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MLB All Star Picks and Midseason Awards

The 2015 baseball season, like most baseball seasons, has been anything but predictable. Perhaps the biggest surprise in baseball, the first place Houston Astros (47-34) have taken the American League by storm. 605 more words

Sports

CUP, KHA soccer clubs gear up for nationals

Two of Cincinnati’s premier soccer clubs — Kings Hammer and Cincinnati United Premier — are both headed back to the U.S. Youth Soccer National Championships July 21-26 in Tulsa, Okla., where both will attempt to bring a national championship back to the Queen City. 592 more words

News

Newport Aquarium announces All-Star roster

NEWPORT, Ky. — Thousands of baseball fans are expected to flock to Cincinnati this July for the 2015 Major League Baseball All-Star Game.

This year’s Midsummer Classic will be played on July 14, 2015, at… 772 more words

Newport Aquarium

National League All-Star Predictions

Major League Baseball announced Monday a change in the way they will announce All-Stars this season in a two-day televised event on ESPN.  This coming Sunday will see the starting players revealed while next Monday will have its own showcase announcing the reserves, pitchers and final vote candidates. 1,137 more words

Baseball

Latest MLB Leaders (April 5th - June 30th)

With the first three months of the 2015 MLB season in the books, I thought I’d take the first day of the new month to recap the season thus far. 374 more words

Dailies

Marlins Could Look To Deal Latos, Haren Before Trade Deadline

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MIAMI (CBSMiami) – The Miami Marlins 2015 season has been a big disappointment.

Expectations of a playoff run quickly dissipated as the team stumbled out of the gate and never regained its footing. 151 more words

Sports

Can the Padres Fix this Disaster?

By Patrick Brewer

To this point in the 2015 season the Padres offseason extreme makeover has been a bit of an unmitigated disaster. It seems like every trade has blown up in the Padres, and more specifically, AJ Preller’s face. 2,214 more words

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