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Roy Halladay Dead At 40 After Crashing Plane Into Gulf of Mexico

Roy Halladay, former MLB pitcher and 2-time Cy Young Award-winner, died earlier today after his plane crashed into the Gulf of Mexico. Halladay is a sure Hall of Famer, if not a first ballot HOF-er when he is made eligible next year, after winning two Cy Young Awards and making eight All Star games with the Toronto Blue Jays and Philadelphia Phillies. He was 40 years old. Sad, sad shit. Halladay was a staple of the MLB during his 15 year career. One of the most solid and consistent studs on the mound in the history of the Show....

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All I Can Say Is Wow After Watching That Game 5

Wild, wild game. Just when you thought playoff baseball couldn’t get any better, it really fuckin did. Alex Bregman did the honors of ending the game, hitting a walk-off in the 10th, giving the Astros the Game 5 win: The kid @ABREG_1 just DOIN THE DAMN THING. #EarnHistory — Houston Astros (@astros) October 30, 2017 You wanted home runs? You got home runs. Altuve, Correa, Gurriel (managed to not be racist in the process), Springer, and McCann all went yard for the ‘Stros while Bellinger hit a three-run home run in the seventh to make it 11-8 before...

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Record-Breaking Heat To Hit LA For Game 1 Of The World Series

Clayton Kershaw isn’t the only thing thats gonna be bringing the heat for Game 1 of the World Series. With a red flag emergency warning being issued on Monday going into Wednesday, the opening game of the World Series is expected to be the hottest game in World Series history. Temperatures will be expected to reach triple-digits when the Dodgers take on the Houston Astros in LA later today. At least these two teams are used to playing in the heat. I wonder if the record-breaking temperatures are going to impact the taste of the world famous dodger dog...

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Maddon Unleashes Hell On Umps, Baez Unleashes Hell On Baseball In Cubs Game 4 Win

The Cubs grinded out a W on Wednesday night, with Chicago beating the Dodgers 3-2 in an exhilarating and suspense-filled Game 4. Javy Baez hit two home runs in addition to a Willson Contreras solo shot, with Jake Arrieta going 6.2 innings with 9 strikeouts in what is almost certainly his last start at Wrigley Field as a Chicago Cub. Could’ve easily been a heartbreaking, season ending loss for the Cubs. Luckily they got just enough offense in addition to a solid outing by Jake to get the W. I was at the game, and there was definitely an...

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