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Fernando Tatis Jr. makes me question what I thought I knew about steroids

Fernando Tatis Jr. makes me question what I thought about steroids -BENT CORNER

Padres star shortstop Fernando Tatis Jr. tested positive for Clostebol, an anabolic steroid. Major League Baseball suspended him for 80 games. Tatis hasn’t played at the major league level all season. He broke his wrist, and it took a while to heal. The Padres organization expected him to rejoin the team in a few days. That …

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The Baltimore Orioles now have a winning record

The Baltimore Orioles now have a winning record - Bent Corner

The Baltimore Orioles‘ record going into tonight’s matchup against the Tampa Bay Devil Rays is 45-44. Before you break out your calculator, that is a winning percentage of .506. The Orioles now have a winning record. Glory days are here again! From the Baltimore Sun: With their longest winning streak since the 1999 club won …

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Maybe Adley Rutschman is not as good as everyone thought

Rookie catcher Adley Rutschman was called up to the Baltimore Orioles on May 21. His first hit was a triple. It looked like he was going to be a player to reckon with in Major League Baseball for years to come. Since hitting that triple, he’s failed to differentiate himself from an average AAA minor …

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Major League Baseball is back!

Major League Baseball is back! - Bent Corner

Major League Baseball (MLB) owners and players agreed on a new Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA). It means the second longest work stoppage in MLB history is now officially over. If a work stoppage falls in a forest and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound? To be honest, I haven’t …

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New York Mets players are giving fans the thumbs-down gesture

New York Mets players are giving fans the thumbs-down gesture - Bent Corner

When some New York Mets players do something good, they have a new way of celebrating: they give fans a two-handed thumbs down. It’s also known in some circles as the reverse Fonzie. Whatever it’s called, it’s not good. It’s the complete opposite of good, it’s terrible and it needs to stop. The reason they …

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