Wild Card race. With no real dominant teams competing for the Wild Card, it’s anyones

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A’s can’t hang with the big boys

A’s can’t hang with the big boys

Casey Pazzalia June 4, 2011 Comments Off on A’s can’t hang with the big boys

After watching the A’s drop their 5th in a row to the Yankees/Red Sox, it makes you wonder if them winning the AL West will even mean anything. It’s one thing to win series

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Bonds Guilty, But Not Guilty?

Bonds Guilty, But Not Guilty?

Ultimate Sports Talk April 14, 2011 Comments Off on Bonds Guilty, But Not Guilty?

Mr. Home Run King himself was declared not guilty on all of the charges brought up against him except for one – obstruction of justice. Yes, this is a felony. Yes, he is a

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Josh Hamilton Headed to DL

Josh Hamilton Headed to DL

Ultimate Sports Talk April 13, 2011 Comments Off on Josh Hamilton Headed to DL

Unless you have been living under a rock as of late, you are aware that Josh Hamilton seriously injured his arm yesterday in an attempt to turn a pop-up foul ball on the third

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