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Posey Helps Giants to 3-1 Lead Over Cardinals
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — The San Francisco Giants are up three games to one in the National League Championship Series after erasing a 4-1 deficit on Wednesday. Buster Posey had two hits and three RBIs as the Giants downed the St. Louis Cardinals 6-4...
Limiting Collisions is About Money, and it Hurts the Game
Major League Baseball has officially adopted a policy and developed a new rule to severely limit the amount of contact that can be made at home plate between a runner and a catcher. You can read this CBSsports article to get the full scoop on what the rule says, but basically, a runner will not be allowed to lower his shoulder and plow into a catcher...
He's Number One
His San Francisco Giants may be struggling to defend their World Series title, but the reigning National League MVP is enjoying a personal milestone in 2013.
Who’s Baseball’s Best Player {POLL}
We haven't seen this much young talent coupled with players in their respective prime in Major League Baseball in an awfully long time.  Mike Trout and Bryce Harper are in year two.  Miguel Cabrera is still young coming off last year's Triple Crown...
Cabrera, Posey MVPs
After months of pathetic and ridiculous debate, the MLB writers have officially avoided an incredibly embarrassing decision by voting Miguel Cabrera as AL MVP over Mike Trout.
To Win In 2013, The Mets Need To Take Notes From The Giants
As we countdown to Game One of the World Series tonight, I can’t help but notice how much the San Francisco Giants remind me of another NL team: The New York Mets. For anyone still reading, I’m serious, just follow me for a minute. When you look at the Detroit Tigers you see a powerhouse of stars; the best pitcher in the game, a triple crown winner and a larger than life “Prince” of a clean-up hit
MLB Home Plate Collision Rules Shouldn’t Be Changed
A couple of night's ago, San Francisco All-Star catcher Buster Posey suffered a fracture in his lower left leg on a collision at the plate with Florida's Scott Cousins. The All-Star catcher was put on the disabled list with a broken fibula and severely strained ligaments in his left ankle and could miss the rest of the season. There is talk now about rules changes to prevent these types of things