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Looking back at MLB Network Radio’s hosts’ preseason predictions

With three weeks remaining in the season, the Kansas City Royals sit atop the American League Central. The Royals, who haven’t been to the postseason since winning the World Series in 1985, may be surprise playoff contenders to some … … Continued

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Prospects who will impact the pennant race

Every September, Major League Baseball expands its active roster from 25 to 40 players. Most of these additional spots are used to give top prospects their first taste of the big leagues. These players can also make an impact on the pennant … Continued

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Mike Matheny is sticking with closer Trevor Rosenthal

Trevor Rosenthal is struggling midway through his first full season as the St. Louis Cardinals closer. The 24-year old righty has allowed four runs in his last 2 1/3 innings. Cardinals manager Mike Matheny told Jim Bowden and Jody McDonald … Continued

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Jim Duquette ends the waiver wire confusion

The Major League Baseball trade deadline passed last week with a flurry of activity, including blockbuster deals involving the Boston Red Sox, Oakland Athletics, Detroit Tigers, Seattle Mariners and Tampa Bay Rays. Even though the deadline may be behind us, … Continued

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MLB Network Radio’s GMs not expecting blockbuster deal

Major League Baseball’s non-waiver trade deadline is Thursday at 4 pm ET. The most prominent deadline rumors surround left-handed aces Jon Lester of the Boston Red Sox and David Price of the Tampa Bay Rays. A week ago, most experts would have said Price … Continued

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MLB Network Radio hosts name their top five prospects

Major League Baseball showcased its prospects this week with the 16th annual SiriusXM All-Star Futures Game. We polled MLB Network Radio’s experts to find the best of the best from Minnesota. Former GMs Jim Bowden and Jim Duquette, Minors and Majors’ … Continued

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Oakland A’s, owners of league’s best record, get respect from players, fans

The Oakland Athletics are (finally) getting the respect they deserve from fans, players and managers around the game. A year after the Bay Area was home to the biggest All-Star snub, third baseman Josh Donaldson, Oakland (55-33) is home to … Continued

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MLB Network Radio hosts slam Manny Machado for bat-throwing incident

In 2013, his first full season in the big leagues, Manny Machado made the All-Star team, and led the league with 51 doubles. His season was ultimately cut short by a gruesome knee injury late in September that caused him to … Continued

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Red Sox Get Angry and Get Even with Rays

When a team loses ten games in a row, it becomes feisty. When a feisty team in the midst of a ten game slide is the defending world champions, it becomes angry. Red Sox catcher David Ross talked about Boston’s … Continued

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Alex Anthopoulos: We’re not actively engaged in any trade talks with anybody

The Toronto Blue Jays have won eight straight games and sit atop the hyper-competitive American League East. Toronto has done it with the major’s winningest pitcher, Mark Buehrle (9-1), and with the help of quality starts from young righty Drew Hutchison and … Continued