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All-Cubs infield headlines a stellar NL All-Star lineup

The infield at Wrigley Field has but one thing in common with a clear night sky in the middle of nowhere: It’s full of bright shining stars. Tinker to Evers to Chance, meet Bryant to Russell to Zobrist to Rizzo. The … Continued

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All-Cubs infield headlines a stellar NL All-Star lineup

The infield at Wrigley Field has but one thing in common with a clear night sky in the middle of nowhere: It’s full of bright shining stars. Tinker to Evers to Chance, meet Bryant to Russell to Zobrist to Rizzo. The … Continued

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Fantasy Baseball brain trust: who Brian Cashman, Theo Epstein and Billy Bean think you should draft

SiriusXM Fantasy Sports Radio has taken fantasy baseball players closer to the game over the past few weeks by chatting with Major League Baseball general managers and team presidents about players you will be drafting this season. From Billy Beane to … Continued

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Fantasy Baseball brain trust: who Brian Cashman, Theo Epstein and Billy Bean think you should draft

SiriusXM Fantasy Sports Radio has taken fantasy baseball players closer to the game over the past few weeks by chatting with Major League Baseball general managers and team presidents about players you will be drafting this season. From Billy Beane to … Continued

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2015 NLDS preview: Cardinals vs. Cubs

For the Cubs, 2015 was a year where inexperienced bats hit like seasoned veterans and lifted the team to its first postseason berth in seven seasons. For the Cardinals, it was business as usual, as the team shrugged off injuries and cruised … Continued

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2015 NLDS preview: Cardinals vs. Cubs

For the Cubs, 2015 was a year where inexperienced bats hit like seasoned veterans and lifted the team to its first postseason berth in seven seasons. For the Cardinals, it was business as usual, as the team shrugged off injuries and cruised … Continued

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Adam Schein on the NL divisional races, and who makes the NLCS

As baseball quickly approaches the 100-game mark, the playoff race is beginning to take shape, as it’s becoming clearer which teams are in the hunt, and which ones already have their sights set on next year. In all three divisions … Continued

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Adam Schein on the NL divisional races, and who makes the NLCS

As baseball quickly approaches the 100-game mark, the playoff race is beginning to take shape, as it’s becoming clearer which teams are in the hunt, and which ones already have their sights set on next year. In all three divisions … Continued

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On the road with MLB Network Radio’s Spring Training Tour

MLB Network Radio is on the road again, hitting all 30 clubs in 26 days! SiriusXM’s 24/7 baseball talk channel is on the ground in Arizona and Florida, bringing you a close-up look at your favorite team’s spring training camp. Check out … Continued

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On the road with MLB Network Radio’s Spring Training Tour

MLB Network Radio is on the road again, hitting all 30 clubs in 26 days! SiriusXM’s 24/7 baseball talk channel is on the ground in Arizona and Florida, bringing you a close-up look at your favorite team’s spring training camp. Check out … Continued

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VOTE NOW for the top 5 MLB games of 2014

The 2014 MLB season was full of memorable games, from no-hitters, to Derek Jeter‘s final game in New York, to Game 7 of the World Series. To celebrate a fantastic season of baseball, MLB Network Radio will be airing the … Continued

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VOTE NOW for the top 5 MLB games of 2014

The 2014 MLB season was full of memorable games, from no-hitters, to Derek Jeter‘s final game in New York, to Game 7 of the World Series. To celebrate a fantastic season of baseball, MLB Network Radio will be airing the … Continued

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Jim Edmonds reflects on Jack Buck’s emotional poem following 9/11

For many, Major League Baseball provided the temporary distraction that America needed following the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001. The country needed something to take their minds off of this horrible tragedy, something to help everyone return to some … Continued

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Jim Edmonds reflects on Jack Buck’s emotional poem following 9/11

For many, Major League Baseball provided the temporary distraction that America needed following the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001. The country needed something to take their minds off of this horrible tragedy, something to help everyone return to some … Continued

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Matt Williams on Drew Storen’s return to 9th inning dominance

The date is Oct. 12, 2012. The ballpark is packed to capacity on a chilly night in our nation’s capital as the NL East champion Washington Nationals are just an out away from advancing the the Championship Series for the first time since … Continued

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Matt Williams on Drew Storen’s return to 9th inning dominance

The date is Oct. 12, 2012. The ballpark is packed to capacity on a chilly night in our nation’s capital as the NL East champion Washington Nationals are just an out away from advancing the the Championship Series for the first time since … Continued

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Lance Lynn looks back on his days in the Little League World Series

Every year, the sports world turns its attention to South Williamsport, Penn., for one of the most watched and anticipated baseball tournaments of the year. To those that aren’t familiar with the event, it may come as a surprise that there … Continued

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Lance Lynn looks back on his days in the Little League World Series

Every year, the sports world turns its attention to South Williamsport, Penn., for one of the most watched and anticipated baseball tournaments of the year. To those that aren’t familiar with the event, it may come as a surprise that there … 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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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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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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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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Matt Holliday: Hard to forget PED users’ past transgressions

Everyone deserves a second chance, Matt Holliday told MLB Network Radio Thursday. But when it comes to PED users, it’s not black and white. During an Inside Pitch throwback Thursday segment, a caller noted to Casey Stern and Jim Bowden … Continued

