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Mets Can’t Rally, Fall to Marlins 4-3

The New York Mets continue leaving men on base, struggling to score with bases loaded and falling to the Miami Marlins 4-3 in a rainy game at Citi Field on Friday night. The Mets (5-9) had a chance down 4-1 with the bases loaded and just one out in the eighth, but only plated two …

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What’s Wrong With Andrew Benintendi?

If there’s one player who epitomizes the Red Sox disappointing start to the 2020 season, it’s Andrew Benintendi. Through the first 11 games of the season, Benintendi is hitting just 2-for-29 for a batting average of .069 with 12 strikeouts (good for 2nd on the team behind Rafael Devers) and 0 home runs. Benintendi is currently the Red Sox worst hitter and it’s not even close. In fact, Benintendi isn’t just the worst hitter on the Red Sox. He’s the worst hitter in baseball.

Red Sox Stock Up/Stock Down After Ten Games

After 10 games of the abbreviated 2020 MLB season, it is apparent that the Red Sox as a whole are trending down.  While it was presumed to be a tough season in Beantown after losing Alex Cora, trading Mookie Betts, and losing Chris Sale, most Red Sox fans did not expect things to be so bleak at the 10 game marker.  With a 3-7 record early in a 60 game season, it is tough to believe that this season isn’t already lost, especially with how terrible the pitching staff has been. With that being said, there are still some very exciting players on the team who are worth monitoring.

Update: Yoenis Céspedes Opts Out of 2020 Season

This article has been updated since its initial publishing. New York Mets designated hitter Yoenis Céspedes has opted out of the 2020 season for COVID-19-related reasons, per general manager Brodie Van Wagenen. "He's decided to opt-out of the remainder of the season for COVID related reasons" Brodie Van Wagenen on Yoenis Cespedes pic.twitter.com/04OyXZJ4BM — SNY …

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Best Bet for Red Sox-Yankees 7-31-2020

Last night, the Bronx Bombers won their 18th straight game against the Baltimore Orioles when Aaron Judge blasted a 3-1 fastball off of Cole Sulser after being down 5-6 in the top of the ninth. Judge’s late homer helped the Yankees cover the -1.5 run line which was listed at -167 on DraftKings, according to the action network.com. Now while there is arguably no better feeling than falling asleep after cashing on a ninth inning cover, that was yesterday, and today we’re looking ahead to a highly anticipated series against the Boston Red Sox.

DJ LeMahieu and the Yankees Offense Power Their Way Past the Baltimore Orioles

The New York Yankees were supposed to be playing their home opener against the Philadelphia Phillies on Wednesday night, but because of the Marlins’ coronavirus outbreak and the Phillies possibly having been infected after playing a weekend series against the Marlins, MLB postponed Marlins and Phillies games for the near future. This then allowed the …

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