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Daily Archives: February 9, 2014

Sully Baseball Daily Podcast – February 9, 2014

Baseball Hall of Fame

Baseball Hall of Fame

It is The Sunday Request on The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast

Pushing my buttons as only a friend can do, Kenny knows that Tom Yawkey in the Hall of Fame is more offensive than any juicer.

But are performing enhancing drugs even the biggest shame in Baseball history?

I argue they don’t even earn the Bronze medal.

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Sully Baseball Daily Podcast – February 9, 2014

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Bold Predictions For MLB Players/Teams In 2014

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It is time for bold predictions for players in 2014.  I personally think it is going to be the most exciting season ever in the MLB.

My enthusiasm is tempered a little by the high payroll teams starting to flex their muscles around.

When will the MLB wake up and realize they should have a more equal playing field for the teams?

Anyways that is a different blog for another time. Read the rest of this entry

Top 5 HR Hitters In The MLB For 2014

Hunter Stokes (Chief Writer): 

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You may be surprised at who I am going to pick to lead the Majors in tater – trots this upcoming campaign.  The names may not be foreign, yet I am betting on a couple of comebacks.

This is all really a crapshoot with injuries, lineups, whether or not a guy has protection in the lineup.

I also think this will be another season without a 50+ HR mark.  God I would love to be wrong.  Nothing would make me happier than someone approaching 60 RoundTrippers.

While it is a sham that Roger Maris‘s 61 HR year of 1961 has been dwarfed by the ‘PED’ use era, a lot of purists would still look favorably at somebody passing this mark clean for a change.

If a batter does it in the American League, then it would break the former Yankees Slugger’s AL record.

Just falling short of this list will be Pedro Alvarez, Paul Goldschmidt, Ryan Braun and Bryce Harper. I believe those gentlemen may hit in the high 30’s for HRs. Read the rest of this entry

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