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Baseball is Broken

Recap of what has been reported in tonight's blockbuster: Dodgers reportedly get OF Mookie Betts, LHP David Price and cash. Red Sox reportedly get OF Alex Verdugo (from Dodgers) and RHP Brusdar Graterol (from Minnesota). Twins reportedly get RHP Kenta Maeda. Per @JeffPassan pic.twitter.com/7xUthhg4xD — MLB (@MLB) February 5, 2020   Even though a Betts trade has been rumoured for

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Lob City to Motor City: A Tale of a Couple of Ninth Seeds

The Clippers and Pistons have agreed on a deal to trade Blake Griffin for Tobias Harris, Avery Bradley, Boban Marjanovic, a first-round and a second-round draft pick, league sources tell ESPN. — Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) January 29, 2018 The Blake Griffin trade kicked off this Trade Deadline season with a bang. While the insiders have been saying that Griffin trade

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Welcome to the Bench: 2016 Maple Leafs Trade Deadline Edition

Brooks Laich Born: 6/23/1983 (32 years old) Wawota, Saskatchewan, Canada Drafted: 6th round (193rd overall) in 2001 by Ottawa Senators Teams: Ottawa Senators (2003-2004), Washington Capitals (2003-2016) Position: Center Height: 6’2″ Weight: 195 lbs Shoots: Left Connor Carrick Born: 4/33/1994 (21 years old) Orland Park, Illinois, USA Drafted: 5th round (137th overall) in 2012 by Washington Capitals Teams: Washington Capitals (2013-2016) Position:

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Welcome to the Bench: Cliff Pennington

Background Born: 6/15/1984 (31 y, 1 m, 25 d) Corpus Christi, Texas, US Drafted: 1st round (21st overall) in 2005 by Oakland Athletics Teams: Oakland Athletics (2008-2012), Arizona Diamondbacks (2013-2015) Toronto Blue Jays (Current) Positions: Shortstop (564 games), Second Base (106 games), Third Base (31 games), Left Field (5 games), DH (1 game) Height: 5’10” Weight: 195 lbs Bat: Both Throw:

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David Price: A Risk Worth Taking

Words alone can’t describe how much I love this move. The Jays have the best offense in the MLB, led by arguably the best Third Baseman, Right Fielder and Shortstop in the game. Yet despite leading the MLB in runs scored with 543 (58 more than the second place Yankees) the Jays find themselves with a mediocre record of 52-51. This leaves them 6 games out

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