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Bullpen Management May Decide NLCS

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I couldn’t be more excited with what I’ve seen in this year’s MLB playoffs so far. All the big home runs, all the clutch hits, all the drama-filled, one-run games – fans are getting a little bit of everything. We’re not even close to the end, either, with league championship series action beginning tomorrow. It’s borderline absurd to consider how ...

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Cards Must Awaken Their Bats Before It’s Too Late

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The Cardinals have experienced their fair share of ups and downs this year, with the just-completed series at Wrigley Field being no different. In fact, if there’s one trait that stands out about the 2014 team, it’s inconsistency. Right when I think Mike Matheny’s group has finally figured it out and is on the way to a division title/potential World ...

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Rams Need to Break the Cycle – Now

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After watching last weekend’s pitiful performance at the Edward Jones Dome, I need to go off of my usual baseball track to sound off on football. I know that the Rams are in a rough position, that expectations have to be lowered a little. They lost their starting quarterback, Sam Bradford, and it’s hard to have success with the No. ...

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Rising Rule Changes Reek of Hypocrisy

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I want to give a little love to Buster Olney for his latest piece on MLB bullpens and whether or not teams should institute some sort of rule to protect pitchers’ arms. At first glance, I objected. No way they can do this! Pitchers are different. Some have almost superhuman durability and can simply throw more than others. Why punish ...

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