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Why the Mets should NOT be Blamed for Syndergaard’s departure

Reading Time: 2 minutesRHP Noah Syndergaard will be taking his talents to Los Angeles. Multiple pitchers are already off the board in free agency, while getting pretty large contracts. Syndergaard was offered the qualifying offer which is worth $18.4 million. Instead of accepting this deal, he will be getting $21 million over the next year. Now this means the Mets will have one more hole to fill, but this one is not their fault. Everyone knows that when a player has Tommy John surgery there is a chance that the player does not ever get back to where they...

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Recapping a Successful 2021 Red Sox Campaign

Reading Time: 2 minutesNot a lot of people in the MLB sphere had the Red Sox going anywhere last March and boy were they wrong. This Sox team brought fun and resilience to the city of Boston at a time when it needed it most. Everyone remembers the Orioles sweep of the Sox at the beginning of the season quite vividly. That’s when the bandwagon lost a lot of members. Then the Sox got hot and swept the Rays and Orioles. They finished April with a record of 17-10 (shoutout Section 10 Podcast) and looked primed for a playoff...

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Previewing Red Sox Potential Wild Card Matchups (Part 2)

Reading Time: 2 minutesA month ago, I predicted that the Red Sox could match up with the Yankees, Rays, and Athletics. Now that we know the three possible teams they could play if they make it, it is time to re-analyze their potential matchups. 1. New York Yankees (Fenway or Bronx) This is the most likely matchup at this point for Tuesday night. After a brutal sweep last weekend for the Red Sox, it appears that the Yankees could open the flood gates on the Sox in this potential matchup. This one-game playoff depends entirely on the host stadium....

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Previewing Potential Red Sox Wild Card Matchups

Reading Time: 2 minutesAs summer rounds third and heads for home, so does the MLB 2021 regular season. With only about a month to go until October baseball, here are some potential matchups for the Boston Red Sox, assuming they end up in the AL Wild Card:   1. New York Yankees (at the Bronx) This would be the current matchup for the Sox if the season ended today and the toughest on this list. A matchup with the Yankees in a winner take all matchup would provide the challenge of beating the frontrunner for the AL Cy Young...

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Insight On The Biggest Names In The Tigers’ Farm System And Jackson Jobe Talk

Reading Time: 4 minutesI am coming to you at 1:35 in the morning. I can’t sleep yet again, so I’m going to write about baseball. What else is there to do at 1:30 A.M. when you can’t sleep? Let’s get to business. Over the past couple of months, I have been to six Tiger’s minor league games, three Whitecaps games, two Seawolves games, and one Mudhens game. Out of those six games, I’ve seen the dynamic duo of Spencer Torkelson and Riley Greene three times. Seeing highlight reels of Torkelson and Greene are truly amazing but for someone who...

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