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Author: Mike Edwards

Matt Cain Retiring from Major League Baseball

Generated by IJG JPEG Library It seems like it was only yesterday Matt Cain threw one of the most memorable outings in San Francisco Giants history; a 14-strikeout perfect game against the Houston Astros. In reality, that was back on June 13, 2012 when Cain was in the midst of his career-best season, with a 16-5 record, 2.79 ERA, and 193 strikeouts en route to finishing sixth in NL Cy Young voting. Fast forward to 2017, and Cain is ready to call it a career. The longtime Giants hurler announced Wednesday that he will be retiring from Major League...

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Paul Goldschmidt is the 2017 NL MVP

With the 2017 regular season winding down, Major League Baseball’s end-of-season award hopefuls have just under a week remaining to cap off their individual campaigns and present their final case to the Baseball Writers Association of America (BBWAA). Of MLB’s major accolades, the most prominent are the two MVP awards, recognizing the Most Valuable Player in each league. After coming close on numerous occasions, 2017 is finally the year for Arizona Diamondbacks first baseman Paul Goldschmidt to take home the NL MVP crown. Paul Goldschmidt is the 2017 NL MVP Sizing up the Competition Before analyzing Goldschmidt’s case, we...

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Countdown to NBA Tip-Off: Phoenix Suns Season Preview

LOS ANGELES, USA – NOVEMBER 06 : Devin Booker of Phoenix Suns gestures during a NBA game between Los Angeles Lakers and Phoenix Suns at Staples Center in Los Angeles, USA on November 06, 2016. (Photo by Mintaha Neslihan Eroglu/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images) Mired in a lengthily rebuilding process (or what is commonly referred to in Phoenix as ‘The Timeline’), the Phoenix Suns showed in 2016-17 that there is in fact light at the end of the tunnel. With numerous flashes of potential, GM Ryan McDonough and the Suns front office saw great strides from many of their young players....

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