MLB, Sports

Pete Rose against proposed home plate collision rule change

Three World Series championships. Betting on his own team as a manager. All-time hits leader, with 4,256 in his career. Seventeen-time All Star. A ban from baseball, and ineligibility to be inducted into the Hall of Fame. Pete Rose is … Continued

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Pete Rose against proposed home plate collision rule change

Three World Series championships. Betting on his own team as a manager. All-time hits leader, with 4,256 in his career. Seventeen-time All Star. A ban from baseball, and ineligibility to be inducted into the Hall of Fame. Pete Rose is … Continued

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Curtis Granderson talks Yankees-Mets rivalry

After waiting patiently for GM Sandy Alderson to makeover Omar Minaya’s team the past three years, Mets fans came into the 2013 offseason with high expectations, hoping for the team to make splash. Last week, Alderson rewarded those fans, signing … Continued

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Curtis Granderson talks Yankees-Mets rivalry

After waiting patiently for GM Sandy Alderson to makeover Omar Minaya’s team the past three years, Mets fans came into the 2013 offseason with high expectations, hoping for the team to make splash. Last week, Alderson rewarded those fans, signing … Continued

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Red Sox manager Farrell: We like all six of our starters

According to reports last week, the Boston Red Sox were a possible trade destination for Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Matt Kemp. Boston manager John Farrell disputed the report on MLB Network Radio Monday from baseball’s Winter Meetings. “I’d probably just shoot … Continued

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Red Sox manager Farrell: We like all six of our starters

According to reports last week, the Boston Red Sox were a possible trade destination for Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Matt Kemp. Boston manager John Farrell disputed the report on MLB Network Radio Monday from baseball’s Winter Meetings. “I’d probably just shoot … Continued

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Aroldis Chapman will be Reds closer in 2014, says Bryan Price

New Cincinnati Reds manager Bryan Price won’t move the fire-throwing Aroldis Chapman into the starting rotation, he told MLB Network Radio Monday from the 2013 Winter Meetings. Price, who replaced Dusty Baker as the Reds’ manager after spending four years … Continued

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Aroldis Chapman will be Reds closer in 2014, says Bryan Price

New Cincinnati Reds manager Bryan Price won’t move the fire-throwing Aroldis Chapman into the starting rotation, he told MLB Network Radio Monday from the 2013 Winter Meetings. Price, who replaced Dusty Baker as the Reds’ manager after spending four years … Continued

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Jim Duquette on Robinson Cano signing: ‘These deals rarely work out’

All-Star second baseman Robinson Cano, who signed a 10-year, $240 million deal with the Seattle Mariners last Friday, has been one of the most talked about topics in baseball this offseason. And that comes as little surprise, considering the value … Continued

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Jim Duquette on Robinson Cano signing: ‘These deals rarely work out’

All-Star second baseman Robinson Cano, who signed a 10-year, $240 million deal with the Seattle Mariners last Friday, has been one of the most talked about topics in baseball this offseason. And that comes as little surprise, considering the value … Continued

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Robinson Cano signing: Tim Hudson, Mike Cameron react to mega-deal

The Robinson Cano Era is reportedly over for the New York Yankees, as the five-time All-Star agreed to a 10-year $240-million contract with the Seattle Mariners, according to ESPN.com. Talk of the signing took MLB Network Radio by storm, as analysts … Continued

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Robinson Cano signing: Tim Hudson, Mike Cameron react to mega-deal

The Robinson Cano Era is reportedly over for the New York Yankees, as the five-time All-Star agreed to a 10-year $240-million contract with the Seattle Mariners, according to ESPN.com. Talk of the signing took MLB Network Radio by storm, as analysts … Continued

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Jacoby Ellsbury signing: Reaction and fantasy impact

After seven years and two World Series championships with the Boston Red Sox, center fielder Jacoby Ellsbury has found a new home. Ellsbury agreed to terms on a seven-year, $153 million contract with the New York Yankees Tuesday night. The former … Continued

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Jacoby Ellsbury signing: Reaction and fantasy impact

After seven years and two World Series championships with the Boston Red Sox, center fielder Jacoby Ellsbury has found a new home. Ellsbury agreed to terms on a seven-year, $153 million contract with the New York Yankees Tuesday night. The former … Continued

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10 moments baseball fans were thankful for in 2013

