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The Tigers Hang In The AL Central Race

The Tigers Hang In The AL Central Race

The Detroit Tigers are hanging around in an AL Central race that was supposed to belong to the Cleveland Indians. The Tigers have won five in a row, are just 2 ½ games back of

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Notebook Weekend Report

Notebook Weekend Report

We’ve officially entered the summer of the sports calendar. The Rites of Spring, the NHL-NBA playoff run is over. Earlier this week, TheSportsNotebook took a look at some historical fallout of the Washington Capitals’ breakthrough

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Can The Red Sox Keep Pace With Self-Imposed Expectations?

Can The Red Sox Keep Pace With Self-Imposed Expectations?

The Boston Red Sox are solidly on a pace to win 100 games for the first time since 1946, with a .686 win percentage coming into the weekend. Yet earlier this week, as I was

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What The Yankees Need To Win It All

What The Yankees Need To Win It All

It’s been nearly ten years since the New York Yankees last won a World Series and in the baseball culture of the Bronx, that probably has Yankee fans seeing themselves on a par with fan

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Lost Legacies: Joaquin Andjuar Should Have Been The 1982 World Series MVP

Lost Legacies: Joaquin Andjuar Should Have Been The 1982 World Series MVP

When you go through as many past sports seasons and championship events as I have in researching and writing the historical archive of TheSportsNotebook, you find more than your share of questionable awards, whether it’s

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