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The New York Mets are streaking!

The New York Mets have taken Major League Baseball by storm in April starting off with a 13-3 record, which is the best record in baseball. 534 more words


2015 National League MVP Award Prediction

Hey everyone! So I don’t really have much experience blogging but I definitely have a lot of experience voicing my opinion. So, I am going to use this blog mostly to share my opinions about sports and music, hence the title, “Bats and Beats.” I will also be using it a bit for my Journalism class until the end of this semester. 1,189 more words

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Where does Bryan Price Meltdown Rank??

The Cincinnati Reds manager Bryan Price dropped an instant-classic Monday. If we are grading on a entertainment value then Price gets an A+.  We know the numbers won’t lie when he uttered 77 F-bombs in just under six minutes that is pretty impressive when talking about rants.   220 more words


Pittsburgh Pirates: Mark Melancon's struggles continue

The Pittsburgh Pirates’ closer Mark Melancon finds himself on the hot seat after Tuesday’s 9-8 loss to the Chicago Cubs, when the Buccos’ bullpen had a complete meltdown. 480 more words


My Thoughts on the Standings Two Weeks In

It’s still early, but now that the 2015 MLB regular season is over two weeks underway, fans around baseball are beginning to get a feel for how their team is going to perform throughout the year. 590 more words


Today in the MLB 4/20/2015

Kansas City Royals 7  Minnesota Twins 1- The might of the Royals this season is much like last season, their pitching. They may have lost James Shields to the San Diego Padres, but they picked up Edison Volquez who has so far proven to be a smart addition. 388 more words


Marlins Facing Questions After Dismal Start To Season

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MIAMI (CBSMiami) – The Miami Marlins have a very big week ahead of them.

That may seem strange considering the season is only two weeks old, but that is the case with manager Mike Redmond’s Marlins. 372 more words