Baseball fans have a lot to be thankful for this Thanksgiving, as the 2013 season was full of memorable moments. Here are the ten that stick out the most: 10. April 5: Chris Davis hits fourth home run In four games … Continued

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10 moments baseball fans were thankful for in 2013

Baseball fans have a lot to be thankful for this Thanksgiving, as the 2013 season was full of memorable moments. Here are the ten that stick out the most: 10. April 5: Chris Davis hits fourth home run In four games … Continued

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MLB Network Radio remembers Michael Weiner

Michael Weiner, the executive director of the Major League Baseball Players Association (MLBPA), died Thursday at the age of 51 following a 15 month battle with brain cancer. Weiner is being remembered around the baseball community as a selfless leader, … Continued

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MLB Network Radio remembers Michael Weiner

Michael Weiner, the executive director of the Major League Baseball Players Association (MLBPA), died Thursday at the age of 51 following a 15 month battle with brain cancer. Weiner is being remembered around the baseball community as a selfless leader, … Continued

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Steve Phillips: Prince Fielder should bounce back in Texas

You don’t get trades much bigger than the one the Detroit Tigers and Texas Rangers pulled off this week, as Prince Fielder was shipped to the Lone Star State in exchange for Ian Kinsler. Former New York Mets general manager … Continued

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Steve Phillips: Prince Fielder should bounce back in Texas

You don’t get trades much bigger than the one the Detroit Tigers and Texas Rangers pulled off this week, as Prince Fielder was shipped to the Lone Star State in exchange for Ian Kinsler. Former New York Mets general manager … Continued

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Joe Torre ‘had no confidence’ growing up in abusive home

It’s hard to imagine somebody as talented and charismatic as former Yankees’ manager Joe Torre lacking confidence, but for a long time in his life, that was the case. Torre opened up about his self-esteem issues during his SiriusXM Town … Continued

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Joe Torre ‘had no confidence’ growing up in abusive home

It’s hard to imagine somebody as talented and charismatic as former Yankees’ manager Joe Torre lacking confidence, but for a long time in his life, that was the case. Torre opened up about his self-esteem issues during his SiriusXM Town … Continued

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The Day the Mariners made Lloyd McClendon cry

After finishing below .500 for the fifth consecutive year, the Seattle Mariners decided to shake things up by naming Detroit Tigers hitting coach Lloyd McClendon as the team’s new skipper on Tuesday. McClendon, who managed the Pirates from 2001 – … Continued

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The Day the Mariners made Lloyd McClendon cry

After finishing below .500 for the fifth consecutive year, the Seattle Mariners decided to shake things up by naming Detroit Tigers hitting coach Lloyd McClendon as the team’s new skipper on Tuesday. McClendon, who managed the Pirates from 2001 – … Continued

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Basketball and Beyond: Coach K’s approach in the locker room

With two NFL head coaches (John Fox in Denver and Gary Kubiak in Houston) facing serious health scares in the last two weeks, Mike Krzyzewski discussed the stress of coaching on this week’s edition of Basketball and Beyond with Coach K. … Continued

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Basketball and Beyond: Coach K’s approach in the locker room

With two NFL head coaches (John Fox in Denver and Gary Kubiak in Houston) facing serious health scares in the last two weeks, Mike Krzyzewski discussed the stress of coaching on this week’s edition of Basketball and Beyond with Coach K. … Continued

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Pete Rose: David Ortiz not yet a Hall of Famer

According to baseball’s all-time hit king, the one big obstacle standing in between David Ortiz and a trip to the Hall of Fame? Hits, naturally. Wednesday on MLB Network Radio, Chris “Mad Dog” Russo asked Pete Rose if Big Papi … Continued

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Pete Rose: David Ortiz not yet a Hall of Famer

According to baseball’s all-time hit king, the one big obstacle standing in between David Ortiz and a trip to the Hall of Fame? Hits, naturally. Wednesday on MLB Network Radio, Chris “Mad Dog” Russo asked Pete Rose if Big Papi … Continued

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Mike Matheny on baseball’s newest trend: Rookie managers

There’s a new trend in Major League Baseball: First-year managers. In Detroit, veteran skipper Jim Leyland has been succeeded by 44-year-old first-time manager Brad Ausmus. The former catcher spent 18 seasons in the big leagues with four different ball clubs, … Continued

