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Why Baseball Is Still The National Pastime

Why Baseball Is Still The National Pastime

I remember being in grade school and anticipating every weekend. Of course, there was no school, but it also meant that I got to watch two Oakland A’s games without being told it was time for bed. The summers were ...

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MLB Hall of Fame: The Holdovers

MLB Hall of Fame: The Holdovers

Last week we at The 3 Point Conversion took a look at the former major league baseball players making their initial appearance on the 2016 baseball Hall of Fame ballot. This week we look at some of the players who ...

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MLB Awards – What Were They Thinking?

MLB Awards – What Were They Thinking?

You can probably tell from the title I’m less than enthused with the postseason awards in Major League Baseball. Some of them were dead on, but a couple – yikes! There was a basic misunderstanding of the definition of “valuable” ...

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First Ballot MLB Hall-of-Famers

First Ballot MLB Hall-of-Famers

    The list of first-time Major League Baseball Hall of Fame-hopefuls was announced last week. There are 15 players who make their initial appearance on the ballot. The median career WAR for players already in the Hall of Fame ...

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Top Five MLB Free Agents

Top Five MLB Free Agents

Now that the Kansas City Royals have defeated the New York Mets in the World Series, the real fun can begin. Teams that did not reach the level of the Mets or Royals can attempt to improve themselves via free ...

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The Windup- Strikeout City

The Windup- Strikeout City

    Not familiar with the city? No problem. New York has many sites and attractions to choose from. Visit the Empire State building or go for a walk in Central Park. Actually, there are many smaller cities inside of ...

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World Series Preview

World Series Preview

The 2015 World Series between the Kansas City Royals of the American League and the New York Mets of the National League feature two teams with contrasting philosophies of play. Which philosophy works best will determine who wins the championship ...

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The Windup – Dream Weaver

The Windup – Dream Weaver

      With the 2002 MLB season coming to an end, the Boston Red Sox seemed to have more questions about their roster than answers. By any other team standards, it would be a great season. They sent six ...

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Can the Dodgers Win the World Series?

Can the Dodgers Win the World Series?

The Los Angeles Dodgers have won their division for the third straight year. This is something the Dodgers, one of the great organizations in baseball’s history, had never done before. The problem for Dodgers fans is that their long-time rival, ...

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Why Donaldson Should Win MVP

Why Donaldson Should Win MVP

    Major League Baseball really wants you to love Mike Trout. They want you to have Trout as your favorite player. He is the new face of baseball. Every year he will be mentioned as being a favorite for ...

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