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Different Types of Research Papers

In the school of legislation, there are lots of different kinds of study papers to be written. Since law school is quite demanding, each student has to work hard to be able to be successful in their own program.Some of the various... More of this article »
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Yu Darvish Receives Cortisone Shot for Elbow Impingement

Doctors have told the Chicago Cubs that Yu Darvish has a right elbow impingement and inflammation. The Cubs pitcher traveled to Texas for another opinion on his sore triceps muscle, which had flared up during a Thursday bullpen session. Following... More of this article »
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Red Sox and Brandon Phillips Agree to Minor League Deal

The Boston Red Sox are in need of infield depth. To remedy that, the Sox signed Brandon Phillips a 16-year veteran to a minor league contract. Boston’s President of Baseball Operations Dave Dombrowski told the media that Phillips... More of this article »
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Chris Sale Proves He is 2018 AL Cy Young Candidate

On Sunday, Chris Sale produced a gem for the Red Sox at Fenway. The Red Sox lefthander struck out 13 in seven innings throwing 71 strikes out of his 93 pitches to win 5-0. His 100.5 mph fastball struck out Mike Zunino on his last pitch... More of this article »
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Strong Results by Clint Frazier Could Keep Him with Yankees

The New York Yankees may already have a powerful outfield but newcomer Clint Frazier is attempting to find a way to stay with the team. The outfielder, who is 23, was 2-for-4 and scored a run from the leadoff spot in the Yankees Thursday... More of this article »
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Giants Closer Breaks Hand Punching Door Following Poor Outing

On Monday night after blowing a save, Hunter Strickland, the closer for the San Francisco Giants fractured his hand while punching a door. The injury to his right hand will sideline him between six and eight weeks. Giants’ manager... More of this article »
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Evan Longoria Out Six to Eight Weeks With Broken Hand

Third baseman Evan Longoria with the San Francisco Giants has decided on surgery to repair his broken left hand, as he hopes the procedure will speed up his return to the lineup. On Thursday, Longoria broke a bone in his hand when... More of this article »
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Yankees Former Ace Ron Guidry Says Luis Severino Will Break His Records

Ron Guidry, known by many as just “Louisiana Lightning,” said that it will not be long before he steps aside on the franchise records list to make way for Luis Severino, the current ace on the New York Yankees. Former Yankees ace... More of this article »
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Ruptured Biceps Tendon Ends Miguel Cabrera’s Season

Detroit Tigers manager Ron Gardenhire announced following Tuesday’s game that veteran slugger Miguel Cabrera would not return this season after he ruptured the biceps tendon in his left arm. During the third inning, Cabrera swung... More of this article »
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Dodgers Getting Big Unexpected Lift from Three Players

On Sunday, the Los Angeles Dodgers defeated the Atlanta Braves 7-2 and the team was once against helped by three players that were not expected to contribute as much as they have this season. Starting pitcher Ross Stripling in 6 2/3... More of this article »
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What does legal betting mean for the baseball industry?

Since 1992 sports betting has been illegal in the United States. Four states, Nevada, Delaware, Montana, and Oregon were exempt from this restriction. Even out of those four, only Nevada allowed full-scale sports betting. In May 2018... More of this article »
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Dodgers Use Nine Pitchers in Nine-Inning Game

The Los Angeles Dodgers are slowly returning to winning form, but at the same time keep losing their pitchers. The bullpen is already being overworked by Major League Baseball standards and Thursday’s performance may have been their... More of this article »
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Max Scherzer Throws Second Career Immaculate Inning

On Tuesday, the Washington Nationals beat the Tampa Bay Rays 4-2 and Max Scherzer threw his second career immaculate inning, becoming the fifth pitcher to ever throw two. In the top half of the sixth inning, Scherzer faced Johnny Field,... More of this article »
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Phillies Swept and Jake Arrieta Upset

Things are not going well for the Philadelphia Phillies as they have won just two of their last eight games played. After being swept over the weekend by the San Francisco Giants, Phillies veteran pitcher Jake Arrieta became very upset. He... More of this article »
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Back Tightness Ends Clayton Kershaw Return Early

On Thursday, Los Angeles Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw made his first start since coming off the disabled listed and manager Dave Roberts said the lefthander’s back tightened and his pitcher would need an MRI. Roberts said that Kershaw... More of this article »
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Can the Yankees keep things going?

