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A Friday filled with Division Series drama

We are only a few days into the 2014 postseason, but it’s safe to say that when we look back over the offseason Friday’s bonanza of baseball will turn out to be one of the most memorable days from it

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Weekly Hit Ground Ball: Nationals nicely placed

Could this be Washington’s year?

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Weekly Hit Ground Ball: Hate for Harper

A legend or a loser?

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Weekly Hit Ground Ball: Dizzying deadline day

MLB’s trade deadline lived up to the hype

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Weekly Hit Ground Ball: Head-first hurts

There’s no doubt that the all-action head-first slide looks good; it gives the impression of a player going all out to try to be safe regardless of any risk to his body. It’s not a smart way to play the game though

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Offseason so far: NL East

Our review of the offseason so far moves onto the National League

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Rounding the Bases: Deals completed with more on the way

Catching up on the MLB transaction news ahead of the Winter Meetings

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Weekly Hit Ground Ball: Teams on a charge

Teams firmly on course for the playoffs

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Box Office Bryce

Bryce Harper came to the attention of most baseball fans when he was labelled “Baseball’s Chosen One” on the front cover of Sports Illustrated as a 16 year old

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Peralta’s pine tar problem

Davey Johnson helped the umpires catch Joel Peralta with pine tar in his glove, but how will Johnson’s players – and Peralta’s former teammates – view his actions?

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