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The Hit List: Top 5 2013 MLB postseason storylines

Courtesy: MLB.com

What is the best storyline in the MLB postseason puzzle? The leaves are falling. The colors are changing. The ballparks are filling. It’s October, and with all due respect to Santa Claus and Andy Williams, this is “The Most Wonderful Time of the Year.” And I do not need anymore of a muse than that for the next Hit List: What are More...

by Shawn Paul Wood | Published 10 months ago

A new meaning in Pittsburgh to "Kiss it goodbye!"
By Shawn Paul Wood On Saturday, October 5th, 2013
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Saturday slapstick: Pops and Pirates on the poop deck

Pittsburgh’s New Meaning to “Kiss it goodbye!” For those who missed the high drama and fascinating television that took place at PNC Park, you missed what baseball represents. The Pittsburgh Pirates More...

It's a close call for NL MVP between McCutchen and Goldschmidt. Maybe a dead heat?
By Paul West On Friday, September 27th, 2013
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NL MVP: The case for co-MVP

It’s a close call for NL MVP between McCutchen and Goldschmidt. Maybe a dead heat? There are a lot of candidates being proposed for this year’s NL MVP, most of them deserving of mention in some way. In More...

NL wild card race
By Paul West On Thursday, September 19th, 2013
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NL Wild Card race: five key supporting characters

The NL wild card race will be determined when the Reds and Pirates play six times in each team’s last nine games. (Joe Robbins/Getty Images) As the Major League Baseball season winds down, the Atlanta Braves More...

Clint Hurdle has the Pirates in the thick of the NL Central race.
By R. Lincoln Harris On Monday, September 9th, 2013
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Handicapping the NL Central race

  Clint Hurdle hopes the Pirates’ bubble doesn’t burst down the stretch. (Justin K. Aller/Getty Images) The sad spectacle of watching the two also-rans of the National League Central — the More...

Travis Snider gets high fives.
By Paul West On Wednesday, September 4th, 2013
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How far can the Pittsburgh Pirates go?

  Travis Snider’s home run helped the Pittsburgh Pirates get over the .500 hump for the first time since 1993. In case you missed it, the Pittsburgh Pirates won their 81st game, clinching their first More...


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