2014 MLB Regular Season

2014 MLB Regular Season

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Over the past weeks, the MLB regular season has brought great action and record-breaking news to all baseball enthusiasts and it seems there is still more to come. On week 15, the 2014 National League and American League All-Star teams will be revealed at the Taco Bell All-Star Selection Show next July 6.

Furthermore, on July 2nd the 2014-15 international signing period begins as some of the best 16-year-old international prospects in the world will have the opportunity to sign with a Major League team between July 2 through June 15, 2015.

“July 2 is our Draft, and every team and scout spends the whole year getting ready to sign what they think is the best international player,” said Fred Guerrero, international director for the Twins. “Some of these kids are going to play in the big leagues in between four and six years.”

So far in the week, we have had lots of action in many cities in the United States. For example; at the Yankees Stadium in the Bronx, New York the Yankees faced off Tampa Bay Rays for a final score of 4 – 3. Unfortunately, for the New Yorkers they have lost 7 of their last 9 contests despite their legitimate effort to bounce back on track.

During the 12th, the Rays managed to come back when Logan Forsythe ripped a two-out go-ahead single to hoist Tampa Bay to its fifth victory.

“I think every team in this division probably feels that they’re somewhat fortunate to be where they are with the records that we have,” Yankees manager Joe Girardi said. “Being 41-40, you wouldn’t usually think that you’re right in the thick of it, but we are.”

The West coast was also the scenario of a great game between the Cincinnati Reds and the San Diego Padres at PETCO Park in San Diego. Here is a quick video on the game´s highlights: http://mlb.mlb.com/news/article/cin/reds-unsuccessful-in-late-challenge-vs-padres?ymd=20140701&content_id=82489872&vkey=news_cin

On Monday night, Cincinnati lost a big challenge on a Padres baserunning play, Everth Cabrera was on first base after drawing a one-out walk from reliever Sam LeCure. Cincinnati manager Bryan Price challenged the safe call, but after it was reviewed they ruled the safe call would stand.

This evening at the AT&T Park in San Francisco the St. Louis Cardinals will meet the San Francisco Giants. Check out this short video on the game predictions: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vz5AxJX_s-E

These are some of the latest betting odds on tonight´s game:

Cincinnati -108 Mike Leake (R)

San Diego -102 Ian Kennedy (R)

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