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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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It’s Nothing Personal Against Craig, Kelly

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During the course of a baseball season, it’s amazing how close you get with teammates. Long spring trainings, cold Aprils, the dog days of August, and let’s not forget the emotional Octobers with championships at stake. These are the things you go through as teammates on a big-league roster. You literally spend more time with your teammates than your family. ...

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Cardinals Dig the Wong Ball

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Kolten Wong was lost in April. Given the chance to run with the Cardinals’ second base job, the 23-year-old didn’t exactly inspire a ton of confidence at the plate. In fact, he had trouble inspiring himself, leading to a Triple-A wake-up call. Ever since Wong returned from the disabled list after a shoulder injury, though, there’s been a rebirth. He has ...

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