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MLB DFS 7/23: Top Targets and Values

We are back again for MLB DFS on a Saturday with the August 2 trade deadline steamrolling closer.

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First Half Awards: New York Yankees

The first half of the season has concluded for Aaron Boone’s Bronx Bombers and there’s nothing more satisfying than the best record in baseball. It’s safe to say that the Yankees have been firing on all cylinders. Their 3.08 staff

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MLB Draft Profile: Owen Murphy

The 2021-22 Gatorade Illinois Baseball Player of the Year, Owen Murphy is a legitimate two-way prospect from Riverside-Brookfield High School.

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3 MLB All-Star Snubs and Who They Should’ve Replaced

The 2022 MLB All-Star Game rosters have been announced! Like always, the position player starters were voted in by fans, while the league and player voting picked reserves and pitchers.

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Jarren Duran’s Uncertain Future in Boston

A year ago, Jarren Duran was a can’t miss the prospect.

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MLB DFS 4/30: Quick Picks

Welcome to another Saturday of making some money on MLB DFS! While you watch the final rounds of the 2022 NFL Draft, create some lineups for your DraftKings lineups.

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MLB Offseason Preview: New York Yankees

For the past couple of years, the Yankees have been searching for a World Series title, but somehow never prevail. In the 2021 season, they fell short and were eliminated by the Boston Red Sox in the Wild Card game.

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New York Yankees Season Recap

Prior to the beginning of the season, the Yankees were projected to be one of the best teams in baseball. Similar to the past few years, they were overhyped and fell to the Boston Red Sox in the American League Wild Card Game.

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AL Wild Card Recap: Red Sox Shell Yankees

After taking until the final day of the regular season to set it up, the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox met in the American League Wild Card game last night.

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MLB Postseason Preview: New York Yankees vs. Boston Red Sox

Game 154 in 1949, Bucky Dent in 1978, the Aaron f’n Boone game in 2003, and Game 7 of the 2004 ALCS collapse. Those have been the four other win-or-go-home games between the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox. Now comes the fifth on Tuesday night as the greatest rivalry in all of sports is renewed. It follows both teams winning Game 162 on the final day of the regular season. Both teams finished with the same record, at 92-70. But the Red Sox won the season series, 10-9, which means this will go down at Fenway Park. 

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