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MLB Network Radio hosts on their favorite Derek Jeter memories

As Derek Jeter’s final MLB season hits the home stretch, MLB Network Radio’s bullpen of hosts looked back and told their favorite memories of the New York Yankees shortstop. BRAD LIDGE Derek Jeter is playoff baseball, professionalism, poise under pressure, … 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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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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How fast is too fast for high school pitchers to throw?

After trade rumors and Derek Jeter’s final All-Star Game, arguably the biggest topic of discussion this MLB All-Star break has been the increase in elbow injuries for Major League pitchers. This week on MLB Network Radio, Dr. James Andrews gave … Continued

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Pete Rose’s Tour de SiriusXM: What we learned

Pete Rose lived up to his “Charlie Hustle” nickname this week at SiriusXM’s headquarters in New York City, stopping at, among others, three different channels. Here are some of the highlights from Rose’s time on SiriusXM Fantasy Sports Radio, Indie … Continued

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Roy Oswalt: Strict pitch counts contributing to elbow injuries

Little leaguers are throwing too many pitches, too many curve balls, and their arms can’t handle the abuse. That’s why we’re seeing so many elbow injuries and so many pitchers, young and old, undergoing Tommy John surgery. Right? Maybe not. … Continued

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MLB’s future stars shine on MLB Network Radio

MLB Network Radio brought you the game’s stars of tomorrow with extensive coverage from on the field, in the dugout, and in the stands of the 2014 SiriusXM All-Star Futures Game!

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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