After a shaky start, the New York Yankees have pulled themselves together to become the team to watch this season. Many are now naming them as favorites to win the World Series. Certainly, they’ve played some spectacular games... More of this article »
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Injuries Continue to Plague Mets as Syndergaard Goes on DL

New York Mets pitcher Noah Syndergaard, who started on Opening Day, will be put on the team’s 10-day disabled list on Wednesday due to a strained index finger on his right hand. Syndergaard saw a doctor on Tuesday in New York after... More of this article »
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Tanaka Takes First Round In Battle Between Japanese Stars

When the two finally faced each other again, Masahiro Tanaka had too much for the younger Shohei Ohtani. On Sunday, Tanaka allowed just three hits during six innings and struck out Ohtani twice helping lead the Yankees to a 3-1 win... More of this article »
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Tampa Bay Starting Relievers In Place of Starters

The American League East Tampa Bay Rays have decided to give their bullpen “opener” theory a better test as they will start relievers in each of their three games with the Baltimore Orioles this weekend. Sergio Romo was used twice... More of this article »
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Teen Juan Soto Hits Home Run in First At-Bat

On Monday, Juan Soto made his first start with the Washington Nationals and the outfielder, who is just 19-years-old went yard in his first at-bat versus Robbie Erlin the starting pitcher for the San Diego Padres. Soto’s home run... More of this article »
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Ji-Man Choi Receives Another Chance in Milwaukee

Ji-Man Choi spent just one day earlier this season with the Milwaukee Brewers, but has received another opportunity to show the coaches and front office what he is capable of doing. On Friday, the Brewers announced that Choi was recalled... More of this article »
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Marlins vs Dodgers sets a 10-year record in MGM sportsbooks

The Los Angeles Dodgers has for many weeks been a favorite to many bettors, bookmakers, and analysts having a win total set of 96.5 which is a very high score in baseball terms. Of course, everyone expected the high form in the Dodgers... More of this article »
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Strikeouts Once Again Plaguing Cubs

The Chicago Cubs tendency for striking out has returned. After only striking out twice on Monday at home in a makeup game against the Atlanta Braves, the Cubs returned to their old form as soon as the two teams headed to Atlanta to... More of this article »
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Atlanta Braves: A Mix of Young and Old

The Atlanta Braves have the attention of many in Major League Baseball. The Braves made a quick one and out stop at Wrigley Field on Monday beating the Cubs 6-5. The game had originally been scheduled for April 15 but was rained out. Since... More of this article »
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Major League Baseball is Back and Astros Favored to Repeat

It only seems like last month the Houston Astros won Game 7 of the 2017 World Series to beat the Los Angeles Dodgers and win their first World Series title in franchise history. However, six months have passed since then and the 2018... More of this article »
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Jim Kaat: Baseball Would Be Helped by Shortening Game to Seven Innings

Jim Kaat, who is 79, has been involved with baseball for most of his life and the game today is not entirely to his liking. On Friday, Kaat, who was a southpaw pitcher in Major League Baseball in a career that started in 1959 and last... More of this article »
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Mets Leave Runner Stranded After Batting Out of Order

A potential rally in the first inning was prematurely ended for the New York Mets on Wednesday after it was discovered they had batted out of order due to a discrepancy in the lineup cards. The Mets eventually would lose the game 2-1... More of this article »
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James Paxton Becomes First Canadian to Throw No-Hitter on Home Soil

James Paxton pointed to the tattoo of a maple leaf on his forearm while looking up at more than 20,000 fans in Toronto cheering for him. Paxton on Tuesday night became the first Canadian in Major League Baseball history to toss a no-hitter... More of this article »
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George Springer 6-for-6 in Astros Rout of Athletics

George Springer is the leadoff hitter for the defending World Series champion Houston Astros. He had three attempts of hitting for the cycle on Monday yet failed each time to hit a triple, but settled nonetheless for a spot in the... More of this article »
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Albert Pujols Becomes Fourth Player to Reach 3,000 Hits and 600 Home Runs

Albert Pujols at one time was an unknown draft pick taken in the 13th round while playing at Maple Woods Community College. From playing college ball in Kansas City, Missouri to becoming the 32nd player to reach 3,000 hits and only... More of this article »
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Pep Talk from Boone Seems to Have Helped Giancarlo Stanton

New York Yankees first-year manager Aaron Boone knew his team’s most powerful slugger needed a pep talk. On Tuesday night, after the Yankees rallied to defeat the Houston Astros, Boone became a motivator when he spoke to Giancarlo... More of this article »
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Tommy John Surgery for Dodgers’ Corey Seager

The Los Angeles Dodgers have announced that Corey Seager, their third year shortstop is scheduled to have Tommy John surgery for an ulnar collateral ligament strain of the right arm and would miss the remainder of the 2018 Major League... More of this article »
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Pirates Second Baseman Returns to U.S. to Re-Start Career

South Korean Jung Ho Kang through a prepared statement said he was grateful for receiving a second chance as the infielder returns to the U.S. to rejoin the Pittsburgh Pirates organization. On Friday, in the statement, Kang apologized... More of this article »
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Didi Gregorius Starts Season Hot at the Plate