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Mike Matheny on baseball’s newest trend: Rookie managers

There’s a new trend in Major League Baseball: First-year managers. In Detroit, veteran skipper Jim Leyland has been succeeded by 44-year-old first-time manager Brad Ausmus. The former catcher spent 18 seasons in the big leagues with four different ball clubs, … Continued

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Curtis Granderson on free agency: ‘I’m open for everything’

Tuesday on MLB Network Radio, outfielder Curtis Granderson spoke with Jim Memolo and Todd Hollandsworth about his options this offseason in free agency. One option already on the table is a one-year, $14 million qualifying offer. Well, it’s definitely something … Continued

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Curtis Granderson on free agency: ‘I’m open for everything’

Tuesday on MLB Network Radio, outfielder Curtis Granderson spoke with Jim Memolo and Todd Hollandsworth about his options this offseason in free agency. One option already on the table is a one-year, $14 million qualifying offer. Well, it’s definitely something … Continued

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Miami Marlins aren’t trading Giancarlo Stanton (so stop asking)

Looking for a right fielder? Don’t look in Miami. Despite a 100-loss, last place finish in 2013, Marlins’ GM Dan Jennings told MLB Network Radio that his team still will not trade 23 year-old Giancarlo Stanton, the centerpiece of a … Continued

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Miami Marlins aren’t trading Giancarlo Stanton (so stop asking)

Looking for a right fielder? Don’t look in Miami. Despite a 100-loss, last place finish in 2013, Marlins’ GM Dan Jennings told MLB Network Radio that his team still will not trade 23 year-old Giancarlo Stanton, the centerpiece of a … Continued

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Red Sox owner John Henry says team, Terry Francona still bitter

It’s been a successful decade for Red Sox owner John Henry, as his team captured its third World Series title over that span by defeating the St. Louis Cardinals on Wednesday. Following the victory, Henry joined Chris Russo on SiriusXM’s … Continued

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Red Sox owner John Henry says team, Terry Francona still bitter

It’s been a successful decade for Red Sox owner John Henry, as his team captured its third World Series title over that span by defeating the St. Louis Cardinals on Wednesday. Following the victory, Henry joined Chris Russo on SiriusXM’s … Continued

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This Week On Demand: Zombies, Metal Screams – Halloween!

Celebrate the scariest week of the year with some frightening tunes, as we bring you special countdowns from Liquid Metal, Ozzy’s Boneyard, and Classic Vinyl. Plus, catch an exclusive compilation of interviews with the cast of AMC’s The Walking Dead, … Continued

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This Week On Demand: Zombies, Metal Screams – Halloween!

Celebrate the scariest week of the year with some frightening tunes, as we bring you special countdowns from Liquid Metal, Ozzy’s Boneyard, and Classic Vinyl. Plus, catch an exclusive compilation of interviews with the cast of AMC’s The Walking Dead, … Continued

College Basketball, MLB, Sports

Basketball and Beyond with Coach K: Season debut

When you’ve already won four national championships, led Team USA to two consecutive gold medals at the Olympics, and become the all time winningest men’s basketball coach, what’s left to do for legendary Duke head men’s basketball coach and Hall … Continued

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Basketball and Beyond with Coach K: Season debut

When you’ve already won four national championships, led Team USA to two consecutive gold medals at the Olympics, and become the all time winningest men’s basketball coach, what’s left to do for legendary Duke head men’s basketball coach and Hall … Continued

MLB, Sports

Mike Matheny upset Jon Lester accusations came from within organization

Prior to his St. Louis Cardinals’ Game 2 win over the Boston Red Sox in the World Series, manager Mike Matheny spoke with MLB Network Radio’s Casey Stern, Jim Bowden and Jim Duquette about the controversy over accusations that Red … Continued

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Mike Matheny upset Jon Lester accusations came from within organization

Prior to his St. Louis Cardinals’ Game 2 win over the Boston Red Sox in the World Series, manager Mike Matheny spoke with MLB Network Radio’s Casey Stern, Jim Bowden and Jim Duquette about the controversy over accusations that Red … Continued

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Joe Torre doesn’t envision becoming MLB commissioner

Joe Torre, MLB commissioner? The former New York Yankees manager and current Executive Vice President for Baseball Operations for Major League Baseball joined Chris Russo on Mad Dog Sports Radio Wednesday to discuss the possibility of his taking over for Bud … Continued

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Joe Torre doesn’t envision becoming MLB commissioner

Joe Torre, MLB commissioner? The former New York Yankees manager and current Executive Vice President for Baseball Operations for Major League Baseball joined Chris Russo on Mad Dog Sports Radio Wednesday to discuss the possibility of his taking over for Bud … Continued

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A three-game World Series?

