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The Yankees Wrap Up Their Season With A Series Loss To Miami And Finish 33-27: Geared Up For The Postseason

Reading Time: 4 minutesIn the final regular season series, the New York Yankees take on the Miami Marlins and look for momentum to add for the playoffs. The Yankees will start Happ, Garcia and Schmidt, while Miami will send out Alcantara, Rodgers and Ureña.  Game 1 Final: Marlins 4, Yankees 3 Probables: Sandy Alcantara (3-2, 2.12 ERA) vs J.A Happ (2-2, 3.25 ERA) Win / Loss / Save: MIA – Boxberger (1-0) / NYY – Green (3-3) / MIA – Kintzler (12) Falling short in the fourth game of the last five days, Miami stole game one against New York...

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Report: Multiple Miami Marlins Test Positive for COVID-19

Reading Time: 2 minutesOn Monday morning MLB was stuck with news that could jeopardize the future of their season. About 40% of the Miami Marlins roster and personnel tested positive for the coronavirus. Miami has played just three of 60 games in the season, all against the Philadelphia Phillies. Accordingly, MLB has postponed the Marlins-Orioles and Phillies-Yankees games for the time being. The last thing the league wants is one of its major market World Series contenders like the Dodgers or Yankees coming up with multiple positive tests. Updating the Miami Marlins’ outbreak: The total number of infected players...

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The Improbable Rise of Max Meyer: From Two-Way Prep to Likely Top 10 Pick

Reading Time: 3 minutesScouts say he has the best pitch in the country. Teammates of his say he is the best athlete on the team. Max Meyer is a pitcher for at The University of Minnesota and is projected to be a top 10 pick in this years upcoming MLB Draft. But, the path to potential stardom was not smooth sailing for Meyer. This is the improbable rise of how Max Meyer went from a two-way prep to a projected top 10 pick in just a few years. In 2015 as a sophomore in high school, Meyer certainly was not the...

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Life as a Minor Leaguer with Kolton Mahoney

Reading Time: 2 minutesKolton Mahoney has been playing baseball his entire life, modeling his dad. But, Kolton chases what his dad came up short of–playing in the major leagues. The last couple of years, Kolton has bounced between the Miami Marlins AA affiliate, the Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp, and the AAA affiliate, the New Orleans Baby Cakes (now the Wichita Wind Surge). As a catcher, he failed to make his high school JV team as a freshman. Changing to a pitcher his junior year, he narrowly made Varsity. But, with his strong arm, he became more comfortable and began getting...

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