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MLB this Week: 11 Early games

This working week’s pre-midnight starts include a marquee match-up between the Dodgers and Giants on Thursday

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Weekly Hit Ground Ball: Head-first hurts

Hamilton’s ‘hustle’ hurts the Halos

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MLB this Week: 17 early games

The second week of the 2014 MLB regular season provides another 17 day-games during the working week that can be watched live at a convenient time in the U.K

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Weekly Hit Ground Ball: Replay, Braun and Curses

One week into the 2014 regular season and we’ve already had it confirmed that the introduction of replay challenges will make a significant difference to the game

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Early MLB games: Opening Week

As the new season begins, so does our weekly round-up of the games scheduled to begin before midnight U.K. time. As it’s Opening Week, there is a bumper crop of day-games taking place in the States

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MLB 2014: 10 Key Topics

Joy of joys! MLB is back for another season

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MLB.TV Free preview on Friday and Saturday

MLB.com has announced that MLB.TV will be free on Friday and Saturday, making it an excellent opportunity to test out the system if you are considering signing up for the coming season

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Weekly Hit Ground Ball: MLB in Sydney

The two-game series in Sydney between the Arizona Diamondbacks and Los Angeles Dodgers was a good appetiser for what’s to come

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MLB.TV Spring Training, week commencing 17 March

This week’s Spring Training games on MLB.TV include an exhibition match between the Los Angeles Dodgers and an Australian national team

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Weekly Hit Ground Ball: Injury prevention

It makes you wonder if there is a fundamental inevitability at play. Is it simply a biological fact that the structure of a human elbow (and shoulder) doesn’t marry up well with the demands of a repeated high velocity overarm throwing action?

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