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MLB Guardian Liberty Voice Power Rankings: Soaring Angels Pressure A’s

MLB Guardian Liberty Voice Power Rankings: Soaring Angels Pressure A’s

The Oakland Athletics enter the All-Star break with MLB’s best record, but the pressure is on the A’s as the soaring Angels have caught the attention of the Guardian Liberty Voice writers, moving the team to second in the baseball power rankings. The two AL West teams have the two best records in baseball, and so […]

Top Ten MLB All-Star Game Moments: MLB 9 Innings

Top Ten MLB All-Star Game Moments: MLB 9 Innings

The MLB All-Star Game was first played in 1933, and since then some of the most historic moments in the sport’s history have occurred during the midsummer classic. One of the most memorable is when Pete Rose barreled over Ray Fosse, virtually ending the Athletics’ catcher’s career. This is not the only one however. Here […]

First MLB All-Star Game Truly a Classic: MLB 9 Innings

First MLB All-Star Game Truly a Classic: MLB 9 Innings

A lot of people look at the 1992 “Dream Team” that went to the Summer Olympic Games in basketball, and think that they are the greatest collection of talent ever comprised on a single playing surface. There is some valid points to that, in that the team had Michael Jordan, Larry Bird, Magic Johnson, Clyde […]

Wichita Wingnuts Justin Klipp True Model of Perseverance: Wingnuts Wire

Wichita Wingnuts Justin Klipp True Model of Perseverance: Wingnuts Wire

As the Major League Baseball season enters its midsummer break to play the All-Star game, one team is just beginning to heat up under the intense Kansas sun. The Wingnuts, a member of the Southern Division in the American Association (AA), are riding a nine-game winning streak, and are currently 38-17, 7.5 games ahead of […]

Chicago Cubs Land 3 on All-Star Team – Sort of: Ivy Line

Chicago Cubs Land 3 on All-Star Team – Sort of: Ivy Line

The Chicago Cubs may have one of the worst records in baseball, but they land three on the 2014 MLB All-Star team…sort of. Two players from the team were actually chosen by NL Manager Mike Matheny, but one was traded to an American League team later that day, making him ineligible. The other was chosen […]

Milwaukee Brewers Send 3 Starters 1 Reserve to All-Star Game: Brewers Beat

Milwaukee Brewers Send 3 Starters 1 Reserve to All-Star Game: Brewers Beat

With the injury to St. Louis Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina, the Milwaukee Brewers now find themselves with three starters in the All-Star Game Tuesday night, and one additional reserve will be sent their as well. It is a real coup for a team that many baseball analysts predicted would finish in last place prior to […]

Fans Make Chase Utley Only Philadelphia Phillies All-Star: Phily-Philes

Fans Make Chase Utley Only Philadelphia Phillies All-Star: Phily-Philes

It did not seem like it was so long ago that the Phillies had five or six players on the All-Star team each year. Roy Halladay, Cole Hamels and Cliff Lee seemed like perennial members on the pitching staff. Chase Utley, Jimmy Rollins and Ryan Howard were frequently added as position players, and even some […]

Atlanta Braves Send Trio to the All-Star Game: Bravos Beat

Atlanta Braves Send Trio to the All-Star Game: Bravos Beat

The Braves are right in the thick of things to win the NL East Division, and there have been a few key players who have played a huge role in making this happen. As a result, the Atlanta Braves will send a trio of players from their team to the All-Star Game in Minneapolis Tuesday […]

Giancarlo Stanton Lone Miami Marlins Player All-Star: Marlins Matters

Giancarlo Stanton Lone Miami Marlins Player All-Star: Marlins Matters

With the loss of pitching ace Jose Fernandez a month into the season, one of the key contributors to the South Florida baseball franchise was lost, creating a severe vacuum. While many Miami Marlins players have performed above expectations, none has had a bigger role than that of Giancarlo Stanton, and this is why he […]

Surprisingly Washington Nationals Land Just One All-Star: Nationals Nation

Surprisingly Washington Nationals Land Just One All-Star: Nationals Nation

The Washington Nationals may be a team that is just a half game out of first place in the NL East and seven games over .500, but that is not earning them much respect in the All-Star Game, as they land just one player on the squad. For a team with such big names as […]

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