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ESPN’s ‘E60’ Readies Barry Bonds Documentary

ESPN’s “E60” will take a look at baseball great Barry Bonds as he approaches his last year of eligibility on the writers’ ballot for candidates for the Baseball Hall of Fame, a sign that allegations around his use of performance-enhancing drugs have tarnished some parts of his legacy. The ESPN program will present “Bonds” on Nov. 7 at 9:30 p.m. ET, with Jeremy Schaap reporting. Over the course of his 22-season career, Bonds amassed a record 762 career home runs, a record 73 home runs in a single season and eight Gold Gloves. But, he was indicted in 2007 on charges...
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Looking back at some of MLB’s best father-son duos

Baseball has always been a family game, perhaps more than any other sport. That will be on full display during the 2021 World Series when Braves manager Brian Snitker competes against his son, Astros co-hitting coach Troy Snitker. Hopefully it doesn’t make Thanksgiving awkward next month. While the Snitkers won’t...
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Playoff Recap: Fading to the distant past

WAUSAU, WI (EVERYTHING EVERGREENS-93.9FM THE GAME) The Pittsburgh Pirates were once a great team. They were World Series champions in 1960, winning on Bill Mazeroski’s walk-off home run against the Yankees. Roberto Clemente led the team to another title in 1971, as did Willie Stargell in 1979. The Pirates won back-to-back division titles in 1990 and 1991 before losing Barry Bonds to free agency. And all of that seems far, far in the past. The Pirates of today are a mere shadow of themselves. Their heros of the past are dead or have long since retired.
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Oliver Marmol reacts to becoming new Cardinals manager

The St. Louis Cardinals shocked the MLB world when they fired manager Mike Shildt. They then made another bold move by hiring 35-year-old Oliver Marmol to be the next manager. The hiring became official on Monday. The 35-year-old Marmol is now the youngest manager in baseball since Eric Wedge was...
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Charlie Morton Has Emerged As A Top Talent

The Atlanta Braves are four wins away from claiming the 2021 World Series title. The club is working on a magical postseason, and several players are to thank. Charlie Morton is one of them. The righty has made a massive impact for Atlanta in 2021, and he’s still going. It’s...
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Examining new St. Louis Cardinals manager Oli Marmol’s career

The St. Louis Cardinals have a new manager, Oliver Marmol, but what kind of playing experience does he bring to the role?. In a Monday morning press conference, the St. Louis Cardinals revealed that their 10-day search for a new manager to replace the recently fired Mike Shildt landed on his bench coach Oli Marmol.
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Pittsburgh Pirates Prospects 2021 Season Recap: Quinn Priester

Following a strong season at the High-A level in 2021 right-handed pitcher Quinn Priester continues to look like the future ace of the Pittsburgh Pirates. The final first-round draft pick Neal Huntington made as the general manager of the Pittsburgh Pirates was right-handed pitcher Quinn Priester. Huntington and the Pirates selected Priester with the 18th overall pick in the 2019 MLB Draft, a draft in which many viewed Priester as the top prep pitcher.
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Simmons Says - jumping on Braves Bandwagon

Call me a bandwagon jumper. Shower me with all your fair-weather fan critiques. I don’t care – I’m really enjoying watching the Atlanta Braves right now. While I’m not as open about my Braves fandom as I am the Vols or San Antonio Spurs, some of my earliest sports memories are actually going to Atlanta to support the Braves. I remember being at Fulton County Stadium seeing Terry Pendleton hit a home run in the section right beside mine. My uncle, who lives in the Atlanta area, always reminds me that I said he was going to hit a HR right before the at-bat.
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Pittsburgh Pirates Prospects: Do Not Forget About Brennan Malone

Pittsburgh Pirates right-handed pitching prospect Brennan Malone is one of the less talked about but more talented arms in the team’s farm system. One of the deepest parts of the Pittsburgh Pirates farm system is their young pitching. You’ve seen plenty of coverage on guys like Quinn Priester, Roansy Contreras, Miguel Yajure, Tahnaj Thomas, and Carmen Mlodzinski. Plus now with their high school picks from the past 2 drafts including Anthony Solometo, Bubba Chandler, Jared Jones, Owen Kellington, as well as their international signings and prospects acquired in trades, they have a ton of noteworthy pitching prospects.
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Everything you wanted to know about the World Series … but were afraid to ask

What: MLB World Series Game 1 -- Atlanta Braves at Houston Astros. Imagine you’re at an outdoor dinner party (yes, COVID-friendly). It’s October, and the conversation steers towards the World Series. While you are generally culturally literate, you know little about the game of baseball. Here is a small cheat...
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