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National League West

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Zac Gallen

Zac Gallen Accidentally Killed a Bird During Warm-Ups

Zac Gallen Accidentally Killed a Bird During Warm-Ups Something about Arizona Diamondbacks pitchers and birds. Yesterday afternoon, D-backs ace Zac Gallen was getting some work in before Arizona's road matchup…

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Dodgers

2023 Dodgers Day After: LA Drops Series with a 3-2 Loss

2023 Dodgers Day After: LA Drops The Series With a 3-2 Loss A day after Los Angeles came back in dramatic walk-off fashion, the team faltered against the Chicago Cubs…

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Jake Cronenworth

Cronenworth, Padres Agree To 7-Year Extension

Cronenworth, Padres Agree To 7-Year Extension The San Diego Padres have signed do-it-all infielder Jake Cronenworth to a 7-year/$80 million contract extension, sources told Jeff Passan. Passan added that this…

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MVP

2023 MLB Dark Horse MVP Candidates

2023 MLB Dark Horse MVP Candidates We have an exhilarating MLB season coming your way. It's easy to say who will perform well. Familiar names like Paul Goldschmidt, Mookie Betts,…

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Kelly Johnson

MLB’s One-Season Wonders: Kelly Johnson and 2010

MLB's One-Season Wonders: Kelly Johnson and 2010 Back when Kelly Johnson played, he had a reputation as somewhat of a utility journeyman. He was dependable, yet never claimed star status.…

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Mark Reynolds

MLB’s One-Season Wonders: Mark Reynolds and 2009

MLB's One-Season Wonders: Mark Reynolds And 2009 If Mark Reynolds produced in this day what he did 10-plus years ago, he'd be much more respected. He played in an era…

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MLB’s One-Season Wonders: Paul Lo Duca and 2001

MLB's One-Season Wonders: Paul Lo Duca and 2001 With all the offense taking shape in the early 2000s, it's easy to miss the fact that some lesser-known players had some…

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Rich Aurilia

MLB’s One-Season Wonders: Rich Aurilia and 2001

MLB's One-Season Wonders: Rich Aurilia and 2001 Here's another season thrown under the radar due to the sheer audacity of the steroid era. Shortstop Rich Aurilia played for the Giants…

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Mark

MLB’s One-Season Wonders: Mark Loretta and 2004

MLB's One-Season Wonders: Mark Loretta and 2004 The name Mark Loretta may or may not be entirely familiar to baseball fans throughout the 2000s. The infielder was a journeyman, playing…

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