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Breaking Down Major League Baseball’s Award Winners

Reading Time: 2 minutesBaseball’s best were honored under the bright lights as the Baseball Writers’ Association of America announced its Most Valuable Player and Cy Young awards for the 2020 season. In the American League, standout performances from Jose Abreu and Shane Bieber landed the duo an MVP and Cy Young, respectively. In the National League, fresh faces in Freddie Freeman and Trevor Bauer were the best among the best in 2020. Most Valuable Player American League: Jose Abreu – DH, Chicago White Sox Propelling the White Sox into their first postseason appearance in 12 years, American League MVP...

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Introducing the Darkhorse World Series Candidate

Reading Time: 2 minutesContrary to popular belief, the Cincinnati Reds are going to be a serious problem this season; not just in terms of clinching a playoff berth, but being good enough to even win the World Series. They haven’t had a winning season since 2013 which was also the last time they clinched a playoff berth, being bounced in the wild card game. But after a long, painful six year rebuild, hope has returned to southwestern Ohio. They’ll start the order with Japanese import Shogo Akiyama, a 31 year old hitting machine who batted .301 in the NPB...

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Reds add Moustakas; Bolster Offense and NL Central Title Hopes

Reading Time: 2 minutesThe Cincinnati Reds have made one signing and it solidifies their 2020 vision to compete and contend with the best in the NL this upcoming season. Per ESPN Baseball Analyst Jeff Passan, the Cincinnati Reds have inked third baseman/ utility infielder, Mike Moustakas to a four-year, $64 million contract today in hopes of bolstering the Reds offense in 2020. Moustakas, who has a 252. career batting average along 182 career home runs – including 35 last season with Milwaukee – will be moving to his new home stadium, Great American Ball Park, which is known for...

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