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Monthly Archives: November 2010
Once upon a time, RA Dickey was a top prospect. As the 18th overall pick in the 1996 draft, Dickey had a six figure offer from the Texas Rangers before a team doctor noticed his arm in an awkward position … Continue reading
Over the coming weeks we will be rolling out the YCPB Awards, given to what were, as voted by you, the most unpredictable players and moments of the 2010 season. Figured this one should come out the day the actual … Continue reading
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Your 2010 World Series MVP is Edgar Renteria. This needs no further elaboration.