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Matt Holliday: Hard to forget PED users’ past transgressions

Everyone deserves a second chance, Matt Holliday told MLB Network Radio Thursday. But when it comes to PED users, it’s not black and white. During an Inside Pitch throwback Thursday segment, a caller noted to Casey Stern and Jim Bowden … Continued

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St. Louis Cardinals 2014 spring training report from MLB Network Radio

MLB Network Radio‘s Spring Training Tour rolled into Jupiter, Florida, on Wednesday as Jim Duquette and Mike Ferrin visited with the St. Louis Cardinals. St. Louis Cardinals 2014 outlook The goals are always lofty in St. Louis. The 2013 NL Pennant … Continued

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St. Louis Cardinals 2014 spring training report from MLB Network Radio

MLB Network Radio‘s Spring Training Tour rolled into Jupiter, Florida, on Wednesday as Jim Duquette and Mike Ferrin visited with the St. Louis Cardinals. St. Louis Cardinals 2014 outlook The goals are always lofty in St. Louis. The 2013 NL Pennant … Continued

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MLB Network Radio Spring Training Tour recaps

MLB Network Radio visited all 30 teams in March in 20 days. Click on your team’s Spring Training logo for the camp recap and check out the photo wall for pics from throughout the tour! Team Recaps AL East AL Central … Continued

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MLB Network Radio Spring Training Tour recaps

MLB Network Radio visited all 30 teams in March in 20 days. Click on your team’s Spring Training logo for the camp recap and check out the photo wall for pics from throughout the tour! Team Recaps AL East AL Central … Continued

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Adam Wainwright, Evan Longoria preview 2014 MLB season

SiriusXM Fantasy Baseball welcomed two of fantasy baseball’s top players, St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Adam Wainwright and Tampa Bay Rays third baseman Evan Longoria, to the program Monday afternoon. Wainwright, drafted 48th overall in the L.A.B.R. Mixed League Draft – which broadcast live on SiriusXM Fantasy Sports Radio … Continued

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Adam Wainwright, Evan Longoria preview 2014 MLB season

SiriusXM Fantasy Baseball welcomed two of fantasy baseball’s top players, St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Adam Wainwright and Tampa Bay Rays third baseman Evan Longoria, to the program Monday afternoon. Wainwright, drafted 48th overall in the L.A.B.R. Mixed League Draft – which broadcast live on SiriusXM Fantasy Sports Radio … 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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John Lackey, Red Sox win 2013 World Series

The 2013 World Series wrapped up Wednesday night as the Boston Red Sox beat the St. Louis Cardinals, 6-1. MLB Network Radio brought you onto the field and inside the clubhouse at Fenway Park during Boston’s celebration. Before the 2013 Red … Continued

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John Lackey, Red Sox win 2013 World Series

The 2013 World Series wrapped up Wednesday night as the Boston Red Sox beat the St. Louis Cardinals, 6-1. MLB Network Radio brought you onto the field and inside the clubhouse at Fenway Park during Boston’s celebration. Before the 2013 Red … Continued

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Mr. October, The Rocket and Tom Glavine dish on Game 6

On a day when the Boston Red Sox stand on the precipice of their third World Series title in 10 years and their first Series win at home since 1918, MLB Network Radio went to those who know the situation … Continued

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Mr. October, The Rocket and Tom Glavine dish on Game 6

On a day when the Boston Red Sox stand on the precipice of their third World Series title in 10 years and their first Series win at home since 1918, MLB Network Radio went to those who know the situation … 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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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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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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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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Shane Robinson ‘heard crickets’ after pinch-hit home run in NLCS

Shane Robinson had never recorded a postseason hit heading into Tuesday night’s Game 4 against the Los Angeles Dodgers. His career home run total? Five over four seasons in the big leagues. But October doesn’t care about resumes, and as … Continued

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Shane Robinson ‘heard crickets’ after pinch-hit home run in NLCS

Shane Robinson had never recorded a postseason hit heading into Tuesday night’s Game 4 against the Los Angeles Dodgers. His career home run total? Five over four seasons in the big leagues. But October doesn’t care about resumes, and as … Continued

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Are Yasiel Puig’s antics too much?

Since his MLB debut in June, Dodgers rookie outfielder Yasiel Puig has been a spark plug for the Dodgers offense, running into outfield walls, flipping bats and admiring home runs. But some opponents view his actions as unprofessional and immature. … Continued

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Are Yasiel Puig’s antics too much?

Since his MLB debut in June, Dodgers rookie outfielder Yasiel Puig has been a spark plug for the Dodgers offense, running into outfield walls, flipping bats and admiring home runs. But some opponents view his actions as unprofessional and immature. … 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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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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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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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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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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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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Adam Wainwright would give his All-Star spot to Edward Mujica

St. Louis Cardinals starting pitcher Adam Wainwright was named to his second All-Star Game this season. However, Wainwright is scheduled to pitch the Sunday prior to the game, leaving his availability to pitch up in the air. And while he … Continued

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Adam Wainwright would give his All-Star spot to Edward Mujica

St. Louis Cardinals starting pitcher Adam Wainwright was named to his second All-Star Game this season. However, Wainwright is scheduled to pitch the Sunday prior to the game, leaving his availability to pitch up in the air. And while he … Continued

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