Wednesday on Bleacher Report Radio, Covino and Rich were joined by Bleacher Report’s national lead writer, Dan Levy, to talk about the World Series. Levy, who recently penned a column suggesting a massive change to the World Series format — a … Continued

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A three-game World Series?

Wednesday on Bleacher Report Radio, Covino and Rich were joined by Bleacher Report’s national lead writer, Dan Levy, to talk about the World Series. Levy, who recently penned a column suggesting a massive change to the World Series format — a … Continued

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Cardinals vs Red Sox: The surprise World Series matchup

The 109th World Series kicks off Wednesday night in Fenway Park between the St. Louis Cardinals and Boston Red Sox. On the surface, this pairing appears to be the most predictable matchup for the Fall Classic. Instead of those underdog … Continued

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Cardinals vs Red Sox: The surprise World Series matchup

The 109th World Series kicks off Wednesday night in Fenway Park between the St. Louis Cardinals and Boston Red Sox. On the surface, this pairing appears to be the most predictable matchup for the Fall Classic. Instead of those underdog … Continued

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MLB Network Radio analysts pick their keys to the World Series

The 2013 World Series kicks off Wednesday night between the St. Louis Cardinals and the Boston Red Sox. What do SiriusXM MLB Network Radio‘s analysts think about the series? Here are some of their keys to the Fall Classic. Todd … Continued

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MLB Network Radio analysts pick their keys to the World Series

The 2013 World Series kicks off Wednesday night between the St. Louis Cardinals and the Boston Red Sox. What do SiriusXM MLB Network Radio‘s analysts think about the series? Here are some of their keys to the Fall Classic. Todd … Continued

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This Week On Demand: The SiriusXM debut of Piolín Radio, Katy Perry and more

This week, SiriusXM welcomes Spanish-language radio’s top host Eddie “Piolín” Sotelo, with the launch of his brand new channel, Piolín Radio! Piolín has won numerous prizes including several NAB Marconi Radio Awards, and was picked as one of the most influential people … Continued

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This Week On Demand: The SiriusXM debut of Piolín Radio, Katy Perry and more

This week, SiriusXM welcomes Spanish-language radio’s top host Eddie “Piolín” Sotelo, with the launch of his brand new channel, Piolín Radio! Piolín has won numerous prizes including several NAB Marconi Radio Awards, and was picked as one of the most influential people … Continued

MLB, Sports

Matheny: Cardinals’ teamwork key to NLDS

The Pittsburgh Pirates offense has relied heavily on third baseman Pedro Alvarez this postseason. In five playoff games, Alvarez has six RBI, including at least one in each game. St. Louis Cardinals manager Mike Matheny joined SiriusXM’s MLB Network Radio and … Continued

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Matheny: Cardinals’ teamwork key to NLDS

The Pittsburgh Pirates offense has relied heavily on third baseman Pedro Alvarez this postseason. In five playoff games, Alvarez has six RBI, including at least one in each game. St. Louis Cardinals manager Mike Matheny joined SiriusXM’s MLB Network Radio and … Continued

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What’s on: No Huddle, Cage the Elephant and No Age

Start your day with a future NFL Hall of Famer. In the afternoon, listen to the Mad Dog for a dose of baseball nostalgia. Hear the hysterical Amy Schumer, the talented John Legend, and an unplugged session with No Age. … Continued

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What’s on: No Huddle, Cage the Elephant and No Age

Start your day with a future NFL Hall of Famer. In the afternoon, listen to the Mad Dog for a dose of baseball nostalgia. Hear the hysterical Amy Schumer, the talented John Legend, and an unplugged session with No Age. … Continued

MLB, Sports

Alex Cobb: Jeremy Hellickson will be ‘lights out’ against Red Sox

Three straight elimination games. Three straight wins. The Tampa Bays Rays just aren’t ready to put the 2013 season to rest. Monday night, Jose Lobaton belted a walk-off home run against arguably the league’s best relief pitcher this season, Koji Uehara, … Continued

