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Author: Jordan Dickow

Aaron Judge’s Big Game Puts New York Yankees Back in Series

With Aaron Judge struggling so far this postseason, all eyes were on the rookie outfielder as the ALCS went back to New York for Game 3. Judge was looking to get some rhythm going at the plate, and coming back to the Bronx to play in his home ballpark hopefully gave him the rhythm he needs work out of his slump. Aaron Judge’s Big Game Puts New York Yankees Back in Series While Yankee third basemen Todd Frazier started the night off by hitting a three-run home run against Charlie Morton in the second inning, Judge was finally able...

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New York needs Judge’s bat to advance to the World Series

While the New York Yankees shocked the Cleveland Indians in the ALDS, it was hardly any thanks to Aaron Judge. Although Judge picked up two RBI while going 2 for 4 in the American League Wild Card game, the Yankees missed the young slugger’s bat against the Indians. New York needs Judge’s bat if they want to advance to the World Series In fact, shortstop Didi Gregorius supplied the power this postseason which lifted New York to a 3-2 ALDS win. Not only has Gregorius been showing off his power, but the Yankee pitching also had a part in their win...

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NLDS Game 1 Preview: Chicago Cubs vs. Washington Nationals

With the Wild Card round behind us, the postseason is now in full swing. As the AL and NL Division Series start up, one of the most anticipated match-ups will begin on Friday between the Chicago Cubs and the Washington Nationals. The defending World Champion Cubs will continue their quest to defend their crown, as they look to steal game 1 from Washington. The Nationals, for their part, look to continue their hunt for that elusive first title. NLDS Game 1 Preview: Chicago Cubs vs. Washington Nationals The Cubs announced that 27-year-old pitcher Kyle Hendricks will face off against Stephen Strasburg...

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San Francisco Giants 2018 Off-Season Needs

Generated by IJG JPEG Library This off-season will be an opportunity for the San Francisco Giants to rebuild and contend in the NL West next season, and it may only take the Giants being able to spend money over  the winter. The Giants have been famous for having a strong farm system in prior years, bringing up prospects such as Joe Panik, Brandon Crawford, and Brandon Belt; and more recently third baseman Christian Arroyo. Although the Giants have had a good farm system, the recent collapse that started in the second half of the 2016 season is a huge indication that...

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Longtime Cincinnati Reds Pitcher Bronson Arroyo Decides to Retire

Longtime Cincinnati Reds right-hander Bronson Arroyo has decided to retire from baseball. The 40-year-old played for Cincinnati for nine seasons (2006-2013; 2017) and was honored by the Reds before and after Saturday’s game against his former team, the Boston Red Sox. Longtime Cincinnati Reds Pitcher Bronson Arroyo Decides to Retire Arroyo’s decision to retire shouldn’t come as a huge surprise as recent seasons in his career have been filled with injuries which has prevented the right-hander from toeing the mound since June 18th of this year. Arroyo underwent Tommy John surgery as a member of the Arizona Diamondbacks in 2014 which caused...

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The Detroit Tigers Will Part Ways with Brad Ausmus

Friday afternoon, the Detroit Tigers announced they would not extend manager Brad Ausmus’ contract. Ausmus has been the manager for the Tigers for four seasons and has only gotten the Tigers to the playoffs once; when they were swept by the Baltimore Orioles in the 2014 ALDS. The Detroit Tigers Will Part Ways with Brad Ausmus The #Tigers announced today that the contract of manager Brad Ausmus will not be extended beyond the 2017 season ➡️ https://t.co/SCIBxK07pN pic.twitter.com/n5xTlznNCi — Detroit Tigers (@tigers) September 22, 2017 The Tigers gave an extension to Ausmus for the current season, but that still left the 48-year-old...

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