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The Worst Trades in MLB History
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April 12, 2020
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Trades are one way that MLB teams can build a roster that can lead to a World Series. There are times when MLB teams think a trade will pay off in the long run. Sometimes for whatever reason, trades just don’t work out. Here’s a look at the worst of those trades.

“Not a Young 30” Robinson Sent to Orioles

Cincinnati Reds owner Bill DeWitt claimed Frank Robinson was “not a young 30” when he decided to trade him to the Baltimore Orioles in 1966. That season at the age of 30, Robinson would win the AL Triple Crown leading the league in batting average (.316), home runs (49), and RBIs (122). Robinson captured the league MVP, led the Orioles to a World Series victory, and was the World Series MVP all in one season.

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St. Louis Cardinals 2020 Preview
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April 7, 2020
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The St. Louis Cardinals won the National League Central Division in 2019 finishing 91-71 before knocking off the Atlanta Braves in the NLDS. After falling to eventual World Series champion Washington in the NLCS, the Cardinals are looking to get right back into the pennant race in 2020.

St. Louis was not particularly busy in the offseason and said goodbye to OF Marcell Ozuna in free agency. Ozuna hit 29 homers and drove in 89 runs for the Cardinals in 2019. Ozuna signed a one-year contract with Atlanta.

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The Impact Of The Astros Cheating Scandal
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February 25, 2020
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By now, most baseball fans, even casual ones, are aware of the biggest Major League Baseball story of the year so far. That is the cheating scandal involving the Houston Astros, specifically during the 2017 season, a year in which they were crowned World Series Champions. Now that teams have reported to their spring training homes, reporters are swarming to get feedback, not just from the Astros but from others teams players and coaches. But before we look forward, let’s look back and recap what actually happened.

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