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Cy Young 2023
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Blake Snell, Gerrit Cole Win 2023 Cy Young Awards

San Diego Padres pitcher Blake Snell and New York Yankees pitcher Gerrit Cole have won the NL and AL Cy Young, respectively, in the 2023 season. For Snell, it marks the second Cy Young of his career, while Cole notches the his first of his career. Blake Snell enters free agency with a peak year. […]

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Red Sox Legend Tim Wakefield Passes Away at 57

Boston Red Sox Legend Tim Wakefield passed away at the age of 57 after battling brain cancer. Wakefield, known for his dancing knuckleball, pitched for 19 years in the Majors. He finished with a 200–180 record for the Pirates and Red Sox.  The team released a statement: “Wake embodied true goodness; a devoted husband, father, […]

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Gavin Williams is Guardians' No. 1 Prospect
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He’s No. 1! Guardians’ Gavin Williams Is Rated Tops

This is it! The SportRelay.com countdown of the Cleveland Guardians’ top 100 prospects for 2023 has reached No. 1: Gavin Williams. Cleveland’s first-round draft pick two years ago has almost everything anyone could want from an ace. There’s a fastball that hits 100 mph and stays in the upper 90s late into games. Many scouts say […]

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Tigers, Phillies Make Blockbuster Trade

The Detroit Tigers sent All-Star closer Gregory Soto and infielder Kody Clemens to the Philadelphia Phillies for infielder Nick Maton, outfielder Matt Vierling, and catcher Donny Sands in a blockbuster trade. All-Star Closer Moves to Philly Acquiring Soto is the latest move by the Phillies to shore up their bullpen after signing veteran free-agent closer […]

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Fred McGriff Unanimously Elected to Hall of Fame by Contemporary Baseball Era Committee; Belle, Bonds, Clemens, Palmeiro Fall Well Short

Fred McGriff Elected to Hall of Fame First baseman Fred McGriff, the first player in major league history to hit 30-plus home runs with five different teams, is the newest member of the Baseball Hall of Fame. “The Crime Dog,” who smacked 493 home runs in his 19-year career, earned induction on a unanimous vote […]

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