Stanton and Hicks tweak Trump (AP)
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Stanton And Hicks Take Us Beyond The Vacuum Of 1968 Raised Fists

Stanton and Hicks, Carlos and Smith – athletes from different generations – each with a message to send. Black Lives Matter and Black Power –…

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MLB 2020 Season (Photo by Mark CunninghamMLB Photos via Getty Images)
Posted in 2020 MLB season MLB Corona Strategy MLB Coronavirus

How The MLB 2020 Season Is Turning From A Sprint To A Marathon

The MLB 2020 season is not a week old, and already it feels like what is supposed to be a two-month sprint, instead it is…

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Randy Levine, Yankees President (USA Today)
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Randy Levine: Always There To Remind Us The Yankees Aren’t Perfect

Randy Levine, the Yankees Team President, is a newsmaker only sporadically. But when he decides to throw his weight around, it always comes with a…

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Gary Sanchez Flails at another pitch (Photo by Bob Levey/Getty Images)
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Gary Sanchez: Taking Up Space And Lost In Space

Gary Sanchez – once an outlier, always an outlier. An eccentric, an anomaly, a non-conformist – pick your adjective, but never say he plays like…

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Matt Harvey - Another chance with the Royals (Alexandra-Villa Newsday)
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Matt Harvey Gets A New Lease On His Baseball Career With Royals

Matt Harvey’s downward trending career took a tick up yesterday when he signed a minor-league deal with the Kansas City Royals. Is the Dark Knight…

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MLB TV Networks - Is This All There Is?
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MLB TV Networks Missing Chance To Offer A New Dimension To Baseball

MLB TV networks, amid games played with no fans, have a chance to offer a unique perspective putting fans “in the game.” Will they be…

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Gerrit Cole - All He Was Expected To Be
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Gerrit Cole: Not Quite A Masterpiece, But Damn Close

Gerrit Cole, Brian Cashman’s “White Whale,” is now officially the ace of the Yankee’s staff. And more than the $324 million – it’s “that look”…

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MLB: The Wait Is Over And We Have Our Game Back
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MLB Media Restrictions And How They Affect The Coverage We’ll Get

MLB, in its effort to play thru a pandemic, has been forced to impose several restrictions on team beat reporters. Can they still do their…

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