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Accolades herald end of MLB season

By ROBERT CARPENTER – 7 years ago

Facing baseball withdrawal? The season officially ended last week, as the San Francisco Giants defeated the Kansas City Royals in game seven of the World Series. And the next Major…

MLB Wild Card games injustice to teams

By ROBERT CARPENTER – 7 years ago

2,600 miles may separate Oakland, California and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, but that didn’t stop the same cloud of disappointment from covering both cities as Major League Baseball’s postseason came into town…

Masterful pitching defines MLB

By ELI VARGAS – 7 years ago

Baseball may still be in a state of flux after the fallout from the steroid era, because there are no longer muscle-bound hitters smashing balls over fences as the earth…

Cheating in baseball unacceptable

By ELI J. VARGAS I – 7 years ago

In baseball, there are many ways to cheat, and some are more elaborate than others. There is the classic spitball, in which the pitcher spits on the ball before he…

Instant replay improves MLB accuracy

By ELI J. VARGAS I – 7 years ago

The NBA and NFL have been reaping the benefits of instant replay for years, and the MLB has finally succumbed to the allure of having correct outcomes to games, with…

Only best of MLB merit contracts

By ZACH RIPPE – 7 years ago

The 2014 Major League Baseball season is finally underway. While offseason trades and signings are bound to shake up the standings this year, it seems the size of the contracts…

Replay changes role of umpires

By ELI J. VARGAS I – 7 years ago

While many professional sporting leagues have successfully been using video replay to their advantage for years, the MLB has strangely seemed to be immune to the allure of the boon…

Cuban athletes continue to face restrictions

By ELI J. VARGAS I – 8 years ago

The country of Cuba has historically been a hotspot of great baseball talent, producing baseball players such as Jose Canseco and Rafael Palmeiro, who both hit over 450 home-runs. So,…