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October 20, 2011

For eight long years Steve Bartman’s silence has echoed throughout Major League Baseball. His infamous decision to reach for a contested foul ball in the eighth inning of a critical Game 6 is all that remains. After all this time, what – if anything – can bring the man out from wherever he’s been hiding since Oct. 13, 2003?

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September 19, 2011

While most teams in late September are simply scratching and clawing for the chance to make the playoffs, a few teams have more breathing room; tweaking the finer details of their batting order, situational statistics, pitching matchups, and the minutia that may just make a big difference down the line. The Philadelphia Phillies are one […]

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August 22, 2011

On the night of August 15, 2011, Jim Thome strolled into the batter’s box. His Twins narrowly led the Tigers in a back-and-forth night game under the Comerica Park lights. The count was 2-1 as Thome brought his bat to meet Detroit’s Daniel Schlereth’s eyes, then set back and waited. A few moments later, Thome launched his 600th […]

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July 26, 2011

The MLB closer is one of the most volatile positions in all of sports. Although occasionally ninth inning responsibilities change hands as the result of injury, more often than not, poor performance is the main cause for any turnover, the rate of which, between closers on Opening Day and at the end of the season […]

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July 22, 2011

A lot has been said about the St. Louis Cardinals’ offense this year. While Albert Pujols isn’t showcasing his typical dominance, Lance Berkman and Matt Holliday are picking up the slack and keeping the Cardinals right in the thick of the NL Central race. It’s hard to deny that hitting has been the reason for the […]

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