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Evelyn Lozada is Looking Great after Losing 30 Lbs.

Evelyn Lozada has lost 30 pounds in just seven weeks after giving birth to her son — the first for the Basketball Wives star and her fiancé, Major League Baseball player Carl Crawford. “I’m proud of where I’m at so far,” Lozada told ABC News. “My body feels like it’s almost back to normal.” Since the birth of Carl Leo, …

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Braves Stadium Concept Drawings Released

On Wednesday, the Atlanta Braves released 6 concept drawings and renderings of the new stadium in Cobb County that is said to seat more than 41,000. Based on the designs that were released, the new stadium will be much more than just a baseball park. It will also serve as a showpiece for the Atlanta Braves’ own city located northwest …

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New York Yankees Pitcher Ejected For Cheating

Some pitchers will do anything to give themselves an edge over the opposition. Unfortunately, that includes questionable behaviors on the mound. New York Yankees pitcher Michael Pineda had been accused of using a foreign substance, pine tar, to give him an unfair advantage over hitters for the opposition. The Boston Red Sox were not amused when Pineda’s antics cost them …

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Albert Pujols Joins 500 Homerun Club

Put it in the books. Last night, first base slugger Albert Pujols became just the 26th player in Major League Baseball history to smash 500 homeruns. The 34-year-old is the the third-youngest to join the 500 Homerun Club behind Alex Rodriguez and Jimmie Foxx who were both 32. The only problem with the accomplishment was that his wife was not …

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You Can Now Watch Live Major League Baseball Games On Chromecast

MLB.TV has added Chromecast support so paying customers of its Premium service can now stream live out-of-market major league baseball games using Google’s $35 device. Users can download the MLB.com At Bat app from the Google Play Store or Apple App Store. Google opened up developer support for Chromecast in February, paving the way for a plethora of apps to …

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Masahiro Tanaka Dominating MLB Hitters

In the 2013-14 Major League Baseball offseason, the Tohoku Rakuten Golden Eagles, a Japanese major league baseball team, listed pitcher Masahiro Tanaka as an available player to the MLB postings at a fee of $20 million. Shortly following the listing, MLB teams came clamoring to Tanaka, longing to sign the Japanese ace to their team. The early frontrunners were the …

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Jackie Robinson Day Tribute Postponed

Baseball is honoring legendary player Jackie Robinson with Jackie Robinson Day. The baseball pioneer was to be honored at Yankee Stadium before the city’s match against the Chicago Cubs on Tuesday, but rain forced the committee to move the game and ceremony to Wednesday. Robinson is Major League Baseball’s (MLB) first African-American player, successfully breaking the game’s color line when Dodgers …

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Cole Hamels Could Return To MLB Action In Two Weeks

If the Philadelphia Phillies are going to have any chance of competing in the National League East this season, they are going to need a healthy Cole Hamels back in the rotation. The 30-year-old lefty started the season on the disabled list due to biceps tendinitis, but things could be looking up for the ace in terms of recovery time. …

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Madison Bumgarner Earns 50th Career Win

If you’re a fan of the Los Angeles Dodgers, Madison Bumgarner is probably one of your least favorite people right now. On Saturday the San Francisco Giants handed the Dodgers another loss in the series, while Bumgarner garnered (see what I did there) his 50th career win. Working into the seventh inning, Bumgarner had 10 strike outs. Only two runs …

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Don Baylor: Angels Hitting Coach Breaks Right Leg On Opening Day [Video]

Don Baylor, the batting coach of the Los Angeles Angels, suffered a major leg injury as he was catching the game’s ceremonial first pitch on Opening Day in Anaheim on Monday night. Former outfielder Vladimir Guerrero was throwing the ceremonial pitch. He had signed a one-day contract with the team just so he could retire as an Angel. He threw …

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Miguel Cabrera Signs $292 Million Deal with Tigers

First baseman Miguel Cabrera agreed Friday to the richest contract to date in American sports, a $292 million, 10-year deal with the Detroit Tigers. The 30-year-old, two time MVP had two years and $44 million left on his current contract, and was offered an eight-year extension into 2023 at $152.3 million guaranteed. Cabrera’s new contract, which totals $292 million, surpasses …

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$25 Corn Dog: The Most Outrageous Stadium Food?

Today, the Arizona Diamondbacks unveiled their newest culinary creation for the 2014-15 baseball season: The D-Bat Dog. This 18 inch long monster of a corn dog will be stuffed with cheddar cheese, jalapeno, and bacon and will come with a side of fries. All for the friendly price of $25… What was the motivation behind such a decision, you ask? …

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