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MLB Network Radio Dissects Epic Trade Deadline Day

When baseball fans woke up on Thursday morning, they had no idea what kind of day the trade deadline had in store for them. Early speculation made it seem that 2014 would be a repeat of last year’s somewhat slow … Continued

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Schein on Sports: Week in review and a weekend preview (7/28-8/1)

Everything you need to know heading into the weekend in the world of sports. Pop. Sizzle. The Major League Baseball Trade Deadline came and went this week, and after the Oakland A’s made a splash earlier this month when they … 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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Schein on Sports: Week in review and a weekend preview (7/21-7/25)

Everything you need to know heading into the weekend in the world of sports. Pop. Sizzle. The biggest story of the week was Tony Dungy’s take on Michael Sam in the Tampa Tribune. Dungy told longtime writer Ira Kaufman that he wouldn’t … Continued

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Schein on Sports: Week in review and a weekend preview (7/7-7/11)

Everything you need to know heading into the weekend in the world of sports. Pop. Sizzle. The biggest stories of the week were the ongoing developments in NBA free agency, specifically the Summer of ‘Melo and the Summer of LeBron. Going back to … Continued

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Adam Schein goes off on John Lackey: ‘Bag it!’

John Lackey turned some heads with his comments about Nelson Cruz earlier this week. After Cruz torched Lackey for three hits, a homer and a double in the first game of a Saturday doubleheader, the Boston pitcher said the following: I’m … Continued

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MLB Network Radio remembers Don Zimmer

Don Zimmer was a baseball lifer. He signed with the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1949 and played for six franchises in the U.S. When his playing days were over, Zimmer managed the Padres, Red Sox, Rangers and Cubs from the early … 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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Mookie Wilson thinks he would’ve beat Buckner to the bag

When you hear Mookie Wilson or Bill Buckner‘s name, you typically think of one moment in baseball history: But what if Buckner had fielded that ground ball cleanly? Would the Boston Red Sox had gone on to win the game? … Continued

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MLB Network Radio reacts to Michael Pineda’s pine tar suspension

Major League Baseball has spoken: Yankees starting pitcher Michael Pineda was suspended 10 games for using a foreign substance in Wednesday night’s game against the Boston Red Sox. The Yankees righty was ejected in the second inning after Red Sox manager John … Continued