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Alex Cobb: Jeremy Hellickson will be ‘lights out’ against Red Sox

Three straight elimination games. Three straight wins. The Tampa Bays Rays just aren’t ready to put the 2013 season to rest. Monday night, Jose Lobaton belted a walk-off home run against arguably the league’s best relief pitcher this season, Koji Uehara, … Continued

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Pirates pitching coach Ray Searage on Francisco Liriano’s turnaround

Last year, starting pitcher Francisco Liriano entered free agency as a struggling starter looking to play his way back into an MLB starting rotation. He went just 3-10 with the Minnesota Twins in 2012, was dealt to the Chicago White … Continued

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Pirates pitching coach Ray Searage on Francisco Liriano’s turnaround

Last year, starting pitcher Francisco Liriano entered free agency as a struggling starter looking to play his way back into an MLB starting rotation. He went just 3-10 with the Minnesota Twins in 2012, was dealt to the Chicago White … Continued

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How far can Miguel Cabrera take the Tigers this postseason?

The rematch of the 2012 American League Division Series between the Detroit Tigers and Oakland Athletics begins Friday night, and all eyes will be on Miguel Cabrera. Last season, Cabrera won the AL MVP and became the first Triple Crown … Continued

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How far can Miguel Cabrera take the Tigers this postseason?

The rematch of the 2012 American League Division Series between the Detroit Tigers and Oakland Athletics begins Friday night, and all eyes will be on Miguel Cabrera. Last season, Cabrera won the AL MVP and became the first Triple Crown … Continued

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Dusty Baker fired by Reds; Marty Brennaman reacts

The MLB Postseason is not even a week old, but already heads are rolling. Dale Sveum is already out as Cubs manager, and now the NL Central purge continues with Dusty Baker done in Cincy. President of Baseball Operations & GM … Continued

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Dusty Baker fired by Reds; Marty Brennaman reacts

The MLB Postseason is not even a week old, but already heads are rolling. Dale Sveum is already out as Cubs manager, and now the NL Central purge continues with Dusty Baker done in Cincy. President of Baseball Operations & GM … Continued

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2013 NLDS previews: Will the Pirates’ run continue?

Postseason baseball continues Thursday night as the two National League best-of-five division series kick off. Jeff Joyce and Mike Stanton of SiriusXM’s MLB Network Radio previewed the keys to each matchup. Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Atlanta Braves Clayton Kershaw anchors … Continued

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2013 NLDS previews: Will the Pirates’ run continue?

Postseason baseball continues Thursday night as the two National League best-of-five division series kick off. Jeff Joyce and Mike Stanton of SiriusXM’s MLB Network Radio previewed the keys to each matchup. Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Atlanta Braves Clayton Kershaw anchors … Continued

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Home-field advantage important to MLB managers

The idea of the “10th man” has long been used to explain home-field advantage in baseball. An entire ballpark of fans cheering for one team while booing the opposition is just one benefit to playing any game, especially in the … Continued

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Home-field advantage important to MLB managers

The idea of the “10th man” has long been used to explain home-field advantage in baseball. An entire ballpark of fans cheering for one team while booing the opposition is just one benefit to playing any game, especially in the … Continued

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Maddon: Wild Card starter Alex Cobb a ‘tremendous competitor’

Tampa Bay Rays righthander Alex Cobb will make his first career postseason start Wednesday night as the Rays take on the Cleveland Indians in the American League Wild Card game. Cobb cemented his spot in the notoriously strong Tampa Bay … Continued

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Maddon: Wild Card starter Alex Cobb a ‘tremendous competitor’

Tampa Bay Rays righthander Alex Cobb will make his first career postseason start Wednesday night as the Rays take on the Cleveland Indians in the American League Wild Card game. Cobb cemented his spot in the notoriously strong Tampa Bay … Continued

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Hunter Pence believes in Giants organization

After winning two of the last three World Series, the San Francisco Giants found themselves outside of the playoff picture in 2013. The defending champs finished 76-86, below-.500 for the first time since 2008 (72-90). Despite their struggles, outfielder Hunter … Continued

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Hunter Pence believes in Giants organization

After winning two of the last three World Series, the San Francisco Giants found themselves outside of the playoff picture in 2013. The defending champs finished 76-86, below-.500 for the first time since 2008 (72-90). Despite their struggles, outfielder Hunter … Continued

