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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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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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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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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. [gallery type="rectangular" ids="19329,19882,19883,19884,19885,19886"] St. Louis Cardinals 2014 outlook The goals are always lofty in St. Louis. The … 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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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