Indians get impressive haul for Trevor Bauer

Opinions about Trevor Bauer are all over the place, but most will agree that he’s a very talented pitcher along with being a knucklehead. The Indians faced an interesting dilemma having Bauer under control through next season while staring at a playoff run this season. They couldn’t give him away, so they would have to hold out for serious value in a trade or hold on to him for the stretch run and playoffs this season.

They got the haul they were looking for, led by Franmil Reyes and Yasiel Puig, two sluggers that can transform the Indians lineup for this season.

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Top 5 MLB free agents in 2019

The Major League Baseball offseason is in full-swing. Spring training games will begin on February 21st just weeks after teams report for camp. The 2019 MLB free agent list may not have a long list of notable names as in years past, but it does feature two of the most intimidating hitters in the game. MLB viewers can wager on their favourite teams with online sports betting all year long and never miss a pitch. With weeks to go until the start of spring training 2019, these 5 MLB free agents are the top players still on the market.

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“I don’t believe what I just saw!” – Jack Buck and the greatest call in baseball history

The video above contains the audio for Game 1 of the 1988 World Series between the Los Angeles Dodgers and Oakland A’s. Jack Buck is calling the game, and if you pick up the sound at the 2:44 mark, you’ll hear Buck’s legendary call of Kirk Gibson’s shocking home run.

Here’s a great ESPN documentary about that game:

World Series ratings plummet

The Boston Red Sox dominated the Los Angeles Dodgers to win the World Series 4-1, but the ratings were pretty bad as detailed in this article. For many this is a surprise given the matchup of two iconic franchiese from large markets. This will be a hot topic for debate, but the late start for the games has to be addressed.

Yankee fans are fuming!

The New York Yankees had a great opportunity last night to steal Game 2 from the Cleveland Indians in the ALDS after roughing up potential Cy Young award winner Cory Kluber, but then Joe Girardi made some questionable decisions and the Yankees blew an 8-3 lead in an instant classic.

Needless to say, Yankee fans are fuming and the New York media is piling on:

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