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Chris Davis on Orioles: ‘We still have a lot to work on’

Despite Chris Davis’ breakout year, the Baltimore Orioles will not be making back-to-back playoff appearances. The All-Star first-baseman joinedSiriusXM’s MLB Network Radio to discuss his team’s season. “I think it would have been impossible to repeat what we did last year,” Davis … Continued

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Chris Davis on Orioles: ‘We still have a lot to work on’

Despite Chris Davis’ breakout year, the Baltimore Orioles will not be making back-to-back playoff appearances. The All-Star first-baseman joinedSiriusXM’s MLB Network Radio to discuss his team’s season. “I think it would have been impossible to repeat what we did last year,” Davis … Continued

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This Week On Demand: It’s a SiriusXM Town Hallapalooza!

Close out September and kick off October with a slew of huge celebrities sitting down for intimate conversations with select groups of SiriusXM subscribers – it’s SiriusXM’s Town Hall Series, On Demand. Robin Williams Entertainment Weekly Radio Robin Williams answers … Continued

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This Week On Demand: It’s a SiriusXM Town Hallapalooza!

Close out September and kick off October with a slew of huge celebrities sitting down for intimate conversations with select groups of SiriusXM subscribers – it’s SiriusXM’s Town Hall Series, On Demand. Robin Williams Entertainment Weekly Radio Robin Williams answers … Continued

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Mike Trout calls Camden Yards catch his best

Remember this catch? Mike Trout confirmed Thursday on Ripken Baseball with Cal Ripken Jr. and Billy Ripken that it was the best catch of his career. “I just took off a little bit,” Trout said nonchalantly, “went up the fence, … Continued

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Mike Trout calls Camden Yards catch his best

Remember this catch? Mike Trout confirmed Thursday on Ripken Baseball with Cal Ripken Jr. and Billy Ripken that it was the best catch of his career. “I just took off a little bit,” Trout said nonchalantly, “went up the fence, … Continued

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History denied: Michael Wacha loses no-hitter with 2 outs in 9th

The inches we need are everywhere around us. They are in every break of the game. Every minute. Every second. – Al Pacino from Any Given Sunday OK, so Pacino was referring to football. But even in baseball, an inch can make all … Continued

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History denied: Michael Wacha loses no-hitter with 2 outs in 9th

The inches we need are everywhere around us. They are in every break of the game. Every minute. Every second. – Al Pacino from Any Given Sunday OK, so Pacino was referring to football. But even in baseball, an inch can make all … Continued

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Justin Morneau reflects on Pittsburgh Pirates’ return to playoffs

For the first time since 1992, the Pittsburgh Pirates raised the Jolly Roger on an MLB playoff berth Monday night with a win over the Chicago Cubs on a crazy bottom-of-the-9th relay play to home: Following the win, Bucs first … Continued

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Justin Morneau reflects on Pittsburgh Pirates’ return to playoffs

For the first time since 1992, the Pittsburgh Pirates raised the Jolly Roger on an MLB playoff berth Monday night with a win over the Chicago Cubs on a crazy bottom-of-the-9th relay play to home: Following the win, Bucs first … Continued

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Weekend sports talk: Brady Anderson reflects on Chris Davis’ franchise record

Take a look back at the weekend in sports with analysis from SiriusXM’s sports team and interviews with national sports stars. MLB Network Radio caught up with Brady Anderson after Baltimore Orioles first baseman Chris Davis broke Anderson’s single-season franchise … Continued

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Weekend sports talk: Brady Anderson reflects on Chris Davis’ franchise record

Take a look back at the weekend in sports with analysis from SiriusXM’s sports team and interviews with national sports stars. MLB Network Radio caught up with Brady Anderson after Baltimore Orioles first baseman Chris Davis broke Anderson’s single-season franchise … Continued

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Video of ‘best moment’ of Blue Jays’ pitcher’s life goes viral

Toronto Blue Jays pitching prospect Marcus Stroman’s name has been all over the Internet lately … just not in reference to his skills on the mound. Stroman’s name was prevalent because of a video he posted to Instagram last week. In … Continued

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Video of ‘best moment’ of Blue Jays’ pitcher’s life goes viral

