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3 teams Cardinals should trade with at the Winter Meetings

At the upcoming MLB Winter Meetings, the St. Louis Cardinals have three teams they can make a blockbuster trade with two help both ball clubs. The MLB Winter Meetings could be a time when the offseason hot stove gets a little warmer. Thus far, action has been moving slowly. Teams like the St. Louis Cardinals are in a position to make some big free agent signings and maybe strike a few trades.
SAINT LOUIS, MO
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Minnesota Twins: Top 3 Catchers to trade for ahead of 2023

Heading into the 2023 season, the Minnesota Twins have one clear need after a brutal end to last season: catcher. Sure, the team could use a lot of help in the bullpen, outfield, and at shortstop, but at each of those positions they have a feasible option to play. The...
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Junior Mylia Perez commits to Stanford for softball

Dougherty Valley junior Mylia Perez committed to Stanford University early this November to play softball beginning fall of 2024. Her talent and grit, combined with her academic strengths, allowed Mylia Perez to receive offers from various Ivy League schools. The youngest of three children, Mylia Perez has always been very...
STANFORD, CA

MLB’s dot com believes Bo Naylor will be the Cleveland Guardians best rookie in 2023

The folks at MLB.com believe that Bo Naylor will be big-league-ready in 2023. The Cleveland Guardians need help at catcher and prospect Bo Naylor is someone everyone is very high on at the moment. The younger brother of current Guardians player Josh Naylor, Bo is someone who can be both an offensive force at the plate and a defensive dynamo behind it. He’s a truly impressive prospect but he’s far from ready.
CLEVELAND, OH
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Brewers reveal 2023 schedule of giveaways

The Brewers 2023 season is still months away, but the team's already making moves – on the field, trading away Hunter Renfroe, as well as off the field with its newly announced schedule of giveaway items for the upcoming home slate. Next year's giveaways – available in most cases...
MILWAUKEE, WI
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MYCHAL THOMPSON WIFE, CHILDREN, WIKI, BASIC NET WORTH, PARENTS, AGE 67, NATIONALITY, ZODIAC SIGN, RELIGION & MORE.

Mychal Thompson is a retired Bahamian-Bahamian / American basketball player. Mychal is an NBA Champion who has a career of 14 years. He has played for the University of Minnesota as a Center, National Basketball Association’s Portland Trail Blazers, San Antonio Spurs, and Los Angeles Lakers as a center and forward. Mychal stands 6 ft 10 inches in NBA and won two NBA championships.
CALIFORNIA STATE
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Blue Jays push back Sunday home start times by half an hour

TORONTO — The Toronto Blue Jays will stick with the same home game start times — with a few exceptions — for the 2023 regular season, the team said Tuesday. Weekday games will begin at 7:07 p.m. Eastern Time, Saturday games will start at 3:07 p.m., and Sunday games will begin at 1:37 p.m., the Blue Jays said in a release.
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Today in Blue Jays History: The Jays Trade for Donaldson

The Jays made a trade for Josh Donaldson. Scott wrote:. If you’re reading this, you most certainly know about the trade that became official a short time ago between the Toronto Blue Jays and Oakland Athletics. Brett Lawrie, Franklin Barreto, Kendall Graveman, and Sean Nolin are heading to the A's, while the Blue Jays receive All-Star third baseman Josh Donaldson in return. The trade is yet another sign that Alex Anthopoulos and company are very serious about going all-in for the next few seasons and have had enough of building up solid farm systems to come up short repeatedly. By trading away three top 12 prospects and the former Canadian third baseman of the future, Anthopoulos has risked his job and a large part of the franchise’s fate on this trade and the Russell Martin signing earlier this month.

How much do MLB mascots get paid?

BEHIND every great baseball team is a mascot cheering them on and getting the crowds energized. To some, being a mascot is a dream job, so we broke down exactly how much they take home at the end of the day. How much do MLB mascots make?. Just like school...
WASHINGTON STATE
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Mike Piazza Net Worth 2022, Age, Height, Weight, Biography, Wiki and Career Details

Birth Place: Norristown, Pennsylvania, U.S. Michael Joseph Piazza is a former American professional baseball catcher who played 16 seasons in Major League Baseball (MLB) from 1992 to 2007. He played most notably for the New York Mets and Los Angeles Dodgers while also having brief stints with the Florida Marlins, San Diego Padres, and Oakland Athletics.
PENNSYLVANIA STATE
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Oakland Athletics Offseason Outlook

The Oakland Athletics, under first year manager Mark Kotsay, finished 2022 with a 60-102 record, good for the second-worst record in the league. Year one of the rebuild was highlighted by Paul Blackburn’s surprise All-Star appearance although his 5.13 and 7.35 ERA in June and July clouded his magnificent start to the season. A frustrating product on the field was amplified by the rumors swirling, once again, of a move to another city.
OAKLAND, CA
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The 16 Worst Free Agent Signings In MLB History Redefined the Word “Foul”

Baseball’s offseason is a time of limitless possibilities, as teams frantically scrabble for star players, often hurling money in every direction as they chase that World Series dragon. Certain teams are usually the “winners” of the free agency period (the Dodgers, Mets, Yankees, Phillies, and Red Sox are known for spraying bills every which way) but even some underrated teams get in on the action occasionally – witness Max Scherzer signing with the New York Mets last year or the Toronto Blue Jays signing George Springer the previous season. Sure, some teams never seem to spend (have the Cleveland Guardians, Oakland Athletics, or Kansas City Royals ever made a big-name signing?), but pretty much everyone else has some kind of record to gauge – and some teams have done way worse than others. We’re talking about the worst MLB free agent signings.
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Sunday Notes: David Forst Looks Back at the Frankie Montas Deadline Deal

Financial implications aside, how the Oakland Athletics fared in the August 1 trade-deadline deal that sent Frankie Montas and Lou Trivino to the New York Yankees in exchange for Cooper Bowman, Luis Medina, JP Sears, and Ken Waldichuk won’t be known for at least a few more years. Two of the players who headed west made their big-league debuts last summer, while the others finished their respective seasons in Double-A and High-A. The extent to which the foursome goes on to thrive — or flop — can’t be predicted with any degree of certainty.
OAKLAND, CA

Boston Red Sox should have Rafael Devers signed by now

The MLB off-season has been slowly progressing forward and the Boston Red Sox are still without a contract extension for All-star third baseman Rafael Devers. With his current contract, Devers is set to hit free agency after the 2023 season. As free agency looms on, it becomes more questionable why Rafael Devers doesn’t have a contract extension.
BOSTON, MA
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