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Look: Major League Baseball's Proposed Safety Protocols

Major League Baseball will reportedly have some new rules to protect against the spread of COVID-19.
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Every World Series Ranked

ESPN has ranked EVERY World Series.
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Alex Rodriguez, Jennifer Lopez Seeking to Raise Money to Buy Mets: Report

Alex Rodriguez, Jennifer Lopez are reportedly seeking capital and have retained JP Morgan as they prepare to make a bid on possibly buying the New York Mets, per Variety.
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MLB's "Summer Slugger" Learning Program For Kids

Check out a great online learning program for your KIDS from Major League Baseball.
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The Best Major League Baseball Players For 2020

ESPN released its rankings for the top 100 baseball players in 2020.
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Former Pitcher Mike Bolsinger Sues Astros Over Cheating Scandal

A former MLB pitcher is suing the Astros over the cheating scandal.
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Look: Orlando Dreamers Baseball Team

Orlando Magic co-founder Pat Williams wants to bring a Major League Baseball team to the city. Yesterday he unveiled the logo for the prospective team, the Orlando Dreamers and got ROASTED on social media. Graphic design is my passion https://t.co/sZGaAoTqQG — Céspedes Family BBQ (@CespedesBBQ)...
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Washington Nationals Win World Series

The Washington Nationals won the World Series last night after beating the Houston Astros 6-2 in Game Seven. Stephen Strasburg was named the MVP. The Astros had been big favorites coming into the series especially considering the Nationals lost Bryce Harper to free agency last winter. Here are four...
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Flashers Banned From Baseball

Three women who flashed their breasts during Game 5 of the World Series have been banned from Major League ballparks indefinitely. They say they wanted to raise breast cancer awareness, and also promote the naughty website they pose for. Click Here to see more.
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Mattress Tycoon Sends Veterans to World Series

Jim McIngvale, a Houston based businessman known as "Mattress Mack" because he owns a chain of furniture stores, has sent 110 veterans to see the World Series ballgame on his own dime. “We’re thrilled to send these people, these veterans, these warriors who have sacrificed so much for us to this...
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