Although the season started off poorly for the New York Yankees, the team has turned things around and sits four games over .500 at 13-9. The Yankees have won seven out of their last nine and are beginning to appear to be the team... More of this article »
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Andujar, Stanton and Torres Shine in Yankees Rout

The big bats of the New York Yankees enjoyed a breakout night in the Bronx on Monday, headlined with home runs by Didi Gregorius and Giancarlo Stanton and younger faces like Miguel Andujar and Tyler Austin. Homers, like Andujar’s,... More of this article »
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Almora Jr. and Baez Could Become Cubs new One-Two Tandem

On Friday night, the Chicago Cubs throttled the Colorado Rockies 16-5 at Coors Field under conditions fit for a duck. Following five postponements in their schedule in just April due to weather, the Cubs manager Joe Maddon wanted to... More of this article »
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Red Sox Tie Record for Best Start After 17 Games

On Tuesday, the Boston Red Sox arrived on the West Coast to play the red-hot Los Angeles Angels winners of seven straight and proceeded to outscore their hosts 19-1 in an 18-inning stretch. On Tuesday, the Red Sox won 10-1 and on Wednesday... More of this article »
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Bryce Harper Hits 406-Foot Home Run While Breaking His Bat

Bryce Harper showed the world of baseball just how much power he really has. The slugger for the Washington Nationals shattered his bat in two, yet managed to hit the ball over the fence for a home run on Monday. The Nationals beat... More of this article »
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Rick Porcello’s Strong Start Gives Boost to Red Sox

The 2018 Major League Baseball regular season is still very young but Rick Porcello is showing signs of why he was chosen as the Cy Young Award winner in 2016 for the American League, after suffering through a long and difficult 2017... More of this article »
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Two Bench Clearing Incidents Revive Red Sox-Yankees Rivalry

Major League Baseball’s most intense rivalry has bad blood again. On Wednesday night at Fenway Park the benches cleared on two occasions in a game between the Boston Red Sox and visiting New York Yankees, with Tyler Austin the Yankees... More of this article »
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Xander Bogaerts Goes on Red Sox DL

The Boston Red Sox lost their opening game of the season but since have won eight straight to take any early two-game lead in the American League East over the second place Toronto Blue Jays. That lead and the depth of the Red Sox... More of this article »
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Ohtani Goes Deep in Third Straight Game for Angels

On Friday night, Los Angeles Angels rookie and Japanese two-way star Shohei Ohtani hit a home run for the third straight game during his first at-bat versus the Oakland Athletics. The star playing in his first season in Major League... More of this article »
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Charlie Blackmon Agrees to Contract Extension with Colorado Rockies

The Colorado Rockies have decided who will be roaming centerfield for the team for years to come after agreeing to a long term extension on Wednesday. The National League West club agreed to a multiyear extension on Wednesday with... More of this article »
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Cubs Set NL Record for Strikeouts After Five Games With 58

Every team wants to set records, unless those records are for dubious marks. The Chicago Cubs established such a record on Monday when they struck out 11 times during a 1-0 loss to Cincinnati. The winners of the 2016 World Series have... More of this article »
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Joe Panik Becomes First MLB Player to Homer in Consecutive 1-0 Victories

Joe Panik hit a home run off Los Angeles Dodgers’ All-Star closer Kenley Jansen on Friday in the ninth inning, which ended up being the only run in the San Francisco Giants 1-0 victory over the Dodgers. The scene has become a familiar... More of this article »
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Despite High Expectations Judge Feels Little Pressure

Reigning Rookie of the Year in the American League Aaron Judge, will be starting his second full Major League Baseball season today and insists he feels at ease despite the high expectations that surround him. Judge said during a Wednesday... More of this article »
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How Modern Technology Changed the Baseball Bat

It is well-known the fact that baseball bat is one of the most important pieces in this sport’s equipment, whether it’s aluminium baseball bat, foam baseball bat or wooden baseball bat. In order to see its evolution in time, make... More of this article »
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Yankees Make High-Profile Signings, But Payroll is Seventh in MLB

This week the New York Yankees will open the 2018 Major League Baseball regular seasonwith the seventh-highest payroll, which is the lowest they have been since 1992. Topping the major leagues with a payroll of approximately $223 million... More of this article »
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Madison Bumgarner Breaks Bone on Pitching Hand

Madison Bumgarner, the pitching ace of the San Francisco Giants broke the fifth metacarpal on his pitching hand after he was hit with a line drive off the bat of Whit Merrifield during a spring training game in Scottsdale, Arizona... More of this article »
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Alex Cobb and Orioles Agree to Four-Year $60 Million Deal

Veteran Alex Cobb remained in the division he knows best as the former starter with the Tampa Bay Rays has agreed the sign a new 4-year contract with the Baltimore Orioles, announced the American League East team on Wednesday. A report... More of this article »