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Yasiel Puig goes nuts celebrating Kike Hernandez’s game-tying hit (VIDEO)

Yasiel Puig was a rollercoaster of emotions in Game 2 of the World Series, and, as usual, was entertaining to watch. Things didn’t go his way in the eighth inning, when he came up just a bit short on a diving catch attempt, with the ball hitting off his glove.

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2017 NBA Lottery Re-Draft: The Future is Now

With time comes perspective, and with perspective wisdom. For us, the lessons we will learn through life’s experiences will make us better equipped to face new ones.

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2017 NBA Lottery Re-Draft: The Future is Now

Cody Allen Already Top Closer in Indians History and it’s not Close

Every year at the end of the season I update Burning River Baseball’s top ten positional lists to reflect the most recent season’s statistics. While there isn’t a whole lot of movement year to year (given that there have been 116 seasons played before this one), the biggest jumper in 2016 may have been a controversial one as Cody Allen moved from #4 to #1 closer in Indians history. His first two games this season show why that move was completely justified

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Cody Allen Already Top Closer in Indians History and it’s not Close

2016 Player Review: Vincent Velazquez

Editor’s Note : This is the 21st  in a series of looks at the men who suited up for the 2016 Philadelphia Phillies.  Colton Murray  was the last player profiled. The early returns on the Ken Giles trade have been mostly fantastic. Giles, who was fantastic in Philadelphia, struggled a bit in Houston.

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2016 Player Review: Vincent Velazquez

2016 Player Review: Vincent Velasquez

Editor’s Note : This is the 21st  in a series of looks at the men who suited up for the 2016 Philadelphia Phillies.  Colton Murray  was the last player profiled. The early returns on the Ken Giles trade have been mostly fantastic. Giles, who was fantastic in Philadelphia, struggled a bit in Houston.

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2016 Player Review: Vincent Velasquez

2016 Player Review: Colton Murray

Editor’s Note : This is the 20th  in a series of looks at the men who suited up for the 2016 Philadelphia Phillies.  Adam Morgan  was the last player profiled. The Phillies drafted Colton Murray in the 13th round of the 2011 Amatuer Player Draft. He is the fifth player from that class to make it to the Major Leagues.

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Klentak: Prospects will join Phils after minor-league playoffs

Phillies general manager Matt Klentak says the team will add reinforcements to the big-league team after the minor-league playoffs conclude.

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Gomez is Phillies closer? No one told him

No one ever told the 11th man in Phillies history to reach 30 saves that he was the closer. It was April 9, and Jeanmar Gomez stretched in the fifth inning with the rest of his bullpen mates. He prepared for a phone call in the middle innings, just as it had come in the first six seasons of his nondescript major-league career, but three other Phillies relievers were summoned before Gomez.

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Thompson says he’s been well-prepared for majors

SAN DIEGO – The moment was just as Jake Thompson had envisioned it, even though he first imagined his major-league debut would come with the Detroit Tigers, then the Texas Rangers, and finally, the Phillies. The 22-year-old righthander was traded two times before he reached the majors, where he will debut Saturday as one of the Phillies’ top pitching prospects.

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Those who know Phillies’ Nola aren’t worried about struggles

As Alan Dunn watched Aaron Nola fail in the majors last month, he thought of a bushy-haired freshman at Louisiana State. Nola faced a ranked Mississippi State team on a Sunday afternoon at Baton Rouge, La., in 2012. It was his first-ever SEC start.

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Those who know Phillies’ Nola aren’t worried about struggles