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Scouting the next Vin Scully: All 30 MLB broadcast teams ranked

David Lengel sets MLBs 30 local telecasts to the test as he takes a tour round baseballs broadcast booths With baseballs lengthy regular season stretching from April to October, its not uncommon for devotees to have the game on every night. Naturally, with 162 competitions, the broadcasters themselves become an enormous the members of the fan experience. The hyper-local prototype which defines Major League Baseball likewise means that most devotees have little mind what other local broadcasts are like outside their baseball froth. Luckily MLB Advanced Media are the owners…

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Baseball in 2016: from Cubs win! to Scully’s sayonara, 10 memorable moments

Another year of baseball is gone, goodbye: David Lengel takes a look back at the best, worst and most controversial times of the 2016 season 1) Amiable losers bid adieu It was Game 7 of the World Series, and baseball biography was busy drawing the Chicago Cubs back into a simmering cauldron of curses. Rajai Davis eighth inning, game-tying home run off the Cubs Aroldis Chapman had shifted Clevelands Progressive Field into a mosh cavity, with slightly fewer title-starved Indians love ripping off their shirts in frenetic celebrations. A montage…

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Angels’ Mike Trout, Cubs’ Kris Bryant win Most Valuable Player awards

Trout identified AL Most Valuable Player for second time in three years as Bryant captivates maiden NL award While the Los Angeles Angels stumbled, Mike Trout soared again. Just very good to ignore. Trout won the AL MVP award Thursday for the second time in three years, and Chicago Cubs third baseman Kris Bryant was voted NL MVP in balloting by the Baseball Writers Association of America. While the Angels finished fourth in the AL West, Trout was his usual brilliant ego. The center fielder batted. 315 with 29 homers,…

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