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MLB Lockout officially comes to an end

MLB Lockout officially comes to an end

(Photo courtesy Philliesnation.com) MLB Lockout Tanner Hume Connector Editor 100 days since the start of the MLB Lockout, it is finally over. The MLB and MLBPA finally got their heads in the game and decided to agree to terms on a new Collective Bargaining Agreement. Baseball will have a full 162-game schedule this season with more

Why David Oritz is the perfect Hall-of-Famer

(Photo courtesy of NYTimes.com) David Ortiz throws his bat confidently Luca Tedesco Connector Contributor In recent years, the National Baseball Hall of Fame, and more specifically the Baseball Writer’s Association of America (BBWAA) election, has come under fire for an innumerable number of perceived biases. No controversy has been bigger than baseball writers’ refusal of

No Hitters and Trouble for MLB

(Photo courtesy of Boston Globe) Jeffrey Ring Connector Editor There have been two no-hitters thrown in the MLB this season, and it is doubtful that you knew that. The first was thrown by Lucas Giolito of the Chicago White Sox, back in August. The second was just last week, thrown by Chicago Cubs pitcher Alec

Dear Sox fans: Are you panicking?

Mookie Betts and the Sox have been struggling since spring training. (Photo courtesy of Michael Reaves/Getty Images) Nick DeBella Connector Contributor The historic Boston Red Sox, who ended the 2018 season with a 103-59 win/loss record and a World Series title, would enter the new season with high expectations surrounding the young and aggressive roster.

Op-Ed: The Dodgers are dead

The Red Sox have been dominant throughout the World Series coming up big in the clutch moments (Photo courtesy of Getty Images) Aaron Robinson Connector Editor The World Series is over. They’re dead. The Los Angeles Dodgers are dead. The Boston Red Sox are up three games to one over the LA Dodgers, but the

2017 MLB preview: Repeat is a catchy word

After sitting out the 2016 regular season with a torn ACL, Kyle Schwarber reached base 10 times over five World Series games. (Courtesy of SI.com) Alex Salucco Connector Editor In year where Bartolo Colon hit a home run, Jose Fernandez tragically passed away and the Chicago Cubs won the World Series, 2016 provided moments that