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  • The Baseball Manager Who Breaks the Mold

    For today’s managers, experience isn’t a prerequisite. Mike Shildt of the St. Louis Cardinals transitioned into his new role having already forged a relationship with the team’s young players.

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  • MLBPA Boosts Ranks With Hire of Bruce Meyer

    The Major League Baseball Players Association hired veteran labor attorney and litigator Bruce Meyer to serve in the newly created role of senior director for collective bargaining and legal.

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  • The Most 2018 Team in Baseball: the A’s

    The Oakland A’s took all of the trends sweeping across baseball, distilled them into their purest forms and combined them to create the most 2018 team in the major leagues.

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  • Get Ready for a Wild National League Finish

    As the calendar turns to baseball’s home stretch, all three divisions in the National League are separated by half a game or less, in what could be a historic pennant race.

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  • Bryce Harper Is Limping Toward Free Agency

    While he’s leading the National League in walks and homers, Bryce Harper is hitting just .216 entering Thursday—the ninth-worst rate in the majors among 159 batting average qualifiers.

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  • The Lost Art of Switch Hitting

    In 1992, switch hitters accounted for nearly 20% of the plate appearances across baseball. The number sits at 13% this season and will almost certainly decline.

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  • Baseball’s Luckiest Team Doesn’t Think It’s Luck

    The Seattle Mariners have already won a ridiculous 26 games that have been decided by one run putting them in position to snap the longest playoff drought in major North American professional sports.

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  • Baseball’s Most Unhittable Reliever

    Josh Hader has emerged as the centerpiece of one of baseball’s best bullpens, putting the Brewers in position to return to the playoffs for the first time since 2011.

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