Tag "Aaron Judge"

Wild Card Preview – Yankees vs. Athletics

The New York Yankees host the Oakland Athletics at 8PM ET tonight. While the Yankees set the major league record with 267 HRs, the A’s were no slouch clubbing 227. With a bullpen game likely in store from the A’s side, the Yankees throw Luis Severino who couldn’t get out of the first inning last year. This could be a slugfest.

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Aaron Judge – Chip Fracture

Aaron Judge was in the 1st inning of Thursday’s game when he was hit by a pitch.  He was later removed from the game due to continued pain and swelling and underwent additional imaging which revealed a distal ulnar styloid chip fracture which was non-displaced.  That was a mouthful just to type, let alone understand.  What exactly is wrong you ask.

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MLB Midseason Predictions

The All-Star break marks the halfway point of the Major League Baseball season. Here you’ll find the current standings and who I believe will win the major awards and the World Series.

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Gordon: Red Sox Have Slugging Unit Yankees Desire

The Boston Red Sox are always competing with the New York Yankees on the field, but when it comes to personnel, the Red Sox have their rivals beat. When the Yankees traded for the National League’s Most Valuable Player in

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Is J.D. Martinez Enough to Offset Stanton, Judge?

The Boston Red Sox were destined to land J.D. Martinez from the beginning of the offseason. Martinez was the biggest free agent power hitter, hitting 45 home runs in the 2017 season, and the Red Sox had the lowest home run

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Prime Time’s Picks: 2017 MLB End of Season Accolades

With the playoffs right around the corner, the Prime Time Sports Talk Red Sox team casted their picks for some of the games most prestigious awards. ? Analysis/Recap AL MVP: Jose Altuve (6-0) What Altuve has done this season with

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Benintendi or Judge for Rookie of the Year and Into the Future?

Going into the 2017 All-Star break, the clear-cut American League Rookie of the Year front-runner was undoubtedly Aaron Judge. But, will a major drop in the numbers of the New York Yankee’s 6-foot-7 slugger be enough for Andrew Benintendi to

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Red Sox vs. Yankees: The New Age of Baseball’s Greatest Rivalry

The history between the Boston Red Sox and New York Yankees is one that dates back many years and has been through various cycles of declines and resurgences. Since its most recent peak in 2004, the rivalry has become less

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Rollins: Stop the Nonsense, the Amercian League Rookie of the Year Race Isn’t Even Close

Okay, let’s pause for a minute Red Sox Nation. Why am I saying this? Well, after Andrew Benintendi’s two-home run, six-RBI showing Saturday afternoon, apparently the AL Rookie of the Year race, which the 23-year-old was favored to win at

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I Said It 7-9-17: Ball, Bobby, and Bartolo

By Producer Alex I’m back! Anyone? Anyone? Tough crowd…  Lonzo Ball made his summer league debut Friday and went 2-15 from the field. Let’s start calling him Air-Ball and ruin all of his endorsements while there’s still time. It just

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