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Ben Fairchild, trainer of World Series stars and resurrector of aging careers, gives the secrets of getting players to the top and staying there. For the last three seasons, Ben Fairchild must have felt like a proud parent. Fairchild – holder of a Master’s degree in human performance, Bachelor’s degrees in sports science and business,
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The 2010s are over for MLB, so let’s build the best team possible from all the future Hall of Famers who starred over the past ten years. There might be two months and two major holidays left in the Twenty-tens, but the decade is effectively closed for Major League Baseball after the conclusion of the
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Will this year’s MLB free agents find it easier to land a deal on the open market, or are we set for another drawn-out process spilling into Spring Training? The winter free-agent period used to mean one thing for MLB stars on the open market — getting paid. A rise in analytics and increased emphasis
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The St. Louis Cardinals went down with a whimper in the NLCS, but they are back at the top of the NL Central and can stay there with a strong offseason. The St. Louis Cardinals entered the 2019 season picked to finish a distant third in the NL Central behind the Chicago Cubs and Milwaukee
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In a wild Game 5 elimination game, the Dodgers title dreams were crushed at the hands of the Nationals in the 10th inning and now have a long offseason ahead to pick up the pieces. After winning the most regular-season games in team history, the Dodgers were abruptly eliminated by the Nationals in NLDS, as
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After dropping Game 2 the Tampa Bay Rays will turn to their ace Charlie Morton to save their season in Game 3. The Houston Astros have dominated the first two games of the ALDS thanks in large part to their two aces in Justin Verlander and Gerrit Cole. The duo has combined to throw 14.2
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The Oakland Athletics lost 5-1 to the Tampa Bay Rays on Wednesday night, and despite another playoff elimination game loss, the futures bright in Oakland. Starter Sean Manaea did not have it Wednesday night in the Athletic’s 5-1 Wild Card loss against the Rays. The 27-year-old Manaea had missed the first five months on the
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The Tampa Bay Rays beat the Oakland Athletics 5-1 Wednesday night as Charlie Morton and the bullpen were able to silence Oakland’s massive home crowd. Over 51,000 people showed up to a sold-out RingCentral Coliseum in Oakland, CA to cheer on their hometown A’s, but were instead treated to the Rays pitching taking the bats
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Major League Baseball’s 30 ballparks are all unique and offer great experiences for fans — here’s the best each park has to offer. I am a baseball fan through and through, so I feel comfortable saying that no other professional sport can offer the same atmosphere as a rocking baseball stadium on a summer evening.
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