Toronto Blue Jays pitching prospect Marcus Stroman’s name has been all over the Internet lately … just not in reference to his skills on the mound. Stroman’s name was prevalent because of a video he posted to Instagram last week. In … Continued

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Sports and music collide: Reds 3B Todd Frazier covers Frankie Lymon

Music and sports have their common intersections: walk-up music, in-game anthems, post-game celebrations, etc. And every once in awhile, when we’re lucky, players will showcase their own musical talent, as was the case Friday on Inside Pitch with Jim Bowden … Continued

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Sports and music collide: Reds 3B Todd Frazier covers Frankie Lymon

Music and sports have their common intersections: walk-up music, in-game anthems, post-game celebrations, etc. And every once in awhile, when we’re lucky, players will showcase their own musical talent, as was the case Friday on Inside Pitch with Jim Bowden … Continued

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Paul Konerko: 2013 ‘the toughest season’ of my career

Chicago White Sox first baseman Paul Konerko spoke with Cal Ripken Jr. and his brother, Billy, Friday, about the 2013 season and his potential retirement on SiriusXM’s MLB Network Radio. The White Sox team captain and six-time All-Star opened up … Continued

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Paul Konerko: 2013 ‘the toughest season’ of my career

Chicago White Sox first baseman Paul Konerko spoke with Cal Ripken Jr. and his brother, Billy, Friday, about the 2013 season and his potential retirement on SiriusXM’s MLB Network Radio. The White Sox team captain and six-time All-Star opened up … Continued

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Adam Schein: ‘It’s Over’ for the Yankees in 2013

With the 2013 MLB regular season winding down and the New York Yankees still trailing in the American League wild card, Adam Schein of SiriusXM’s Mad Dog Sports Radio doesn’t give the Bronx Bombers any hope of making the postseason. “The … Continued

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Adam Schein: ‘It’s Over’ for the Yankees in 2013

With the 2013 MLB regular season winding down and the New York Yankees still trailing in the American League wild card, Adam Schein of SiriusXM’s Mad Dog Sports Radio doesn’t give the Bronx Bombers any hope of making the postseason. “The … Continued

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Cal Ripken Jr. on stealing signs and tipping pitches

When you play the left side of the infield in the major leagues for 21 years, you learn a thing or two about opposing teams stealing signs. So who better to react to the Joe Girardi-Buck Showalter shouting match Monday … Continued

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Cal Ripken Jr. on stealing signs and tipping pitches

When you play the left side of the infield in the major leagues for 21 years, you learn a thing or two about opposing teams stealing signs. So who better to react to the Joe Girardi-Buck Showalter shouting match Monday … Continued

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Weekend sports talk: NASCAR Chase field set

Take a look back at the weekend in sports with analysis from SiriusXM’s sports team and interviews with national sports stars. Carl Edwards won the final NASCAR race prior to the season-ending Chase, the Federated Auto Parts 400 at Richmond. … Continued

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Weekend sports talk: NASCAR Chase field set

Take a look back at the weekend in sports with analysis from SiriusXM’s sports team and interviews with national sports stars. Carl Edwards won the final NASCAR race prior to the season-ending Chase, the Federated Auto Parts 400 at Richmond. … Continued

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Cal Ripken’s iron man record: Looking back 18 years later

Eighteen years ago, on Sept. 6, 1995, Cal Ripken Jr. set what may be the most impressive record in sports, playing in his 2,131st consecutive baseball game. Ripken’s name on the lineup card that day signaled a major moment in … Continued

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Cal Ripken’s iron man record: Looking back 18 years later

Eighteen years ago, on Sept. 6, 1995, Cal Ripken Jr. set what may be the most impressive record in sports, playing in his 2,131st consecutive baseball game. Ripken’s name on the lineup card that day signaled a major moment in … Continued

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Cliff Floyd, the true pioneer of MLB instant replay

Major League Baseball didn’t have instant replay back in the 20th Century, right? Not so fast. Thursday on MLB Network Radio, Cliff Floyd remembered an incident from Opening Day in 1999 involving him, a Marlins cameraman, and former umpire Frank … Continued

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Cliff Floyd, the true pioneer of MLB instant replay

Major League Baseball didn’t have instant replay back in the 20th Century, right? Not so fast. Thursday on MLB Network Radio, Cliff Floyd remembered an incident from Opening Day in 1999 involving him, a Marlins cameraman, and former umpire Frank … Continued

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