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    MLB Weekend: Picks for April 28 and April 29

    We’re close to another great Saturday and Sunday in Major League Baseball. This Saturday, there’s 4 games I’ve handicapped:  Milwaukee at Chicago, L.A. Dodgers at San Francisco, Seattle at Cleveland, and NY Yankees at L.A. Angels. The 2 games I handicap on Sunday, April 29, are Arizona at Washington, and Oakland at Houston. Check out […] More

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    2019 free agent Bryce Harper is THE MLB story to watch

    He came in with a lot of hype. He delivered right from the get go. He battled injuries last year. And here he is, on the cusp of becoming possibly the richest free agent in baseball history, leading the majors in home runs. Bryce Harper isn’t signed beyond 2018 – and it boggles my mind […] More

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    5 most hated sports teams

    Whether it’s because spend the most money or have the most sports titles, every major sport has a few teams that are downright hated by thousands, if not millions. These polarizing teams are also the source of big time ratings in their respective sports, something that each league is only happy to cultivate and encourage. […] More

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    Are the New York Yankees in trouble early?

    After the first two games of the season, it was assumed that the New York Yankees would be off to the races, ready to become the top team in the league. Major League Baseball betting experts were already plunking down huge sums and assuming that the Bronx Bombers were World Series bound. Not so fast. […] More

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    Weekend Picks: Top Plays in NBA and MLB for March 31 and April 1

    The 2018 Major League Baseball Season kicks off on Thursday, March 29. That means the first Saturday and Sunday of regular season professional baseball takes place on Saturday, March 31, and Sunday April 1. I’ve also got some picks going for the NBA for March 31 and April 1. Weekend Picks: Top Plays in NBA […] More

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    5 2018 MLB Storylines to watch

    The peanuts and cracker jacks are fully stocked. The batting practice cages are in place, followed by the sweet sound of balls crackling of bats. Baseball is back. After a stellar 2018 Major League Baseball season that saw the Astros win their first ever World Series, 2019 has a ton of great storylines to watch. […] More

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    2018 MLB Preview: Have the Yankees Improved Enough?

    No sports franchise has been as dominant in the United States as the New York Yankees. The Yankees have won an incredible 27 World Series titles. New York has also taken home 40 American League Championships. The Yankees are known as the greatest Major League Baseball franchise in the nation’s longest-living organized sport. The Yankees […] More

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    Top 5 2018 MLB Storylines

    The 2018 MLB season is rapidly approaching. And yes, the big markets generally suck a lot of the attention. But there are some juicy stories that aren’t getting enough fanfare. Let’s unpack a few of them here and make sure we follow up on them in a couple of months. Top 5 2018 MLB Storylines […] More

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    2018 MLB Preview: Can St. Louis Bounce Back to the Glory Years?

    When it comes to the dominant franchise in the National League, no team compares to the St. Louis Cardinals. The Cards have won 11 World Series. The first World Series win was in 1926. The last World Series win was in 2011. That’s just it. If the Cardinals don’t win the World Series in 2018, […] More

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    2018 MLB Preview: Cubs Should Again Challenge for the World Series

    After winning the World Series in 2016, the Chicago Cubs and their fans can be forgiven for not getting overly bummed about losing to the L.A. Dodgers in the NLCS. After all, the Curse of the Goat had remained for well over 100 years before the 2016 Chicago Cubs broke it with a miraculous comeback […] More

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    MLB Preview: Will the L.A. Dodgers Finally Win the World Series?

    2017 was a banner year for the Los Angeles Dodgers. For the first time since 1988, the Dodgers made it to the World Series. They appeared destined to win after pushing the Houston Astros to Game 7. Winning just wasn’t in the cards for LAD. The Dodgers ended up losing 5 to 1 in a […] More

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