Five Things You Missed: World Series, Game 2The Cardinals tied it up in game 2 of the 2013 World Series. Here are five things you missed.
Five Things You Missed: World Series, Game 1Game 1 of the 2013 World Series is in the books. Here are five things you missed from the game.
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Cameron Maybin Improves Production After Setting Career Highs For PadresFor the Padres, Cameron Maybin set a career high in nearly every offensive category, sometimes by fantastic margins.
Paul Goldschmidt Provides Diamondbacks With Raw Power At First BasePaul Goldschmidt’s greatest attribute is his raw power. At 6-foor-3, 245 pounds, he has smacked a combined 73 home runs over his last two professional seasons.
Jhoulys Chacin Getting Chance To Pitch At Front Of Rockies' RotationOverall, it’s clear that the 24-year-old Jhoulys Chacin has potential, but also that he still has some growing to do at the Major League level.
Madison Bumgarner Could Join Cy Young Conversation For GiantsAt 22 years old, Madison Bumgarner's already accomplished an incredible amount in the Majors, but his career is just getting started.
Dodgers' Dee Gordon Could Steal Nickname 'Flash' From His FatherThe son of Tom “Flash” Gordon, a reliever who once held the record for most consecutive games converted, Dee Gordon could earn the same nickname as his father – but not because their games are similar.
Cardinals Counting On Jaime Garcia To Carry Heavier Load In Third SeasonOne of the most recent St. Louis hurlers to make a name for himself is Jaime Garcia, who will be counted on to carry a big load in his third Major League season.
Reds Relying On Jay Bruce's Big Bat Once Again To Bolster OffenseOn the whole, Jay Bruce has accomplished a lot already in his career, but there is still room for him to grow.
Pirates Giving Pedro Alvarez Time To Put It Together And Realize PotentialAt 6-foot-3, 225-pounds, Pedro Alvarez can hit the ball a long way – just as long as he gets the bat on it.